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Jane Doe gets a couple of surprises when Victoria O’Henry turns up dead. The first is that someone has killed the scion of the local werewolf pack and most powerful family in town. The second is that her brother is the prime suspect.
Now that Fi knows the truth about the mysterious man she had been caring for and the uncle who raised, she has to start coming to terms with the truth about herself. That will be easier said than done as she and her quasi-boyfriend Zeke are pursued by ancient gods, demons and monsters. But they have some gods on their side as well…
Technically this one is a little bit of a cheat since I fell in love with Neverwhere before it was a book. But since it’s the book I’ve come back to again and again, I think it counts.
For most pirate captains, the thought of joining forces doesn’t come naturally. But with the various towns friendly to them being burned to the ground, someone has to make a stand and unite them in the face of the threat. Captain Drake Morass intends to be that man, by any means necessary.
Despite some reservations, thanks to a rather unusual interview, Kendra accepts a job as a private librarian. Her new boss wants her to curate the library of the mansion he’s recently purchased, with particular attention to the occult section hidden somewhere inside. But, as Kendra uncovers more of the libraries contents, she comes to realise that the mansion holds even more secrets.
Task has seen more than enough of war in his four hundred odd years. But it is what he was made for. He is bought and sold as a weapon and he has to obey his master. But this latest war and the friendship of a young girl are making him question things. Can a stone golem really change?
I’ve been thinking a fair bit about reading series lately. That’s been a good chunk of my recent reading (or listening, as the case may be) and I thought this would be a good time to get some of my randomish thoughts on this down.
The day the lands of the Rhen feared has come. The people of the Darklands are massing on their borders, ready to invade. And this time, leading them is Darien Lauchlin, the man responsible for stopping the last attempted invasion.
It may seem a bit ghoulish to say I love a book that gives a fictionalised account of a real-life murder but it’s the truth. As hard as the subject matter and the characters are, there’s something I find fascinating about The Black Dahlia.