Battle Hill Bolero
In the third in the “richly detailed and diverse” (io9) urban fantasy series, the time has come for the dead to rise up against the shady powers-that-be... The time has come for the dead to rise up... Trouble is brewing between the Council of the Dead and the ghostly, half-dead, spiritual,... show more
In the third in the “richly detailed and diverse” (io9) urban fantasy series, the time has come for the dead to rise up against the shady powers-that-be... The time has come for the dead to rise up... Trouble is brewing between the Council of the Dead and the ghostly, half-dead, spiritual, and supernatural community they claim to represent. One too many shady deals have gone down in New York City’s streets, and those caught in the crossfire have had enough. It’s time for the Council to be brought down—this time for good. Carlos Delacruz is used to being caught in the middle of things: both as an inbetweener, trapped somewhere between life and death, and as a double agent for the Council. But as his friends begin preparing for an unnatural war against the ghouls in charge, he realizes that more is on the line than ever before—not only for the people he cares about, but for every single soul in Brooklyn, alive or otherwise...
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2017-01-03
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Bone Street Rumba (#3)
I wasn't exactly planning to read this one. Last year, I read the sequel, which I loved. And didn't feel like there was back-fill I needed from the first volume. I thought I'd just continue on from the second book. I've learned all the wrong things from Dresden books. Recently, I started Battle ...
The dead now rise… up. The Council has had its own way for too long. Too many souls have been lost. Too much injustice has been swallowed. The Remote districts, the rebels, the dispossessed are rising up – war is coming. Of course Carlos, half dead, memoryless and very much adrift – is in the mi...
Battle Hill Bolero (Bone Street Rumba #3) / Daniel Jose Older This book.This fucking book.I just can't even come up with the words to review it, so please bear with me.Battle Hill Bolero is angry and joyous and lyrical and triumphant.Book one was good, book two was great, and this book is why you ...
Battle Hill Bolero by Daniel José Older Bone Street Rumba. Half-Resurrection Blues. Midnight Taxi Tango. Battle Hill Bolero. From the titles alone, it's clear how important an influence music is on Older, and his love of rhythm and texture can be felt through the pages. Sure, it's a story about gh...