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Tag: rachel caine

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Quickie Reviews

It’s that time again to round up all the books I’ve read but not reviewed. These are a mix of readathon reads and books I picked up for challenges and didn’t feel compelled to write full reviews for. Links go…

Fantasy

Ink and Bone

Imagine a world where the Great Library of Alexandria still stands and Gutenberg’s press was suppressed leaving the great institution as the gatekeeper of the written word. That’s where Rachel Caine’s Great Library series is set. Oh and England is…

Fantasy

Devil’s Due

Devil’s Due is the sequel to Devil’s Bargain and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. Ben McCarthy is getting out of prison and Lucia Garza is there to welcome him…and offer him a job. The private…

Crime Fiction, Fantasy

Devil’s Bargain

Ex-cop Jazz Callender is trying to drown her sorrows in a biker bar when James Borden walks into her life with a strange offer. Dressed in brand new, squeaky leathers, she can’t take him serious but he’s offering $100,000 for…

Fantasy, Young Adult

Carpe Corpus

You may remember when I was flying through the Morganville Vampires series, reading them back to back for some light relief. I had to force myself to put them down at the end of Lord of Misrule to get back…

Fantasy, Young Adult

More Morganville

I promise I’m going to have a break from Morganville for a while but these are definitely not standalone books and it’s hard to tear yourself away from the story when each one ends in a cliffhanger! In Feast of…

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Morganville Continued

Whilst the blog may have a been a little quiet this week, I’ve been ploughing through Rachel Caine’s Morganville Vampires series and am now on the fourth book (did I say, blame Hannah?). Not only are they easy reading but…

Fantasy, Young Adult

Glass Houses

Claire is only sixteen but she’s clever and has been accelerated in school twice so she’s heading off to university early. Whilst she got accepted to several top schools, her parents think she’s too young to go out of state…

Fantasy

Windfall + Firestorm

Since I got back from my holiday, I’ve really struggled to concentrate on reading (is that a symptom of jetlag?) so I returned to the Weather Warden series for a bit of light entertainment. Those of you not familiar with…

Fantasy

Ill Wind / Heat Stroke

I’ve treated my self to a weekend of guilty pleasure reads, first with the latest Karen Chance and then by starting a new urban fantasy series, Rachel Caine’s Weather Warden books. Joanne Baldwin (nice normal name for a change) is…