The Sleepwalkers by J. Gabriel Gates

The Sleepwalkers

The Sleepwalkers by J. Gabriel Gates is a great book to read during the Halloween season. It’s got ghosts, an insane asylum, and one scary-ass clown. The characters felt a little flat, and I had a hard time with the third person present POV, but the book is very cinematic. I could totally see this … Continue reading

Magic Bleeds by Ilona Andrews

Magic Bleeds is refreshing for its grittiness. In a genre full of hunky werewolves and friendly vampires, Ilona Andrews has created a dark landscape full of ugly monsters and terrifying people. Kate has a secret. She’s the missing daughter of Roland, the creator of vampires, and the most powerful man in the world. She’s hiding … Continue reading

Kim Harrison’s “Black Magic Sanction”

The eighth book in Kim Harrison‘s Rachel Morgan series, Black Magic Sanction reels the reader in slowly at first. But as problem upon problem leap at Rachel, the pages begin to turn faster and faster. Black Magic Sanction begins with a quick trip to the grocery store. Sounds harmless, but not for shunned witch Rachel … Continue reading

Patricia Briggs’ Moon Called – vampires, werewolves, coyotes, oh my!

In Moon Called, Patricia Briggs creates a thrilling community of werewolves, vampires, witches and other magical creatures that have been hiding from the human world. Until recently.

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