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Bone Dance has been one of my favorite books since I first read it a lot of years, people and places ago. Now it has welcome company.Published 1 month ago by John Howard
Read some Bordertown short stories; this is first novel on this theme I've read. I liked it; I'm a mystery fan and I thought this was a good one.Published 4 months ago by J. Kelly
Another Good Book about the Borderland series. Emma Bull does an excellent job with
Finder! *5* star reading material. Read more
'Finder' is part of a larger urban fantasy series called 'Borderlands' aimed at young adults. To its credit, it doesn't read like teen fiction and I didn't realize that it was... Read morePublished 13 months ago by V. Jones
Interesting story - but not enough time spent developing the characters and the places, I never really felt like I was submerged in the book.Published 13 months ago by Johanna Haas
I enjoyed this one immensely.
Emma Bull's writing comes across in the way some graphic novels do: a lot of attention to setting and atmosphere. Read more
This is the first borderlands book I read, 10 years ago. I forgot about it for a while, but some things stuck, like the enchanting descriptions of white strawberries and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by R. Hutson
There are "comfort foods," and there are "comfort stories." Emma Bull is my go-to author for the later. Read morePublished 23 months ago by David Stickney
Emma Bull has brought Bordertown and many of its inhabitants alive in this book. The mystery is interesting and compelling, and the tension between the characters is well done. Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by adrianne