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The Asylum Interviews: Bronx (The Asylum Tales, #0.5) - Community Reviews back

by Jocelynn Drake
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99 problems, and a book ain't one
99 problems, and a book ain't one rated it 9 years ago
This short story was AWESOME! Jocelynn Drake has created an interesting world with the Aslyum books, and I can't seem to get enough! Both the Asylum Interview stories were quick reads, but very fun! I thouroughly enjoyed hearing how Bronx got his start at Asylum, it was a truly enjoyable story. I ca...
StephB
StephB rated it 9 years ago
Interesting peek into Drake's new series. I love that this new world is full of all sorts of supernatural begins and look forward to reading more.
Liv's Reads
Liv's Reads rated it 9 years ago
1 of 2 short story prequels to Angel's Ink. Interesting story an intro to Gage and his friend Parker and new employee to his tattoo parlor Asylum, Bronx.Didn't feel like it revealed anything significant though.
Feelingfictional
Feelingfictional rated it 9 years ago
The Asylum Interviews are two prequel novellas for Jocelyn Drake's new Asylum Tales series and this first story Bronx gets us off to a great start. The author has created what looks to be a promising world full of an interesting selection of paranormal creatures from warlocks and witches through to ...
My ParaHangover
My ParaHangover rated it 10 years ago
I’ve been a fan of Jocelynn Drake’s ever since Kim Harrison said she liked Drake’s books because her vampires actually had bite and didn’t sparkle. I read Ms. Drake’s entire Dark Days series (before I was blogging) and I absolutely loved how menacing, calculating and truly vampire-ish her character...
Literary Escapism
Literary Escapism rated it 10 years ago
I love novellas or short stories. They can be the perfect introduction to a new world if done right or they can leave you wanting more, which can be both good or bad. Thankfully, Jocelynne Drake has not only given us a fantastic glimpse into her Asylum Tales world with Asylum Interviews: Bronx, but...
Red Hot Books
Red Hot Books rated it 10 years ago
Jocelynn Drake gives us our first look into her new Urban Fantasy world of the Asylum Tales with this engaging novella. Our main character is Gage, a tattoo artist and wielder of magic, who shares his story in the first-person. It all begins as he wakes up on the floor of a nasty bar bathroom, shak...
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