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I think part of my problem is that I got dropped into an urban fantasy world that didn't get much explaining. Are "abnormals" good/bad/just normal folks with magic/something else? What is their status in the world?
I did like some of the twists and turns, but the problem with first-person narrative is that the reader is as surprised as the character at those twists. I prefer to have some foreshadowing, though.
If you are a fan of the author, you will probably like the book. If you are a fan of urban fantasy, you might try it out. I suspect the next book will be better.
This book really deserves 3.5 stars; I gave it 4 because I liked it enough to get the sequel.
I have read everything that Shannon Mayer has written and love it all. The newest series and novel by Shannon Mayer will keep you guessing and cheering for the good guy, well the grey guys. This is a great novel and it keeps surprising me on every turn.
I definetly recommend this and all novels by Shannon Mayers
I can't wait to read more!!!
You are always learning new things about all the characters; they are definitely well done and becoming more complex as time passes.
I also enjoyed her dog Abe being along for the ride. I can only imagine how difficult writing a pet such as a dog into a story can be and Mayer made it completely believable.
The only wish of difference I had is wanting to know the age of Phoenix's son earlier on in the book. Because the reader isn't told until almost 1/4 of the way through the book, it made visualization of his character up until then difficult. The story is so damn good though that I didn't let it bug me too much. Lol.
Bravo Shannon, you did it again, another amazing novel!
~The Other Shannon