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Having completed the first Darkly book, I was absolutely blown away that my friend and fellow artist's first foray into novel writing (pun intended), hooked me from the Prologue. A parental hook if you will. Admittedly I'm not one for werewolves and the like but w/the hook firmly planted, it wasn't long before I found myself journeying w/Darkly. As someone who has always been considered other, the plight of her brood was of particular interest to me. This is no small thing considering the political and social climate of the U.S. in 2016, the year in which I was reading this novel.
Grahame's deft touch as it regards the way in which they institute their rules of law and uphold their own moral code, in a world within a world, ever more dangerous and complicated than ours, makes for inspired reading. The levity throughout actually had me LOL'ing for real and his turn of phrase is to be highly commended; both of which put you in the mind of veteran writers, making this virginal effort, that much more astounding.
At the risk of going on like an overly enthused ally, I'll end my brief venture into literary reviewing by simply signing off in earnest as I proceed to the Amazon checkout counter and pay for the next book in the series, Light and Darkly!