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A must read for anyone drawn to the darker edges of urban fantasy, this book is a book I can't stop thinking about.
So when Quinn kills a cabbie because she gets a little too hungry when no one truly disposable is around (like, say, a homeless person), Mr. B takes care of it.
Caitlin R. Kiernan writing here as Kathleen Tierney has done so to make a delineation between her more serious oeuvre.
I do not understand why so many people liked this book. I was looking around on Amazon for a new story to read and I came across this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jessica Kotch
I was a big Caitlin Kiernan fan way back when and to this day Silk remains one of my all-time favorite books. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mel Thomas
Okay, let's start with the positive. The idea of the story is good, I won't give specific details for the people who may want to read it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gwynneth Silver
Holy cow! Or, maybe, unholy werepire. (Or vampwolf. The author can’t decide either.) Anywho…
Since Kathleen Tierney is actually Caitlin Kiernan — and it doesn’t get much... Read more
The writing style really put me off. The main character and supporting cast weren't even the least bit interesting. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jerred D
This is the first in the Siobhan Quinn series. Both have been interesting although a little dark for our taste. Read morePublished 13 months ago by John W. Holmes
A frollicking roller coaster ride of mayhem. A nice read worthy of your attention. Deliciously different writing style. Definitely requires an open mind.Published 13 months ago by Ted R Turner
Prepare yee oh urban fantasy fans for Blood Oranges and a junkie slash slayer of nasties, turned vampy werewolf. Did that make sense? No? Read morePublished 14 months ago by Tabitha @ Not Yet Read
read this book and really hoped that lived up to the blurp on it. very disappointed. when you have a character giving you information about themselves then later on in the book say... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Krunr