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Shelves: fantasy , about-werewolves , urban-fantasy , paranormal I have very mixed feelings about this book. At about halfway through the book I was contemplating giving up on it, but I managed to get over it - the second half of the book was rather okay, it was even exciting for a few brief intervals towards the end.
The base conflict behind the story was rather good, and I also liked the resolution, but the rest was terrible. An excellent story could have been written, with mystery and crime investigation and all like Moon Called , the first book of the I have very mixed feelings about this book. An excellent story could have been written, with mystery and crime investigation and all like Moon Called , the first book of the Mercedes Thompson series - instead we got a pretty lame one, which was only pushed forward by the dumb choices of the characters Sophie, mostly.
I found myself skipping through these parts, because while they can be enjoyable, certainly not this frequently like one such scene every 50 pages or so. The conclusion of the story also was far from flawless. Again, the characters were simply dumb. If some of the "bad guys" actually went ahead and thought for a moment, they would have never made the mistakes that caused their downfall. Many things were just quickly resolved, without any preparation or forewarning like Heath - evidence of a rushed ending.
Also, how Sophie ends up is far from being logical. What the hell? They also lacked the depth, and were very hard to relate with because of both factors. There are numerous books I rated 2 stars that I would rate any day over this one, so I decided to give this one only 1 star. For my taste, there was too much of the paranormal romance genre in these books, and too little urban fantasy.
The characters were terrible, the world poorly designed, and the stories mediocre at best. I somewhat regret that I took the effort and read all 3 books of the series. I have to admit I temporarily lost interest in werewolf books in general after reading this. Was it worth reading these? Definitely no. I picked up the first book in the series by random, and immediately got drawn into this series.
I went right back out and bought the second book of the series. After both were finished, I hated that I had to wait the rest of the year for this book to be released. Then it was released, and I sat down and read this book in a matter of hours. I really want to know what happens with Sophie next! I love the flavor this werewolf series has.
Sophie Garou, the loner woman of a psychic and a werewolf. She grew up with her mother the Psychic and has never met her father until this book.
She tends to be more human, and less wolf. But this time around she is more open to her wolf, and finally gets some history of her father and herself. Sophie has a natural talent of shielding herself and that has made her to live right under the noses of the Houston pack of werewolves for most of her life.
Which is good in one way, and not so good in another. With his death imminent in days, Sophie must rely on the help of some good friends to help save him. I Love Tom. Sophie also sets out to find what her boyfriend is..
There are so many unanswered questions Why did Sophie keep the ring? I just wonder who will be challenging.. What will happen with demon-prince and our heroine? Will be bring her even further down the dark side of his affections? I just love this series. Sophie Garou and her love interests are pure electricity.
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