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Divah Author Susannah Appelbaum characters Û 5 · Eloise meets Rosemary's Baby in New York City’s very own Carlyle hotelSeventeen year old Itzy Nash is spending the summer at the exclusive Carlyle hotel in New York City But the hotel harbors than the rich and privileged; it is host to a gorgeous fallen angel reclusive movie stars andZy soon learns demons of the worst sort When the ueen of the Damned checks in all Hell breaks loose Itzy is called upon to save herself and all of humanity from the ravages of the Underworld There’s only one problem Itzy’s possessedPart gothic thriller part historical fiction the novel. The premise looks really promising I will try it out

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Eloise meets Rosemary's Baby in New York City’s very own Carlyle hotelSeventeen year old Itzy Nash is spending the summer at the exclusive Carlyle hotel in New York City But the hotel harbors than the rich and privileged; it is host to a gorgeous fallen angel reclusive movie stars and It. Check out this and other reviews on my young adult book blog Here's to Happy EndingsA cross between historical fiction and fantasy Divah has a lot going on It's definitely a fun clever thrill ride though historical New York City's Carlyle Hotel a thrill ride full of all sorts of strange things we're talking angels and demons and all sorts of other things that the main character Itzy didn't expect when she had planned on spending the summer thereWhen I hear about a potentially great new horror novel I'm pretty much all over that waiting for it come out and sitting patiently waiting to get a copy I hadn't heard about Divah until it was almost time for the release date of the book somehow it got swept under my radar Also I'm not always one for fantasy elements such as demons and angels I often find them difficult to read through but that wasn't the case with Divah I thought it was kind of enjoyable and while it seemed a bit far fetched if you remind yourself that this book is supposed to be a paranormal fantasy it instantly becomes a lot fun of a readNo matter how many times I found myself reading the synopsis itself for this book I just didn't really connect with it it sounded confusing and difficult to grasp but once you get started with reading the book it's a lot better Itzy's character was a fun kick butt heroine who is dealing with all of these supernatural beings in the hotel where she's spending the summer It's a different kind of story definitely not something I've seen before in YA books and the originality aspect of the book really made it even betterThe whole haunted hotel angle had me right off the bat and it only gets interesting as the book goes on I have always loved the whole haunted hotelhaunted house type of book or movie and I am forever seeking out new books that fit this description If you're like me on that aspect give this one a goIf you like historical YA horror and paranormal this is a really great book to pick up I'm glad I had the chance to read itNote I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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Divah Author Susannah AppelbaStraddles the Upper East Side and the lush trappings of the Carlyle hotel and Paris during the Reign of Terror in 1789 Marie Antoinette is the ueen of the Damned Marilyn Monroe is an expert demon hunter To kill a demon Hermès scarves Evian water and a guillotine are the weapons of choice. Lucky enough to get an early preview of this book Susannah is my neighbor and I am not YA audience I'm loving it I've visited the bar and restaurant and stayed at the Carlyle many times and I'm finding this book so evocative of the feeling you get if you visit the hotel so many ghosts there both good and evil famous and unknown I fear some of the reviewers missed the point This is not realism It's a day dream Familiar yet surprising Truth with fantasy Improbable but possible Let yourself drift into the book without skepticism or judgement and it is a delight