Eduardo Marquez Marquez from Suomenniemi, Finland
The strongest book yet in the Jane Yellowrock sequence, and a inferno of a good yarn. We get deeper into Jane's head as she allows love into her life, and then is betrayed as Rick disappears amid indicia of adultery - and the in the works strengths up as werewolves show up in New Orleans to challenge the vamps, bigwig shifters come out to the business, intriguing Jane's own inner bigwig, and the guru vamp that Jane protects gets a wreak from the past whose existence gives the bibliomaniac a doom more information in the tradition of the vampire in this sequence. Oh dear! WHAT A RIDE.
A few years ago a friend of ditch bought me this omnibus. I quite enjoyed it at the stage. I forgot about it until last November when i was going through my old belongings, and found it. I immediately picked up the novel, and zoomed through it in a term or two. A spell or so later, I read it again and still enjoyed it. I just think the novel provides an interesting count on at relationships. I believe we can all relate to at least some of it. Anyway, I've now bought this omnibus for three friends, all of whom liked it. I've told everyone and anyone about it whenever the subject of paper pops up. It is simply an easy, quick read that knock off you feel good.
Awesome. Just awesome. Read it.