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Seanan McGuire
Seanan McGuire is a native Californian, which has resulted in her being exceedingly laid-back about venomous wildlife, and terrified of weather. When not writing urban fantasy (as herself) and science fiction thrillers (as Mira Grant), she likes to watch way too many horror movies, wander around... show more



Seanan McGuire is a native Californian, which has resulted in her being exceedingly laid-back about venomous wildlife, and terrified of weather. When not writing urban fantasy (as herself) and science fiction thrillers (as Mira Grant), she likes to watch way too many horror movies, wander around in swamps, record albums of original music, and harass her cats.Seanan is the author of the October Daye, InCryptid, and Indexing series of urban fantasies; the Newsflesh trilogy; the Parasitology duology; and the "Velveteen vs." superhero shorts. Her cats, Lilly, Alice, and Thomas, are plotting world domination even as we speak, but are easily distracted by feathers on sticks, so mankind is probably safe. For now.Seanan's favorite things include the X-Men, folklore, and the Black Death. No, seriously. She writes all biographies in the third person, because it's easier that way.

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Tellulah Darling
Tellulah Darling rated it 1 week ago
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...
Moonlight Madness
Moonlight Madness rated it 2 weeks ago
This book was 0% Aeslin mice. It also seemed like it lasted forever. I kept reading and reading and then I would look down and see 42%. We did finally get a bit more information about Mary and Antimony's powers. However, I can't say that I've been as impressed with the last few books as I was a...
Lillelara
Lillelara rated it 4 weeks ago
This book didn´t work for me for the first 70% of it. The storytelling was too slow, there was no chemistry between Verity and her love interest (that´s my personal opinion), the ballroom dancing episode was weird and the actual threat had a very unthreatening feel to it (and don´t get me started on...
Moonlight Madness
Moonlight Madness rated it 1 month ago
I usually love Seanan McGuire - the InCryptids series is one of my all time favorites, and what I've read of October Daye I've liked. I loved the first book in her Wayward Children series, Every Heart a Doorway. Everything about Indexing should have worked for me - I liked the concept of the fairy...
theguywhoreads
theguywhoreads rated it 2 months ago
Where Every Heart A Doorway shows us a world where doors are open to the hearts of children that leads to home instead of the real world we live in, Beneath the Sugar Sky answers the questions why these doors exist and how time plays its role in it. The third book of the Wayward Children series cont...
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