Book Review: The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus by Jaime Jo Wright

If you’ve been around here for a long while, you know my love for Jaime Jo Wright’s suspenseful time slip novels runs deep. As a member of her street team, I was recently able to get my hands on an advanced reader copy of her upcoming release, The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus. Let me tell you, I was mesmerized from page one. Just like with every new book of hers I read, this one notched its way up to “favorite” status. Keep reading for my full review I recently posted on Goodreads.


Jaime Jo Wright loves to read—and write—fiction with elements of mystery, faith, and romance from her home in Wisconsin. She’s a coffee drinker by day and night, lives in dreamland, and exists in reality.

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My Thoughts of The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Jaime Jo Wright has once again delivered an intriguing and heart-pounding story, cementing herself as a master of the time slip genre. Truth be told, there’s no one writing stories quite like Wright’s. This book delivers suspense, mystery, and horror amidst hope-giving truths of deep faith. In addition to the lyrical and vivid storytelling Wright is renowned for, I found the heroines of Pippa and Chandler to be particularly real and relatable. Come one, come all to the best from Jaime Jo Wright we’ve seen yet. Like watching the peculiar misfits and mayhem of the ring, it’s impossible to look away from the rare and unmistakable brilliance of The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus.

I received a complimentary copy from the author but all opinions expressed here are my own.

Available September 1

Published by Teresa Tysinger

Author of Contemporary Christian Fiction. Wife, mother, creative, and professional communicator.

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