The Darkling Thrush
Publish date: April 5th 2010
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 149
Edition language: English
3.5 starsGood story. A bit information dump overload at times and a bit rambling. I enjoyed the characters though. And I'm just plain a Lanyon fangirl.
Josh Lanyon in his usual goodness. There was one thing I found hard to believe [spoiler] (that the MC took so long to figure out the book was inside the tomb - it seemed pretty obvious) [/spoiler] , but otherwise, this was an interesting and well-written story. I liked the main characters [spoiler] ...
Josh Lanyon in his usual goodness. There was one thing I found hard to believe (that the MC took so long to figure out the book was inside the tomb - it seemed pretty obvious), but otherwise, this was an interesting and well-written story. I liked the main characters (although I still have doubts ab...
3 stars. Not my favorite Lanyon book by a long shot. Started to enjoy it after the halfway point, but I really just didn't get the romance. Septimus went from being condescending to being in love? I just didn't see it. (maybe if they spent more time together in the novel? I don't know)The writing wa...
The book geek in me loved the premise of an outsider librarian going off the range after making a colossally bad workplace decision. Colin Bliss, young, talented and naive makes a whopper of bad judgment call and then realizes he has to live with it for a year. A very long year. Until an opportuni...
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