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review 2017-01-14 08:00
White As A Raven's Wing
White as a Raven's Wing - Seanan McGuire

This is (so far) the last part about Ryan and Istas, but I would like to see more of them in the future. This story features Istas and the cruel world that she came from.

Interesting short read.

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review 2017-01-13 20:00
Black As Blood
Black as Blood - Seanan McGuire

Not focusing on the Price family, this short story rather follows Istas and Ryan as they go through a daunting phase in any relationship, let alone when being two different kinds of Cryptids.

Another nice story, but I didn't like it too much as some of the characters were extremely prejudiced.

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review 2017-01-13 08:00
My Last Name
My Last Name - Seanan McGuire

My Last Name and most of the other short stories from the InCryptid series can be found for free on the authors website.

This (too) short story bridges the gap between Waking Up in Vegas and the beginning of Chaos Choreography, where Verity and Dominic return to the Oregon compound and Verity hasn't told anyone yet of her recent marriage.

A nice short, although I would have loved it to be a bit longer, because I think this is the last of Verity we'll see for some time.

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review 2017-01-12 08:00
Swamp Bromeliad
Swamp Bromeliad - Seanan McGuire

This short story I really liked. It brings Verity and Dominic back to where it all started for the Healy/Price family. There was a nice story (perhaps because it was slightly longer than most of the other shorts) but it was sad to see what had become of the house.

Still, I would certainly recommend it.

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review 2017-01-11 20:00
Snake In The Glass
Snake in the Glass - Seanan McGuire

Snake in the Glass returns to a familiar setting for those who have been following the short stories that have been published on Seanan McGuire's web site and which can be all found there for free.

I liked the Chicago hotel when I first read about it, and liked it again this time. Now, I'm not an expert in American geography but it doesn't seem to me that via New Orleans and Chicago is the easiest route from New York to Portland.

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