Omens (Cainsville Trilogy)
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Publish date: 2013-08-20
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 320
Edition language: Deutsch
I want to read everything Kelley Armstrong writes. I was excited to hear that she had begun new series, even though I love the Women of the Underworld. To my surprise, in our library system these were not in Fantasy, but Thrillers. And yes, the fantasy content was quite small, but it definitely w...
Olivia Taylor-Jones comes from a wealthy family and has had a life of privilege. But then everything changes when she learns that she’s adopted, and her biological parents are infamous serial killers. The ensuing scandal drives Olivia from Chicago to a small town called Cainsville. While trying to r...
*Cross-posted on Goodreads and Wordpress. After reading 11 chapters I decided to put this down and return it to the library. Not because it was terrible - the writing hooked me from the start, and the characterization was detailed, delivered via "show" rather than "tell", but it was obvious to me ...
Cainsville is like a missing link between Kelley Armstrong's Otherworld and Nadia Stafford series: There's a bit of supernatural stuff, but generally it's more about crime. Maybe it's because Omens is the first in a trilogy, but at times it feels like it goes off on tangents. It also seems a bit lon...
Just placed my order for this one. I am so excited to read it!!! 20/8I want more! When is the next one out??? :)