Goodreads Monday | Vespertine

Goodreads Monday is a weekly meme where you choose a random book from your Goodreads tbr and highlight it in a post.

! Once you choose a book and create your post, make sure you link and reference the creator, @Lauren’s Page Turners !

This week’s pick is a book I want to read because of the cover (and the synopsis also sounds super interesting).
It’s VESPERTINE by Margaret Rogerson!

I started listening to the audiobook yesterday. Not much has happened yet (I only listened like 30 mins so that’s normal). I will write a review of the book once I’ve finished it!

Vespertine (Vespertine #1) by Margaret Rogerson

Published October 5th 2021 by Margaret K. McElderry Books

56980403

Synopsis

The dead of Loraille do not rest.

Artemisia is training to be a Gray Sister, a nun who cleanses the bodies of the deceased so that their souls can pass on; otherwise, they will rise as spirits with a ravenous hunger for the living. She would rather deal with the dead than the living, who trade whispers about her scarred hands and troubled past.

When her convent is attacked by possessed soldiers, Artemisia defends it by awakening an ancient spirit bound to a saint’s relic. It is a revenant, a malevolent being that threatens to possess her the moment she drops her guard. Wielding its extraordinary power almost consumes her—but death has come to Loraille, and only a vespertine, a priestess trained to wield a high relic, has any chance of stopping it. With all knowledge of vespertines lost to time, Artemisia turns to the last remaining expert for help: the revenant itself.

As she unravels a sinister mystery of saints, secrets, and dark magic, her bond with the revenant grows. And when a hidden evil begins to surface, she discovers that facing this enemy might require her to betray everything she has been taught to believe—if the revenant doesn’t betray her first. 


Do you want to read this book? Be sure to leave a comment with your Goodreads Monday pick!

2 thoughts on “Goodreads Monday | Vespertine

  1. I hadn’t heard of this book before this post but it sounds amazing!

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