Review: Skeleton King by Charity B.

Length: 366 pages

Published: June 8, 2020

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited


In this town, I’m free from shame

A place where everyone knows my name

Glamorizing corpses to feed a need

That’s why they call me Skeleton King

They all worship me, but they don’t know the real me

All they see is my painted face

Truth is, I’m terrified, all the hope inside me died

Death and cold will forever be my morbid fate

Then she showed me something more

Somehow stealing deaths allure

Trigger Warning: This book contains many triggers and this warning should be taken seriously. The sexual and graphically depicted scenes in this novel are not for the squeamish and will be disturbing for some readers.

My thoughts 💭

This was a dark but addictive retelling of The Night Before Christmas. I just had to know how it ended lol! Heed the trigger warnings! Sarah and the Skeleton King(John) have both been through hell. John with his abusive mother and Sarah with her abusive kidnapper. They both are interested in each other and finally end up together after a little bloodshed. I enjoyed their story.

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