[Ebook] Nameless (The Bone Angel Trilogy, #1) By Mercedes M. Yardley – Chainnews.us

Nameless (The Bone Angel Trilogy, #1) Luna Masterson Sees Demons She Has Been Dealing With The Demonic All Her Life, So When Her Brother Gets Tangled Up With A Demon Named Sparkles, Luna The Lunatic Rolls In On Her Motorcycle To Save The Day Armed With The Ability To Harm Demons, Her Scathing Sarcasm, And A Hefty Chip On Her Shoulder, Luna Gathers The Most Unusual Of Allies, Teaming Up With A Green Eyed Heroin Addict And A Snarky Demon Of Some Import After All, Outcasts Of A Feather Should Stick Togethereven Until The End.

[Ebook] Nameless (The Bone Angel Trilogy, #1)  By Mercedes M. Yardley – Chainnews.us
  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Nameless (The Bone Angel Trilogy, #1)
  • Mercedes M. Yardley
  • English
  • 15 December 2017
  • 9780994682 Edition Language English Series

10 thoughts on “Nameless (The Bone Angel Trilogy, #1)


  1. says:

    Mercedes M Yardley is a breath of fresh air in the dark urban fantasy genre Her first book in The Bone Angel trilogy may appear at first glance to follow a familiar path, but her tale breaks away from the pack, filled to the brim with humor, heart, an invigorating young heroine who raises casual sarcasm to an art form, and enough darkness to satisfy both dark fantasy and horror fans alike, while spinning a new mythology for both demons and angels that engages the imagination This was my first Mercedes M Yardley is a breath of ...


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    Update An interview with the author of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Masterson is an odd girl who sees demons Reed Taylor is an odd guy who hangs around with an angel And when girl meets guy, things get pretty crazy This is probably THE thing I love best when it comes Mercedes M Yardley s stories, the fact that when she gets two people together, you know you re not going to get just any old boring relati Update An interview with the author of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Masterson is an odd girl who sees demons Reed Taylor is an odd guy who hangs around with an angel And when girl meets guy, things get pretty crazy This is probably THE thing I love best when it comes Mercedes M Yardley s stories, the fact that when she gets two people together, you know you re not going to get just any old boring relationship I must say I learned that lesson well with Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu, Yardley s not quite horror not quite romance love story novella that I read last year What amazed me most about that book was her treatment of her two outcast characters, the way she gave them each a purpose and emotional depth even though as serial killers they are far from deserving of any admiration or sympathy The characters in Nameless are perhaps not quite so extreme, but I likewise experienced some of those same vibes from Luna and Reed Taylor two very...


  3. says:

    Mercedes is such a wonderful and talented person and a close friend Starting this I didn t enjoy it all that much Luna seemed snarky for snarky s sake And I don t find urban fantasy all that interesting But then as the story unfolded and the characters started gaining a bunch of depth and complexity, I started loving the story and caring about all of them MOUTH is probably my favorite though, and the Tip Toe Shadow is quite creepy Very cool to see its part of a series too since the ending Mercedes is such a wonderful and talented person and a close friend Starting this I didn t enjoy it all that much Luna seemed snarky for snarky s s...


  4. says:

    While this may be Mercedes Yardley s debut novel, she has built quite a reputation with her short story collection, Beautiful Sorrows, and novella, Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu A Tale of Atomic Love Mercedes blends the fantastic with the weird, often with the budding of a romance or journey through a mother s love and loss Simply put, she writes some of the best fiction out there because of how she can wow and peel open the emotions of the heart.Nameless The Darkness Comes seems lik While this may be Mercedes Yardley s debut novel, she has built quite a reputation with her short story collection, Beautiful Sorrows, and novella, Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu A Tale of Atomic Love Mercedes blends the fantastic with the weird, often with the budding of a romance or journey through a mother s love and loss Simply put, she writes some of the best fiction out there because of how she can wow and peel open the emotions of the heart.Nameless The Darkness Comes seems like a perfect type of story to craft for her debut novel Luna is a young woman who has seen demons since her childhood She s got a bit of an attitude about this burden, but there is kindness under her shell Nameless is the story of her encountering f...


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    Reader beware Do not start this book unless you have several hours free I know the phrase I couldn t put it down is beyond overused but it s quite true in this case I made the mistake of picking this book up for the first time early one morning and ended up late for work before I could finally tear myself away Thankfully the story is wrapped up neatly at the close of the novel and we are not left with a cliffhanger waiting for the next book in the trilogy.Yardley s characters are believabl Reader beware Do not start this book unless you have several hours free I know the phrase I couldn t put it down ...


  6. says:

    For horror lovers this is an incredible read For non horror lovers like me, it s still an incredible read Mercedes has a way of taking the gritty side of life and showing it in a lyrical and snarky way Luna is one of my all time favorite characters, and she takes a backseat to Mouth The plot is full of twist and turns that will spin you straight into the hearts of all of the people filling these pages Ir s an endearing, sometimes heart wrenching, tale of love and good versus evil that wil For horror lovers this is an incredible read For non horror lovers like me, it s still an incredible read Mercedes has a way of taking the gritty side of life and showing it in a lyrical and snarky way Luna is one of my all time favorite characters, and she takes a backseat to Mouth The plot is full of twist and turns that will spin you straight into the hearts of all of the people filling these pages Ir s an endearing, sometimes heart wr...


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    Originally published at Risingshadow.Mercedes M Yardley s Nameless The Darkness Comes was a nice surprise for me I m not a big fan of modern urban fantasy books I admit that I tend to avoid reading them , because most of them areor less boring and their authors recycle the same plots over and over again This book, however, caught my attention, and I found it enjoyable, because it was something a bit different.One of the reasons why I like this book is that it manages to be both whimsi Originally published at Risingshadow.Mercedes M Yardley s Nameless The Darkness Comes was a nice surprise for me I m not a big fan of modern urban fantasy books I admit that I tend to avoid reading them , because most of them areor less boring and their authors recycle the same plots over and over again This book, however, caught my attention, and I found it enjoyable, because it was something a bit different.One of the reasons why I like this book is that it manages to be both whimsical funny and dramatic and also macabre at the same time There s a ...


  8. says:

    Thanks to a lucky streak, I ve discovered a few fantastic indie reads lately, and Nameless by Mercedes Yardley is a shiny star among them It is a dark and edgy mix of genres, a novelty both in urban fantasy and in horror As an author, Yardley makes her own way, leaving behind all well worn paths and familiar tropes If you think we ve seen it all, think again With Nameless, surprises are around every corner.Nameless came to my hands entirely by accident I so rarely accept random review reque Thanks to a lucky streak, I ve discovered a few fantastic indie reads lately, and Nameless by Mercedes Yardley is a shiny star among them It is a dark and edgy mix of genres, a novelty both in urban fantasy and in horror As an author, Yardley makes her own way, le...


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    Fantasy Review BarnA young girl sees a shadow that no one else does Luna isn t crazy her father knows what she is seeing is real But being seen as crazy makes for a lonely life, and when the crazy father commits suicide her ostracized spot in society is cemented for good Armed with quick wits and a smart mouth Luna has put up with seeing demons her whole life But when these spectral beings start messing with family It is time for Luna to put the hammer down.Yardley is showing me that she Fantasy Review BarnA young girl sees a shadow that no one else does Luna isn t crazy her father knows what she is seeing is real But being seen as crazy makes for a lonely life, and when the crazy father commits suicide her ostracized spot in society is cemented for good Armed with quick wits and a smart mouth Luna has put up with seeing demons her whole life But when these spectral beings start messing with family It is time for Luna to put the hammer down.Yardley is showing me that she has the ability to show us something new in what should be a tired old story My first taste of her wonderfully messed up style was Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lu...


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    With her debut novel, Mercedes Yardley proves she can sustain a longer narrative Her Beautiful Sorrows is a favorite, but short stories and novels are so different that just because someone can do one, doesn t mean that they can do the other Well, Mercedes can do both The story of humans vs demons is as old as religion and while enjoyable, for me the enjoyment comesfrom how the narrator Luna describes the events of the story She s sarcastic and I love her and in the depths of horrif With her debut novel, Mercedes Yardley proves she can sustain a longer narrative Her Beautiful Sorrows is a favorite, but short stories and novels are so different that just because someone can do one, doesn t mean that they can do the other Well, Mercedes can do both The story of humans vs demons is as old as religion and while enjoyable, for me the enjoyment comesfrom how the narrator Luna describes the events of the story She s sarcastic and I love her and in the...

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