View our feature on Shannon K. Butcher’s Running Scared. The thrilling third novel in Shannon K. Butcher's new urban fantasy series... Lexi Johns has one purpose: to free her best friend from the hands of the Sentinels. And the Sentinel she has been running from for months, Zach, has one... show more
View our feature on Shannon K. Butcher’s Running Scared. The thrilling third novel in Shannon K. Butcher's new urban fantasy series... Lexi Johns has one purpose: to free her best friend from the hands of the Sentinels. And the Sentinel she has been running from for months, Zach, has one goal: to convince her that their destinies are entwined. For the magic that Zach has absorbed could destroy him if he doesn't find the woman to channel it for him. And he knows Lexi is the one...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 4th 2010
Pages no: 373
Edition language: English
Series: Sentinel Wars (#3)
Another nice read in this series. So far I am enjoying these a lot more than I expected. The world is pretty unique and I like the way this author spins a story. Each book tells more about the central plotlines keeping each book new and fresh. So far they aren't feeling as repetitive. This is d...
This is a fun series. It has interesting world building that I have not read the likes of before. And it has characters that are very relatable. The main storyline is the romance of the couple in each book, but the fantasy elements play an important role. This book expanded the world of the Senti...
Although I was looking forward to Lexi/Zach's book, it's my least favorite of the series.Very long winded & a bit annoying.
I have gotten stingy with five star reviews. But I had to give this book one. It took me to this point where I couldn't stop reading this series if I wanted to. There isn't one thing that made this a five star book. But a culmination of things. Characterizations:Zach--He is a real sweetie. A ver...
Running Scared by Shannon K ButcherYou may want to try to read this first before you’ve tried any of the other books; and while there is enough information in it and details to make it possible to be read alone, I would not suggest it. It is much more satisfying to read them together, but perhaps p...