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Publish date: March 14th 2012
Pages no: 304
Edition language: Hungarian
Series: Mercy Thompson (#2)
I was initially going to read this for the demons square for Halloween bingo, however, it includes werewolves and I decided, two birds, one stone. If you have been following my reviews you know that I devour the Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson books. I have all of the books either via ebook or o...
I enjoyed the Audiobook for Blood Bound. I've previous read this story and own the eBook. I liked it all over again. Full review to come
I love this series pretty hard. Mercy is such a great combination of strength, courage, and vulnerability and doesn't let her many suitors get in her way. Yes, she has many suitors it seems. Normally, this would aggravate me. Right now, it feels like it's legitimately explained through the relative ...
Mercy Thompson is becoming on of my favourite Urban Fantasy series, partly because Mercy herself is exceptionally likeable without being in the least bit saccharin and partly because the books can be read as entertaining adventure or as an extending insight into the complexity of dealing with abusiv...
I've only posted about a couple of the books in this series, since I read most of the series before starting this blog, it feels strange not to have old posts to go back and steal from. How do I do this concisely, now? I mean this should be one of the longest posts I've written, if I was going to do...
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