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by Kim Harrison
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Afterwords rated it 7 years ago
Why is this series so popular? Normally, I don't rate books I DNF. However, since I DNFed this one because I couldn't really stand it, I felt like I would be forgiven for passing judgment in the form of stars.I've been really looking forward to reading this book. I heard so many great things abou...
La Mala *the mean girl*
La Mala *the mean girl* rated it 7 years ago
Reseña PendienteSúper entretenido!___--------------Hace una eternidad que tengo ganas de empezar esta serie!Ni bien termine todos los libros que tengo en la lista de currently reading voy a empezar la lectura sin respiro y de principio a fin de The Hollows. (13 libros no son naada)
bookaneer rated it 7 years ago
Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison Book Reaction (not a full review) I've been meaning to read Dead Witch Walking for a while, and when I found it on audio at my library, I snatched the opportunity. I'm glad I did. Harrison has an addictively readable style, and her worldbuilding felt both fun ...
No More Booklikes, BYE
No More Booklikes, BYE rated it 7 years ago
Both Slow World Building Starts, Both Favorite series
mrmapcase rated it 8 years ago
The reason that I liked this is because it’s a true action/adventure type of novel, with fantasy and paranormal aspects added in. Most books about paranormal subjects are just romance novels with fangs.
Fantasy is More Fun
Fantasy is More Fun rated it 8 years ago
My Initial Reaction… I read Dead Witch Walking about a year ago and devoured it. Now that Kim Harrison is doing a read-along I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to reread the series and review the books as I go. The second time around I liked this book even more than the first time and...
Nichole ~ Bookaholic
Nichole ~ Bookaholic rated it 8 years ago
The Blurb Rachel Morgan is a runner with the Inderland Runner Services, apprehending law-breakers throughout Cincinnati. She's also a witch, one of the many Inderlanders who revealed themselves after a genetically engineered virus wiped out 50 percent of humanity. Witches, warlocks, vampires, werewo...
If wishes were horses...
If wishes were horses... rated it 8 years ago
Reviews in less than 150 words... Rachel is a "runner". She works for a law enforcement body that hunts down supernatural beings that break the law. On the outer with her superiors she decides to quit and strike out on her own. They are glad to see her back, but when she takes Ivy, a vampire and J...
The Book Frog
The Book Frog rated it 8 years ago
Kim Harrison's Cincinnati is located in a United States in which witches, vampires, werefolk, and other creatures formerly thought of as inhabiting fable and fiction live side-by-side with humans. Or they have for the last forty years, since "The Turn," when humanity decimated a large percentage of...
Book-o-Craze rated it 8 years ago
Actually I gave this book 3.5 stars. It got me quite confused as to whether I liked it or not. The writinng was good, and made me understand well the heroine and her perception of the world. But, her decisions were more than crazy, and I don't know how she succeededto survive throughout the book, an...
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