Quinsey Wolfe's Glass Vault Book Review

Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault | Book Review

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Hey Epic Geeks. This post originally went live in May of 2017. I’m happy to announce that Candace Robinson was picked up by Parliament House Publishing. They are re-revealing the cover today (March 1st, 2018) as well as re-launching the book on June 26st, 2018! I’m so happy for Candace and proud to see her grow. She’s a wonderful author, mom, and friend.  

The review below is for the original copy of Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault Candace originally self-published. Treat this as if it’s a review of an ARC (advance reader copy) as final edits are not finished up yet. (:


Hey Epic Geeks,

Welcome to my review of “Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault by Candace Robinson. You’ve heard me mention this novel before since I did the cover reveal, but this time around, you actually get to know my full spoiler-free and spoiler opinion.

Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault is a young adult urban fantasy horror novel.

Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault is an urban fantasy horror novel. It has also been categorized as young adult, but a few spots can get gory and visual, so I personally would read at your own discretion age wise. If it’s for “young adult”, it’s not for your young teen. This is the first book of a duology (see my review for Bride of Glass here) and ends with a well-done cliffhanger. She definitely left me wanting more.

Residents of Deer Park, Texas are vanishing almost daily. A mansion appears out of nowhere with a sign reading “Quinsey’s Wolfe’s Glass Vault”. This mysterious museum is not for the faint of heart. Some people see it and some people don’t. Perrie Madeline’s best friend and her ex both go missing and she’s the last person to see them. As a suspect, she and her friend August go on a mad man’s hunt to search for them at the Glass Vault. Could this museum that seemingly vanishes day to day have anything to do with the town’s disappearances?

Spoiler Free Review

I gave it a 5-star review on Goodreads but my review is more of a 4.8 star

I had a few ups and downs with this novel but overall, I absolutely loved it. I gave it a 5-star review on Goodreads but my review is more of a 4.8 star. The character development was amazing, but the best part of this novel was definitely the world building and plot. Classic fairytales we all know and love are given gruesome twists. Horrors of our own history are relived. Only a couple points did I feel like we were in a stall, but then she’d pick it up with more horror aspect or even just a twist that you wouldn’t necessarily expect. Being her first novel, I cannot wait to see how her writing develops and what is to come in this world she’s created! Keep it up, Candace!

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Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault is officially released on May 16th, 2017, but due to a glitch in the system, you can get the paperback on Amazon now! It is being re-released on June 26, 2018

Have you read this great novel yet? What did you think? Get nerdy with me in the comments below and don’t forget to check out all of her social media!


In the mean time, keep calm and stay epic,