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Harvest Hunting (Sisters of the Moon, Book 8) Mass Market Paperback – October 26, 2010
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Before reading this book I would have have no hesitation in saying Camille's perspective was my favorite to read hands down. Now, however, they are neck and neck. Delilah made some major strides in this book. She grew so much it was absolutely amazing. Gone is the naive tabby cat who is content to take the sidelines and believe the world is all roses. She is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with as she truly accepts her role as a death maiden. It looks like she has a very full future ahead of her, but I have complete confidence in her ability to flourish in her new roles in life. I don't see Menolly and Camille treating her as if she were the baby sister anymore, she truly has become a woman in her own right.
I'll have to admit when I first started the series a long time ago I was very gun shy about the rotating perspectives. However, after reading the books, I really believe the changes in narrators adds so much more than if they all had been one perspective.Read more ›
She recently found out that she is to be a Death Maiden loyal to the Autumn Lord. Her training in her new responsibility has begun with the group's leader Greta as her mentor, but she continues her fight against Shadow Wing. Additionally, Delilah is concerned with what is happening to her former once human boyfriend Faerie-Human Crime Scene Investigation Team Director Chase Johnson at a time when a lethal magical drug Wolf Briar is spreading while the were-population vanishes.
The latest super D'Artigo Otherworld fantasy focuses on Delilah with her siblings Menolly the rookie vampire and Camille the goody wicked witch in support roles. The story line is fast-paced as once again all hell has broken loose on earth as this time the demon tired of the three Otherworld Intelligence Agency siblings intruding on his domination plans attacks and the drug epidemic turning pandemic. Yasmine Galenorn provides another winning entry in this strong epic as she continues to rotate the lead yet the support remains solid opening with Camille the polygamist marrying her third otherworldly spouse.
This installment was exactly the entertainment I was looking for. Surprisingly enough, this installment was not the fluff-job Night Huntress was. I was so disappointed in Delilah's behavior in Night Huntress, that it heavily influenced my prior decision after Demon Mistress, to discontinue this series.
I was impressed at the transformation of maturity Delilah displayed in this installment. Her character growth was uncanny. Her priorities were straight, and there was entirely NO bimbo-action and pointless sex scenes from her. The story was a lot darker than Night Huntress and had a nice "who done it" type feel to it, with almost pure mystery.
The "behind the veil" adventure of finding out more about Delilah's impending afterlife as a Death Maiden was both exciting and mystical.
The situation with Chase and Zach played out perfectly and I couldn't be happier with outcome.
I recommend this book to fellow dark urban fantasy readers and eagerly look forward to reading the next book Blood Wyne.
I also recommend:
On the Edge (The Edge, Book 1)
The Renfield Syndrome (Rhiannon's Law, Book Two)
Frostbound: The Dark Forgotten
Blood Bound (Mercy Thompson Novels)
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I'm loving this series. Only complaint - Camille's books focus on Camille. So do the other books. So the other sisters get second billing to Camille who is very obviously... Read morePublished 21 months ago by So Many Books...