Dark Flowers
Dark Flowers - Caytlyn Brooke
Caytlyn Brooke
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Caytlyn Brooke
Caytlyn Brooke
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ISBN Numbers:
Hardcover: 978-1-946848-85-7
Softcover:  978-1-946006-09-7
Ebook:        978-1-948540-69-8
LCCN: 2016954062

Page Count: 196
Release Date: 10/21/2016
Fiction | Horror
Book Information
Hardcover, Softcover, Ebook, Audiobook
Hardcover, Softcover, Ebook, Audiobook
Hardcover, Softcover, Ebook, Audiobook
Hardcover, Softcover
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"…a spine-chilling horror story where its twist-filled plot will ensure that fans of the genre find it very difficult to put the book down… It is one of the dark stories that made me uncomfortable to read it at night."
— Readers' Favorite
"…a work of paranormal fiction so utterly haunting and undeniably eerie it’s sure to tingle your spine."
— Literary Classics
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Book Information & Awards
Winner: Silver Medal, YA Paranormal/Horror 2017
Also received a Standard of Excellence Award Winner
Literary Classics Book Awards
Hardcover, Softcover
Ebook, Audiobook
Winner: Gold Medal, YA Horror 2017
Readers' Favorite International Book Awards
"…a haunting story that the reader will not soon forget. Vivid descriptions allow the reader to see the swamp in both of its incarnations—as everyone sees it, and the sparkling silver wonderland that is the domain of the fairies."
— InD’Tale Magazine
Winner: Bronze Medal, YA Horror/Mystery 2017
Moonbeam Book Awards
Life at St. Agatha's School for Girls is anything but a fairy tale. With ratty blankets and a torturous device called the box, Eliza is desperate to escape. When she attempts to leave the school with her best friend, Millie, they discover something in the Louisiana swamps that may be even more dangerous than the orphanage—a world of silver-and-black fairies.

But Eliza doesn't trust the sparkling beauties, and she’ll do anything to protect Millie. The only problem is once Eliza remembers her own terrible secret, it will be impossible to forget.
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Honorable Mention
Science Fiction/Fantasy 2018
Royal Dragonfly Book Awards
"If you are a fan of YA or a fan of dark fantasy, then this book is for you. It has everything that makes up a great story. Strong characters and a smooth well thought out storyline"
— House of 1000 Books
"…the perfect dark version of a fairy-tale…such a fun and creepy book! It's very hard to put down because you want to keep reading to find out what happens next!"
— Reatta Abraham, The Druids Desk on Instagram
"…does not disappoint. Genre-bending and extremely satisfying, I could not put this down. Great for fans of VC Andrews!"
— Tammy Goodwin, Educator at the University of Hartford
"…dark and intense! And I absolutely loved it!! It was a wonderful, unexpected read! I loved how unique and disturbing it was!!"
— Mandie Gibson, Goodreads and NetGalley Reviewer
"Debut novels don’t get much better than this! Dark Flowers is a fairy story with a deliciously dark twist."
— Shelley Wilson, author of Hood Academy
"This was such a creepy book. I loved it. "
— Kayla's Wordsmithy Book Blog
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"…an amazing read, it had me on the edge of my seat…"
— Rhonda Choi, Rhonda in Bookland on Instagram
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"This is a creepy read that will make you never think of fairies in quite the same way again."
— J.S. Bailey, bestselling author of The Chronicles of Servitude series
"This was so dark and twisted. I could not put this book down."
— Karen, Goodreads Reviewer
"If you're looking for the perfect spooky book to curl up with as a snowstorm swirls outside, look no further. Dark Flowers is the perfect dark version of a fairy-tale…"
— Ashley Gillan, Goodreads Reviewer
"…sure to satisfy the most discriminating reader…Dark Flowers is quite an accomplishment for a first novel…"
— John Darryl Winston, author of the IA series
"Wow, what can I say...Dark Flowers is jaw-droppingly unique! "
— Chloe, Goodreads Reviewer