Today, I'm embarking on little bit of a new venture. I'll be reviewing a couple (or three or four, my mileage will I am sure vary) books a month over at Dear Author. These will be urban fantasy and parnormals, and I am so thrilled to be leading off with the first book in an urban fantasy series that took over my life the minute I started it. Make sure to drop by today to see what I thought of J.C. Daniels' Blade Song.
I can't quit Jennifer Echols . Not that I really try that hard, but I read her new ones and often feel as though I'm still searching for that one in possession of that certain something that will make me feel the way Going Too Far did. Like I couldn't put it it down. And definitely like I didn't hate either of the main characters after the fact. Well, I found it with Such a Rush . I read this 300+ pager in a single night, which clears up the question of whether or not I couldn't put it down. And I finished it definitely not hating either of the main characters. I didn't finish it loving them both unreservedly, though. I loved Leah with my whole heart from page one and that never changed. My feelings regarding one of the Hall brothers remain complicated. More to come on this in a bit. On a side note, I'm delighted that Such a Rush is Ms. Echols' hardcover debut. It's a meticulously designed book, a pleasure to hold in my hands as I stayed up way
Wooooo! You're such an awesome addition to DA, Angie! :)ReplyDelete
Aw. Thanks, Sarah!!Delete
Oh, Jess. You have got to read the second one NOW.ReplyDelete
I've got a road trip planned next month, so I'll be loading up the Kindle. That will be on it, along with half a dozen other books I've been dying to get to. Finally going to finish my first Molly Harper novel (which I am loving to pieces), and read The Lies of Locke Lamora, Flowers in the Attic, and Old Man's War if all goes according to plan.ReplyDelete