Publish date: April 10th 2012
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Sentinels of New Orleans (#1)
I really enjoyed this book. Thank you whoever recommended it because I loved it. I'm planning on reading more of the series. There are glimpses of a romance but who knows who the lucky guy is. Usually I want some sort of choice before books end, but it really didn't bother me that there wasn't. Can'...
I have never read a book written by Suzanne Johnson but it won't be my last. I'm almost sorry that I read this book because now I will have to get the rest of the series. It is an urban fantasy novel. I enjoyed following Drusilla's tale. I don't think that they should have killed off her father. I w...
New Orleans in the aftermath of Katrina. Magic and wizards. Betrayals and gods. Historically undead pirates and ultra-modern guns. It’s not a surprise such an unholy mix resulted in a marvelously fresh urban fantasy novel. The protagonist Drusilla (I hate the name by the way) is a young wizard in Ne...
The best thing about this book was the build-up and aftermath of Katrina. I thought it was well done. The rest? Eh. The pacing was a bit slow, picking up more at the end. I don't think any of the main characters Drusilla (whoops! I mean DJ), Jake, and Alex were particularly memorable.
I like a good story set in Louisana. It seems that UF series and Louisana go well together. Here are a few if you are looking for UF set in Louisiane: Mark of the Demon, Skinwalker, Black Dust Mambo and of course Dead Until Dark.The setting, the historical undead (an undead pirate), voodoo, Baron Sa...