Graveminder is a Gothic mystery novel by Melissa Marr. The novel was released on May 17, by William Morrow and Company and follows a young . Graveminder [Melissa Marr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rebekkah Barrow never forgot the tender attention her grandmother. Rebekkah Barrow never forgot the tender attention her grandmother, Maylene, bestowed upon the dead of Claysville. While growing up, Rebekkah watched as .
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Everybody knows it, including the author, who strives to make the journey as thrilling as possible. Rebekkah really got on my nerves at times. It’s sad when an author with such seemingly good ideas can’t even make zombies exciting. Marr, we heard you the first three hundred times, Rebekkah has guilt issues about Byron. I hated this book so much I can’t even be arsed mlissa look at it again to check. There was so much world building and character backgrounds and love interests and this and that in the beginning, I was starting to get a little bored.
View all 13 comments. All the nuances of the world really interested me–who can and can’t be hurt in the underworld, the laws of the Graveminder and the town contract, etc. Rebekkah and Byron’s angst wouldn’t have been as annoying, because I could blame the hormones.
Everything was wrapped up nicely which was very refreshing.
Byron recently came back to help his father in the family undertaking business, and early in the book, Beka comes home for her grandmother’s funeral. Rebekkah just couldn’t be with Byron. I’m not without fault in this literary relationship; I picked this up for two of the worst reasons you can read a book: And while it wasn’t exactly hard to predict, like I said, there were some nice flourishes.
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Or ghosts that can nom on people melsisa is nearly as good. The romance was about average. I was literally skimming over paragraphs, which I rarely do.
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There were quite a few chapters that I sat there trying to figure out what in the wholly grave was going on. It was an easy read but I found the beginning pace slow. Also, her issues with Byron.
From this dark place the deceased will return if their graves are not properly minded. Though it was started with a murder, the flow of the story didn’t get exciting at least for me.
I could see everything coming from a mile away. Graveminder is considered an adult book, but I would say based on the YA books I’ve read out there, teenagers would like this book as gravveminder. I’d never read anything by Melissa Marr, even though I see that she’s put out several books before this one. In this story, Rebekkah Graveinder Barrow is called back to the town of Claysville when her grandmother Maylene is murdered. Then I’ll tell you everything, anything, nothing.
I like modern gothic. In mellissa, I don’t think Melissa Marr intended for it to become the first in a series either, but it is! Be Reviewed for Books Books and more Books.
It was fun and freaky mlissa while I’m not sure if we’re getting any more books from this world, I would love to see where Marr takes it! For anyone who loves: Even though Grave Minder is not a standalone, I don’t know that I will be reaching for the sequels any time soon.
Grave Minder is a small town story with an element of fright. Vague references to rape. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Dec 16, Crystal rated it it was amazing Shelves: I wasn’t hiding under the covers afraid to peer outside the safety of my reading nook, but I did get goose bumps quite a few times throughout the book. But everything I previously liked about Marr’s style really jarred here for me.
Rebekkah Barrow never forgot the tender attention her grandmother, Maylene, bestowed upon the dead of Claysville. She builds up the story slowly, carefully laying out clues and hints about Claysville, the Graveminders and their connection to the dead, and letting them gradually settle into place.