Men of the Otherworld
Publish date: January 27th 2009
Pages no: 369
Edition language: English
Series: Otherworld Stories (#1)
I'm doing a re-listen to this book. I so love this narrator's voice of Clayton. He gets an A++ for his job. I love this series and this book.
These are four connected stories rather than a novel set in Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series. As that title for the series suggests, those books, a baker's dozen to date, are almost all told from a female perspective, and usually first person at that. The series is in a connected universe,...
I liked this more than I expected. I guess I thought it was random short stories about various men in the series, but it's really just the story of Jeremy and Clay.
If you're a fan, you've got to read this. So many goodies for the mind of Clay, Jeremy, even Malcolm
This review is only for Kitsunegari, since I read Infusion, Savage and Ascension when they were on Kelley's website for free. I think I already knew some of the things about Jeremy's mother's people. Them being able to become foxes seemed familiar somehow. It might be in one of the books, I'm not su...