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The Healing of Crossroads (Crossroads #3)

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  103 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Since she has become Keeper of the Book of Strangeways, BJ spends her days traveling throughout different realms, both real and imagined. On her journeys, she finds that outside of Crossroads, the creatures of myth and magic are falling ill. To save them, she must lure them back, to where they can be cared for and healed. But in doing so, BJ has opened a new road into Cros ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 321 pages
Published December 1st 1996 by Ace (first published 1996)
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Snail in Danger (Sid) Nicolaides
A much stronger book than the last one, Under the Healing Sign. This is an adequate stopping point, but I feel like the author wasn't done with these characters. If he was, why introduce Frieda and Andy? (Frieda being a vet student and sometimes-narrator of this book, Andy being B.J.'s cousin who probably has Huntington's chorea and is coming to her alma mater to study physics.)

This is also problematic in a couple of ways. B.J. learns belatedly that her lover is (view spoiler)
Having killed Morgan, BJ is prepared to settle into a more mundane life of caring for animals. But the problems she introduced in the last book continue to plague her. She has to go after all the creatures she moved out and try to build a new ecosystem. Everything that was getting pregnant in the last book is now having babies. And BJ herself is having a small complication in her relationship with Stefan.

The attempt to deal with an ecosystem yet talk only about maybe four species still amused me
A more accurate review would be a 1.5. I didn't HATTE it, but didn't enjoy it all that much. BJ Vaughn, vet to the animal or part-animal citizens of Crossroads, needs to get them back, because the other worlds they were exiled to (for their own safety) are making it impossible for them to reproduce safely.
BJ turns into a blithering idiot. She irresponsibly brings new species in without considering how they will fit in to the ecology/geography of the Country. She takes stupid personal risks and m
I wish there were more books set in this world. i loved all these books.
I loved this series and still have it on my bookshelf
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Nicholas Benjamin O’Donohoe. Born in 1952.
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Other Books in the Series

Crossroads (3 books)
  • The Magic and the Healing (Crossroads, 1)
  • Under the Healing Sign (Crossroads, 2)
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