The Book of the Unwinding

The Book of the Unwinding

The struggle for power continues in the sequel to The King of Bones and Ashes from Wall Street Journal bestselling author J.D. Horn. With their magic diminishing, warring factions of New Orleans witches desperately search for the Book of the Unwinding?a legendary grimoire, hidden by spells, that holds the key to unimaginable powers. As a ruthless struggle erupts in a maelst The struggle for power continues in the sequel to The King of Bones and Ashes from Wall Street Journal bestselling ...

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Title:The Book of the Unwinding
Author:J.D. Horn
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:B077XY527S
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:300 pages pages

The Book of the Unwinding Reviews

  • Cindy
    Sep 20, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

    I really wish that I had paid a little more attention to The Witches of New Orleans when I read it last year, but I just really struggled to get into it, despite its setting in my favorite city and it being on one of my absolute favorite topics (I love all things witchy). I feel like i...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. The Book of the Unwinding is the second installment in the Witches of New Orleans series which can be described as a dark supernatural fantasy series that includes elements of witchcraft and voodoo. It takes place ...

    Generally quite good but not what I thought it would be I thought it would be a Stein summation all the other books tied up with us one I guess I'm still waiting for the final which should be better than all the rest I chose this reading because I thought it was one of the weaker st...

    I love J.D. Horn!!! I had been waiting for this book and was NOT disappointed. Once I started It was difficult for me to put the book down. The twists and turns just kept coming, some revealed only to show more twist beneath. I knew this was going to be at least a trilogy and so...

    Liked the second book in the series much more, as I figured I would. Unlike the first book, which threw lots of characters and story lines at the reader and felt rushed, the characters now are becoming more fully realized. More back story, more intrigue, more witchy magic, the plot has...

    This book furthers my opinion that J.D. Horn can do no wrong when it comes to story telling. I loved the witching Savannah series and couldn't wait for witching New Orleans. This the second book in series gives just enough throw back to the first book to reset the stage but doesn't lea...

    I struggled some not having read the first book in the series as there are alot of characters definitely liked the dark mysterious portrayal of new orleans .Alice is stuck on the dreaming road while Daniel searches for her and Nathalie is concentrated on making her powers stronger.Ther...

    I love this guy! I've read every book I can find on Amazon by this author, I LOVE HIM! The sing songy prose so smooth and laid back is captivating, never rushed or forced. I feel like I've been to new orleans or that island off the coast .I can't remember the terms from lit class ...

    Once again, this is not my go-to genre but had read the first book and wanted to read the second. I might try the third book if nothing else than to see how the witches fare in their 'new' society. It's complicated and there are lots of characters. I applaud the author for being able t...

  • Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)
    Mar 14, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Jun 24, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

  • Amethyst Shadow
    Aug 07, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

  • Amy
    Jul 07, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

  • Barbara (The Bibliophage)
    Sep 15, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

  • gelowmichael
    Mar 15, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

  • Belinda Witzenhausen
    Jun 27, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

  • Racysteed
    Nov 03, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

  • Marissa
    Jun 20, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

    I really wish that I had paid a little more attention to The Witches of New Orleans when I read it last year, but I just really struggled to get into it, despite its setting in my favorite city and it being on one of my absolute favorite topics (I love all things witchy). I feel like i...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. The Book of the Unwinding is the second installment in the Witches of New Orleans series which can be described as a dark supernatural fantasy series that includes elements of witchcraft and voodoo. It takes place ...

  • Rosey
    May 25, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

  • Patricia
    Aug 13, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

  • Cari
    Oct 22, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

    I really wish that I had paid a little more attention to The Witches of New Orleans when I read it last year, but I just really struggled to get into it, despite its setting in my favorite city and it being on one of my absolute favorite topics (I love all things witchy). I feel like i...

  • Alicia Greene
    Jul 30, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

    I really wish that I had paid a little more attention to The Witches of New Orleans when I read it last year, but I just really struggled to get into it, despite its setting in my favorite city and it being on one of my absolute favorite topics (I love all things witchy). I feel like i...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. The Book of the Unwinding is the second installment in the Witches of New Orleans series which can be described as a dark supernatural fantasy series that includes elements of witchcraft and voodoo. It takes place ...

    Generally quite good but not what I thought it would be I thought it would be a Stein summation all the other books tied up with us one I guess I'm still waiting for the final which should be better than all the rest I chose this reading because I thought it was one of the weaker st...

    I love J.D. Horn!!! I had been waiting for this book and was NOT disappointed. Once I started It was difficult for me to put the book down. The twists and turns just kept coming, some revealed only to show more twist beneath. I knew this was going to be at least a trilogy and so...

    Liked the second book in the series much more, as I figured I would. Unlike the first book, which threw lots of characters and story lines at the reader and felt rushed, the characters now are becoming more fully realized. More back story, more intrigue, more witchy magic, the plot has...

    This book furthers my opinion that J.D. Horn can do no wrong when it comes to story telling. I loved the witching Savannah series and couldn't wait for witching New Orleans. This the second book in series gives just enough throw back to the first book to reset the stage but doesn't lea...

  • Anne Monteith
    Jun 05, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

  • Annemieke / A Dance with Books
    Jun 13, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

  • Riley
    Jun 17, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

  • Tiera McMillian
    Jan 02, 2019

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

  • Cupcakes & Machetes
    Jun 21, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

  • Montzalee Wittmann
    Jul 07, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

  • Leah Speller
    Jul 09, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

    I really wish that I had paid a little more attention to The Witches of New Orleans when I read it last year, but I just really struggled to get into it, despite its setting in my favorite city and it being on one of my absolute favorite topics (I love all things witchy). I feel like i...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. The Book of the Unwinding is the second installment in the Witches of New Orleans series which can be described as a dark supernatural fantasy series that includes elements of witchcraft and voodoo. It takes place ...

    Generally quite good but not what I thought it would be I thought it would be a Stein summation all the other books tied up with us one I guess I'm still waiting for the final which should be better than all the rest I chose this reading because I thought it was one of the weaker st...

    I love J.D. Horn!!! I had been waiting for this book and was NOT disappointed. Once I started It was difficult for me to put the book down. The twists and turns just kept coming, some revealed only to show more twist beneath. I knew this was going to be at least a trilogy and so...

  • gypsydreams
    Jul 21, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

    I really wish that I had paid a little more attention to The Witches of New Orleans when I read it last year, but I just really struggled to get into it, despite its setting in my favorite city and it being on one of my absolute favorite topics (I love all things witchy). I feel like i...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. The Book of the Unwinding is the second installment in the Witches of New Orleans series which can be described as a dark supernatural fantasy series that includes elements of witchcraft and voodoo. It takes place ...

    Generally quite good but not what I thought it would be I thought it would be a Stein summation all the other books tied up with us one I guess I'm still waiting for the final which should be better than all the rest I chose this reading because I thought it was one of the weaker st...

    I love J.D. Horn!!! I had been waiting for this book and was NOT disappointed. Once I started It was difficult for me to put the book down. The twists and turns just kept coming, some revealed only to show more twist beneath. I knew this was going to be at least a trilogy and so...

    Liked the second book in the series much more, as I figured I would. Unlike the first book, which threw lots of characters and story lines at the reader and felt rushed, the characters now are becoming more fully realized. More back story, more intrigue, more witchy magic, the plot has...

    This book furthers my opinion that J.D. Horn can do no wrong when it comes to story telling. I loved the witching Savannah series and couldn't wait for witching New Orleans. This the second book in series gives just enough throw back to the first book to reset the stage but doesn't lea...

    I struggled some not having read the first book in the series as there are alot of characters definitely liked the dark mysterious portrayal of new orleans .Alice is stuck on the dreaming road while Daniel searches for her and Nathalie is concentrated on making her powers stronger.Ther...

  • Malina Skrobosinski
    Mar 15, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

  • Alaina
    Dec 27, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

  • Linda Marshall
    Dec 21, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

    I really wish that I had paid a little more attention to The Witches of New Orleans when I read it last year, but I just really struggled to get into it, despite its setting in my favorite city and it being on one of my absolute favorite topics (I love all things witchy). I feel like i...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. The Book of the Unwinding is the second installment in the Witches of New Orleans series which can be described as a dark supernatural fantasy series that includes elements of witchcraft and voodoo. It takes place ...

    Generally quite good but not what I thought it would be I thought it would be a Stein summation all the other books tied up with us one I guess I'm still waiting for the final which should be better than all the rest I chose this reading because I thought it was one of the weaker st...

    I love J.D. Horn!!! I had been waiting for this book and was NOT disappointed. Once I started It was difficult for me to put the book down. The twists and turns just kept coming, some revealed only to show more twist beneath. I knew this was going to be at least a trilogy and so...

    Liked the second book in the series much more, as I figured I would. Unlike the first book, which threw lots of characters and story lines at the reader and felt rushed, the characters now are becoming more fully realized. More back story, more intrigue, more witchy magic, the plot has...

  • Jessica fair
    Jul 12, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

    I really wish that I had paid a little more attention to The Witches of New Orleans when I read it last year, but I just really struggled to get into it, despite its setting in my favorite city and it being on one of my absolute favorite topics (I love all things witchy). I feel like i...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. The Book of the Unwinding is the second installment in the Witches of New Orleans series which can be described as a dark supernatural fantasy series that includes elements of witchcraft and voodoo. It takes place ...

    Generally quite good but not what I thought it would be I thought it would be a Stein summation all the other books tied up with us one I guess I'm still waiting for the final which should be better than all the rest I chose this reading because I thought it was one of the weaker st...

    I love J.D. Horn!!! I had been waiting for this book and was NOT disappointed. Once I started It was difficult for me to put the book down. The twists and turns just kept coming, some revealed only to show more twist beneath. I knew this was going to be at least a trilogy and so...

    Liked the second book in the series much more, as I figured I would. Unlike the first book, which threw lots of characters and story lines at the reader and felt rushed, the characters now are becoming more fully realized. More back story, more intrigue, more witchy magic, the plot has...

    This book furthers my opinion that J.D. Horn can do no wrong when it comes to story telling. I loved the witching Savannah series and couldn't wait for witching New Orleans. This the second book in series gives just enough throw back to the first book to reset the stage but doesn't lea...

    I struggled some not having read the first book in the series as there are alot of characters definitely liked the dark mysterious portrayal of new orleans .Alice is stuck on the dreaming road while Daniel searches for her and Nathalie is concentrated on making her powers stronger.Ther...

    I love this guy! I've read every book I can find on Amazon by this author, I LOVE HIM! The sing songy prose so smooth and laid back is captivating, never rushed or forced. I feel like I've been to new orleans or that island off the coast .I can't remember the terms from lit class ...

  • Eddie Generous
    Jan 15, 2019

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

  • Nikki
    Mar 23, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

  • Tina Gundy
    Jun 29, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

  • Susan Grillo
    Jul 03, 2018

    The Book of the Unwinding Witches of New Orleans, Book 2 By: J. D. Horn Narrated by: Sophie Amoss I won this ebook from Goodreads giveaway so I spent the extra 1.99 for the audible version, (yes, this author doesn't shaft you with a tremendous amount of money on top of the book for...

    As much as I liked the first book, must I confess that the story in this book was even more captivating. If you have read the first book in the series, then you know about all that happened to Alice, Evangeline, Nathalie and the rest. If you are new, well, there is a nice character lis...

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans...

    Pretty good for a second installment. The Book of the Unwinding sort of picked up where the first book left off. In it, you are still trying to figure out what happened between the gang.. and what's going to happen with them as well. I was honestly intrigued in the first quarter of ...

    I received this copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. My review of the first book The King of Bones and Ashes. Suffers from second book syndrome. It just doesn?t live up to the first but it?s not a bad read either. In fact, I?m certain I?...

    A slightly different flavor from the first, Horn takes the cast of mostly luckless witches, and those around them, down surprising new paths, twisting from expectation, and keeping the suspense intact. Listen to my interview with the author here: https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/si...

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review While I wasn?t the biggest fan of the first book I was certainly interested enough to want to continue. In places it was better than the first book, but in other places it certainly wasn...

    The Book of the Unwinding is a chronicle of several families in present-day New Orleans. It?s also the second book in J.D. Horn?s Witches of New Orleans series. It?s creepy and chilling, which is just right as I head into the Halloween reading season. The Marin Family has thre...

    I enjoyed the first book, although I had wished it would stay with fewer characters' perspectives. The second book improved on that. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much and am eagerly awaiting the next installment! ...

    ARC/Paranormal: I had to read the first book of the New Orleans before I read this one. Good thing I did because there are sooooo many characters. In the first book, which has no relation to the witches or Savannah because there's no ley lines, is about a group of New Orleans witch...

    So, I'm starting to think that maybe this series just isn't for me. When I picked up the first in the series, The King of Bones and Ashes, I was looking for a good supernatural read, and I thought this series would definitely meet that requirement. While I wasn't over the moon about th...

    I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Book of Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) by J.D. Horn from NetGalley and 47North in order to read and give an honest review. After reading and reviewing The King of Bones and Ashes (Witches of New Orleans), the first in the series fr...

    I think I must be in the minority but this was painful to finish. For me, the writing and lack of emotion was just sooo blah that not only could I barely keep going I actually fell asleep, like legit. This plot I have no idea what is happening and there is so much extra getting thrown ...

    This was a dark, intriguing, and mysterious tale. I found myself really enjoying reading about Alice in the Dreaming Road and Nathalie with her intimidating new powers. I also enjoyed the integrating of Louisiana history too, such as Hurricane Katrina and Marie Laveau. Plus you get to ...

    I'm very much looking forward to the next book. ...

    While this wasn?t as exciting as the first book I still enjoyed it immensely. One thing that I like about this author books is the locals they are set in; New Orleans has always been associated with magic, witches, voodoo and creatures it makes this an entreating read. All the peo...

    Really enjoyed this book. This one suffered the same fault as the first, bad guy explains too much. I enjoy the characters, although in this one some of my favorites became a little muddy and altered from the first book. Like the first, Horn sets a good scene. My favorite bit about the...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. King of Bones and Ashes was more interesting and driven than this next sequel. The Book of the Unwinding picks up the after events of the killing of witches at the ball. Witches of New Orleans tries...

    Sometimes there are those books that you don?t read alone in the dark...this is one of those books (or if you have an overactive imagination like me you don?t read it when you?re home alone at nighttime because every noise you hear...). There is a creep factor to it and it?s aw...

    Welcome back to New Orleans and the witches of the Martin family . Nathalie Boudreau a young psychic is in the middle of a struggle to control the magic erupts . Her destiny lies with Alice Martin who is trapped in the realm illusion. Nathalie is the only one that can save her and s...

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are li...

    I really wish that I had paid a little more attention to The Witches of New Orleans when I read it last year, but I just really struggled to get into it, despite its setting in my favorite city and it being on one of my absolute favorite topics (I love all things witchy). I feel like i...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. The Book of the Unwinding is the second installment in the Witches of New Orleans series which can be described as a dark supernatural fantasy series that includes elements of witchcraft and voodoo. It takes place ...

    Generally quite good but not what I thought it would be I thought it would be a Stein summation all the other books tied up with us one I guess I'm still waiting for the final which should be better than all the rest I chose this reading because I thought it was one of the weaker st...