Queen of No Tomorrows

Queen of No Tomorrows

Part supernatural horror, part crime noir, and set in eighties Los Angeles. Librarian con artist Cait MacReady forges occult tomes, but her latest creation has caught the attention of something magical and terrible. LOS ANGELES, THE EIGHTIES Cait MacReady spends her days in the UCLA library, special collections, restoring old books and saving them from the ravages of time. Part supernatural horror, part crime noir, and set in eighties Los Angeles. Librarian con artist Cait MacReady for...

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Title:Queen of No Tomorrows
Author:Matt Maxwell
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:Queen of No Tomorrows
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:120 pages pages

Queen of No Tomorrows Reviews

  • Tobias
    Jan 04, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Kagama-the Literaturevixen
    Jan 13, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Eneya Vorodecky
    Oct 11, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • GracieKat
    Dec 28, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Kevin
    Jan 11, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Tammy
    Nov 24, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

  • Daina
    Dec 31, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

  • Loreley
    Oct 24, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Emily Whitmore
    Oct 21, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Amelia Mangan
    Nov 14, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Lauren Stoolfire
    Nov 26, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Mark
    Oct 26, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Haley
    Jan 15, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Octavia (ReadsWithDogs)
    Jan 20, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

  • Jake
    Nov 24, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Kimberly
    Jan 14, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Maria Haskins
    Oct 12, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

  • Brandon Crilly
    Mar 17, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Lilyn G. | Sci-Fi & Scary
    Oct 27, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

  • Gazmend Kryeziu
    Oct 23, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Kent Corlain
    Dec 18, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Kathrin Schneider
    Oct 27, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Lady Dee aka The Lazy Reader
    Oct 25, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Galahad
    Jan 08, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • James Adams
    Jan 13, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Jerry
    Oct 24, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Valerie
    Nov 22, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

  • Zac
    Oct 13, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Robert Vanneste
    Dec 06, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Daniel Werneck
    Jan 16, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • EZSnappin
    Dec 30, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Quandee Gates
    Jan 15, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • ☯~☽~•Patricia Mainard•~☾~☯
    Jan 14, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • NEED US CITIZEN
    Oct 26, 2018

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Ashley
    Jan 05, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Sofia Androniadou
    Jan 05, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Evan S
    Jan 08, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Ashley
    Jan 10, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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  • Samir
    Jan 21, 2019

    ?Queen of No Tomorrows? is set in 80?s Los Angeles. It instantly brings to mind a bit of nostalgia for the ridiculous movies from that era. However, it?s pretty quick that you forget the era and just get caught up in the story itself. The main character herself, Cait MacReady (...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell?s noir vision of 80s Lo...

    I received a copy of this book for free in return for an unbiased review. Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell promised itself as a weird magic crime novel and it definitely delivered on that promise! Taking place in the 80's in gritty Los Angeles featuring a strong female prota...

    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attra...

    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interes...

    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that ...

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