The Wild Ways
Publish date: November 1st 2011
Pages no: 295
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Urban Fantasy
, Adult Fiction
Series: Gale Women (#2)
"The Wild Ways", the second book in the Gale Women, series was a fast, fun read that had me grinning most of the time. The experience reminded me of reading a really good Terry Pratchett book: on the surface there is a constant stream of humour, based on word play and the bizarre juxtaposition of ...
Very readable - but didn't like it as much as the first in the series.
Is it fair to compare one work against an author's entire body of work? I think so, but not everyone agrees. A. Lee Martinez discussed the "not their best work" review at http://www.aleemartinez.com/bestish/blog/14082012/ Ultimately, had Huff not impressed me with the first in the Gale series, The E...
3.5 out of 5 stars
Tanya Huff is one of my go-to authors for a nice light read. The Wild Ways is another fitting entry into the current resurgence of "urban fantasy" where magic works and the Fae really exist in what is otherwise a 21st century world. It was a perfect thing to read on a day when I was "under the wea...
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