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Old 03-25-2013, 08:13 AM   #1822
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Originally Posted by alansplace View Post
Wow! Now I am in the position of having to wait for the next book! And boy-O-boy am I ever impatient! I really enjoyed this series. Also I see what treadlightly meant about book 5 taking the storyline in a different direction, but it didn't bother me in the least. I did miss the cop/investigator thing but not so much as to its lack detracting from the story.

Interesting, and I'm glad you liked it. I really missed the departure from the UF/police procedural feel and felt the move to a high-fantasy realm with its necessary descriptions slowed down the pacing too much. But for me, the biggest turnoff was that this installment smelled too much like Laurell K Hamilton.

I don't think I'll be rushing to read the next one unless there are some really positive reviews.
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