This book can be purchased in mass market from Amazon or Powells or ebook format. Jia is an avid reader who loves fantasy and young adult novels. She's also currently dipping her toes in the new adult genre but remains unconvinced by the prevalent need for traumatic pasts.
Her favorite authors are Michelle West and Jacqueline Carey. Jia's on a neverending quest for novels with diverse casts and multicultural settings. Feel free to email her with recommendations at jia dearauthor. I just bought this up a couple days ago and was hoping for some good things.
Unsympathetic main characters completely turn me off, though. You might have a different experience. You are correct. Those are the other two books I have to finish writing up reviews for.
danielaandari.com/snapchat-spy-lg-v40.php And despite their being all about demon hunters, they are very different from one another. It was really interesting reading a different point of view for a book that I read and enjoyed.
Jia, you write a great review and you were correct that it might work for others. I liked Jill and will be looking for the sequel.
I also have Marjorie M. I will look for your reviews on it. We do not purchase all the books we review here. These cookies help us understand user behavior within our services. For example, they let us know which features and sections are most popular.
Other books in this series. She's a Hunter, trained by the best and in over her head. Crow have a better world setup beginning to them. Audible 0 editions. With the help of her cloth family, Mrs Hinch will help you turn your house into a home. Eleanor Oliphant has learned how to survive - but not how to live. And Jill Kismet just might be able to get her revenge against an old enemy.
Subjects Fantasy Fiction. A new heroine hits the urban fantasy scene in this spectacular series about an exorcist by New York Times bestselling author, Lilith Saintcrow. When things go bump in the night, I bump back. Every city has a hunter — someone brave enough, tough enough, and fearless enough to take on the nightside.
Santa Luz is lucky. They've got Jill Kismet. With a hellbreed mark on her wrist and a lot of silverjacket ammo, she's fully trained and ready to take on the world. Except the world isn't the problem. The problem is hellbreed thinking they can run her town, and a clutch of nightmarish murders. Except the world isn't the problem.
The problem is hellbreed thinking they can run her town, and a clutch of nightmarish murders. It looks like a rogue Were is killing his way through Santa Luz, and he's got help. So does Jill--but help isn't what this new hunter needs. She needs a miracle.
But miracles are in short supply. Better stick with more ammo Welcome to the Night Shift Lilith Saintcrow was born in New Mexico, bounced around the world as an Air Force brat, and fell in love with writing when she was ten years old. She currently lives in Vancouver, WA.