6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Good, but not up to par,
This review is from: Bone Crossed (Mercy Thompson, Book 4) (Hardcover)
The previous three books were absolutely wonderful. This one was not quite so good. I think that Briggs succumbed the problem many series have. Once the main love interests actually get together the story fizzles a little. I am happy Mercy and Adam have finally gotten together and accepted their relationship but I hope the next story has the old zing back. It felt like two different stories and neither one of them was very spellbinding. I found Marcilia very annoying. I don't find her scary just annoying. It felt like the two major plots of the book were disjointed and had nothing to do with each other. I think that Briggs has a very strong series here and while this was a good book, it didn't meet the standard she has set by her previous books in Mercy Thompson's world. Hopefully she will get back into stride with her next one.