The Bride of Glass review

The Bride of Glass | Book Review

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Hey Epic Geeks,

Welcome to my review of “The Bride of Glass by Candace Robinson. I’m extremely excited to share with you both the amazing cover reveal and a full review. All of my reviews have a non-spoiler and spoiler section.


The Bride of Glass is a urban fantasy horror novel

It is the second book to Quincey Wolfe’s Glass Vault. This novel is classified as new adult, but I didn’t find it as mature in the horror areas as I did the first novel. If it’s for “young adult”, it’s not for your young teen.

In the first novel, residents of Deer Park, Texas are vanishing almost daily. There was a mysterious museum that appeared out of no where. To find out more about Quincey Wolfe’s Glass Vault, please go read my full review. You should definitely read Quincey Wolfe’s Glass Vault before picking up The Bride of Glass.


And now for the cover reveal … isn’t it gorgeous?

I love purple and teal … and both novels in this duology have those colors! I love the little trinkets throughout that hint at the story. <3

The Bride of Glass by Candace Robinson

Non-spoiler section

As far as The Bride of Glass goes, I absolutely loved this novel. It left me hanging on the edge of my seat and not wanting to put down my book. I gave the first book a 4.8 star. Until about halfway through The Bride of Glass, I would have landed it about a 4 star review, but the book definitely picked up and averaged it out at a 4.5 star review, 5 stars on Goodreads.

There was great character development throughout the duology

I feel like some of the after-math of the horror could have been amped up. It felt like she wanted to show more PTSD but shied away from going full fledged. There was a lot of focus on nightmares though. I loved a lot of the character descriptions and overall the way characters interacted with each other, including some back story. I can’t really give much more info without spoilers so go read the two books and come back for the spoiler section.


“The Bride of Glass” Spoiler section


Great job Candace, keep up all of the amazing work. I can’t wait to see more from you!

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Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault
The Bride of Glass
Hearts Are Like Balloons 

  • Mariah Kaercher

    That cover <3