Fair Game - Patricia Briggs Reviews
Description:Genre: Horror / Author: Patricia Briggs / Paperback / Publication Date: 2012 / Publisher: Orbit
Newest Review: ... situation will allow Charles time to heal whatever ails him. My Opinion: I absolutely love the Mercy Thompson series and I ... more
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by - written on 21/06/12 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Patricia Briggs writes one of my favourite urban fantasy series featuring Mercy Thompson so when she began a spin-off series, based on a successful novella which was included in a paranormal anthology, I couldn't wait to get reading. Sadly, that first book didn't really live up to my expectations largely because I found it difficult to reach any sort of empathy with either of the main protagonists. I persevered, however, and read the second only to again find that, for me, it fell short and I'd more or less resolved not to bother with book three. Despite those intentions, I did buy it and discovered that maybe things are beginning to look up with this series after ... Read the complete review
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