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text 2017-06-23 20:11
Just in from My Fairy Librarian ...
Etched in Bone - Anne Bishop

I'm not sure if the emoticon should be excited or sad since presumably the last of the original series.  But I sure have been anticipating this one.  

 

Just downloaded ebook from public library waitlist and will soon disappear into Meg's world.

 

Taking a page from YouKneeK, I'll also mention my planned next read.  

 

NEXT UP:  

 

Breath of Heaven (Well of Sorrows) (Volume 3) - Joshua Palmatier,Benjamin Tate 

Breath of Heaven, sadly also presumably the last in series that had gotten truly exciting.

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text 2017-06-15 01:32
Finished it!
Etched in Bone - Anne Bishop

And I'm sad because it was the last one in the series.

 

The one thing that annoyed me was how long it took for the bad guy to get what was coming to him. They should have just let Tess do her thing and it would have prevented a lot of the trouble that happened later. But I suppose that would have made the book only about 20 pages long.

 

I think my favourites are the Crowgard. I would love to go shopping at Sparkles and Junk, and hang out with Jenni and Starr, as long as they promised not to eat my eyeballs.

 

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text 2017-06-14 01:13
Reading progress update: I've read 230 out of 397 pages.
Etched in Bone - Anne Bishop

want cukkies

 

There can't be many people who would get away with admonishing the Elders for being rude.

 

want cukkies, please

 

 

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review 2017-06-08 02:42
Etched in Bone - Anne Bishop

I don't read a lot of fantasy but this is one of my favourite series. Every time I pick up the latest instalment, I'm struck again by the incredible imagination & world building of this author. She has turned vamps, ponies, crows, wolves & intuits into real "people" you come to care about deeply.

All of the books work as pure entertainment. But if you care to ponder them on a deeper level, you'll find an allegory for the world we live in. Societal issues such as racism, prejudice, xenophobia, war & family drama are all dealt with, albeit in a slightly furrier way.

There are many reviews out there already so all I'll say is I highly recommend this complex, multi-layered story. And don't even think of starting here. This is one you where you need to start at the beginning (Written in Red).

 

 

         

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text 2017-06-07 13:21
Ooooooh! (again)
Etched in Bone - Anne Bishop

It's like buses. You wait ages for one, and then three turn up at once.

 

Not only will I be picking up White Hot tonight, but Etched in Bone is also waiting for me.

 

Which one to read first??????

 

 

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