Kitty and the Midnight Hour - Carrie Vaughn Reviews
Description:ISBN 0446616419 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Carrie Vaughn / Edition: New title / Mass Market Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2005-12-16 by Time Warner International
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by - written on 24/09/10 (Useful, 6 readings)
The first book in the story of Kitty Norville the werewolf radio DJ this book is set in and revolves around a late night dj called Kitty. We learn about how she became a werewolf after a traumatic event and the attitudes of the people who are were's towards her as a submissive wolf. Kitty begins the journey to realise she's alot more than her pack pegs her as during her late night talk show when she starts talking about the supernatural world and starts the show 'the midnight hour'. She encourages her listeners to think for themselves, and gradually does so herself. She bargains with her alpha to keep her show because it means he will get more money ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I keep promising myself I won't begin reading any more urban fantasy series and then I come across another writer in this genre who produces work that is compelling and entertaining and I'm back in the zone! Despite the plethora of vampires, witches and wizards on offer, there are still relatively few werewolves featuring as lead characters in urban fantasy fiction. Carrie Vaughn's creation of Kitty Norville is a welcome addition to this genre and this book is a great introduction to a well-written and ongoing series. Carrie Vaughn is an American fantasy writer, living in Boulder, Colorado. As well as the Kitty series which is now eight books ... Read the complete review
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