Tag Archives: DAW Books

Review: An Artificial Night by Seanan McGuire

An Artificial Night is the third novel in the October Daye series by Seanan McGuire. And it’s quickly becoming my favorite fae series out there. And I’m a bit of a fae snob, so I feel like that is actually saying something. Continue reading

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Review: Unraveling by Karen Lord

Unraveling is described as a standalone novel by Karen Lord. It’s a novel where mystery and Caribbean lore meet in the middle. The end result is whimsical, dark, and thoroughly enchanting. The novel follows two immortals (Chance and Trickster) along with one forensic therapist and they attempt to unravel the truth behind a series of murders. Continue reading

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Review: A Local Habituation (October Daye #2) by Seanan McGuire

Publisher: DAW Books Author: Seanan McGuire Released: March 2nd 2010 Received: Own Rating:  A Local Habitation is the second in the October Daye series, which currently is twelve books long…if you don’t count all the novellas and short stories that … Continue reading

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