Murder of Crows
Publish date: March 4th 2014
Pages no: 448
Series: The Others (#2)
I like this series. I particularly like reading about how the others think about humans, “meat,” I find that very funny in a disturbing way.
As a human residing among the Others of the Lakeside Courtyard, Meg Corbyn should be barely tolerated prey, but her abilities as a cassandra sangue make her something more. The appearance of two addictive drugs has sparked violence between the humans and the Others in nearby cities. So when Meg ha...
I really wanted to read this series, and unfortunately it seems my library has roughly every other book in a format I can use. So I started with the second book, Murder of Crows, but I don't think I had too much trouble figuring out what was going on. Back in the winter, in Written in Red, Meg Co...
I liked this book just as much, if not more, than the first book in the series. I love all of the wonderful characters in this book but I also was really drawn to the story. Meg has really sparked a lot of change in Simon and her world. I now completely understand why so many people love this ser...
Murder of Crows - Anne BishopThis is an author that can build a world beyond our imagining, yet make something unbelievable seem perfectly sensible. This second book is as wonderful as Written in Red was. You will again be left thinking "what if?" or, "I recognize these people" . You will want to be...
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