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Review: Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop

Review: Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop

November 10, 2017 Reviews 2

Well….I don’t even know where to begin. I was so excited to read Etched in Bone by . I mean seriously guys, I was super excited. I devoured the first part of the series. I loved the off-beat humor, Simon and Meg, the Courtyard….all of it. I had extremely high hopes for the ending of the series, but y’all….it was SO boring! Almost 500 pages and really I can’t tell you what the plot was, it moved so slowly. The premise of Etched in Bone is that the Elders, the big scary Others who even the scary ones living in the Courtyard are scared… Read more »

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Waiting on Wednesday #85 – Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop

Waiting on Wednesday #85 – Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop

January 4, 2017 Features 9

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we are all eagerly anticipating. This week I’m eagerly waiting on Etched in Bone by , the last book in . I’m excited and sad about this. I didn’t start reading the series until last year and devoured the first four books in quick succession. I’m ready for the next one but I’m not ready for it to end. I love these characters and the urban, paranormal world the author has created. The characters are so realistic in their actions and instincts. I… Read more »

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Review: Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop

Review: Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop

April 7, 2016 Reviews 0

That was one intense read!!! Marked in Flesh by is the fourth book in and picks up almost right where the last book ended. The Elders have declared a breach of trust between the humans and Others, but have asked a question of Simon before they carry out their punish. The question “how much human do we want to keep?” has kept Simon up several nights. Not wanting to worry Meg, he keeps this question to himself. Losing one of the Crowgard and one of the police officers in their “human pack” has left a bad taste in Simon’s mouth. But with… Read more »

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Review: Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop

Review: Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop

March 31, 2016 Reviews 2

Vision in Silver by is the third book in and reveals the building tension between humans and the terra indigene. At the end of the last book, the cassandra sangue are saved from their captors and are now living among the Others and Intuits. Like Meg, many are addicted to the euphoria they feel from cutting and Simon has charged Meg and her “female pack” with defining limits and ways to help the young girls that were saved. With their focus on the blood prophets, the terra indigene miss the growing poison of the Humans First and Last movement that is sweeping through Thaisia. Oh my goodness… Read more »

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Mini-Review: Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop

Mini-Review: Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop

February 11, 2016 Reviews 3

I am seriously in love with ‘s ! This series is just so much fun!!! In Murder of Crows, the author picks up a couple of weeks after the end of the last book. Meg Corbyn has fully recovered from her injuries and the city of Lakeside is putting the pieces back together after the storm caused by Winter. The Others are now concerned with the two addictive drugs that seem to be sweeping the country, affecting the Others and humans alike. When someone targets the Crowgard, Simon and the Others at Lakeside Community band together to find out the cause… Read more »

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Mini-Review: Written in Red by Anne Bishop

Mini-Review: Written in Red by Anne Bishop

January 29, 2016 Reviews 2

Written in Red by is the first book in  and I cannot believe that it took me so long to read it!!! It’s no secret that I’m a fantasy lover and THIS book is that and SO MUCH MORE. In the book, the author creates an alternate world where everything paranormal tenuously coexists with humans. It’s really a fun read! In this first book of the series, Meg Corbyn is running, from what no one knows, and finds herself in the Lakeside Courtyard. Shape-shifter Simon Wolfguard has no love for humans but something about Meg leads him to help her. When… Read more »

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