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As Imogen worriedly tried to call Jace back, a demon attacked. Desperate, Imogen threw herself between them and took the demon's poison, sacrificing herself for her grandson. The personification of unpleasant adult authority, Imogen, to those who did not know her, seemed like a sadist and a domineering figure who relished the power her position gave her. A fierce enforcer of the Law , Imogen was single-minded and focused, qualities which are merely demonstrations of her devotion to the Clave and the Law.
Imogen deeply loved her family, so their loss broke her. Years of grief and seclusion brought out the worst in her, leaving a harshly direct and hostile woman, a shell of who she once was, dedicating her whole life to her work, which she took seriously.
Despite already having been flinty and impatient, Imogen had several considerably surprising hobbies, including watercolor painting, poison-mixing, darts, and classical piano. Imogen had dull pale, almost colorless, blond hair and gray eyes. As the Inquisitor, she often wore her hair in a tight bun, adding to her stern, intimidating and harsh demeanor. She also wore a suit, and a long, old-fashioned dark gray cloak over it. Imogen means 'maiden' in Celtic; it is also the name of a British princess in the Shakespearean play, Cymbeline.
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Caution is advised! Posted by Will Errickson at AM. Labels: '70s , dell books , martin cruz smith , novel , occult horror , unread. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Contributors Will Errickson Will Errickson toomuchhorrorfiction. Available now! Subscribe Now! Popular Posts. I decided to try the book, and it has held me captive since.
The first chapter, set at a Halloween party lured me in making me ask lots of questions about the main character, a werewolf witch, who lives in the USA. The story is told through her eyes and she makes for a believable character. I was left hoping that she really exists in a strange parallel world, and that people like her, personality, not necessarily the werewolf part exist. I don't want to say too much about the twists and turns of the book, as I don't want to spoil anyone's enjoyment of trying to work out what is going on. I was constantly kept guessing about what would happen next and more importantly who was responsible.
The ending was superb and I was genuinely surprised. In fact I am still slightly reeling from a final reveal that I didn't see coming but makes perfect sense.
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A truly captivating adventure, that should come with a warning, it is truly an unputdownable page turner. View 2 comments. Apr 25, R. I saw this book in the early stages as an editor and spoke with RJ through her revisions. So - this book based on plot, character development, and overall style things you don't change as an editor is 4. Plot - fast paced, action packed, and full of mystery. It keeps you on your toes as a reader, trying to put together the pieces as Allison does.
Characters - this is the half star remover for me. RJ knows I like my MCs to be almost overly emotional, but she continues to write stro I saw this book in the early stages as an editor and spoke with RJ through her revisions.
RJ knows I like my MCs to be almost overly emotional, but she continues to write strong characters where they are mostly in control of their emotions. But Allison's daily struggles are real, and when she needs to feel it she does. I should mention that the side characters are all well-developed. They make the story work with all their little intricacies. Overall style - RJ is finding her stride as a writer and it's so fun to see her develop a better and better style as she goes.
Editing would help this book. Pointless , this book is pointless. Fact checking, plot building, and critical thinking would help. It then descends into a chaos of plot twists and where every character is revealed to lead double lives. Even having read to the end, the final reveal makes no sense. Deeply disappointed by this book. And with each, I feel as if I have become harsher and harsher with my critiques.
This makes reviewing hard. It makes reading even harder. Let me ask you a question… Have you ever had the displeasure of being in a book slump? They are, simply put, inadequate. You must read to be freed. And sometimes that means stepping back into comfortable shoes. Aka: I felt like I was reading on rewind. Deceit, intrigue, love and the unknown.
And if judging by the rather obnoxious screaming in my head, these were qualities I needed back in my literary life. Which brings me to the book itself. The answer… Yes. Living unfortunately as it may be in a world where her kind is being quickly and quite grotesquely eradicated by a secret society of uber evil wolves and witches.
But the intoxicating part of the novel comes not from the facts, but the details in how she manages to survive. From faking her own death to disappearing into her wolf form. If indeed that sounded easy. Because no one is who they appear to be. From the two young children she adopts to the person she depends on for her financial affairs, they all wear masks. Admittedly, I was convinced more than once I had the story all worked out, only to find my mind blown in the last chapter.
Something I have been severely lacking lately. I did find a few flaws though.
I wish the relationship between her and Mark had been more than a few rough paragraphs. I wish James had been more actively involved. If for no other reason than he was a cool character to follow. But at the end of the day none of these were deal breakers. In the end, I really liked this book. I will definitely be picking up book two. My advice to you? Pick up book 1. Happy Reading my fellow Kindle-ites and remember: Looks can be deceiving.
Great Read,, This is the second book of this author's that I have read.. I read the first one twice back to back.. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes the Mercy Thompson books.
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I have no idea why I didn't read this book sooner. I've had it on my kindle forever and just never started it. Once I did start it I had problems putting it down and that's a good problem to have. I really liked the characters and the story. I didn't know what was going to happen next.
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I didn't feel like it was reusing all the standard urban fantasy tropes and I genuinely enjoyed myself reading it. I suspect I was paranoid about a female protagonist written by a female author. I was really burned I have no idea why I didn't read this book sooner. I was really burned by Twilight when those three came together, urban fantasy, female protag, female author and I was really really really hesitant to do it again but HOLY CRAP what a mistake!
If you're being stupid like I was and being afraid to read it because of that stop now. This doesn't have a pining wimpy female protagonist wandering aimlessly from hunky male secondary character to hunky male secondary character all while pining for her primary love interest who is in fact just a friend or some crap. No love triangle. No pining. All that junk from the "other" one I mentioned, completely absent here.
This is a tightly told story in an interestingly invented world that is different enough from ours to be fantastic as in fantasy but still recognizably our own. The world building happens throughout the book and I don't remember any huge info dumps where she got so in love with sharing her world with us that she forgets to engage us with good story, that's another thing that sometimes happens.