• The Blood Witch

  • The Osseous Chronicles, Book 2
  • By: Ivy Asher
  • Narrated by: Amy Hall
  • Length: 8 hrs and 27 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (156 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

I never saw it coming...the bones...the magic...the betrayal.

It’s no longer a question of who I can trust - the answer is no one. Now, it’s about survival.

I’m in the heart of the Order, trying to solve a series of mysterious disappearances, while doing everything that I can not to become bait.

Enemies are circling, and they can’t seem to decide if they see me as a pawn or as a threat. Oh, and there’s that little issue of being tethered to Rogan, who I now want to kill.

It’s time to figure out just what I’m capable of though. Because fool me once...shame on you. But fool me twice...and I will crush your bones to dust.

My name is Lennox Osseous, and I’m about to unleash the wrath of the Bone Witch.

©2021 Ivy Asher (P)2021 Ivy Asher

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You want range? Listen to Amy Hall.

I am obsessed with Amy Hall’s performance in The Osseous Chronicles. Her character differentiation shines through every word and you are ensorcelled -see what I did there ;) - by her voice when she is reading this story.

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loved it

OKAY. WOW.

I blasted through that in one sitting it was so good. This book was way better than the first. It made me laugh, cry and cringe. I absolutely loved it. And the ending... Ohhh baby, was that emotional. I don't even know what to say. Rogan by the end was pulling my heartstrings and the spice gets somewhat hotter but ultimately the slow burn is real. And the massive 🐓 block the author throws our way is just plain rude but so good. Read this series, you won't be disappointed.

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Amazing!

Loved the first one, but this one was amazing! I love the descriptive dialect the author uses and wow what a sense of humor! The narrator does a fabulous job of inserting emotion exactly where it’s needed. It only took me a couple days to listen to the whole book, I was hooked from the beginning!

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Good story but language could be better

Engaging story, and I’ll look forward to finding out what happens next. The reader also does a great job bringing the protagonist to life. The writing occasionally has some subject-verb agreement problems that made me cringe, though, and the reader occasionally mispronounces some words (“misshapen” was “miss-happen,” for example). Maybe book wasn’t copyedited/proofed well and the director of the performance just missed that kind of thing? I feel snotty criticizing—I’ve certainly written no books myself! If you can ignore the handful of errors, you’ll probably enjoy the tale otherwise. (Don’t read, though, if you’re not down with a pretty crass leading lady. I’m no prude, but I think the author took it a bit too far. I don’t know what the author intended, but the less-than-stellar English and the not infrequent references to riding anatomy made the heroine a little less likable, imo.)

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Enjoyable Tale

It is an interesting story well spun. The right amount of humor and magic which make stories come to life.

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As amazing as reading it written

Lennox has so much depth and feelings and practicality to her. The last third of the book is a gut wrench but definitely perfect.

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So good!

Whew! What a book! Packed full of ups and downs and twists and turns. Had me giggling then crying. So freaking good!

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Marvelous

You guys rocked this, both books ...fell in love with Lennox and the story! Ivy you have made me a fan and Amy, you are amazing! Thank you and am going to dive into book 3...hope you'll write and perform 10 more...

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  • 06-15-22

Flawless drama

For some reason this story seemed to be super short. But is 8 hours and 27 minutes. The Bone Witch was fabulous. This story too. If the first one was fun and flawless, The Blood Witch is flawless drama. Usually I am not a big fan of drama, too easy to fall into the brainless and irritating zone there. And fun, silly, clever and hilarious gets left out. Am a big fan of that genre. However, Ivy Asher is a clever author, Our heroine avoids most drama induced pitfalls. It is like two times in those 8 to 9 hours she slips up, and falls into unwarranted arrogance. That is something like three lines in all this text, and can be easily forgiven. The rest of the time I was either too focused on the story to think anything, or wondering about how talented and clever the author really is. As before, Amy Hall´s narration is flawless too. Back to book three in series.