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Choker - was good but the animal cruelty bugged me.
Persona Non Grata - was really good if you've read the first two it would help.
Wildthorn - was good as well.
of the three, perhaps Wildthorn might be something for you? I have yet to write up the review for that one but it was a good read :)
Hi there dreamer! OMG... your question is such a hard one for me to answer. For the past three months I've been soooo caught up in different series that at the time of reading each series has been my favorite flavor of the week! Each time I found a new author of a series I would immerse myself into the series totally and not read anything else until I had finished all the books in the series. But here goes:
1. Michelle Sagara's Cast in Chaos series
2. Mike Shepard's Kris Longknife series
3. G. A. Aiken's Dragon Kin series
also Ghost a'la Mode by Sue Ann Jaffarian this is basically a paranormal cozy mystery, but I really did enjoy it. Since they are styling it "the
Granny Apple mysteries" I'm assuming that it will be a series.
Of course, there are more... but I think I will stop here!
Hi, sorry I didn't see your question earlier.
I would definitely recommend Faithful Place by Tana French if you like crime novels/mysteries. It's not my usual genre, but her books were recommended by someone at work. Faithful Place is her third book, and by far the best. You don't need to read her first two books, as all three are stand alone. I do recommend her other books, though. Some of the characters are the same, just not the same story.
Any suggestions for me?
I have been expanding my reading circles lately, which is good. I did just finish reading Geek Love, which is a brilliant, sick book about a family that breeds its own freak show. I highly recommend it! I also just read The Heroes by Joe Abercrombie which was excellent, although very, very violent. Right now I am reading Patrick Rothfuss' second book The Wise Man's Fear. The first book is The Name of the Wind. If I think of anything else, I will let you know. Oh, Have you ever read Freda Warrington? Her first book Elfland was great. Please let me know if you read anything I should know about! Cheers!
Both Charles Todd books were excellent. If you like chick lit, Save the Date was a lot of fun and well-written. Honestly one of the best books I've read recently was Fairy Haven and the Quest for the Egg. It's a Tinker Bell story, but it was shockingly well written and the story had such depth. I read it with my daughter, and it was one of the best books we ever read together.
it was ok. The first one was better. I'm not sure i will keep up with this series. I haven't really had time to read much. This quarter has been crazy. Have you read Beastly? i liked it. It's a modern day retelling to beauty and the beast. it is being turned into a movie.