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Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey

Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey

Earlier this month I started reading Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey. I’m a huge fan of some of her other pieces, such as the Kushiel series. I was expecting a lot of the same flavour as that series, but this is very much an urban fantasy series, and it comes… Read more »

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Read With Me: Dark Currents

Read With Me: Dark Currents

I have a bad habit of jumping between multiple books, my current reads are The Bell Jar, by Sylvia Plath, and Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey. Today’s mini review is for Dark Currents. So far Dark Currents is an intriguing urban fantasy, full of interesting characters. It’s a huge change… Read more »

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Death Note, Vol. 1: Boredom

Death Note, Vol. 1: Boredom

What would you do if you had the power to kill any human you wish? This is the main question asked in Death Note, where the main character has a notebook called the Death Note, which has the powers to kill anybody whose name is written in the notebook. Now,… Read more »

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Trapped by Kevin Hearne

Trapped by Kevin Hearne

Trapped by Kevin Hearne is the fifth book in his Iron Druid Chronicles. It’s been many years since we last saw Atticus and Granuaile, but now Atticus is ready to bind her to the earth. Of course, this means that everything needs to go completely wrong, and the world is… Read more »

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Scent of Magic by Maria V. Snyder

Scent of Magic by Maria V. Snyder

I was first introduced to Maria V. Snyder’s writing through her Glass series. I read the entire series back-to-back within days, and then spent far too much time pouting over how they were over with, but refusing to go back and read the other series because it happened prior to… Read more »

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Wards of Faerie by Terry Brooks

Wards of Faerie by Terry Brooks

I’ve been having an affair with Terry Brooks since I was eleven years old. Oh, not the dirty kind, just a simple love affair with his writing. I know, eleven seems so young, but I’ve always been one of those kinds of readers. I went through all the books I… Read more »

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