#BEAutumn2019 Series: 5 Books with… Necromancers!

#BEAutumn2019 Series: 5 Books with… Necromancers!

Thank you to Sam @ Fictionally Sam and Clo @ Cuppa Clo for hosting this year’s Bookending Autumn 2019 series! Click on the Bookending Fall Icon to see the announcement page.

Today’s prompt is hosted by Michelle @ Michelle Likes Things! 🥰

When I think of Autumn, I think of Halloween and scary books. I’m listing 5 books where necromancers or necromancy are an important part of the story. If want, you can make your own list with books about scary things like witches or curses or ghosts!

Okay I may not get to 5 whole books but hey, I’m going to include the ones that I’ve actually read, so YOLO fam.

Mila brings three dead girls back to life. I’m including this. Official title of Necromancer notwithstanding.

Just because Nathaniel never used his necromancy powers doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have them. I’m including it.

Nedra thoughhhhh.

8 thoughts on “#BEAutumn2019 Series: 5 Books with… Necromancers!

      1. I definitely recommend rereading. I read the first two, waited a year for the third to come out, and was promptly extremely confused. The timeline in #3 flips back and forth constantly. It’s done well, but there was no recap of books 2 and 3, so I was utterly lost.

        The biggest issue is that the frame story is Tea telling the unnamed bard her story, right? In the first two books, that’s very simple. You have Tea’s story, and a couple of scenes in which the bard and Tea interact. In 3, the bard and Tea split up but continue her story through letters, while also doing things on their own. So there’s now three different storylines, effectively, at different times in the main storyline. It’s very confusing.

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