His Hideous Heart

His Hideous Heart

Thirteen of YA?s most celebrated names reimagine Edgar Allan Poe?s most surprising, unsettling, and popular tales for a new generation. Edgar Allan Poe may be a hundred and fifty years beyond this world, but the themes of his beloved works have much in common with modern young adult fiction. Whether the stories are familiar to readers or discovered for the first time, readers will revel/>Edgar/>...

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Title:His Hideous Heart
Author:Dahlia Adler
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:His Hideous Heart: 13 of Edgar Allan Poe's Most Unsettling Tales Reimagined
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:480 pages pages

His Hideous Heart Reviews

  • amanda
    Aug 25, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

  • Melanie
    May 08, 2018

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

  • Liza Wiemer
    Sep 29, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

    * I have a story in this collection * And I love it so. Each retelling transforms the way I look at the original, and makes me think. ...

    When an idea you came up with becomes an actual novel!!!! ...

    ITS OCTOBER AND I'M HERE TO READ SOME POE RETELLINGS!! I LOVED reading this anthology because it was so diverse. I kept freaking out everytime a f/f pairing happened because I didn't know that this book was going to feed me so well. I also loved that this book featured marginalized cha...

    1.5 (FULL DISCLAIMER: I AM an edgar allen poe stan) Oof! i hated it! There are exactly two good things in this book, Kendare Blake and Edgar Allen Poe. Thank god this shitty book includes all his original works, because I need to cleanse my pallet after gargling this shit storm for ...

    Perfect Halloween read Just in time for the season of frights, His Hideous Heart takes familiar Edgar Allan Poe stories and reimagines them across a wide spectrum of genres, sexualities, genders, and ethnicities. My personal faves include Emily Lloyd-Jones's exciting retelling of "T...

    *CALLING ALL EDGAR ALLAN POE FANS* Disclaimer, I had never read any of EAP's works before reading this book. Which if I am being honest made it even more appealing since it had both the original tales and the re-imagined versions. Horror, dark, or creepy stories are not my favorite bu...

    Edgar Allen Poe retellings? The concept alone had me hooked. I already wanted to revisit some of his work this season, and this was a great twist on reading the stories alone. In each case I read the original first, and then went back to the first half of the book and read its correspo...

    The 13 young adult shorts in this collection -- inspired by specific works of Edgar Allan Poe -- run the gamut from straight horror to science fiction to fantasy. Bonus: the anthology even includes the original works so you can compare and contrast Poe's source material with the retell...

    This anthology is ADDICTIVE, incredible stories-dark, creepy, powerful, chilling in the best way! High praise from someone who never, NEVER reads horror or scary stories. An absolute MUST READ! Brilliant. Perfect companion book for HS teachers teaching Edgar Allen Poe! ...

  • ♠️ TABI ♠️
    Mar 12, 2018

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

  • TL
    Oct 17, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

  • Dahlia
    Mar 01, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

  • Ariana
    Aug 18, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

  • Fran
    Mar 21, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

    * I have a story in this collection * And I love it so. Each retelling transforms the way I look at the original, and makes me think. ...

  • Lauren Stoolfire
    Sep 05, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

  • Ashley Owens
    Sep 12, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

  • Harker
    Aug 24, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

  • Cassie-la
    Oct 31, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

    * I have a story in this collection * And I love it so. Each retelling transforms the way I look at the original, and makes me think. ...

    When an idea you came up with becomes an actual novel!!!! ...

    ITS OCTOBER AND I'M HERE TO READ SOME POE RETELLINGS!! I LOVED reading this anthology because it was so diverse. I kept freaking out everytime a f/f pairing happened because I didn't know that this book was going to feed me so well. I also loved that this book featured marginalized cha...

    1.5 (FULL DISCLAIMER: I AM an edgar allen poe stan) Oof! i hated it! There are exactly two good things in this book, Kendare Blake and Edgar Allen Poe. Thank god this shitty book includes all his original works, because I need to cleanse my pallet after gargling this shit storm for ...

    Perfect Halloween read Just in time for the season of frights, His Hideous Heart takes familiar Edgar Allan Poe stories and reimagines them across a wide spectrum of genres, sexualities, genders, and ethnicities. My personal faves include Emily Lloyd-Jones's exciting retelling of "T...

    *CALLING ALL EDGAR ALLAN POE FANS* Disclaimer, I had never read any of EAP's works before reading this book. Which if I am being honest made it even more appealing since it had both the original tales and the re-imagined versions. Horror, dark, or creepy stories are not my favorite bu...

    Edgar Allen Poe retellings? The concept alone had me hooked. I already wanted to revisit some of his work this season, and this was a great twist on reading the stories alone. In each case I read the original first, and then went back to the first half of the book and read its correspo...

    The 13 young adult shorts in this collection -- inspired by specific works of Edgar Allan Poe -- run the gamut from straight horror to science fiction to fantasy. Bonus: the anthology even includes the original works so you can compare and contrast Poe's source material with the retell...

  • USOM
    Aug 18, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

  • Jaclyn
    Mar 12, 2018

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

    * I have a story in this collection * And I love it so. Each retelling transforms the way I look at the original, and makes me think. ...

    When an idea you came up with becomes an actual novel!!!! ...

  • Caidyn (SEMI-HIATUS; BW Reviews; he/him/his)
    Aug 22, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

  • Raegan
    Oct 23, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

    * I have a story in this collection * And I love it so. Each retelling transforms the way I look at the original, and makes me think. ...

    When an idea you came up with becomes an actual novel!!!! ...

    ITS OCTOBER AND I'M HERE TO READ SOME POE RETELLINGS!! I LOVED reading this anthology because it was so diverse. I kept freaking out everytime a f/f pairing happened because I didn't know that this book was going to feed me so well. I also loved that this book featured marginalized cha...

    1.5 (FULL DISCLAIMER: I AM an edgar allen poe stan) Oof! i hated it! There are exactly two good things in this book, Kendare Blake and Edgar Allen Poe. Thank god this shitty book includes all his original works, because I need to cleanse my pallet after gargling this shit storm for ...

    Perfect Halloween read Just in time for the season of frights, His Hideous Heart takes familiar Edgar Allan Poe stories and reimagines them across a wide spectrum of genres, sexualities, genders, and ethnicities. My personal faves include Emily Lloyd-Jones's exciting retelling of "T...

    *CALLING ALL EDGAR ALLAN POE FANS* Disclaimer, I had never read any of EAP's works before reading this book. Which if I am being honest made it even more appealing since it had both the original tales and the re-imagined versions. Horror, dark, or creepy stories are not my favorite bu...

  • destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]
    Mar 22, 2018

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

  • Emily Lloyd-Jones
    Mar 12, 2018

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

  • Emily (moonlight&moths)
    Oct 03, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

    * I have a story in this collection * And I love it so. Each retelling transforms the way I look at the original, and makes me think. ...

    When an idea you came up with becomes an actual novel!!!! ...

    ITS OCTOBER AND I'M HERE TO READ SOME POE RETELLINGS!! I LOVED reading this anthology because it was so diverse. I kept freaking out everytime a f/f pairing happened because I didn't know that this book was going to feed me so well. I also loved that this book featured marginalized cha...

  • James
    Oct 18, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

    * I have a story in this collection * And I love it so. Each retelling transforms the way I look at the original, and makes me think. ...

    When an idea you came up with becomes an actual novel!!!! ...

    ITS OCTOBER AND I'M HERE TO READ SOME POE RETELLINGS!! I LOVED reading this anthology because it was so diverse. I kept freaking out everytime a f/f pairing happened because I didn't know that this book was going to feed me so well. I also loved that this book featured marginalized cha...

    1.5 (FULL DISCLAIMER: I AM an edgar allen poe stan) Oof! i hated it! There are exactly two good things in this book, Kendare Blake and Edgar Allen Poe. Thank god this shitty book includes all his original works, because I need to cleanse my pallet after gargling this shit storm for ...

    Perfect Halloween read Just in time for the season of frights, His Hideous Heart takes familiar Edgar Allan Poe stories and reimagines them across a wide spectrum of genres, sexualities, genders, and ethnicities. My personal faves include Emily Lloyd-Jones's exciting retelling of "T...

    *CALLING ALL EDGAR ALLAN POE FANS* Disclaimer, I had never read any of EAP's works before reading this book. Which if I am being honest made it even more appealing since it had both the original tales and the re-imagined versions. Horror, dark, or creepy stories are not my favorite bu...

    Edgar Allen Poe retellings? The concept alone had me hooked. I already wanted to revisit some of his work this season, and this was a great twist on reading the stories alone. In each case I read the original first, and then went back to the first half of the book and read its correspo...

  • Sara Jovanovic
    Oct 07, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

  • Julia Ember
    Oct 17, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

  • Chasia Lloyd
    Oct 03, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

    * I have a story in this collection * And I love it so. Each retelling transforms the way I look at the original, and makes me think. ...

    When an idea you came up with becomes an actual novel!!!! ...

    ITS OCTOBER AND I'M HERE TO READ SOME POE RETELLINGS!! I LOVED reading this anthology because it was so diverse. I kept freaking out everytime a f/f pairing happened because I didn't know that this book was going to feed me so well. I also loved that this book featured marginalized cha...

    1.5 (FULL DISCLAIMER: I AM an edgar allen poe stan) Oof! i hated it! There are exactly two good things in this book, Kendare Blake and Edgar Allen Poe. Thank god this shitty book includes all his original works, because I need to cleanse my pallet after gargling this shit storm for ...

    Perfect Halloween read Just in time for the season of frights, His Hideous Heart takes familiar Edgar Allan Poe stories and reimagines them across a wide spectrum of genres, sexualities, genders, and ethnicities. My personal faves include Emily Lloyd-Jones's exciting retelling of "T...

  • Jess ✩
    Oct 20, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    Apr 09, 2018

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

  • Catherine
    Oct 18, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

  • Leah Hall
    Oct 17, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* ?Once upon a midnight dreary, I received a review query, About this very quaint and curious volume of Poe?s retold lore?? First off, I have...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler is an anthology of thirteen classic Edgar Allan Poe tales as reimagined by top YA authors. Needless to say, Edgar Allan Poe is one of my all time favorites so I had incredibly...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Content Warnings: Animal death, fire, ableist comments, blood, death (cancer), abuse of a child/teenager Representation: Rep:F/F (Night-Tide), disabled MC (Changeling), MOC/WOC MCs (The Oval Portrait), Portuguese LI (Lygia), trans girl MC & French-Fili...

    I?m part of this book?s blog tour. Check out my blog for full review. Anthologies are fun. Oftentimes they are a miss, some stories lacking the power of the others. Rarely do I find myself completely obsessed with a book of short stories. And retellings? They?re hard to do. Th...

    The publisher of this book reached out to me and asked if I would provide an honest review in exchange for an electronic copy. All thoughts & opinions are my own. His Hideous Heart is a short story collection of re-imaginings of Edgar Allen Poe (hereafter referred to as EAP) sho...

    When I heard this anthology was announced, it's simple to say I was beyond excited. I love Poe and his works so I was eagerly awaiting for this to be released. It features 13 pieces of writing, all of them reimaginings of Poe's famous short stories and poems by beloved YA authors. I wa...

    Some stories I liked. Most I didn't. I gave about half these stories two stars and I just... so disappointing. ...

    Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, I must wait to read this . . . Uhm, a collection of retellings all based on Poe's writing by a lot of my favorite authors???? And now, of course, ...

    * I have a story in this collection * And I love it so. Each retelling transforms the way I look at the original, and makes me think. ...

    When an idea you came up with becomes an actual novel!!!! ...

    ITS OCTOBER AND I'M HERE TO READ SOME POE RETELLINGS!! I LOVED reading this anthology because it was so diverse. I kept freaking out everytime a f/f pairing happened because I didn't know that this book was going to feed me so well. I also loved that this book featured marginalized cha...

    1.5 (FULL DISCLAIMER: I AM an edgar allen poe stan) Oof! i hated it! There are exactly two good things in this book, Kendare Blake and Edgar Allen Poe. Thank god this shitty book includes all his original works, because I need to cleanse my pallet after gargling this shit storm for ...

  • Tucker
    Sep 12, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

  • Amy Imogene Reads
    Jul 11, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

  • Nursebookie
    Sep 10, 2019

    Dark, delicious, diverse, feminist, eerie, memorable, and twisted?welcome to the new generation of Edgar Allan Poe. It?s a lot of fun in here. In His Hideous Heart, editor Dahlia Adler has compiled a truly impressive shortlist of some of Poe?s most famous tales, reimagined for...

    Oh... my god... EAP retellings?! Do you guys even know how much I love Edgar Allan Poe?! *screaming intensifies* ...

    You had me at Rin Chupeco and Kendare Blake reimagining Edgar Allan Poe, but then I read the rest of the contributors and almost fainted. This is going to be the best anthology ever. What a blessing. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    hope someone retells the Cask of Amontillado and brings back the meme ...

    I'm so excited at how soon this book will be out in the world, and thank you to everyone who's looking forward to it! It is, of course, on the horror side, so, CWs below in the spoiler tags, but, uh, assume a lot of death/murder/revenge; I'm not gonna put those tags in because it's bas...

    [Image TK] Many thanks to Macmillan Audio for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review DNF. well, that got old fast ------------ reasons why i will definitely love this book: 1. horror 2. edgar allen poe 3. a fully casted audiobook (WHAT) | Goodreads | Blog |...

    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I also won this in a Goodreads giveaway, so thanks to Flatiron for this! 3.8/5 I heard about this book ages ago and immediately needed it. I just didn't expect to 1) get approved through Netgalley and 2) win a ...

    I am so excited to be part of this anthology! (And hopefully I will resist the urge to make Poe-themed puns.) ...

    No rating for now.. wasn't in the mood to read Poe's stories so will put up a full review when I get to them:). See my status updates for my ratings (DNFed the last story). I enjoyed the stories for the most part but only a handful stuck out for me, with only one that annoyed me and...

    Edgar Allan Poe being one of my favorite authors, I couldn't not get this book. Although I'm always wary when it comes to retellings of one of my favorite book or of stories of one of my favorites authors, I still really wanted to read that one. While I haven't been absolutely enchante...

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) I couldn't imagine a book that was more on brand for me. Edgar Allen Poe re-tellings, edited by a fantastic human, full of some of my favorite and most anticipated a...

    Really great spooky collection. Of all the stories, Emily Lloyd-Jones's A Drop of Stolen Ink was probably my favorite -- a futuristic crime queer take on The Purloined Letter. ...

    "His Hideous Heart" Edited by Dahlia Adler is a collection of 13 short stories that are retold and inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. The overall themes include Love and Loss, Grief and Death, Rivalry and Revenge. Edgar Allan Poe's works continue to inspire Young Adults and every reader to t...