Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 31st 2013
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Edie Spence (#4)
This was by far one of the most exciting and horrific novels I have read in a long time. This novel went a long way from a speculative fiction novel and straight on to a horror novel. This was something I would have expected Stephen King or one of his ilk to concoct.I must warn you that this novel ...
While Alexander's Edie Spence series is still going strong it will be going on without me. I have become one of those people who can now walk away from an ongoing series if it jumps the shark or loses steam or my interest shifts. I've liked and still do like Edie but Deadshifted didn't work for me...
While Alexander’s Edie Spence series is still going strong it will be going on without me. I have become one of those people who can now walk away from an ongoing series if it jumps the shark or loses steam or my interest shifts.I’ve liked and still do like Edie but Deadshifted didn’t work for me.I ...
The book started out strangely, Edie was very whiny and would freak out with these unbelievable comments. I was feeling very sorry for Asher. Then about a third of the way in the book started getting better. I'm not sure how I feel about the ending. 2-1/2 stars
This is one of the few series, my dear readers, where each consecutive book is much stronger than the previous one. Kate Daniels by Ilona Andrews is another series that comes to mind.Cassie Alexander likes shaking things up. Her heroine not only goes from bad to worse, she also changes locations and...