Publish date: January 27th 2009
Publisher: Ace Books
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Connor Grey (#3)
Well, this series is picking up steam for me. It started clicking in #2, and this one, the 3rd in the series, keeps going strong. This one deals more with the Convergence, a cataclysmic event that brought the fey into the human world, with no foreseeable way to get back. No spoilers intended, but...
Another good installment in the Connor Grey series. Like orannia, I didn't think the romantic relationship added anything to the story.
As usual, the book starts a little slowly but the pace increases soon and by halfway through, I couldn't put it down. I love Connor. I love how del Marco is able to show me Connor's deepest feelings with very little telling. I love how equal the genders are. I love Meryl and I know why Connor cares ...
Plot Summary: In the alleys of the decrepit Boston neighborhood known as the Weird, crime scenes show signs of residual magic, but the Guild, which polices the fey, has more “important” crimes to investigate and dumps the case on human law enforcement.Boston police call in Connor Grey, a druid and f...
In the third book of the series, damaged druid Connor Grey finds himself juggling between: a series of investigation by the representative of High Queen Maeve about the events that happened in Forest Hill (the previous book), a moving forward of his relationship with researcher extraordinaire Meryl ...
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