Kitty and the Midnight Hour, Carrie Vaughn.
This first book in the Kitty Norville Urban Fantasy series is about a late-night radio host whose program accidentally evolves into a phone-in talk show for supernatural beings. Kitty has been a werewolf for a few years but is trying to keep that fact from her radio fans. I’m enjoying the book and I’m curious to see where subsequent books take the story.
A Guest at Wedding is Reading:
Legacy, Danielle Steel, a historical Novel
Another Guest at Wedding is Reading:
Deliver Us from Evil, David Baldacci, a Thriller novel.
Posted by klerosier on 11/01/2011
Book 3 (of 5) in the Dark Urban Fantasy Maker’s Song Series, preceded by Rush of Wings and In the Blood.
Adrian Phoenix is an amazing writer, poetic yet gritty. This is not your typical Urban Fantasy Vampire series. I admit I had to struggle to I relate to the characters in the first book, especially rock star Dante, the enigmatic vampire (and something else) with a fuzzy grip on reality and personal boundaries. At the end of the first book I was intrigued and needed to know more. Within the pages of book #2 the hook was set deep, I came to empathize and care about Dante, Heather, Lucien, Von, and slew of other characters, most of whom are not what they seem to be. I’m only a third into Beneath the Skin and Phoenix has reeled me in under her spell.
Teen at Target is Re-reading: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J.K. Rowling
Checkout Woman at Target is Reading: Now You See Her by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
One of my Nephews is Reading: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
My Daughter is Reading: Door to December by Dean Koontz
Adrian Phoenix: http://adrianphoenix.com/
Neil Gaimen: http://www.neilgaiman.com/
James Patterson: http://www.jamespatterson.com/
Dean Koonz: http://www.deankoontz.com/
Michael Ledwidge: http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/l/michael-ledwidge/
J. K. Rowling: http://www.jkrowling.com/
Posted by klerosier on 08/01/2011