Publish date: July 6th 2010
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 299
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
This book starts with Kitty Steals the Show, the Kitty Norville book published in 2012. Stay with me. Vaughn was doing a signing in a small town in Alabama a few hours drive from here. A friend, who is also a huge fan, had just returned home from her father's funeral and needed . . . something. So w...
Different in tone from her Kitty books. This takes place in the future. The world is very unsettled, Russia is bombed, Seattle too. Average citizens have to go through checkpoints, carry ration books for staples, report all strangers, and know where their gas mask is. The story goes back and forth b...
3.5 This urban fantasy was one of the most original story lines I've read. It had a touch of fantasy, adventure, mystery, and myths and they come alive. It was interesting the people of myth and history that the author chose to write into this book. It is a tale of time, and the effects of magic and...
Audiobook. Narrator did a really good job but the book itself, I didn't really care for. I have read so many "true" origins of the mythological gods and goddesses that I get bored as soon as you say Zeus or whoever. I'll stick with what Sherrilyn Kenyon says and everything else I'll just let my m...
After her mother's murder, Evie Walker left her small hometown and began writing comics. Her stories about a US military ops team are very popular, particularly since they feed into the culture of paranoia and armament that the US has become in the wake of repeated terrorist attacks. But when her ...