Poison Fruit



❴PDF / Epub❵ ☀ Poison Fruit Author Jacqueline Carey – E17streets4all.co.uk The hot as Hel series with the Sookie Stackhouse type of vibe Paranormal Horizon is back but this time the paranormal Midwestern town of Pemkowet is feeling a frost in the air and the residents are fr The hot as Hel series with the Sookie Stackhouse type of vibe Paranormal Horizon is back but this time the paranormal Midwestern town of Pemkowet is feeling a frost in the air and the residents are frozen in fearThe Pemkowet Visitors Bureau has always promoted paranormal tourism even if it has downplayed the risks hobgoblins are unpredictable It helps that the town is presided over by Daisy Johanssen, who as Hel s liaison is authorized by the Norse goddess of the dead to keep Pemkowet under control Normally, that s easier to do in the winter, when bracing temperatures keep folks indoorsBut a new predator is on the prowl, and this one thrives on nightmares Daisy is on her trail and working intimately with her partner and sometime lover from the Pemkowet PD, sexy yet unavailable werewolf Cody Fairfax But even as the creature is racking up innocent victims, a greater danger looms on Pewkowet s horizonAs a result of a recent ghost uprising, an unknown adversary represented by a hell spawn lawyer with fiery powers of persuasion has instigated a lawsuit against the town If Pemkowet loses, Hel s sovereignty will be jeopardized, and the fate of the eldritch community will be at stake The only one who can prevent it is Daisy but she s going to have to confront her own worst nightmare to do it.Poison Fruit

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name See this thread forinformationJacqueline Carey born in Highland Park, Illinois is an author and novelist, primarily of fantasy fiction She attended Lake Forest College, receiving BA s in psychology and English literature During college, she spent months working in a bookstore as part of a work exchange program While there, she decided to write professionally After returning she started her writing career while working at the art center of a local college After ten years, she discovered success with the publication of her first book in Currently, Carey lives in western Michigan and is a member of the oldest Mardi Gras krewe in the state.

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    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader unpredictable It helps that the town is presided over by Daisy Johanssen, who as Hel s liaison is authorized by the Norse goddess of the dead to keep Pemkowet under control Normally, that s easier to do in the winter, when bracing temperatures keep folks indoorsBut a new predator is on the prowl, and this one thrives on nightmares Daisy is on her trail and working intimately with her partner and sometime lover from the Pemkowet PD, sexy yet unavailable werewolf Cody Fairfax But even as the creature is racking up innocent victims, a greater danger looms on Pewkowet s horizonAs a result of a recent ghost uprising, an unknown adversary represented by a hell spawn lawyer with fiery powers of persuasion has instigated a lawsuit against the town If Pemkowet loses, Hel s sovereignty will be jeopardized, and the fate of the eldritch community will be at stake The only one who can prevent it is Daisy but she s going to have to confront her own worst nightmare to do it."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 437 pages
  • Poison Fruit
  • Jacqueline Carey
  • English
  • 21 June 2018
  • 0451465318

10 thoughts on “Poison Fruit

  1. says:

    Actual rating 3.325697 stars And that s me being bloody shrimping generous and stuff. And the moral of this reread is too much lurvey durvey crap, manufactured love triangle bullshrimp and blahing blahing blahing blah blah blah not enough gloriously kick ass tail Daisy action You re welcome and stuff February 2016 BR with my MacHalo Freaks starting whenever.Actual rating 3.5 After giving it much thought in case you were wondering, yes, it hurt I had decided to give this book a 3 sta Actual rating 3.325697 stars And that s me being bloody shrimping generous and stuff. And the moral of this reread is too much lurvey durvey crap, manufactured love triangle bullshrimp and blahing blahing blahing blah blah blah not enough gloriously kick ass tail Daisy action You re welcome and stuff February 2016 BR with my MacHalo Freaks starting whenever.Actual rating 3.5 After giving it much thought in case you were wondering, yes, it hurt I had decided to give this book a 3 star rating But Choko s enthusiasm is infectious, so I went for 3.5 instead I therefore decline all responsibility here If you have a problem with my rating, talk to Choko You have asked, and I have listened You have begged, and I have very generously, if I may say so myself complied By popular demand, I will not be writing a full length review for this book Be glad and rejoice, my little barnacles, for I just cleared two hours from your schedule Time to celebrate Time to get the maracas out of storage Introducing the review that could have been never ending and suicide inducing, but wasn t Why did I want to give this book a 4 star rating Daisy, my girl with the tail Pemkowet and its very cool, original, diverse supernatural population Lurine the lamia, Skeletor the ex nerd, and Skrrzzzt the beer drinking, Battleship playing Bogle Cody Fairfax You re an exasperating ass, but I still love you What can I say Aggravating werewolves are my weakness Surprise epic battle Awesome godesses and cool mythological stuff Why did I want to give this book a 3 star rating Several interesting subplots but the main plot takes time to develop and isn t exploited to its full potential Stefan I could kill you with my bare hands Ludovic Die die die I hate you I hate you I hate you Why did I want to give this book a 2 2.5 star rating Anticlimactic ending HEA of Complete Doom and Total Destruction All that it needed to achieve utter perfection was for Carey to end the book with and they all lived happily ever after She should have thrown in a bunch of fluffy bunnies and a pastel colored rainbow for good measure, too EW EW EW EW YUCK YUCK YUCK Why did I end up giving the book a 3.5 star rating Didn t you Clueless Barnacle read the first paragraph of this delightfully short review Choko, I tell you Choko Blame her, not me I m as innocent as a lamb dove unborn child whatever And the moral of this series is it s all in the tail HA And the other moral of this series is Book 1 Dark Currents Book 2 Autumn Bones

  2. says:

    3.89 A buddy read with my tail loving MacHallo Freaks What can I say, I am a sucker for a half human, half demon spawn with a tail and a bad temper It is a bit like the visiting circus in a small town the performers could be much better, but it is the only crazy entertainment in town and everyone gathers under the tent And Daisy, who one of the little pixies observed rather accurately, is no Daisy at all, happens to be one very well balanced, be it young and somewhat confused, d 3.89 A buddy read with my tail loving MacHallo Freaks What can I say, I am a sucker for a half human, half demon spawn with a tail and a bad temper It is a bit like the visiting circus in a small town the performers could be much better, but it is the only crazy entertainment in town and everyone gathers under the tent And Daisy, who one of the little pixies observed rather accurately, is no Daisy at all, happens to be one very well balanced, be it young and somewhat confused, demon spawn of a MC The balance is dew to her ability to listen and see things from many point of views, measuring and usually coming up with the best decision when it comes to those around her and her beloved community Her confusion comes from her misguided love life she happens to be attracted to two guys, although we all knew from the beginning whom her heart belongs to But she is split between her second grade crush Cody the Wolf, and her immortal attraction to Stephan, the Ghoul Yes, I am talking about a love triangle, as inadvisable as it was in this whole situation The Demon Spawn part, well, this is the one that brings trouble in this volume, isn t it Because, if she claims her paternal birthright, most possibly the end of the world will ensue And she is terrified by that possibility She is tempted over and over again What will really happen if she breaks enough to claim her demonic powers Will she destroy the world and loose all those she cares for Well, that is the point, for you guys to find out like the rest of us just read the darn book The writing was very good and the story flowed easily and smoothly, the prose as well as the dialogues fitting the mood perfectly I loved many parts of the story, and even , I loved the characters, especially Daisy, Lorine, and the Bogle The two dudes were infuriating to me, but even they had some charm However, there were issues with the plot and pacing, as well as the end of the series It just didn t fit in with the rest of the story up to now As my buddy read partner Sarah says, the only thing it was missing were bunnies and rainbows And that was just not right for our tail wagging heroine But I also am not the author and i can not begrudge her the direction she chose to take the conclusion to this rather entertaining series.I did have a favorite sentence, in which the MC describes the manner of speech Persephone, the Greek Goddess employs Persephone s Greek lilting accent made her sound like Ariana Huffington dipped in Honey Hahaha I love it The other thing I really loved was the wonderful and very tasteful way the author weaved the concept of Tikkun Olam, the Jewish belief that through acts of kindness performed, we could perfect and repair the brokenness of the world around us, a broken peace at a time The phrase is found in the Mishnah and deals with the personal responsibility everyone of us has to our communities This is probably my favorite religious concept and it made this book muchimportant to me than it could have been As I already mentioned, this is a great book for all the Urban Fantasy lovers out there and be prepared of a rich world of weird creatures and very human experiences May you all have wonderful time reading and to all, enjoy it

  3. says:

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum was shortly after finishing the second book of Agent of Hel that I discovered the series was only going to be three books While that was a little surprising, since urban fantasy series tend to go on for a lot longer than that, it was also nice being able to anticipate an actual wrap up of Daisy Johanssen s story not to mention there s always something so satisfying about being able finish reading a series That being 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum was shortly after finishing the second book of Agent of Hel that I discovered the series was only going to be three books While that was a little surprising, since urban fantasy series tend to go on for a lot longer than that, it was also nice being able to anticipate an actual wrap up of Daisy Johanssen s story not to mention there s always something so satisfying about being able finish reading a series That being said though, it also meant that I had some pretty high expectations for this I was really looking forward to seeing how Jacqueline Carey was going to conclude this trilogy, and whether or not it was going to go out with a bang.These books star Daisy, a young administrator for the Pemkowet police force who also serves as the liaison between the mortal world above and the paranormal world below the latter being presided over by Hel, Norse Goddess of the dead Daisy is a hellspawn , born after her human mother inadvertently summoned a demon with a Ouija board while on spring break in Pemkowet, unaware of the strong ties the town has to the supernatural Daisy has been fighting the temptation to invoke her birthright ever since, an agreement with her demonic father which would grant her an untold amount of power, but the cost would be the breaking of the world.Since the beginning of this series, a lot of emphasis has been placed on Daisy s own personal struggle with her birthright and the fact that It Would End The World, but truthfully, I d never felt the real threat of it hanging over my head Her character has always had too much goodness in her, and it was hard to believe she would ever throw the fate of the world away for any personal gain In Poison Fruit, however, that particular story thread comes to well, fruition What would happen if our protagonist was pushed to her limits What if she was made to feel helpless and unable to save herself, her friends and family, and the town she loves This third and final book explores that question, and it places Daisy in an extremely difficult position where finally the threat of her invoking her birthright becomes very real indeed.That all comes to a head in this story s climax and conclusion, though getting to that point was quite the journey The pacing for these Agent of Hel books have always struck me as a bit odd even from the beginning with Dark Currents it s nothing deal breaking, but definitely a factor that at times makes it harder to review these books In the case of Poison Fruit, the story has the distinct feel of being split into two parts The first part, detailing a plot thread in which the police and Daisy hunt for a Night Hag that has been terrorizing the dreams of the citizens of Pemkowet, could have been a novella on its own It segues somewhat awkwardly into the second part, which involves a devastating lawsuit filed against the town which could bankrupt Pemhowet and displace the whole Eldritch community if it loses.I m still of two minds on way the lawsuit plotline and its repercussions was handled, as the whole affair was chronicled over a period of many months On the one hand, it lends a large degree of realism to the story, since it would hardly be believable if such a high profile legal case with millions of dollars on the line were to be taken care of in, say, a fortnight But on the other hand, we lose some of the momentum as the weeks stretched on, making it feel like very little is accomplished by the town s citizens while everyone seems to be stuck in a state of uncertainty Still, if the alternative was jumping forward in time, I think I would prefer the way the book is now.If there s another a bright side to having a lot of time while waiting for the big court date, it s the ample opportunity for further development of the characters and world building, and Daisy s love life also gets plenty of attention While I would not classify this series as Paranormal Romance, I love how the heightened aura of sexual tension is ever present and almost palpable, and there are a couple of pretty steamy scenes The side plot involving Daisy s relationships with her potential suitors has always interested me, so it was great to be able to follow up on the It s Complicated fling with Cody the werewolf as well as explore the possibilities with the sexy Outcast Stefan It was a toss up when it comes to who Daisy would eventually end up with, and while I can t say the outcome was what I truly wanted, I m glad things in the romance department were ultimately resolved.But when all is said and done, it was the ending that made me elevate this book from a middling 3 3.5 star rating to a 4 Simply put, it was amazing Talk about going out with a bang the ending was exactly the kind I was looking for, and it definitely was worthy of the series Let s just leave it at that, as sayingwould just spoil the surprise.If you enjoyed the first two books, you definitely should check out Poison Fruit The story continues in the same vein, though the ending was a real treat The second book Autumn Bones is probably still my favorite book in the Agent of Hel sequence, though this last installment in the trilogy was a solid series ender with an unforgettable conclusion, which went a long way I m a huge fan of Jacqueline Carey, and I m looking forward to what she has in store next, now that Daisy s story has come to a close

  4. says:

    No bad, but not the most satisfying ending either.

  5. says:

    Poison Fruit was ok, but lackluster If a fourth book were added, I d probably read it since the books aren t unlikable, but there s nothing much to draw me back to this series which started off with an interesting supernatural world, but fizzled for me.On the romance front it left me cold, what happens in the end makes sense, but seems too easy I suppose when you ve faced death you might rethink things, but I didn t really care because I wasn t invested in any of Daisy s relationships because Poison Fruit was ok, but lackluster If a fourth book were added, I d probably read it since the books aren t unlikable, but there s nothing much to draw me back to this series which started off with an interesting supernatural world, but fizzled for me.On the romance front it left me cold, what happens in the end makes sense, but seems too easy I suppose when you ve faced death you might rethink things, but I didn t really care because I wasn t invested in any of Daisy s relationships because she didn t truly seem to be.The action wasn t that great at the end either and not that many pages were given to actual detail of the WAR Instead the supernatural characters mostly sat on their hands throughout the book while they allow one character to ride rough shod over them All those witches and others couldn t come up withplans to thwart Daisy s cousin Just one sachet for example If you liked or loved the first two, I m sure you won t regret reading Poison Fruit, but when you shut the book I don t think you ll be pining for a fourth that s not coming.I got my copy from my local library

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here this review contains spoiler, read at your own risk, too lazy to use spoiler tag Well, as the last book in the series, I will say it was pretty much decent if not so so Let s see, almost the first half of this book Daisy was dealing with The Night Hag that had been terrorizing some of Pemkowet s people in their nightmares and ended up killing an elderly who was literally scared to death We also had Daisy musing about her doomed relationship with Cody and worrying about her fate of des this review contains spoiler, read at your own risk, too lazy to use spoiler tag Well, as the last book in the series, I will say it was pretty much decent if not so so Let s see, almost the first half of this book Daisy was dealing with The Night Hag that had been terrorizing some of Pemkowet s people in their nightmares and ended up killing an elderly who was literally scared to death We also had Daisy musing about her doomed relationship with Cody and worrying about her fate of destroying the world The second half of the book, we had Pemkowet being sued with a class action lawsuit for damages that happened during events in the previous book It was basically a ruse, conducted by hell spawn lawyer Daniel Dufreyne, who acted on behalf of Persephone.So, the thing was, I thought the whole war thing which started with the lawsuit was just a waste of my reading time I mean, Persephone wanted Pemkowet for herself because she wanted a resort a summer home for herself I mean, really AND, since that brought down Persephone in war with the whole supernatural beings of Pemkowet and Hel s army which supposed to be kind of epic war Daisy ended up claiming her birthright, only to uhm, strike a deal with God.And angel came down from Heaven to fix the whole thing.Yes A deal with God And Angel came down from HeavenLook, I like angel and demon myth in urban fantasy I really do But bringing an angel to fix everything in this context was like bringing a rocket launcher to a knife fight It was laaame It just emphasized my thought that Daisy was incompetent I was kinda hoping that Daisy stepped up and be the heroine of the day, to do something impressive well, she did beg Persephone before, which already made me lose my faith in her to prove to me that she was suitable for her role as Hel s liasion But nope, it took God to fix everything.Sigh.And don t get me start with the whole Daisy Cody Stefan thing It seemed that Daisy paidattention to her love problems Oh, Cody couldn t be with me Oh, maybe I had a chance with the immortal Oh, but I still had feelings for Cody, so complicated I mean, the whole time that Daisy could investigate Daniel, she was busy romancing Stefan because Cody couldn t be with her Uhm, excuse me, hell spawn lawyer there But all Daisy did was asking Daniel Who are you working for , then Daniel refused to answer, she didn t really do anything she did throw tantrums at Stefan because of her complicated feelings towards Cody She definitely didn t win any points with me all through this second storyline.I would still give this 3 stars because I actually LIKED the plot with The Night Hag I thought in this plot at least Daisy was trying to find out what happened She was looking for clues, answers on how to get rid of The Night Hag She went to multiple sources Then when it was clear she needed to have a nightmare of her own to invite The Night Hag, she did it So the first half of this book, I liked Daisy.The rest well, not so much It is a decent series but I m glad that this one is the end because it is not a very memorable one for me

  7. says:

    Sigh, you know those series that are just kind of okay And you keep reading because the books are there and sometimes it pays off This is one of those where it did not pay off I mean, it s not really terrible, I just was DONE But wanted to finish it since it was the last one And the romance view spoiler Like, I think Stefan had a good point about their attraction, but not going to even give it a chance then And I was SO done with Cody I mean, I m not really a fan of one sided childhoo Sigh, you know those series that are just kind of okay And you keep reading because the books are there and sometimes it pays off This is one of those where it did not pay off I mean, it s not really terrible, I just was DONE But wanted to finish it since it was the last one And the romance view spoiler Like, I think Stefan had a good point about their attraction, but not going to even give it a chance then And I was SO done with Cody I mean, I m not really a fan of one sided childhood crushes anyway, but he was so wish washy NO Don t go with that guy hide spoiler GIVE ME A GOOD URBAN FANTASY

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    Poison Fruit, like Autumn Bones, does not let much time elapse between books The events of Halloween are still fresh in people s minds as New Year approaches Now Daisy has to get to the bottom of what the hell spawn lawyer Daniel Dufreyne is doing buying up land around Little Niflheim And she also needs to sort out her complicated feelings about her attractions to Stefan and Cody.I ll start off with the romance angle here Poison Fruit feels like the most conventional of the three books in te Poison Fruit, like Autumn Bones, does not let much time elapse between books The events of Halloween are still fresh in people s minds as New Year approaches Now Daisy has to get to the bottom of what the hell spawn lawyer Daniel Dufreyne is doing buying up land around Little Niflheim And she also needs to sort out her complicated feelings about her attractions to Stefan and Cody.I ll start off with the romance angle here Poison Fruit feels like the most conventional of the three books in terms of how Carey deals with the romance In the first book, because we were still getting to know each of the characters and the setting, it felt fresh and interesting Daisy s attraction to Cody was mitigated by Jen s crush, and her attraction to Stefan wasof a notion than anything else When she ended up dating Sinclair, it was a relief Carey didn t seem like she was setting up a love triangle Then Autumn Bones came along, and suddenly Sinclair is out of the picture, and Cody and Stefan are waiting in the wings Still, though, not much of a love triangle, because the relationship with Cody was purely a physical one.It s hard to avoid it, though Poison Fruit is pretty much a love triangle Granted, Cody and Stefan are pretty chill about the whole thing I appreciate that they aren t vying for Daisy s affection and, indeed, Cody is trying really hard to ignore the attraction at all, because he wants to settle down and have pups with a nice lady werewolf Still, I ll confess to a little disappointment I was really hoping Carey could offer us something beyond the multiple hot guys scenario that seems to proliferate through urban fantasy fiction with female protagonists the opposite heteronormative case of multiple hot girls afflicts such fiction with male protagonists, of course.That being said, I ll give Carey credit for creating conflict and drama within the relationship without making either character an idiot Daisy and her new lover make mistakes they push each other s buttons a little too far which, you know, is troublesome when you have eldritch powers that flare up when your emotions run high but as with Daisy and Sinclair s relationship, the solution is shockingly communication This fruit might be poisoned, but at least it isn t low hanging.The diction of the sex scene was a little humorous, but that might just be me.Daisy s relationships, romantic or otherwise, are important to the enjoyment of this book as a whole, not just because of her status as narrator but also because, as half hellspawn, half human, she is representative of Pemkowet itself She straddles the mundane and the eldritch communities, subject to the laws of both, and thanks to her roles in the Pemkowet police and as Hel s liaison, charged with upholding both mundane and eldritch law It s tough, walking that line Carey demonstrates that, as much as the existence of the supernatural is an established fact in this universe, acknowledging that something exists and believing in it are two different things Time and again, mundane humans have trouble understanding the significance of eldritch affairs and their impact on human activity in Pemkowet.The lawsuit that Dufreyne brings against the town is brilliant I like the idea that eldritch beings and chthonic gods have to be savvy about mortal concerns like wealth and property and liability law, lest they run afoul of a judge vulnerable to powers of persuasion This was a fun way for Carey to juxtapose thetraditional customs of eldritch interaction honour, favours, etc with ourlitigious society but it also has very serious consequences.Other than that, I don t have much else to say Poison Fruit is just as fun as the other two books in the series The less said about the literal deus ex machina ending, the better It was a welcome break after reading a couple of heavier books, and Carey s writing is as enjoyable as ever I m starting to get that feeling one gets after binging on too many of the same type of book in short order but I don t regret reading all three Agent of Hel books so close together either.I can t find Carey herself saying anywhere that this is the last book, but other places seem to think this is the conclusion of a trilogy It s true the climax and resolution have that feeling But there is still plenty here for Carey to explore, should she choose to return to Pemkowet and Daisy Johanssen I would be sad, honestly, if she didn t, to the point that my overall opinion of this series is paradoxically contingent on it continuing If it stops here, Agent of Hel is a good urban fantasy trilogy that occasionally attempts to rise above genre convention That s it On the other hand, it has so much potential to grow better and better with each instalment but whether we will see that realized is up to Carey.Oh, and Skrrzzzt is totally the best I love him so much.My reviews of the Agent of Hel series Autumn Bones

  9. says:

    3.5 starsThe conclusion to this trilogy was satisfying, but I have mixed feelings about it The plot was so good It took some unexpected twists and turns, but the love triangle ruined parts of it The world building in this series was awesome It was an original world, and it blended religion, Greek and Norse mythologies, and common and uncommon supernatural races without it feeling disjointed.Daisy was a rare kind of supernatural, but it made her lifedifficult She was tough, strong, and 3.5 starsThe conclusion to this trilogy was satisfying, but I have mixed feelings about it The plot was so good It took some unexpected twists and turns, but the love triangle ruined parts of it The world building in this series was awesome It was an original world, and it blended religion, Greek and Norse mythologies, and common and uncommon supernatural races without it feeling disjointed.Daisy was a rare kind of supernatural, but it made her lifedifficult She was tough, strong, and worked hard to overcome the obstacles that came with being what she was I liked her because she was flawed Sometimes she hesitated instead of taking action or would be confused or conflicted about what to do It made her seem real, so there was no special snowflake here But when it came to her love life she did not make the best decisions She knew who she loved When she couldn t be with him, she settled for anyone else I think it bothered me so much because I m not like that Her love life was a great source of frustration for me.I love Cody He would have been perfect if it weren t for his indecision about whether or not he wanted to be with Daisy Werewolves were expected to mate within their own clan, and since Daisy wasn t a werewolf, he wasn t supposed to be with her He was incredibly aggravating because it was so obvious he loved Daisy but kept rambling on about loyalty to his clan Stefan was a worthless asshole I loathe him I desperately wanted Daisy to take her dagger and plunge it through his heart She would have been doing the world a favor He may have been better than the average ghoul but was still capable of killing people Nonetheless he was not a good guy which he proved throughout the book Daisy s response to him made no sense She was extremely leery of him but thought he was hot So she threw caution to the wind and explored a relationship with him anyway.The development with the lawyer did not play out like I thought it would It was a surprise to find out who his boss was, and that person was capable of causing lots of damage One small problem snowballed into a much larger one, and most people in the town did not understand the ramifications of their situation Everything lead up to a big showdown The end was satisfying but how it got there was not All of the problems were resolved in an odd, unexpected way It shouldn t have been as easy to resolve all of those problems I m glad a I read this trilogy It was a fun buddy read with the Machalos and gave us lots to discuss I loved the world and the characters I really wishbooks would be written in this world even if it focused on different characters

  10. says:

    3.75 starsAww, didn t realize this is the last book It ends well though Interesting world, likeable characters, and smooth reading not the heavy epic fantasy that most people are familiar with from Carey which for me was exactly what I wanted.Plus this book is set in Michigan in the winter and I couldn t help thinking about this 3.75 starsAww, didn t realize this is the last book It ends well though Interesting world, likeable characters, and smooth reading not the heavy epic fantasy that most people are familiar with from Carey which for me was exactly what I wanted.Plus this book is set in Michigan in the winter and I couldn t help thinking about this

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