Through the Veil
Publish date: 2008-06-03
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Veil (#1)
Not sure what to think about this one so no rating. I'm not recommending for or against. The elements were there. I liked the writing style. It wasn't the same old insta-lust fated mate crap some urban fantasy -- which genre maybe this was or wasn't since mostly in a parallel dimension -- subst...
Like another reviewer this really sounds like a book I'd love. A woman who wakes up every morning with mysterious bruising and vague memories of battles fought and won, a strange society that's both more advanced and more fraught than ours. A romance that's quite well drawn. But somehow it didn...
Me and this book we just could not make it. It was not bad or anything I personally could not bring myself to care so by page 65 I called it quits.
I feel that whatever genre Shiloh Walker tackles she delivers a story where great characters can be found. THROUGH THE VEIL introduced me, not only to a new world, but also to a magnetic and attention grabbing pair. Most of the times when I begin a new paranormal series it takes a bit of time for me...
I wonder where Ms. Walker comes up with her ideas. This is a great fresh world she's created. I loved this new series. The warrior princess is great. Ms. Walker is a talented writer.