The Requiem Red

The Requiem Red

Brynn Chapman / Jun 16, 2019

The Requiem Red Patient Twenty nine A monster roams the halls of Soothing Hills Asylum Three girls dead is endowed with the curse or gift of perception She hears messages in music sees lyrics in paintings And the

  • Title: The Requiem Red
  • Author: Brynn Chapman
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  • Patient Twenty nine.A monster roams the halls of Soothing Hills Asylum Three girls dead 29 is endowed with the curse or gift of perception She hears messages in music, sees lyrics in paintings And the corn A lifetime asylum resident, the orchestral corn music is the only constant in her life.Mason, a new, kind orderly, sees 29 as a woman, not a lunatic And as his belPatient Twenty nine.A monster roams the halls of Soothing Hills Asylum Three girls dead 29 is endowed with the curse or gift of perception She hears messages in music, sees lyrics in paintings And the corn A lifetime asylum resident, the orchestral corn music is the only constant in her life.Mason, a new, kind orderly, sees 29 as a woman, not a lunatic And as his belief in her grows, so does her self confidence That perhaps she might escape, might see the outside world But the monster has other plans The missing girls share one common threadeach was twenty nine s cell mate Will she be next

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      • Brynn Chapman

        Born and raised in western Pennsylvania, Brynn Chapman is the daughter of two teachers Her writing reflects her passions science, history and love not necessarily in that order In real life, the geek gene runs strong in her family, as does the Asperger s syndrome Her writing reflects her experience as a pediatric therapist and her interactions with society s downtrodden In fiction, she s a strong believer in underdogs and happily ever afters If her ancestry tree is true, she is a descendent of the House of Stuart.She also writes under the pseudonym R.R Smythe.Facebook facebook brynnchapman


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    1. I have no words! This was just damned awesome! I can't wait for everyone to read it! And I need book 2 now!


    2. Orphaned Jane has only ever been known as “29.” She has lived at the Soothing Hills Sanatorium since she was a young girl and it’s the only home she remembers. She’s not sure what’s wrong with her, but she hears things in the corn fields beside the asylum and when she hears music she sees colors no one else can see. She tries to hide this because at Soothing Hills a lot of patients are subjected to various forms of torture.Jules is the daughter of the esteemed Dr. Frost who is the head [...]


    3. This book takes place in an insane asylum and, yes, it's just as creepy as it sounds. The story is told from three points of view--29, Jules and Dr. Grayjoy. Patient 29, whose real name is Jane, has lived in the asylum for as long as she can remember. A new orderly, Mason, takes an interest in her and treats her as if she's normal. Jules is the daughter of Dr. Frost, who works at Soothing Hills Sanatorium. She is engaged to Willis Graceling but feels more like she's being sold to him so she's no [...]


    4. Jaunty writing, unique setting, one-of-a-kind plot, and unusual circumstances.What's not to love?Need more reasons to pick up this book?An asylum, rare medical conditions, antiquated psychological practices, underground tunnels, ravens.As an added bonus, a Scottish guy and a young, capable, very attractive doctor.The Requiem Red. You should read it.


    5. I wanted to love this book, I really did. The plot synopsis was right up my alley; I'm morbidly fascinated by anything involving antiquated mental asylums, I love horror, and the main character's ability to hear messages in music seemed like an interesting and original element to add to the mix. Unfortunately, what I actually read was not at all what I expected. The story moved at a snail's pace more often than not, the switching POVs in the narrative were often unclear and confusing, and the pl [...]


    6. The story-line of this novel was, in no uncertain terms, captivating. The pages contain a rich concoction of deception, family secrets, romance, and just a touch of magic. Splendidly written, the dialogue was almost unfailingly time-period appropriate, and the author provides a creepy, detailed, accurate depiction of life inside an asylum (particularly for women). I enjoyed this novel immensely, however, there were a couple of issues that nagged at me. First off, insta-love seemed to be a common [...]



    7. I received an eARC of this book via Prism Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of this review.I’m not really sure how I feel about Brynn Chapman's The Requiem Red. It’s not at all like I expected and I’d dare say that the synopsis is misleading. I was expecting a historical fiction with a paranormal twist. Well I got that, but the paranormal was on the light side and after reading one chapter I already knew the ending. Disa [...]


    8. Thanks to Month9Books, I received an ARC of The Requiem Red and loved it.Have you ever read a book that left you in awe, either of the writing style, the imagery, the plot, the characters? The Requiem Red has so many wonderful things going for it, but I would have to say my favorite aspect of this book is the authors master storytelling ability. From page one, I was hooked. I think part of that was because the story takes place in a sanitarium in the late 1800s. Talk about creepy.Before I go int [...]


    9. Two girls. One, patient twenty-nine in Soothing Hills Asylum (that is anything but soothing as it dehumanizes its patients). The second, the esteemed daughter of the Asylum’s head doctor. Both have catlike eyes and hear whispers of words in the music they see everywhere. But there are more problems going on their bizarre connection. There is something killing some of the other women in the asylum, all of whom were roommates with patient twenty-nine before their deaths. And the head doctor has [...]


    10. **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: bookbriefs**The Requiem Red is the first in a new, young adult series by Brynn Chapman. The Requiem Red is a fantasy/horror/suspense/historical story, and that is a mix of genres that really works well for me. I enjoyed this story a lot, and it left me pretty desperately wanting the next book. Brynn Chapman clearly excels in books with a flair towards the historical. She can paint a time period picture unlike most authors. She has a gift in [...]


    11. Review originally posted on The Book Adventures of Annelise Lestrange :)I received this copy from the publisher, Month9Books, in exchange for an honest review. Let's go :DThe Story( blurb)Patient Twenty-nine.A monster roams the halls of Soothing Hills Asylum. Three girls dead. 29 is endowed with the curse…or gift of perception. She hears messages in music, sees lyrics in paintings. And the corn. A lifetime asylum resident, the orchestral corn music is the only constant in her life.Mason, a new [...]


    12. The Requiem Red was a spur of the moment pick-up for me. I wasn't really looking for a new book to read or anything in this particular genre but it sounded like it could be good. I don't think that the back cover really does a great job of giving you an idea of what the story is really about. Yes, it does follow patient Twenty-Nine. Yes, she does seem to have the gift of perception though they do not call it that in the book. Yes, there's some kind of monster. Yes, there's a romance. But there's [...]


    13. Jane is a patient in Soothing Hills Asylum, and she has been there for as long as she can remember. Jules is the daughter of head doctor of the asylum, and she feels just as trapped in her isolated life. These two girls discover that their lives, especially their pasts, are linked.Exploring the dark side of the goings-on of an early asylum makes for a thought-provoking read. The atmosphere of the book is suspenseful, and the characters themselves are complex. And the cover of this book is just g [...]


    14. I have mixed feeling while reading the book. I felt confused, spooked, delighted and angry. What a journey! Given for an honest review.


    15. *Source* Month9Books*Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy*Rating* 4.0*My Thoughts*The Requiem Red, by author Brynn Chapman, is the first installment in an yet unnamed series. Set in the early 19th Century, Soothing Hill Sanitarium has been the only home for 19-year old Jane, aka patient Twenty-Nine. Jane doesn't know her real name, or what happened to her real family. Jane has never been on the outside of Soothing Hills because of strict regiments which keep her locked up and away from anyone who mig [...]


    16. Not my usual pick of books, but I am glad I took a chance on this one. Jane is Patient Twenty-nine in a asylum back in the 1890's. She hears voices in music, and this is what she has always thought put her in the asylum when she was five years old. Throughout the story, there is definitely a higher guiding force in play here as she learns of her past, of her family, and what the voices she hears really are. I gave this book four stars because the ending was not an ending, in my opinion. The conc [...]


    17. The premise had the potential to be soooo good but the telling of the story was incredibly confusing and ends rather abruptly. I enjoyed the book, but it has potential to be even better.



    18. The corn fieldsWhen u feel like reading this kind of book u must think what Those poor people went through. And probably not far from some truth.



    19. Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick & Dirty: Action packed story that will leave you reeling after you finish. With the adorable romance, creepy setting, and fun characters, this is sure to be a hit with all thriller fans!Opening Sentence: “Jane! Jane where are you?”The Review:Jane is known as patient 29 in Soothing Hills Asylum. She has lived her whole life in the asylum and for the most part she is a completely normal girl. Sure she hears strange music and at times sees strange t [...]


    20. Brynn Chapman's Boneseeker was the start of my love for all things Brynn Chapman. Then came The Violet Hour, and now The Requiem Red. Brynn's talent continues to grow, and each book leaves me more breathless. They are each so very different from one another, but one thing always shines through. This lady knows how to write an amazing story! I am hooked! Before moving on to the review, I just want to say one thing about Month9Books I feel like this publishing company was custom made for me. I hav [...]


    21. This was a book with a decent concept that could've greatly benefited from a good editor. There are some parts that are just so poorly written they sound like a terrible fanfic from a teenager. People roar, they weep, they're horribly overdramatic, they're described with no real subtlety or consistency. The characters drove me a bit nuts honestly, all of them were supremely obnoxious. Doctor Frost is portrayed as an overdramatic beast, manic and torturous, and yet somehow he has control over thi [...]


    22. I learned from reading Ms. Chapman’s first Month9Books outing, Boneseeker, that she clearly has a love for history and does her research so that her historical fiction has a strong basis in historical fact. To my delight, I found that this is no less the case with The Requiem Red. I absolutely love historical fiction, and it has been one of my top two favorite genres for about as long as I‘ve been reading. Depending on the time in my life, historical fiction is either my top or second most f [...]


    23. This review and more can be found at The A P Book Club!*I received an advanced copy of this book from Month9Books as a part of the blog tour in exchange for an honest review*Monsters, orchestral corn music, haunted asylums, and a little romance and mystery thrown in? I knew this book was going to be deliciously weird and that I had to get my hands on it as soon as I could! There were just so many excellent things about The Requiem Red, and Brynn's gorgeous writing had me glued to the page from t [...]


    24. Not a horrible book, but the only flaw is the pov switching which made me more confused. Would have preferred it written in third person if it consisted of switching pov so often. But the way mental illness is portrayed and seen in such times are clearly well done, with a good image of it. And also the procedures they used misguidedly that it would be of help. But some doctors are just simply horrible, and may not think that any signs of being different meant illness. Jane and Jules see the worl [...]


    25. First Impression: Love the cover, it's so pretty.This is an author I read before and enjoyed so I was looking forward to reading something else from her.I like her writing style and her characters, this book had some great characters. The Story: Is hard to explain without giveaway a lot of spoilers. It has a LOT of twists and turns. When you think you believe one thing something else makes you question what you thought.One part during the book I got really confused (closer to the end) I am not s [...]


    26. A Page-Turning Must ReadThe blurb of this book, as well as the beautiful cover, is what drew me to this book. I love books set in asylums, especially those set in times when humanity still performed horrifying acts, such as lobotomies, on people who had nobody to speak for them or defend them from such atrocities.19-year-old Jane (Patient 29) has no hope for a life outside of the Soothing Hills Asylum. As a life-long resident, the asylum is all she knows as doctors have deemed her insane for the [...]


    27. For a more in-depth review and other book-related posts, visit my blog at kourtnireads.wordpress.I received an eARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Let me start off by saying: don't read the summary of the book. Honestly, I was very confused through the first half of the book or so and felt like the book completely lacked plot because what is mentioned in the summary of the book (a monster roaming the halls of the asylum and killing patients) is really not the main focus unti [...]


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