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text 2019-03-16 23:10
Reading progress: 55%.
Chimes at Midnight - Seanan McGuire

"He smiled against my lips. When I pulled back, he said, “I was a student of Shakespeare centuries before the romance novel was even dreamt. Be glad I do not leave you horrible poetry on your pillow, wrapped securely around the bodies of dead rats.”"

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review 2019-03-16 23:06
Review of "Chimes at Midnight" (October Daye, #7) by Seanan McGuire
Chimes at Midnight - Seanan McGuire

As usual for the series, I enjoyed this one.


This far into the series, hard to review without repeating things I've already said about previous books. A very grim situation -- villain addicting changelings to a drug -- for Toby to deal with in this entry. Yet, somehow a calmer, less dark book than previous. Maybe because she was calmer, secure in her relationship with the King of Cats, mentoring a squire, etc. Moved a lot faster on figuring out things like who was behind the drug and how to handle the Queen of the Mists--there was a lot more floundering and TSTL moments in previous books. Some prickly relationships seemed easier as well.


Series is still going strong for me; looking forward to reading book #8.

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text 2019-03-16 22:02
Reading progress: 83%.
Chimes at Midnight - Seanan McGuire

"She should have been writhing in agony.

 

 

Instead, she was just looking for something she could hit.

 

I knew I liked her for a reason."

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text 2019-03-16 21:31
Reading progress: 63%.
Chimes at Midnight - Seanan McGuire

"The Queen should have thought bigger. Because as long as any of us were free, she was finished"

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text 2019-03-16 10:43
Reading progress: 47%.
Chimes at Midnight - Seanan McGuire

"Sometimes the books migrate when they feel they’ve been out of their sections for too long, and then I have to figure out where they’ve shelved themselves."

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