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Quiver In Sixteenth Century Hungary, Countess Elizabeth B Thory Tortured And Killed Over Six Hundred Servant Girls In Order To Bathe In Their Blood She Believed This Brutal Ritual Would Preserve Her Youth And Beauty Danica, A Young Forensic Psychologist, Is Drawn To B Thory S Legend She Has Moved From Canada To England To Work At Stowmoor, A Victorian Insane Asylum Turned Modern Day Forensic Hospital One Of Her Patients, The Notorious Martin Foster, Murdered A Fourteen Year Old Girl In Homage To B Thory He Cultivates His Criminal Celebrity, And Danica Struggles To Maintain A Professional Demeanor With The Charismatic Foster As She Begins To Suspect That His Activities May Be Linked To A Cabal That Idolizes The CountessDanica S Life In London Becomes Increasingly Complicated When Maria, A Glamorous Friend From Danica S Past, Arrives To Do Archival Work In The City She Claims To Have Discovered B Thory S Long Lost Diaries And She Slowly Reveals To Danica The Horrific, Yet Fascinating Passages As Danica S Career And Her Relationship With Her Artist Boyfriend, Henry, Falters, Maria Lures Her Into A Complex Social Sphere Unsure Of Whom To Trust As Her Professional And Personal Lives Become Dangerously Entwined, Danica Must Decide What She Is Willing To Risk To Satisfy Her Attraction To B Thory S Ominous Legend

10 thoughts on “Quiver

  1. says:

    I m sorry this book isn t getting better reviews because I think it s extremely well done for what it is The problem seems to lie in the marketing they keep saying it s supposed to be a thriller but it didn t strike me that way at all It s muchof a psychological exploration than anything else and no, honestly, not a lot happens in the traditional thriller suspense novel tradition It

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    I don t know what I expected when picking up a book that so heavily features Elizabeth Bathory, but this was gorier than I was prepared for The other aspect is the toxic friendship with sexual tension between Maria and Danica, which I always find simultaneously engrossing and unpleasant.

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    I don t know what everyone was talking about with this book being slow I was hooked the whole time I wanted to keep reading and keep reading I like how it flip flopped in time a little and I like how it included the diary entries of Bathory I was just plain impressed.It ended well and I am going to go looking to see if there will be a sequel The story leaves it up in the air as if there could

  4. says:

    Fins this and other reviews at s writing is pretty decent for a debut, but I can t bring myself to go any higher than three stars She is definitely on the right track, I don t want to come off as discouraging, but the basic construction leaves much to be desired More than that though, I think the marketing department failed her in that they set the book up to be something it simply isn t I ll come

  5. says:

    When I picked this book up at the library, I didn t know what it was The synopsis seemed intriguing enough, so I decided to give it a try Well, I guess not having any expectation was a good thing, because I didn t really get anything out of it view spoiler Dani, a psychiatrist, was the protagonist of the story I wouldn t call her a heroine at all, because I saw her as a victim throughout the entire boo

  6. says:

    Oddly enough, Quiver makes two books in a row that mention Elizabeth Bathory Or, as she s known in her native Hungarian and in Holly Luhning s book, Erzs bet B thory.Bathory, for those who haven t heard of her, is a 16th century countess who is infamous for having tortured and killed hundreds of girls before she was arrested and bricked up in her castle, where she later died Quiver is the story of a young w

  7. says:

    Saskatchewan native Holly Luhning has written a compelling novel based on the shocking life of the Hungarian Countess, Elizabeth Bathory Bathory, who was born in 1560, earned her shocking reputation for having tortured and killed over 600 young girls so that she might bathe in their blood and thus retain her youthful beauty.Luhning s novel, Quiver, is a creepy crawly book that follows Danica, a young forensic ps

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    I did not like this book at all It s well written, but it just disgusts me I am so sick of reading fiction about Elizabeth Bathory and the consistent glamorization of what this monster did There were no redeeming qualities It wasn t erotic It wasn t sexy She was a sadistic serial killer with a serious disorder And yet, author after author glamorizes her People may not think that s what Holly Luhning is doing and she

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    Danica, a forensic psychologist, has left Canada and moved to England to work in a forensic hospital One of Danica s patients is the infamous Malcolm Foster, who has been imprisoned for murdering a young girl He s been surrounded by much media attention as his crime has been tailored after Elizabeth Bathory Danica has always had a fascination with Bathory, which in part has been made worse by Maria, someone Danica met in

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    This came up as a kindle daily deal the other day and the subject matter really piqued my interest so I took a chance on it.I m pretty impressed that this is a first novel I found the story based around a supposed cult that worships Elisabeth Bathory intriguing.Danica Winston, a training psychologist, met the mysterious Maria while at a conference several years ago They were drawn together by a mutual fascination of Bathory..h

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