Night and Silence
From Seanan McGuire's blog: It is with the utmost delight and no small amount of profound relief that I announce that the next three October Daye adventures have been acquired by DAW Books. That takes us all the way to thirteen, a benchmark I dreamt of but never thought I'd really reach.The next... show more
From Seanan McGuire's blog: It is with the utmost delight and no small amount of profound relief that I announce that the next three October Daye adventures have been acquired by DAW Books. That takes us all the way to thirteen, a benchmark I dreamt of but never thought I'd really reach.The next three books are:The Brightest FellNight and SilenceWhen Sorrows Come(For the c
Publish date: 2018-09
Edition language: English
Series: October Daye
October ‘Toby’ Daye’s fragile self-made family is on the verge of coming apart at the seams and Toby is floundering unable to help the people she loves the most heal. She needs a distraction, but what she doesn’t need is the abduction of her estranged human daughter, Gillian. There’s no question of ...
An exciting and fast paced addition to the series. I do wish they would hurry up with the wedding and I really dislike Gillian. Too bad she might be a permanent fixture in the subsequent books.
I was sure I wrote this up already. How did I take over a month to get this up? Something is wrong with me . . . --- “Um, this IS Toby,” sald Quentin. “We’re always about to die. When we’re not about to die, we’re still about to be about to die. She’s like a Rube Goldberg machine whose only job is g...
Night and Silence (October Day #12) / Seanan McGuirePreviously reviewed: Once Broken Faith The Brightest Fell Oh Toby.When I began my review for The Brightest Fell, I remarked from the start that it felt like the book marked a turning point, that we had hit a new stage, that debts were starting...
I requested to review this because, d’uh, it’s Seanan McGuire and I have a lot invested in this series, even if it had been making me cranky. So I didn’t even read the blurb before I dove in. Imagine how much crankier I got when I saw that once again Gillian was being kidnapped. Eye rolling and foo...