Waiting On Wednesday: Outtakes From the Grave by Jeaniene Frost

Posted November 25, 2015 by Stephanie in Waiting On Wednesday / 11 Comments

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking The Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that I’m eagerly anticipating.

Outtakes From the Grave by Jeaniene Frost
December 22nd 2015


Revisit Cat and Bones in this companion anthology to the Night Huntress series, and see what could’ve happened.

With deleted scenes, alternate histories, forgotten side-plots, additional love scenes, and increased personal revelations, this anthology is the culmination of the decade’s worth of hidden work that author Jeaniene Frost put into Cat and Bones’ story. Paring those stories down to the essential plots and characters was a ruthless process, but in the end, it was worth every strike of the pen. The Night Huntress series went on to be a New York Times bestselling series, winning awards, spawning several spin-off series, and amassing a cult following across the nation. Here Frost has amassed all of her extra writings from the first four books in the series which have been heretofore hidden away on old disks and CDs, in long-forgotten emails, and guarded behind password-protected files to reveal what could have been.

I’m super excited for this book because I (obviously) love the Night Huntress series and was so sad when the last book of it came out last year. So I’m really looking forward to reading this companion book. More Cat and Bones is always awesome! β™₯

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11 responses to “Waiting On Wednesday: Outtakes From the Grave by Jeaniene Frost

  1. Uhhh, I didn't even know about this! To be honest, I haven't even read ALL the books yet … and I don't remember anymore where I stopped, ahhhh. I loved them though! Cat & Bones are AMAZIIIING! β™₯ Thanks for sharing this!

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    Yvonne @ A World Between Folded Pages

  2. I hadn't heard of the book you mentioned having read before but this sounds like a pretty good book. Even when series ends, its so good that we can have companion novels as well, right? They can be lifesavers <3

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