BookTunes: Required Listening for Fans of Tamsyn Muir’s LOCKED TOMB TRILOGY

Inventory Manager, Gina, like many of us here at BookPeople, is a huge fan of Tamsyn Muir’s Locked Tomb Trilogy. In celebration of the release of Harrow the Ninth, we’re sharing a playlist of tunes that Gina finds pairs well with the roller-coaster ride that is this raucous sci-fi caper. Enjoy!


9781250313225_89301We’ve got some major Gideon the Ninth fans here at BookPeople and we’ve been anxiously awaiting Harrow the Ninth‘s release because we couldn’t wait to share the experience of the book with you. These big, beautiful books are the fastest I’ve read anything in a long time because I just could not put them down. Every page is a totally unique, hilarious, kind of insane adventure that begs you to keep reading until you’re done. And even then, it’s tempting to start it all over again.

Harrow the Ninth is like trying to drink soup on a roller coaster in the dark and also the soup is probably trying to kill you. What I mean is, it’s a blast. The cast of characters, like the first book, totally enamored me. They captured my attention until I finished the entire thing in two sittings. Harrow doesn’t know what’s happening. We don’t know what’s happening. God doesn’t know what’s happening. Just buckle up and enjoy the ride.

Brief words can only go so far to describe these books, so I put together a playlist in lieu of being able to fully explain the dark, necromatic, meme-filled wonderland that is The Locked Tomb Trilogy.

Listen on Spotify now:


Gideon the Ninth and Harrow the Ninth are now available to order online at bookpeople.com

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