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Red Delicious Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBI Siobhan Quinn is back and working a new case in the dark and satirical sequel to Blood Oranges Half vampire, half werewolf Siobhan Quinn survived her initiation into the world of demons and monsters But staying alive as she becomes entangled in underworld politics might prove to be difficult When the daughter of a prominent necromancer vanishes, it s up to Quinn to find the girl But her search will land her directly in the middle of a struggle between competing forces searching for an ancient artifact of almost unimaginable power.


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  1. Mogsy (MMOGC) Mogsy (MMOGC) says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBI4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum before the first page, I was cracking up at the epigraphs Okay, maybe it s just the geek in me, but I don t think it s possible to go wrong with a book that quotes old Asura proverbs from Guild Wars 2 Regardless, I knew I was going to be in for a ride with this one, and I would have expected nothing less from the follow up to the utterly brilliant book that was Blood Oranges Yep, it feels great to be back in th 4.5 of 5 stars at The


  2. Nathan Nathan says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBITrue story My dad asked me what I was reading and I tried to describe this book I said it was less of a parody andof a parody of parodies an entirely self aware narration that attempts to strip down everything about Urban Fantasy and built it back up so it looked exactly the same while being completely different He looked at me and let me know that he has a Masters and still doesn t know what the hell I am talking about.Why did I come up with a stuttering, quasi intellectual line of bu True story My dad asked me what I was reading and I tried to describe this book I said it was less of a parody andof a parody of parodies an entirely self aware narration that attempts to strip down ever


  3. Neil McCrea Neil McCrea says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBII have long been a fan of Caitlin Kiernan s work Her Lovecraft pastiches honor and occasionally transcend the source material, her comic book work is filled with wild invention, her early novels are linguistically daring and preference atmosphere over plot and are all the better for it, and The Red Tree and The Drowning Girl have as much artistic merit as anything that has been published in the last ten years The Siobhan Quinn novels are a different kettle of fish entirely.It s not quite fair I have long been a fan of Caitlin Kiernan s work Her Lovecraft pastiches honor and occasionally transcend the source material, her comic book work is fil


  4. Jason Jason says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBI4 Stars Sooner or later, a junkie s gotta fix, and sooner or later, a predator s gotta kill These are words to live by, golden rules, maxims in the great, wide, uncaring shitstorm of life And undeath And I hadn t gotten a red delicious fix since the day I d been sent off to my meet and greet with Berenice Maidstone and Lenore the Goth and their shuffling zombie entourage Red Delicious by Kathleen Tierney Caitlin Kiernan is a fun darker second story in her Siobhan Quinn series This is Urba 4 Stars Sooner or later, a junkie s gotta fix, and sooner or later, a predator s gotta kill These are words to live by, golden rules, maxims


  5. John John says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBIReading the reviews on this page and bouncing back and forth between the 4 5 star accolades and the 1 2 star critiques, I actually wondered if I should split the difference at 3 stars Did those Quinn fans see something I missed Yes, I can see this as a stiff arm to the jaw parody of urban fantasy novels, and there s plenty of rough tough humor, much of it directed at the reader when Quinn, the first person narrator, again and again pulls the prose equivalent of breaking the fourth wall And, t Reading the reviews on this page and bouncing back and forth between the 4 5 star accolades and the 1 2 star critiques, I actually wondered if I should split the difference at 3 stars Did those Quinn fans see something I missed Yes, I can see this as a stiff arm to the jaw parody of urban fantasy novels, and there s plenty of rough tough humor, much of it directed at the reader when Quinn, the firs


  6. Αταλάντη Ευριπίδου Αταλάντη Ευριπίδου says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBII have loved Caitlin R Kiernan s work ever since I read The Girl Who Would Be Death And, then, along came Threshold and, from page one of that book, I knew she would become one of my favourite writers Reading Red Delicious , I figured out why I liked the Quinn novels as much as I do It s not only because she s taking back the language of the night , as she says It s mainly because she s giving it back to us, as well She s giving us back our monsters the way they should be scary, ter I have loved Caitlin R Kiernan s work ever since I read The Girl Who Would Be Death And, then, along came Threshold and, from page one of that book, I knew she would become one of my favourite writers Reading Red Delicious , I figured out why I liked the Quinn novels as much as I do It s not only because she s taking back the language of the night , as she says It s mainly because she s giving it back to us, as well She s giving us back our monsters the way they should be scary, terrifying and in


  7. Erin Erin says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBIWhile I hate to give anything by Kiernan less than three stars, and while Red Delicious has the potential to be a funny, great book, the author kind of seems to hate what she s writing There s a lot of jabs at paranormal romance as a genre, and at the romantification of vampires and werewolves, two very valid points But by a lot, I mean A LOT So.why are you writing it Contracts, I guess I think if Kiernan had stayed away from too much broke the fourth wall, this is how monsters really a While I hate to give anything by Kiernan less than three stars, and while Red Delicious has the potential to be a funny, great book, the author kind of seems to hate what she s writing There s a lot of jabs at paranormal romance as a genre, and at the romantification of vampires and werewolves, two very valid points But by a lot, I mean A LOT So.why are you writing it Contracts, I guess I think if Kiernan had stayed away from too much broke the fourth wall, this is how monste


  8. Kendall Grey Kendall Grey says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBIStill love my Quinn Lass This book didn t pull me in as much as BLOOD ORANGES did, but it was still highly enjoyable Quinn s voice thickly laden with tough talk, sarcasm, wit, and apathy kept me listening and smiling My only minor problem was with the uneven narration The narrator switched accents on Mean Mr B from the last book, and I miss the old one This accent is decidedly Old Southern New Orleans esque , but the dialogue words like arse and git strike me as muchBritish t Still love my Quinn Lass This book didn t pull me in as much as BLOOD ORANGES did, but it was still highly enjoyable Quinn s voice thickly laden


  9. All Things Urban Fantasy All Things Urban Fantasy says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBIReview courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy.Sam Spade with blood on her teeth, Quinn is the sort of fly by the seat of her pants, ask questions later, non detective detective that busts the genre wide open Sex, violence, and mythology are all part of the story, but bent through Quinn s own one of a kind prism This Siobhan Quinn book isn t horror or urban fant


  10. Ruby Hollyberry Ruby Hollyberry says:

    Red Delicious Kindle Ð Paperback delicious ebok, Red DeliciousRed Delicious MOBIWhen reading this series I keep asking myself who is the intended audience for this The answer to that question is still rather obscure but the truth is that it must be me, because I adore them Villainous heroine , intentional disregard for literary convention, apparently meant to be goofy plotting, and all Stretches my sense of what to expect from fiction, especially the very often formulaic genre of urban fantasy I enjoy something different and a little unpredictable, and there is mu When reading this series I keep asking myself who is the intended audience for this The answer to that question is still rather obscure but the truth is that it must be me, because I adore them Villainous heroine , intentional disregard for literary convention, apparently meant to be goofy plotting, and all Stretches m


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