Draw One in the Dark
Publish date: 2006-11-01
Publisher: Baen Books
Pages no: 310
Edition language: English
Series: Shifters (#1)
Between a three and a three and a half. In a lot of ways routine, not really original nor striking in its style or characterizations, but a fun, light, diverting read. I was never bored, and if romantic fantasy or urban fantasy is something you enjoy, I'd give this a try. At least instead of were wo...
This is romance-ish. The heroine likes a guy, then doesn't, then likes him. At the end she says they've been kissing off and on but even though they are living together, they're not jumping into sex. The story itself took me a while to enjoy. At about halfway I didn't want to put it down but until t...
This is the first book in a great series. It has very interesting characters, and provides quite the ride.
I really liked this book. It had a few drawbacks, but it kept me intrigued the whole way through. One problem, I think, is that for the first half of the book we're dealing with two protagonists who are so isolated and fearful of entanglements with other humans that we get a lot of inner monologue. ...
A serviceable entry in the urban fantasy universe. There were a lot of good things mixed in.