An Artificial Night
Read Seanan McGuire's blogs and other content on the Penguin Community. Experience the thrill of the hunt in the third October Daye urban fantasy novel. October "Toby" Daye is a changeling-half human and half fae-and the only one who has earned knighthood. Now she must take on a nightmarish new... show more
Read Seanan McGuire's blogs and other content on the Penguin Community. Experience the thrill of the hunt in the third October Daye urban fantasy novel. October "Toby" Daye is a changeling-half human and half fae-and the only one who has earned knighthood. Now she must take on a nightmarish new challenge. Someone is stealing the children of the fae as well as mortal children, and all signs point to Blind Michael. Toby has no choice but to track the villain down-even when there are only three magical roads by which to reach Blind Michael's realm, home of the Wild Hunt-and no road may be taken more than once. If Toby cannot escape with the children, she will fall prey to the Wild Hunt and Blind Michael's inescapable power.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2010-09-07
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: October Daye (#3)
when Toby's friend's stand to reclaim her, yeah, I totally teared up. this will go in as "Dark and Stormy Night" for Bingo, I'll have to actually check in on it later to see if this gets me my 5th bingo or not. This would also fit for "Halloween" due to a significant event within the book. Poss...
Note: Even tho this is Book 3 in the series, it works mostly fine as a stand alone. Several side characters were introduced in the previous books but one can get the gist of the main character’s relationship to them without having read them. In this installment of the series, changeling Toby is call...
Don't let my rating fool you: I really enjoyed this book. But the repetitiveness? HOLY SHIT was it ever annoying. This series is quickly becoming a favorite and I absolutely adore October (so far *crosses fingers*), but the amount of times she explained that she can't say "thank you" was so irritati...
I have a rule, any book that can make me laugh and make me cry gets 5 stars. This one fits that rule. Tybalt always makes me laugh and I got sniffly a another part. There was a bit of repetition ("I'm not a hero") but I may have noticed it more because I was listening to audio. I was disappointe...