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by Faith Hunter
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Angel's Guilty Pleasures
Angel's Guilty Pleasures rated it 3 years ago
Black Arts Series: Jane Yellowrock #7 Author: Faith Hunter Genre: Urban Fantasy Publisher: Roc Release Date: January 7th 2014 Format: Paperback Pages: 325 Source: Library Jane Yellowrock is a shape-shifting skinwalker who always takes care of her own—no matter the cost... When Evan Truebloo...
Debbie's Spurts
Debbie's Spurts rated it 3 years ago
Created a bookclub for Faith Hunter's Jane Yellowrock series at http://booklikes.com/groups/show/987/series-jane-yellowrock if anyone is interested. Not trying to assign a "monthly" read schedule to each book because everyone is at such different places in the series. Joining will collect member ...
PG's Books
PG's Books rated it 5 years ago
Black Arts is another enjoyable book in the Jane Yellowrock series. Jane herself is very much my style of character now when she has settled in her role as a rather bad-ass chick and, especially, that her “secret” of being a Skinwalker is out so that she is not tip-toeing around her friends as well ...
Julie Doe
Julie Doe rated it 6 years ago
I have been reading this series from the very beginning and the latest installment certainly does not disappoint. Other reviewers have summarized the plot, so I won’t repeat that; I’ll just mention some of the things that I liked about this book: 1. The Everheart’s are back. I really like Molly, E...
Casperfitz
Casperfitz rated it 6 years ago
5 I love Jane Yellowrock STARS!I always enjoy a awesome storyline that comes together, lots of exploding action and surprises.... mixed with intense emotions! And this is definitely one of those! Jane Yellowrock never disappoints!In Black Arts, Molly, Jane's best friend that is a witch, goes missin...
sunsetxcocktail
sunsetxcocktail rated it 6 years ago
I received a copy from Netgalley and the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. Admittedly I requested this one on a bit of a whim when I was browsing through Netgalley. I've heard of the author, I've read one of her books before (even though I wasn't that impressed with it) and I've heard of t...
The Library Lass Booklikes Blog
The Library Lass Booklikes Blog rated it 7 years ago
Black Arts is the fast-paced and surprisingly fulfilling seventh installment in Faith Hunter's Jane Yellowrock series. The book maintains the momentum of the series while beginning to resolve some of the central conflicts from previous installments in the series. This is a must read for any Jane Yel...
Liv's Reads
Liv's Reads rated it 7 years ago
Another enjoyable Jane Yellowrock adventure! As usual, there is a little something that keeps this series from being a 5 star rating for me. I'm starting to think it's just a accumulation of a bunch of tiny things. Let's start with my dislike of Evan Trueblood. From the first time we met Big Eva...
Jamie's Book Blog
Jamie's Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
Black Arts lives up to it's title!!! Jane Yellowrock is a shape-shifter, a Cherokee Indian, and a skinwalker who always takes care of her friends, regardless of personal sacrifice. When Molly, Jane's best friend goes missing and Molly's husband Evan Trueblood turns up at Jane's doorstep one nig...
Rain on Roof
Rain on Roof rated it 7 years ago
This was a total heroine story. There's not often a book I enjoy that doesn't have a focus on the relationship. This however centred around Janes growth and development as a character and less on the love life. It was compelling and had real moments of tension as Jane comes to some realisations and ...
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