A Curse So Dark and Lonely (Cursebreaker Book 1)

“We are not always presented with the choices we want, but choices exist nonetheless.” ― Brigid Kemmerer, A Curse So Dark and Lonely

A Curse So Dark and Lonely Parents Guide, Age Rating | Cursebreaker, 1
A Curse So Dark and Lonely Parents Guide, Age Rating | Cursebreaker, 1

A Curse So Dark and Lonely Parents Guide and Age Rating

A Curse So Dark and Lonely is the first book of Cursebreaker book series written by Brigid Kemmerer an American bestselling author of young adult fiction.

In a lush, contemporary fantasy retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Featuring a high-school senior with a bad leg from cerebral palsy and also a raft of family troubles, she finds herself snatched to the kingdom of Emberfall. Where Prince Rhen has been forced to relive the autumn of his 18th birthday 300 times now, which always ends in gore as he turns into a monster.

Book Name A Curse So Dark and Lonely
Author Brigid Kemmerer
Series Cursebreaker
Genre Fantasy, YA, Romance
Age Rating 14+
Language English
Date of Publication January 29th, 2019
No. of Page 484
Publisher Bloomsbury YA


A Curse So Dark and Lonely Age Rating

A Curse So Dark and Lonely rated 14+. There’s a lot of dark stuff, violence also romance, and drama.

A Curse So Dark and Lonely Parents Guide

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A Curse So Dark and Lonely

This book contains very minimal sexual themes and nothing describes them, a kissing scene.
Two young men are in a romantic relationship.
There was some gore and violence depicted and hand-to-hand combat.
Description of thoughts of murder and suicide. 
There is a description where there was a room full of blood described quite well, but the main character comes in right after and it turns the situation.
There is mention of rape and suicide.
Rhen’s monster side is responsible for untold gore and destruction, including the slaughter of his own family and an unknown.
The violence wasn’t too descriptive besides some wounds described and one or two slight torture scenes but it wasn’t too bad, might scare younger kids.
Characters occasionally drink wine, and one character gets drunk.


A Curse So Dark and Lonely Official Storyline

Fall in love, break the curse.

Cursed by a powerful enchantress to repeat the autumn of his eighteenth year, Prince Rhen, the heir of Emberfall, thought he could be saved easily if a girl fell for him. But that was before he turned into a vicious beast hell-bent on destruction. Before he destroyed his castle, his family, and every last shred of hope.

Nothing has ever been easy for Harper. With her father long gone, her mother dying, and her brother constantly underestimating her because of her cerebral palsy, Harper learned to be tough enough to survive. When she tries to save a stranger on the streets of Washington, DC, she’s pulled into a magical world.

Break the curse, save the kingdom.

Harper doesn’t know where she is or what to believe. A prince? A curse? A monster? As she spends time with Rhen in this enchanted land, she begins to understand what’s at stake. And as Rhen realizes Harper is not just another girl to charm, his hope comes flooding back. But powerful forces are standing against Emberfall . . . and it will take more than a broken curse to save Harper, Rhen, and his people from utter ruin. (Publishers)

“Failure isn’t absolute, just because you couldn’t save everyone doesn’t mean you didn’t save anyone.”
― Brigid Kemmerer, A Curse So Dark and Lonely

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“The choices we face may not be the choices we want, but they are choices nonetheless.”
― Brigid Kemmerer, A Curse So Dark and Lonely

Official Website: brigidkemmerer.com

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