Comments: 12
Elentarri's Book Blog 4 years ago
For me the appearance of the ex-wife was annoying. I was really hoping she would get eaten ASAP and we could get back to the "normal" stuff.
Mike Finn 4 years ago
Eating the ex-wife would certainly have increased my enjoyment of the this book.
Debbie's Spurts 4 years ago
Ditto. The way Adam and the pack put up with the ex -- ugh! Of course, Mercy couldn't actually hurt the kid's mom...
Midu Reads 4 years ago
The next book would probably feel as flat too :-(
Mike Finn 4 years ago
Oh dear. I hate it when that happens.
Midu Reads 4 years ago
White Hot by Ilona Andrews failed to impress me too!
Elentarri's Book Blog 4 years ago
I think the next book is ok, but the second to last one was a bit meh. The lastest novel was different.

Have you tried anythig by Seanan McGuire? Indexing or the October Daye series?
Midu Reads 4 years ago
No but October Daye has been on my TBR for a long time! Good books?
Mike Finn 4 years ago
I just read the first October Daye, "Rosemary and Rue" and I'm hooked. I like that it's a world in which actions have consequences.
Elentarri's Book Blog 4 years ago
October Daye is really good - it's one of only 4 sets of unfinished series I'm bothering with. The others are Dresden Files, Mercy Thompson and the almost finished Wars of Light and Shadow (which is a different kettle of fish as it's an Epic Fantasy and not Urban Fantasy).
Midu Reads 4 years ago
Awesome. Thanks for the rec. I'll move it up the TBR!
Elentarri's Book Blog 4 years ago
You might like to try novels by Janny Wurts too - the stuff she wrote by herself, not with Raymond E. Feist. I suggest starting with the standalone novels or the trilogy or even her book of short stories. The Wars of Light and Shadow are rather long and really need to be read one after the other because little things in the beginning are important for things that happen further on.