Waiting on Wednesday: Before the Devil Breaks You by Libba Bray

Posted August 2, 2017 by Madalyn || 2 Comments

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Breaking the Spine. It’s a feature where we show off one of our most anticipated reads of the year. Where we tend to add more books to your never-ending TBR.

madalyn’s waiting on…

Waiting on Wednesday: Before the Devil Breaks You by Libba BrayBefore the Devil Breaks You (The Diviners, #3) by Libba Bray
on October 3rd 2017
Pages: 560

After battling a sleeping sickness, The Diviners are up against a group of new and malevolent foes--ghosts! Out in Ward's Island sits a mental hospital full of lost souls from people long forgotten. Ghosts who have unusual and dangerous ties to the Man in the Stovepipe Hat also known as the King of Crows.

With terrible accounts of murder and possession flooding in from all over New York City, the Diviners must band together and brave the ghosts haunting the asylum to bring down the King of Crows.

why i’m waiting

Um, hello, new Libba Bray?! I’ll always be first in line for every new book she releases. Plus, The Diviners is probably my favorite ongoing series at the moment. (Although, the cover changes are DECIDEDLY NOT MY FAVORITE. I miss the original cover design of the first book.) There was a ton of foreshadowing in Lair of Dreams about this mysterious “King of Crows” that this installment deals with, so I can’t wait to learn more about what all of that is about! I just can’t wait to be plunged back into 1920’s New York City with the best cast of characters.


What book are you waiting on this week? Have you read The Diviners series?

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Madalyn is a 20-something music student and lifelong lover of reading. When she's not reading or singing, you're likely to find her drinking coffee, traveling, or buying more lipstick than one person could possibly need.
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  • I still haven’t read any Libba Bray books!
    *hides in shame*

    • Ahhhh! She’s my favorite. It seems like her books aren’t for everyone, but I looooove her writing. And the historical settings in this series and the Gemma Doyle trilogy are so on point!