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A contemporary Buffy Publishers WeeklyReaders will devour this fantastic series starter Barnes brings her characters to life in stunning detail This is not your usual paranormal fare RTBook ReviewsEvery other day Kali D'Angelo is a normal sixteen year old girl She goes to public high s I took far far too long to read this book It was one of the first things I was approved for on Netgalley and I downloaded it back in September along with four other books excited to finally have my hands on these fabulous e galleys Unfortunately I overestimated my ability to read for long stretches on the tiny screen of my iPod and so while I d gotten over halfway through this book when it expired that wasn t enough The end result was that yesterday when I decided I felt like finishing it I had to go and jump through hoops to re download it and search out my stopping point I also lost all my bookmarks so this review will be less coherent than I intended it to be Once I d retrieved a copy I tore through what remained of this book in less than an hour It is without a doubt one of the best YA paranormals I ve read recently and here is why it avoids almost every single flaw the genre is so plagued with For instance1 The heroine in your conventional TwilightFallenHalo YAPNR is often an ordinary girl who we are constantly told is not pretty despite the opinions of all the guys around her She s shy supposedly book smart though her actions generally bely that virginal and easily overcome with hormones when her love interest shows up and really mostly just a stand in marking where the female reader should insert herself particularly when the book is written in first personNot Kali D Angelo Oh she s the furthest thing from it Our first introduction to this badass chica is her beating up on hellhounds with extraordinary martial competence and no regrets She s definitely supernatural though she doesn t know what kind Shy is not a word that could be applied to her rather I would say that she is reserved and out of a conscious decision to distance herself than anything else She s intelligent though it s mostly street smarts and martial know how I m not complaining at least she makes decisions for good reasons Her virginity hormones and appearance have nothing to do with the plot Words cannot express how happy I am for this After the whole book I couldn t describe Kali to you nor could I tell you how HAWT the guys were and I cannot overemphasize hwo great this is Because really if this girl is going out and killing supernatural critters every other day why would I want to get distracted by her looks or those of her love interest All I need is her personalitySpeaking of I love this girl s soul She s genuninely a good person though she doubts it every now and again She does what she does for others or at least she needs to believe that she does She is strong makes sacrifices takes chances puts the benefit of the general population before her own without judgement or much bitterness If you were frustrated with Scarlet of Sisters Red for the way she dismissed non hunters Kali will alleviate that The book s first major event is her luring a chupacabra from the body of someone she doesn t like into her own counting on her unusual nature to save her but not sure that it will She does it because it s right and that s all it takes2 The love interest here if you can even call him that is distant and has very little effect on the plot I couldn t describe his abs to you if you tortured me because they re never mentioned He doesn t smolder or have a crooked grin or whatever the fuck other love interests are doing these days Kali doesn t melt around him or become an airhead He s got a hint of overprotectiveness there was one scene when he intervened in a situation that she was handling just fine and I was worried but that was the end of it Their relationship had an interesting dynamic and while I wasn t really into it I think I m happy with how it turned out3 The supporting cast are teenagers and also actual people Thank goodness I can t possibly tell you how frustrated I ve become with two dimensional teenage characters that exhibit only the worst possible stereotypes of my age group It s insulting unfair and immature on the part of the authors The teens here are simply fabulous Skylar is my favorite of course because she s spunky and funny and nothing keeps her down but I was happiest to read about Bethany the gorgeous wealthy blonde cheerleader who is for once in a hundred novels not a bitchy fashion obsessed bimbo She actually comes close to Skylar in my mental ranking of characters she s smart dry witted loyal kind beneath her facade and the kind of person I d want to be friends with There s also Skylar s broad array of brothers who added a nice dimension to the cast and also made for a good light running gag4 Supernatural creatures Sparklepires Fursploding werewolves Fey Angels Nope Try chupacabras dragons basilisks kelpies manticores hellhounds zombies hydra and I don t want to say too much because this is one aspect you ll probably enjoy if you let it unfold naturally but the supernatural creatures are wonderfully varied and the explanation for their existence is extremely interesting The way they ve been integrated into society is cool as well and felt very believable to me5 The finale is unusual There were a couple of big surprises and Kali had to make some hard choices but I felt like they all came from a good place and they were the right choices for her There s also no cliffhanger to this but instead a tidy denouement which actually made me sniffle a little and then a last chapter that feels like the lead in to a truly badass series one which I will definitely read6 Love triangle Nope I realized when I was reading this that I ve started playing spot the love interests with YA books because there are almost always two and they re usually very identifiable I was completely utterly wrong here The guy I thought would be a love interest wasn t thank goodness and the one I figured for a mentor figure was not so thrilled about this but it ll work in the end I m sure It was so refreshing And you know in a book this light on romance even the one fellow didn t actually matter that much Lovely7 The relationship between parent and child is something that many YA authors have trouble with they resort to Disappearing Parent Syndrome in order to explain things away or let their characters do things they otherwise wouldn t have managed Kali s dad while not the most present of parents is a really great guy Explaining why would be spoilers but let s just say that their eventual heart to heart made me want to give my parents big hugs Like every parent he s doing the best with what he has and he s made mistakes but his heart is really in the right place and he triesThere will be aspects of the ending that not everyone will take as easily as I did One of the major revelations really changes the background of the book and the potential nature of the seuels I think it opens up new territory but that s an individual judgement call that each reader will need to make for themselvesThe reason this is a four star book and not a five at times the narrative was repetitiveredundant often in a way which made Kali seem momentarily frustrating Mostly I liked her but she sometimes assumes that everything has to do with her even when it s completely illogicalAlso I should mention one thing being dropped in here courtesy of my lost bookmarks from the beginning or else I would have mentioned it earlier Kali s emotions about the transition between her human and non human times are intense and well crafted Understandably she feels like she s losing part of herself when she makes the change and that made her really sympathetic to meI m not sure this is one I d advocate that you buy but it does come out right around Christmas and there are worse books to get as gifts so at the very least it deserves a place on your wishlist Full disclosure I recieved a galley copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley No external considerations went into this review Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, usual paranormal fare RTBook ReviewsEvery other day Kali D'Angelo is a normal sixteen year old girl She goes to public high s I took far far too long to read this book It was one of the first things I was approved for on Netgalley and I downloaded it back in September along with four other books excited to finally have my hands on these fabulous e galleys Unfortunately I overestimated my ability to read for long stretches on the tiny screen of my iPod and so while I d gotten over halfway through this book when it expired that wasn t enough The end result was that yesterday when I decided I felt like finishing it I had to go and jump through hoops to re download it and search out my stopping point I also lost all my bookmarks so this review will be less coherent than I intended it to be Once I d retrieved a copy I tore through what remained of this book in less than an hour It is without a doubt one of the best YA paranormals I ve read recently and here is why it avoids almost every single flaw the genre is so plagued with For instance1 The heroine in your conventional TwilightFallenHalo YAPNR is often an ordinary girl who we are constantly told is not pretty despite the opinions of all the guys around her She s shy supposedly book smart though her actions generally bely that virginal and easily overcome with hormones when her love interest shows We up and really mostly just a stand in marking where the female reader should insert herself particularly when the book is written in first personNot Kali D Angelo Oh she s the furthest thing from it Our first introduction to this badass chica is her beating The Moon Platoon (Space Runners, up on hellhounds with extraordinary martial competence and no regrets She s definitely supernatural though she doesn t know what kind Shy is not a word that could be applied to her rather I would say that she is reserved and out of a conscious decision to distance herself than anything else She s intelligent though it s mostly street smarts and martial know how I m not complaining at least she makes decisions for good reasons Her virginity hormones and appearance have nothing to do with the plot Words cannot express how happy I am for this After the whole book I couldn t describe Kali to you nor could I tell you how HAWT the guys were and I cannot overemphasize hwo great this is Because really if this girl is going out and killing supernatural critters every other day why would I want to get distracted by her looks or those of her love interest All I need is her personalitySpeaking of I love this girl s soul She s genuninely a good person though she doubts it every now and again She does what she does for others or at least she needs to believe that she does She is strong makes sacrifices takes chances puts the benefit of the general population before her own without judgement or much bitterness If you were frustrated with Scarlet of Sisters Red for the way she dismissed non hunters Kali will alleviate that The book s first major event is her luring a chupacabra from the body of someone she doesn t like into her own counting on her The Echo (The Anomaly Quartet, unusual nature to save her but not sure that it will She does it because it s right and that s all it takes2 The love interest here if you can even call him that is distant and has very little effect on the plot I couldn t describe his abs to you if you tortured me because they re never mentioned He doesn t smolder or have a crooked grin or whatever the fuck other love interests are doing these days Kali doesn t melt around him or become an airhead He s got a hint of overprotectiveness there was one scene when he intervened in a situation that she was handling just fine and I was worried but that was the end of it Their relationship had an interesting dynamic and while I wasn t really into it I think I m happy with how it turned out3 The supporting cast are teenagers and also actual people Thank goodness I can t possibly tell you how frustrated I ve become with two dimensional teenage characters that exhibit only the worst possible stereotypes of my age group It s insulting The Asset (Wounded Warrior unfair and immature on the part of the authors The teens here are simply fabulous Skylar is my favorite of course because she s spunky and funny and nothing keeps her down but I was happiest to read about Bethany the gorgeous wealthy blonde cheerleader who is for once in a hundred novels not a bitchy fashion obsessed bimbo She actually comes close to Skylar in my mental ranking of characters she s smart dry witted loyal kind beneath her facade and the kind of person I d want to be friends with There s also Skylar s broad array of brothers who added a nice dimension to the cast and also made for a good light running gag4 Supernatural creatures Sparklepires Fursploding werewolves Fey Angels Nope Try chupacabras dragons basilisks kelpies manticores hellhounds zombies hydra and I don t want to say too much because this is one aspect you ll probably enjoy if you let it Shadow of Doubt (Newpointe 911, unfold naturally but the supernatural creatures are wonderfully varied and the explanation for their existence is extremely interesting The way they ve been integrated into society is cool as well and felt very believable to me5 The finale is Amazing Discoveries That Unlock the Bible unusual There were a couple of big surprises and Kali had to make some hard choices but I felt like they all came from a good place and they were the right choices for her There s also no cliffhanger to this but instead a tidy denouement which actually made me sniffle a little and then a last chapter that feels like the lead in to a truly badass series one which I will definitely read6 Love triangle Nope I realized when I was reading this that I ve started playing spot the love interests with YA books because there are almost always two and they re The Ruminator usually very identifiable I was completely Infamous utterly wrong here The guy I thought would be a love interest wasn t thank goodness and the one I figured for a mentor figure was not so thrilled about this but it ll work in the end I m sure It was so refreshing And you know in a book this light on romance even the one fellow didn t actually matter that much Lovely7 The relationship between parent and child is something that many YA authors have trouble with they resort to Disappearing Parent Syndrome in order to explain things away or let their characters do things they otherwise wouldn t have managed Kali s dad while not the most present of parents is a really great guy Explaining why would be spoilers but let s just say that their eventual heart to heart made me want to give my parents big hugs Like every parent he s doing the best with what he has and he s made mistakes but his heart is really in the right place and he triesThere will be aspects of the ending that not everyone will take as easily as I did One of the major revelations really changes the background of the book and the potential nature of the seuels I think it opens Comfort of a Man up new territory but that s an individual judgement call that each reader will need to make for themselvesThe reason this is a four star book and not a five at times the narrative was repetitiveredundant often in a way which made Kali seem momentarily frustrating Mostly I liked her but she sometimes assumes that everything has to do with her even when it s completely illogicalAlso I should mention one thing being dropped in here courtesy of my lost bookmarks from the beginning or else I would have mentioned it earlier Kali s emotions about the transition between her human and non human times are intense and well crafted Understandably she feels like she s losing part of herself when she makes the change and that made her really sympathetic to meI m not sure this is one I d advocate that you buy but it does come out right around Christmas and there are worse books to get as gifts so at the very least it deserves a place on your wishlist Full disclosure I recieved a galley copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley No external considerations went into this review

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E is practically indestructibleBut when Kali notices a mark on a popular girl at school she knows instantly that the girl is marked for death by one of these unworldly beings And she knows she has only twenty four hours to save herThere's only one problem it's the wrong twenty four hours 35 stars Much better than I thought it would be In fact the blurb didn t make me want to read it at all If it weren t for the fact that I really enjoy Barnes other series Raised By Wolves I wouldn t have even bothered with this one But couple that with the fact that it was one of the only things available from the library and I decided to give it a chance In the end it wasn t awesome but it was an interesting mix of paranormal and sci fi There were a lot of things left open at the end so I m guessing this might become part of a new series If not it was still worth the read Double Jeopardy unworldly beings And she knows she has only twenty four hours to save herThere's only one problem it's the wrong twenty four hours 35 stars Much better than I thought it would be In fact the blurb didn t make me want to read it at all If it weren t for the fact that I really enjoy Barnes other series Raised By Wolves I wouldn t have even bothered with this one But couple that with the fact that it was one of the only things available from the library and I decided to give it a chance In the end it wasn t awesome but it was an interesting mix of paranormal and sci fi There were a lot of things left open at the end so I m guessing this might become part of a new series If not it was still worth the read

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Chool She attends pep rallies reluctantly She's humanAnd every other day in between she's notThough she's not uite sure what she is on those days Kali knows what she does she hunts traps and kills demons hellhounds and other supernatural creatures that threaten her world On those days sh Review originally published on The Book Smugglers Just like Thea I am in panic mode in this all in attempt to read ALL THE BOOKS before 2011 closes so that I can come up with the most fair and informed Best of 2011 list as possible Unlike Thea though I have ZERO discipline and instead of catching up with the books that have come out early in the year and have been languishing in my TBR pile I am reading books that are not going to be out till the end of the year Every Other Day is one of them and I read it because the premise sounded so good and sometimes you must really follow your instincts TBR pile be damned sorry TBR pile I do love youEvery Other Day is set in a world where Charles Darwin s famous voyage to the Galapagos spawned not only the beginning of the theory of Evolution but also revealed to the world the existence of creatures hitherto thought to be merely mythical like Dragons Chupacabras and Hellhounds amongst others These days most of them have been catalogued studied and some are even protected species despite their obvious threat to humankindKali D Angelo is your regular 17 year old human girl Or mostly Because every other day she is something else something else that as far as she is aware hasn t been catalogued or studied Something else that is powerful super strong nearly indestructible and moved by the need to hunt and slay other preternatural creatures She s been keeping this a secret since she was 12 and without knowing WHAT she is she has felt apart and lonely for ages She has no friends barely communicates with her father and mostly goes through the motionsOn one of the days she is human Kali notices that Bethany a girl from her school has been contaminated by a Chupacabra a powerful parasite whose mark means death to any human Moved by instinct and her knowledge that at dawn she will be than human and will be able to kill the creature Kali manages to transfer the mark to herself opening up a can of worms by doing so First of all when dawn comes and she is not human any not only the creature seems to be a perfect fit heightening her powers but through the Chupacabra she is also able to psychically connect to another person who seems to know what she is a guy named Zev Unfortunately for her the presence of the Chupacabra at their school was not a random accident and soon Kali and her new found friends Bethany and Skyler who is a bit psychic find themselves at the centre of a scientific conspiracyEvery Other Day is a cool mixture of Urban Fantasy and Science Fiction and it has a lot going for it The pacing is incredible with non stop action the whole story takes place over the course of merely two days The twists keep coming and the sense of danger is present throughout The author does not shy away from it there are never cop outs and the story is much darker and much violent than I anticipated it would be A lot of ParanormalFantasy YA these days deals with supernatural creatures but they are usually de fanged beyond recognition Not here whatwho Kali is on her non human days is a wondrous powerful truly scary thingThe premise itself is an interesting one because it adds not only tension with Kali usually waiting for her non human days to be able to use her powers but also gravitas to her arc every day she literally dies She is never fully human nor is she that other thing She is not only different but she feels differently every other day This dichotomy the moral conundrums about her humanity or lack of she finds herself grappling with are fascinating and mostly well explored by the storyWhat I loved the most about the book though were the three female characters and their relationship with each other They are three fantastic girls with different personalities and motivations They exist on their own grounds and I loved how they are not framed by their relationships with boys I am sure that Skyler with her psychic powers is supposed to be darling of the story but Bethany the popular cheerleader was awesome She is not exactly the nicest person around and I loved her to bits because she had many other facets that were slowly revealed without making her any less popular or demoting her from her top place at school A lot of times I feel that the Popular Cheerleader has to be brought down in order to grow as a character and I really appreciated that Bethany went through stuff without having to lose part of who she isOn the down side there are three things that kept Every Other Day from being the excellent read it could have been1 The inordinate amount of repetitious inner monologue Kali constantly repeats how people like me are followed by a breakdown of her abilities over and over again I get it I understand that this works as a means to create an identity for herself but it is really really tiresome 2 The romance Calling the relationship between Kali and Zev a romance is almost a misnomer because it is so secondary to the plot as to make it almost an after thought but there were things about it that gave me pause When Kali finds out what she is she also finds out that her species comes in pairs and this brings an almost immediate connection with Zev who is supposedly her other half I felt uncomfortable about what seemed a glaring absence of any uestioning whatsoever about this obvious lack of choice Having said that I though the resolution for their connection to be excellent and I believe there is scope for growth and discussion in future books3 The ending and how it connects with the overall world building Without spoiling the ending brought forth revelations about certain things and about the nature of certain people that it was unnecessarily convoluted This is very unfortunate as up to that point I was actually digging the worldbuildingDespite these criticisms I actually uite enjoyed reading Every Other Day and thought it was a solid albeit flawed debut to a series that has a lot of potential for growth Here is hoping The Moon Platoon (Space Runners, uite sure what she is on those days Kali knows what she does she hunts traps and kills demons hellhounds and other supernatural creatures that threaten her world On those days sh Review originally published on The Book Smugglers Just like Thea I am in panic mode in this all in attempt to read ALL THE BOOKS before 2011 closes so that I can come The Echo (The Anomaly Quartet, up with the most fair and informed Best of 2011 list as possible Unlike Thea though I have ZERO discipline and instead of catching The Asset (Wounded Warrior up with the books that have come out early in the year and have been languishing in my TBR pile I am reading books that are not going to be out till the end of the year Every Other Day is one of them and I read it because the premise sounded so good and sometimes you must really follow your instincts TBR pile be damned sorry TBR pile I do love youEvery Other Day is set in a world where Charles Darwin s famous voyage to the Galapagos spawned not only the beginning of the theory of Evolution but also revealed to the world the existence of creatures hitherto thought to be merely mythical like Dragons Chupacabras and Hellhounds amongst others These days most of them have been catalogued studied and some are even protected species despite their obvious threat to humankindKali D Angelo is your regular 17 year old human girl Or mostly Because every other day she is something else something else that as far as she is aware hasn t been catalogued or studied Something else that is powerful super strong nearly indestructible and moved by the need to hunt and slay other preternatural creatures She s been keeping this a secret since she was 12 and without knowing WHAT she is she has felt apart and lonely for ages She has no friends barely communicates with her father and mostly goes through the motionsOn one of the days she is human Kali notices that Bethany a girl from her school has been contaminated by a Chupacabra a powerful parasite whose mark means death to any human Moved by instinct and her knowledge that at dawn she will be than human and will be able to kill the creature Kali manages to transfer the mark to herself opening Shadow of Doubt (Newpointe 911, up a can of worms by doing so First of all when dawn comes and she is not human any not only the creature seems to be a perfect fit heightening her powers but through the Chupacabra she is also able to psychically connect to another person who seems to know what she is a guy named Zev Unfortunately for her the presence of the Chupacabra at their school was not a random accident and soon Kali and her new found friends Bethany and Skyler who is a bit psychic find themselves at the centre of a scientific conspiracyEvery Other Day is a cool mixture of Urban Fantasy and Science Fiction and it has a lot going for it The pacing is incredible with non stop action the whole story takes place over the course of merely two days The twists keep coming and the sense of danger is present throughout The author does not shy away from it there are never cop outs and the story is much darker and much violent than I anticipated it would be A lot of ParanormalFantasy YA these days deals with supernatural creatures but they are Amazing Discoveries That Unlock the Bible usually de fanged beyond recognition Not here whatwho Kali is on her non human days is a wondrous powerful truly scary thingThe premise itself is an interesting one because it adds not only tension with Kali The Ruminator usually waiting for her non human days to be able to Infamous use her powers but also gravitas to her arc every day she literally dies She is never fully human nor is she that other thing She is not only different but she feels differently every other day This dichotomy the moral conundrums about her humanity or lack of she finds herself grappling with are fascinating and mostly well explored by the storyWhat I loved the most about the book though were the three female characters and their relationship with each other They are three fantastic girls with different personalities and motivations They exist on their own grounds and I loved how they are not framed by their relationships with boys I am sure that Skyler with her psychic powers is supposed to be darling of the story but Bethany the popular cheerleader was awesome She is not exactly the nicest person around and I loved her to bits because she had many other facets that were slowly revealed without making her any less popular or demoting her from her top place at school A lot of times I feel that the Popular Cheerleader has to be brought down in order to grow as a character and I really appreciated that Bethany went through stuff without having to lose part of who she isOn the down side there are three things that kept Every Other Day from being the excellent read it could have been1 The inordinate amount of repetitious inner monologue Kali constantly repeats how people like me are followed by a breakdown of her abilities over and over again I get it I Comfort of a Man understand that this works as a means to create an identity for herself but it is really really tiresome 2 The romance Calling the relationship between Kali and Zev a romance is almost a misnomer because it is so secondary to the plot as to make it almost an after thought but there were things about it that gave me pause When Kali finds out what she is she also finds out that her species comes in pairs and this brings an almost immediate connection with Zev who is supposedly her other half I felt A Cowboy Christmas uncomfortable about what seemed a glaring absence of any Comfort of a Man uestioning whatsoever about this obvious lack of choice Having said that I though the resolution for their connection to be excellent and I believe there is scope for growth and discussion in future books3 The ending and how it connects with the overall world building Without spoiling the ending brought forth revelations about certain things and about the nature of certain people that it was Husband From 9 To 5 unnecessarily convoluted This is very The Bonny Bride unfortunate as The Beleaguered Lord Bourne (Regency Trilogy, up to that point I was actually digging the worldbuildingDespite these criticisms I actually Bending the Rules (Sisterhood Diaries, uite enjoyed reading Every Other Day and thought it was a solid albeit flawed debut to a series that has a lot of potential for growth Here is hoping

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  • Every Other Day
  • Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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  • 06 December 2019
  • 9781606844151

About the Author: Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Jennifer Lynn Barnes who mostly goes by Jen was born in Tulsa Oklahoma She has been in turn a competitive cheerleader a volleyball player a dancer a debutante a primate cognition researcher a teen model a comic book geek and a lemur aficionado She's been writing for as long as she can remember finished her first full book which she now refers to as a practice book and which none



10 thoughts on “Every Other Day

  1. says:

    Breathless I never read this kind of book before and I know some of my friends already mentioned and read books with this kind of concept which I don't like to mention to avoid comparing both books This is my first time to encounter a

  2. says:

    I took far far too long to read this book It was one of the first things I was approved for on Netgalley and I downloaded it back in September along with four other books excited to finally have my hands on these fabulous e galleys

  3. says:

    I really enjoy Jennifer Lynn Barnes writing she is a very talented writer She has the rare ability to make her books almost seem poetic at tim

  4. says:

    If you are looking for a book with a kickass heroine and fabulous plot then Every Other Day is for youI was completely bl

  5. says:

    The main character’s humor was pretty good I just didn’t connect with the story as much as I would have liked

  6. says:

    Review originally published on The Book Smugglers Just like Thea I am in panic mode in this all in attempt to read ALL THE BOOKS before 2011 closes so that I can come up with the most fair and informed Best of 2011 list as possible Unlike Thea though I have ZERO discipline and instead of catching up with the books that have come out early in the year and have been languishing in my TBR pile I am reading books that are not going to be out t

  7. says:

    I love everything this woman writes it is my 7th book by her and I am sure I would give 5 stars to a grocery shopping list written by Jennifer There is something in her way of telling the story that it never seems boring like ever Now I am s

  8. says:

    I really liked this book It has an original story with lots of action and likable characters It starts slow but once it picks up the flow is con

  9. says:

    35 stars Much better than I thought it would be In fact the blurb didn't make me want to read it at all If it weren't for the fact that I really enjoy Barnes other series Raised By Wolves I wouldn't have even bothered with this one But couple that with the fact that it was one of the only things available from t

  10. says:

    Four Stars This book features a uniue kick butt heroine Lots of funTick Tick the seconds drag only twenty two h

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