Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault by Candace Robinson

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Quinsey Wolfe's Glass VaultQuinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault by Candace Robinson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Perrie Madeline has had her best friend and cousin, Maisie and their friend August by her side ever since her terrible break up with her ex boyfriend Neven. When out together they come across a new museum that seems to have come out of nowhere and when spotting a now hiring sign Maisie decides to apply and soon finds she’s gotten the job.

In the meantime Neven just can’t seem to take no for an answer when it comes to their break up and when he shows up to talk yet again they get into another argument. However when Perrie gets a call from Neven’s mother the next morning that he never came home she immediately thinks of all the news stories around their town of Deer Park, Texas and fears the worse may have happened.

After Neven’s disappearance Perrie is really worried about the missing people around town so when Maisie needs to report to her new job she warns her to be careful. The next morning however Maisie is found to not have come home that night and is now among the missing too. Perrie and August wonder if the new museum has something to do with the disappearances and decide to investigate on their own.

Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault is a young adult story that mixes fantasy and horror along with a mix of retellings involved in the story which was certainly interesting. I found myself immediately engaged as the story started and introduced the characters and immediately loved the quirky Maisie but enjoyed all of the characters involved.

As much as I was enjoying the story all throughout I was wondering if this would end up a five star read or not as I still had a few questions towards the end but was more than pleasantly surprised when those were answered. The ending in here also was just one of those wow moments that I would have loved to continue reading even though it had come to an end. Would definitely recommend checking this one out.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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