Blog Tour: Ordinary Monsters by J.M. Miro – Spotlight

Hello fellow book nerds!

A huge thank you to Flatiron Books for allowing me to be apart of this tour!

This book sounds amazing and I wish I could have provided more than a spotlight because I am very interested in it. Now that I have my finished copy though, I will be absolutely diving into this book very shortly.

Do you have a copy yet? What are your thoughts?

Happy Reading!


Ordinary Monsters

J.M. Miro

Summary

Taken from Goodreads

England, 1882. In Victorian London, two children with mysterious powers are hunted by a figure of darkness —a man made of smoke.

Sixteen-year-old Charlie Ovid, despite a lifetime of brutality, doesn’t have a scar on him. His body heals itself, whether he wants it to or not. Marlowe, a foundling from a railway freight car, shines with a strange bluish light. He can melt or mend flesh. When two grizzled detectives are recruited to escort them north to safety, they are forced to confront the nature of difference, and belonging, and the shadowy edges of the monstrous.

What follows is a journey from the gaslit streets of London, to an eerie estate outside Edinburgh, where other children with gifts—the Talents—have been gathered. Here, the world of the dead and the world of the living threaten to collide. And as secrets within the Institute unfurl, Marlowe, Charlie and the rest of the Talents will discover the truth about their abilities, and the nature of the force that is stalking them: that the worst monsters sometimes come bearing the sweetest gifts.

About the Author

J.M. Miro

J.M. Miro is a novelist and poet living in the Pacific Northwest who grew up reading fantasy and speculative fiction. He also writes under the name Steven Price. J.M. Miro is a novelist and poet living in the Pacific Northwest who grew up reading fantasy and speculative fiction.

Links for Purchase

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