Tangled Webs (Black Jewels, Book 6)
The invitation is signed “Jaenelle Angelline,” and it summons her family to a special soirée. But when her guests enter the house, they find themselves trapped in a living nightmare created by the Black Widow witches—and if they try to use Craft as protection, they risk being sealed in the house... show more
The invitation is signed “Jaenelle Angelline,” and it summons her family to a special soirée. But when her guests enter the house, they find themselves trapped in a living nightmare created by the Black Widow witches—and if they try to use Craft as protection, they risk being sealed in the house forever.But Jaenelle did not send the invitation. And now she and the rest of her family must rescue the others inside—and then find out who has created such a place, and why...
Publish date: 2008-03-04
Publisher: Roc Hardcover
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
What an annoying mess. It wasn't horrible*, but it had no meat, no new developments, and it spun around in place. If they'd fought the war in this mindset they would've been crushed. Only thing I did like some was Rainier in the beginning, and despite most of the book following him and Surreal, a ...
It's so much better to get an impression of an authors work when you've read more books within a series. Some books are good some books aren't. Some books act as fillers between other books... There's always a different feeling and interpretation of a read but one thing doesn't change with Anne Bish...
Reread in January 2013Re-read in March 2011.
This book is very rushed, and shouldn't be a novel at all. It would have fit very nicely in a anthology like Dreams Made Flesh as a short story. But there's really not enough material to make this into a novel, and it shows. Also, her normal attention to detail is lacking. When the second landen chi...
This book was such a fun read!!It contains most of the usual characters from the The Black Jewels Trilogy: Daughter of the Blood, Heir to the Shadows, Queen of the Darkness, and they're all being their usual fun-cool selves. The story itself is more of 'a day in the life of' and the little troubles ...