Publish date: November 25th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 343
Edition language: English
Series: Infected -4 (#4)
“Here was a man who would never truly be at peace with himself, because he wasn't just a man, but he wasn't a lion either. He was and forever would be the unholy combination of both.”“He deserved to die as he lived, neither here nor there, torn between human and other.”Freefall was absolutely wonder...
4.5 StarsOh Roan - our favorite grumpy PI with a sensitive side is back and he really needs to get his shit together. Some time has passed and he and Dylan are now officially official, but he's still wallowing in guilt and self loathing. To me he's a walking contradiction. He hates his lion but als...
There are many aspects that I love about Speed's writing. She has a way of developing strong and well developed characters and her descriptions pull you right into the story, but unfortunately, it’s not all good. She has a tendency to tell rather than show and merely summarizes large portions of the...
There was a definite change in pace here from the previous ones. There was some more show than just plain tell (although in all fairness, it was sort of 'told', just most the stuff was at least actually told by characters and not a disembodied narrative voice, so I wasn't left feeling so off about i...
Another great read in this series! I have to admit, while I like Dylan, I still love Paris. And Holden is basically kick ass. :)Glad I had most of these books already, as the endings just kind of end with no real resolution. On to the next!