Lockruf der Toten
Publish date: 2011
Pages no: 544
Edition language: Deutsch
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Women of the Otherworld (#7)
AudiobookI started this series and loved it but started skipping around not reading the secondary characters' stories. So although I have the book, I listened to the library's audiobook instead. I really enjoyed it. I loved seeing how Jaime Vegas (stupid name by the way) and Jeremy took their relati...
Kelley Armstrong always tells a good story but some stories are much more compelling than others. A story like “Bitten” grabs you by the throat and drags you into a the world of werewolves. “No Humans Involved” takes your arm and distracts you pleasantly for a while but isn’t going to change your li...
I'm a fan of Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series. One thing that makes the series different is that its told from different perspectives--usually female and written in first person. The first two books are narrated by Elena, a werewolf, the next two by Paige, a witch and so on. I rathe...
I read this first out of all the Otherworld series by Kelley Armstrong. I have to admit that it is my favourite because it includes werewolves and necromancers. Dangerous animals and people who can talk to the dead somehow go together perfectly.
Interesing addition to the series. Jaime Vegas is a necromancer working as a medium. Trying very hard not to expose too much on TV and to anger her co-stars on a program designed to see if they can find out how Marilyn Monroe died. Things don't go to plan and she finds herself embroiled in a tric...
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