Reasons to Read Forestfall by Lyndall Clipstone [TBR And Beyond Book Tour]

We’re pleased to be hosting today’s Forestfall Book Tour by Lyndall Clipstone, hosted by TBR and Beyond Book Tours.

About the Book:

Synopsis:

Some oaths can never be broken…

The curse that haunted Lakesedge Estate has been broken, but at great cost. Violeta Graceling has sacrificed herself to end the Corruption. To escape death, Leta makes a desperate bargain with the Lord Under, one that sees her living at his side in the land of the dead.

But this world of souls and mist hides many secrets. And when Leta realizes she is still connected to Rowan by a tethering spell, she will risk everything— even her soul— to try and reach him.

Torn between power and love, life and death, Leta struggles to keep hold of her humanity as she falls further and further under the spell of the world Below… and the Lord Under.

Content Warning: Body horror; Gore and blood (including a description of wounds); Discussions of death and grief; Descriptions of drowning and deep water; Drowning-related imagery; Self-injury


5 Reasons to Read Forestfall

If you think Forestfall sounds like an interesting read to you but you need more persuasion, then check out my top five reasons to read this novel…

1. It’s gripping

The novel has an action-packed, fast-paced tone. This means you’ll find it difficult to put down! If you’re looking for a read that you can binge, then this is a great choice.

2. It has demisexual themes

Usually, with romance novels, the protagonist falls head over heels from first sight. This type of romance is not only tiresome but it’s also unrealistic. Demisexuals feel the need to form an emotional bond before engaging in physical intimacy, which is way more relatable and realistic. If you’re looking for a romance novel that you can actually relate to, then this is the book for you.

3. It’s the second book of a series

If you read the first book, Lakesedge, then you’re going to want to find out if Leta saves Rowan, and herself…right? 

4. The characters are relatable

Too often with fantasy novels, the characters are so far beyond our imaginations that it’s impossible to picture yourself in the story. But with Forestfall, the characters are imperfect, each with their own flaws and messes that the reader can empathize with.

5. You learn about Rowan’s POV

For fans of the first novel, you’ll remember it featured mostly Leta’s point of view. In Forestfall, you get to learn Rowan’s point of view and finally understand how he feels.


About the Author:

Lyndall Clipstone writes about monsters and the girls who like to kiss them.

A former youth librarian who grew up running wild in the Barossa Ranges of South Australia, she currently lives in Adelaide, where she tends her own indoor secret garden.

She has a Bachelors in Creative Writing and a Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Management.

Her debut novel, Lakesedge, has been published in three countries, was a Dymocks Books bestseller, and has been nominated for numerous awards. The sequel, Forestfall, will publish in 2022.

She is represented by Jill Grinberg at Jill Grinberg Literary Management.

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Tour Schedule

September 26th
Nine Bookish Lives – Interview
Gwendalyn’s Books – Review

September 27th
Stuck in Fiction – Promotional Post
Books Over Everything – Review
Forever In A Story – Top 5 Reasons to Read Forestfall & Mood Board

September 28th
Epic Book Society – Promotional Post
Balancing Books And Beauties – Review & Mood Board

September 29th
Never Hollowed By The Stare – Promotional Post
A Part of Your Book World – Review & Playlist

September 30th
The Book Dutchesses – Promotional Post
Avni Reads – Top 5 Reasons to Read Forestfall

October 1st
And On She Reads – Review
One Book More – Review & Favorite Quotes
Betwixt the Sheets – Promotional Post

October 2nd
thisbellereadstoo – Review & Favorite Quotes
BookBriefs – Review

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Editor/Founder - Epic Book Society

Louisa is the founder, editor, and head honcho of Epic Book Society. Once a published poet at the age of 7, she aspired to become a journalist, but that career hit a wall so here she is writing about books instead. When she's not writing about books, she's teaching English to primary school kids around the world.

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