Review: The Hum and the Shiver, Tufa Novels Book 1

By Alex Bledsoe

Available on: Amazon, Audible, and Barnes and Noble.

Overview:

Blurb: Bronwyn Hyatt comes back to Needsville after getting herself a little blown up in service of her country. But she is followed not only by a literal parade on her way home, but omens of death that come knocking almost every night. Music, misfortune, magic, and a really hot minister present issues on her home turf.

Trigger Warnings:

Ableism, Bastardization of Mythology, Blood, Bullying, Death, Drug Use (Illicit), Drug Use (Prescription), Food, Gore, Gun Violence, Islamophobia, Murder, Non-Consensual Sex, Non-Consensual Touching, Poor Coping Mechanisms, Racism, Sexism, Sexual Assault (mentioned), Systemic Racism, Toxic Masculinity, Unsafe Lifestyle, Unsafe Sex, Violence, Violent Imagery, War

Body Count: 2

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