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By A.G. Howard | Comments: ( 355 ) | Date: ( Jul 10, 2020 )

A lady imprisoned by deafness, an architect imprisoned by his past, and a ghost imprisoned within the petals of a flower intertwine in this love story that transcends life and death For most of her life, Juliet Emerline has subsisted isolated by deafness making hats in the solitude of her home Now, she s at risk to lose her sanctuary to Lord Nicolas Thornton, a mysA lady imprisoned by deafness, an architect imprisoned by his past, and a ghost imprisoned within the petals of a flower intertwine in this love story that transcends life and death For most of her life, Juliet Emerline has subsisted isolated by deafness making hats in the solitude of her home Now, she s at risk to lose her sanctuary to Lord Nicolas Thornton, a mysterious and eccentric architect with designs on her humble estate When she secretly witnesses him raging beside a grave, Juliet investigates, finding the name Hawk on the headstone and an unusual flower at the base The moment Juliet touches the petals, a young English nobleman appears in ghostly form, singing a song only her deaf ears can hear The ghost remembers nothing of his identity or death, other than the one name that haunts his afterlife Thornton To avenge her ghostly companion and save her estate, Juliet pushes aside her fear of society and travels to Lord Thornton s secluded holiday resort, posing as a hat maker in one of his boutiques There, she finds herself questioning who to trust the architect of flesh and bones who can relate to her through romantic gestures, heartfelt notes, and sensual touches or the specter who serenades her with beautiful songs and ardent words, touching her mind and soul like no other man ever can As sinister truths behind Lord Thornton s interest in her estate and his tie to Hawk come to light, Juliet is lured into a web of secrets But it s too late for escape, and the tragic love taking seed in her heart will alter her silent world forever International and NYT bestselling author, A.G Howard, brings her darkly magical and visual visceral storytelling to Victorian England The Architect of Song is the first installment in her lush and romantic Haunted Hearts Legacy series, a four book New Adult gothic saga following the generations of one family as haunted by both literal and figurative ghosts they search for self acceptance, love, and happiness Recommended for ages 16

  • Title: The Architect of Song
  • Author: A.G. Howard
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

A.G. Howard

1 New York Times and International bestselling Author of Gothic Fantasy Paranormal tales Mystical romantic with a side of horror YA, NA, and Literary Romance Repped by Jenny Bent.A.G was inspired to write the Splintered Series, her tribute to Carroll s Wonderland, while working at a school library Her pastimes are reading, rollerblading, gardening, and family vacations which often include impromptu side trips to 18th century graveyards or condemned schoolhouses to appease her overactive muse.How A.G Howard rates books on GoodReads I only rate or review books I enjoyed reading, and won t give any rating below 4 stars Please don t consider every high rating I give a book a personal endorsement recommendation from me My ratings here are subjective to me as an individual Even as a writer, I still have a reader s side that responds in a personal way to stories.Also, because I m a writer, I m lenient about things like style and prose I don t view books under a microscope to decide whether I deem the style sophisticated or literary enough to be a time worthy read That s not my call Every writer s voice is individual and unique I ve come to respect this truth during my own personal journey , and I ll never give a book a low rating just because the style doesn t jive with me.As long as a story takes me to another place and is well edited, I m going to give it a good rating And if, for some reason, a book doesn t entertain me or I can t get into it and don t finish it, I won t leave a rating or review at all That s my personal choice If you re considering a book I ve reviewed rated, be sure to read other reviews ratings alongside mine to help you decide if it s a read you might enjoy personally Don t rely solely upon my opinion simply because you like the books I write What I read has little bearing on what I write.Happy book hunting Author photo by pamlaryphotography

Comments The Architect of Song

  • A.G. Howard

    This is book one in my New Adult historical literary romance series with paranormal elements, slated to launch in August 2016. Please note: There are significant differences between my new adult (NA) novels and my young adult (YA) reads. I've listed the four most noteworthy ones for quick reference:(1) Origins: Unlike my YA stories, my NA series is not spun-off or based-on any classical novels or fairytales. The world/setting/characters/canon/origins are unique and completely my own. (2) Sensual [...]

  • Cait (Paper Fury)

    Being a rabid fan of Splintered and A.G. Howard in generally, I was 100% DESPERATE AND DYING to read this book. Very apt of me since this is about a ghost. (Hahha, get it? Dying to read.about a ghost?? Shh I'm hilarious.) It did take me a while to get into the story, and admittedly: Historical Fiction isn't my favourite. But the last 50% was amazing and I COULD NOT STOP READING.Basically it's a period drama / ghost story. Which suits me JUST FINE because I love ghost stories. Also fun fact: I wr [...]

  • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin

    My September Lit-Cube box came early! Yay! DON'T LOOK IF YOUR STILL WAITING ON YOURS!

  • Nouf *LostinFantasy*

    Actual rating: 3.5/5 stars. (Rounded to three stars even though I might change to four later - undecided)Okay, so this book pretty much consumed me for the past couple of days. I could not put it down until I got all the answers to this captivating and romantic ghostly mystery.The story revolves around three characters who are closely connected in a pretty complicated way that reveals itself as the story goes on. Our main character Juliet Emerline, is a girl who's just lost her mother when we m [...]

  • Wendy Higgins

    Oh my goodness!! I am blissed out from the beauty of these words. Breathtaking and romantic.

  • Stacee

    I just adore Anita's words and this was just as perfect the second time around.

  • Jen (The Starry-Eyed Revue)

    An ARC of this title was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts are my own. This review can also be found at The Starry-Eyed Revue.I was offered a review copy of The Architect of Song and being a hard-core fan of A.G. Howard's Splintered series, I couldn't say yes fast enough. This is her first "new adult" novel and it's historical fiction with ghosts and baronets and an orphaned protagonist and it's very reminiscent of Crimson Peak, which I just recently watched th [...]

  • Elise Kova

    A carefully spun narrative, delicious romance, and twists that will keep you guessing until all hours of the morning make this novel an absolute delight to read!No, really, I started this book at midnight. I finished it at 6:30am.This was one of those novels for me that I just *knew* I was going to like. In this manner, it held a similar satisfaction to sitting down at a restaurant, ordering, and the meal being served as if it had been prepared with only your tastes in mind. I delight in a sort [...]

  • Maria (Netherreads)

    This was a scandalous yet romantic novel- not really a erotica like everybody wanted, but it was a very great adventure. Review to come tomorrow!Actual Review- Spoilers may be present:Hiya Guys- Welcome To the Nether! Hey I'm going to be talk about the architect of song by AG Howard. this book really surprise me guys I'm not going to lie this is way different than what AG Howard usually writes. first of all this is an adult novel so it's going to be different either way just because of that shee [...]

  • Candace Robinson

    I really liked this one. I normally don't like books with ghosts, but this one worked for me. I liked that the main character was deaf, and I also liked the mystery of the story. I liked being able to guess what was going to happen. Now the love triangle was odd not because one was a ghost, but I still give it a five because I just love the era and the atmosphere! Full review on my blog literarydust.wordpress/20

  • Jaime (Two Chicks on Books)

    This book needs more than 5 stars!!!! Omg it was so good! It was beautiful! I need more now!!!!

  • Sabrina

    Checkout my full review on my blog!! omgbooksandmorebooks.This book was absolutely beautiful. From the first page I knew I would love The Architect of Song. The writing was haunting, tormenting and lush, all in one. Each word, phrase was intricately crafted to create a dark telling of a tragic love story that goes beyond death. This book is perfect.This book consumed me for a week. I could have finished it in one day but The Architect of Song was so achingly beautiful that I had to space it out [...]

  • Stephanie (Bookfever. ♥)

    This book was gorgeous, simply gorgeous. I had high expectations and I'm so glad they were all met. I knew this was going to be a great read but it still took me by surprise in the best way possible. The heroine of this book, nineteen-year-old Juliet Emerline was really interesting and I liked her so much. As the summary says, she is quite isolated by her deafness until she risks losing her home to Lord Thornton. A lot of mystery surround him as well as a ghost of an young English nobleman that [...]

  • Kristen

    My Thoughts: This book was so, so beautifully done. I’m a long time fan of Howard’s work and this did not disappoint in any way. I loved the characters, story and pacing. This novel was in essence a ghost story. I’ve not had the best of luck lately with ghost stories but this one was exactly what I’ve been looking for.The main character, Juliet, was so easy to relate to and I found her voice wonderful. I had no problems getting into the story and her headspace. The loss of her mother was [...]

  • Fafa's Book Corner

    Mini review:One of the best ghost stories I have ever read! Simply beautiful, haunting, and touching. Highly recommend.

  • Tracy (Cornerfolds)

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds!Initial reaction:A.G. Howard is hands down one of my top 5 favorite authors and her books are on my auto buy list! I adored her Splintered series SO much that I would basically read her grocery list. When I saw that A.G. was going to be releasing the first book in a new adult series, I knew I had to have it!! I will admit I had no idea what this book was even about when I requested a copy. I saw the cover, saw the author, and dived right in!As it turns out, [...]

  • La La

    Twists, turns, and gorgeous prose! I will say A G. Howard is the only author who can make love triangles palatable for me, and you all know how I deeply loathe them. Although this is a period story she still managed to shine a light on her love of fashion. If you like classics like Jane Eyre, you will love this book.Please don't be turned away by the NA (New Adult) classification because the intimate scenes are steamy, but not explicit.FULL BLOG REVIEW: lalatoadstone/2017/01/raI was given an ear [...]

  • Glory

    Ладно, я сдаюсь.Трижды я пыталась вникнуть в эту историю и трижды потерпела неудачу.Мне дико скучно. Персонажи не цепляют, мир не трогает, а красивые речи вызывают не восхищение, а лишь насмешливое фырканье, ибо веет от всего этого пафосом за версту.С предыдущей серией автор [...]

  • Lizzy (Bent Bookworm)

    ~*Full review on The Bent Bookworm!*~This book totally surprised me. I was not expecting to enjoy it as much as I did, though I was hoping I would. So I was delighted when this was my initial reaction:Yep. This was one giant dark truffle of deliciousness. I started it one day, and about two chapters in decided I wanted to just sit down and devour it all in one go, so I waited for a weekend day and did just that.First of all, don’t go into this book expecting something it’s not. This is a got [...]

  • Britt

    Let's talk about the Architect of Song shall we? I was very impressed with this story in general. I am not familiar with the Phantom of the Opera which the story is loosely based on. That being said it was very easy to get lost in this amazing yet slightly macabre world. I love that she went with a more historical tale as well. It was obvious that she did her research cause the imagery I got while reading seemed to suit this story to a tee. From the very beginning I felt that creepy macabre vibe [...]

  • Steysha Kravits

    DNF at 30%Insta-insta-insta-love, stupid as hell Mary-Sue and a ghost-pervert. I don`t really care about the plot, because every page made me raise my brows so high that I started to worry it`ll leave permanent wrinkles. I get that the MC`s deaf, and the ghost was the only, ahem, person she could hear, but come fucking on. The fist time she met him she was naked in a bath tube. What would be your reaction if you saw a ghost? Don`t know about you, but the only thing she was curious about was whet [...]

  • Monica

    The book overall was fun and I really liked the mystery, however the last chapter was cringey af. I also need to see if I can find some own voices reviews of it because I question how some of the rep was written.

  • Bibiana In Bookland

    Más bien 3,75⭐️Es un libro que tiene una trama muy bien elaborada, en el que vas conociendo a los personajes poco a poco, te mantiene intrigada y con ganas de ver qué sucederá, quien es cada personaje y cómo se han llegado a la situación actual. Ha tenido un par de giros que me han sorprendido, algunos me los olía pero otros han sido de golpe y me han pillado desprevenida, Jejejeje. He conocido la pluma de la autora con este libro y puedo decir que es una pluma que me ha cautivado, por [...]

  • Pili

    Anita Howard is one of my auto buy authors and every book of hers reinforces this more and more!The Architect of Song is a perfect example of a brilliantly done gothic novel. Atmospheric, enticing and absolutely captivating!The writing is as vivid and visual as it was in her previous books and it paints us clearly both settings and characters without bogging down the narrative. Very soon we are completely enthralled by the mystery and Juliet's experience through it all. Given Juliet's disability [...]

  • Bethany Crandell

    Same gorgeous prose you've come to love in AG's YA novels, spiced-up a bit in this stunning, historical NA read.

  • Dark Faerie Tales

    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick & Dirty: Beautifully written story with amazing characters, suspenseful mystery, and epic romance!Opening Sentence: Melancholy.Excerpt: NoThe Review:Nineteen year old Juliet has lived a quiet life with her mother but recently her mother passed away and it has left Juliet devastated! Ever since she was a child Juliet has been deaf and it has caused her to feel awkward in social settings! She would love nothing more then to live out her life in her chi [...]

  • Jessica | Booked J

    If you’re new to my reviews and don't know, let me catch you up to speed: I am in love with words written by A.G. Howard. I mean. Obviously. There, I said it. I’m almost positive that I would read an instruction manual titled How to Unclog Your Toilet With Your Pinky Finger if A.G. Howard wrote it (although, Anita, please don’t take this as an invitation to write said instructions--that was a weird statement even for me and I am sure I should talk to a therapist about it or whatever and I' [...]

  • Jessica Nelson

    From the moment I read this book, I loved it. Enraptured by the gothic landscape, the lush and haunting prose, and the memorable, unique characters. One of my favorite romances!!!

  • Sabrina

    I read, well more like listened to this book. the Architect of Song was my first audiobook and man was it ever stunning For the storyline itself, this book was yet another stunning enchantment created by A.G. Howard. I fell in love with all the characters. The story itself flowed beautifully and kept my interest locked in. Each secret that unfolded was crafted with such delicacy. Overall I was amazed.As for the Narrator, I was completely speechless. She did a fantastic job at executing the story [...]

  • Marie

    Find this and other reviews at Ramblings of a Daydreamer.I try really hard not to set my expectations too high with books anymore because I feel like I’m often disappointed when I built a book up in my mind. That being said, after reading Splintered and Unhinged by AG Howard, I couldn’t help but get excited and set high hopes when I read the synopsis and saw the gorgeous cover for The Architect of Song. Once I started reading, I knew within a few chapters that I was right to get excited abou [...]

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