Ninth House, a review by Allyson

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Ninth House
Leigh Bardugo
459 pages
Published October 8th, 2019
By Flatiron Book

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo is an absolutely fantastic read. I loved every moment of it.


Galaxy Stern dropped out of school early when she was introduced to a world of drugs. After being the only survivor of an unsolved multiple homicide where at her apartment. While recovering at the hospital Galaxy is approached by someone who gives her a chance to attend the prestigious Yale University on a full ride scholarship.  The only thing she has to do in return is monitor the eight secret societies operating on campus. These societies turn out to be much more devious than previously thought. Can Galaxy keep up with these secret societies and come out of Yale intact?

My Review:

This book was so intriguing. I loved all the mysteries and twist and turns that Leigh Bardugo put into this novel. I absolutely loved Galaxy’s character, from her struggle past all the way up to her trying to get through Yale. Leigh purposely kept the reader in the dark about multiple things which helped the story so much.
This was some of her best writing in my opinion. The plot just kept twisting and turning in all kinds of directions as soon as I thought I knew what was going to happen, here comes another twist.

This was definitely one of my top reads for the year so far! I’m so excited for the sequel to come out!

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