Connor Grey is a druid consultant for the Boston PD on their "strange" cases. So his world is turned upside down when he suddenly finds that he himself has become one. Wrongly accused of a terrorist attack that rocked the city to its core, Connor evades arrest by going underground, where... show more
Connor Grey is a druid consultant for the Boston PD on their "strange" cases. So his world is turned upside down when he suddenly finds that he himself has become one. Wrongly accused of a terrorist attack that rocked the city to its core, Connor evades arrest by going underground, where rumors of war are roiling. A final confrontation between the Celtic and Teutonic fey looks inevitable-with Boston as the battlefield...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 31st 2012
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Mystery
Series: Connor Grey (#6)
This was the final book with Connor Grey, and I thought it was a very satisfying ending to the series. There were a few twisty-ish surprises and a few resolutions I was unsettled about but after thinking about it they do make sense. I don't want to go into too much detail for fear of spoilers, but...
This is a book that seemed to be trying too hard and simultaneously not trying hard enough, as the first half was slow and the second half was hella fast. Refreshing your memory of Celtic mythology before you read it wouldn't be amiss.
I will miss Connor Grey. In many respect I loved this character with his flaws, this bitter man but with supporting friends that actually helped him. This book ties the series together with deeds left undone and actions that should have taken place. We finally know what is Connor Grey. There were a ...
*Rating* 3.5*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Review*"I reflect on my life as I must, sorting through things done well and things not, and things not at all. Deeds of valor and of fear, of strength and weakness, love and hatred. All the deeds of my life parade before me. Undone deeds mock me. Deeds undone make ...
Even though there were some things that I wasn't fully pleased with execution-wise, on the feeling level, this is a five star book for me. I'm going to be thinking about the ending for a while. It's been a crazy ride with this series!Reviewed for Bitten by Books. http://bittenbybooks.com
Share this Book