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Book lovers have been raving all over Social Media about Stephanie Garber's YA book Caraval. They've been posting reviews on Goodreads, comments on Twitter, photos on Instagram, and featured articles on their own blogs. The book is all over the place!! Read some of the good things they have to say. 


Cait • A Page with a View 

I'm not sure if I should call this one of my favorite books of 2016 or 2017, but it's definitely at the top of both lists! I can totally see why Fox already bought the movie rights!!

I was just constantly surprised the whole way through. The plot weaves all over the place and keeps throwing curveballs at you to the point where you don't know who or WHAT to trust anymore. I thought I called some plot twists at the beginning, but was completely off. This is one of those rare books you wish you could forget and then go back to read all over again for the first time because figuring everything out is an adventure on its own more





This has made it into my absolute all time favorites. I can't even function normally to describe it... I am absolutely floored. Zero complaints. I enjoyed every sentence.. every page.

I couldn't get enough. It was whimsical, off the charts electric, romantic, mysterious, enchanting, enthralling... full of twists and turns. So many that I thought the ending couldn't possibly live up to the mystery this created.. but it absolutely did.

My advice is to go into this knowing NOTHING more






When you first start reading you think you’ll be able to figure out the story and how it’s going to end, but Caraval has a way of twisting the storyline so that whatever you thought was going to happen is completely, utterly, wrong. Every page takes you in a different direction that leaves you scratching your head and on the edge of your seat, trying to figure out exactly how Caraval works. more


What a surprisingly captivating world Stephanie Garber has created in 'Caraval'! I listened to the Audible version of this book and I was mesmerized by the beautiful and vivid imagery that 'Caraval' contained more





Chelsea Humphrey 

Hi, my name’s Chelsea and I’m addicted to Stephanie Garber’s world of Caraval.
How can I write a review for this giant ball of awesome and do it justice? I was intrigued by the summary from the second I found this was coming out, but had no clue if it would live up to the hype.  This book was even better than I could have imagined and then some.
The blurb tells you everything you need to know going in; honestly, the less you know the better and the more confused you feel, the more enjoyable your reading experience will be. Every single chapter had some sort of twist, and whether it was minor or major, it got me. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. This book was somehow 400 pages, but it went by too quickly. I kept saying “Just one more chapter” and next thing you know, it was finished. Sort of. Because YAY book #2 is coming! Well, once she writes it of course. (No pressure Steph. I’m only gnawing my nails to the bloody nub in anticipation.) more




I was swept away on Scarlett’s journey from the darkness and misery of her real life into the strange and wonderful (and weird) world of Caraval. It was immediately clear to me that Scarlett wasn’t going to be your ordinary heroine. She was inquisitive, unpredictable and captivating…I loved her as the protagonist and was totally invested in her arc. Ultimately, what started as an exciting adventure that she had always dreamed of, turned into a desperate quest to find her missing sister. I found Scarlett’s transformation into a brave heroine so satisfying more








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