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message 1: by Regina (new)

Regina Do you have this in an egalley?


message 2: by AH (new)

AH Yup, from Edelweiss.


message 3: by Regina (new)

Regina Is this for the bingo angel shelf?


message 4: by Regina (new)

Regina Sorry that doesn't make sense, you just posted you were reading a DTB for the shelf. Sorry.


message 5: by Regina (new)

Regina It is on the angels shelf! Do I need to read the first 3?


message 6: by AH (new)

AH Regina wrote: "Is this for the bingo angel shelf?"

I was kicking myself for starting it earlier this week. That angel shelf was brutal.


message 7: by AH (new)

AH Regina wrote: "Sorry that doesn't make sense, you just posted you were reading a DTB for the shelf. Sorry."

No, it's the ebook. I just use the version that pops up. I rarely change them to their "correct" version because the ebooks don't have page numbers in GR most of the time.


message 8: by AH (new)

AH Regina wrote: "It is on the angels shelf! Do I need to read the first 3?"

I read the first book - skipped the middle 2 and am reading this. I didn't feel like I missed much. If you haven't read the first book, you may miss out on who the characters are - like James Stark is Sandman Slim who becomes Lucifer - I am still not sure how to refer to him. Then again, I find his writing to be pretty tight and self explanatory without being repetitive. It's a very dark urban fantasy set in Convergence LA, LA in hell full of double crossing Hellions. Quite fun.


message 9: by Regina (new)

Regina I was inarticulate last night, sorry. I meant in the Bingo discussion thread you said you found a DTB book that met the angel shelf (I thought). I never match (or rarely do) the GR book to what I am reading. Glad to know I can skip ahead, as I have #4. I like how you describe this series, I cannot wait to start it.


message 10: by AH (new)

AH Oh, yes. I have a DTB that I am bringing on vacation.


message 11: by Katie (new)

Katie So, jealous...


message 12: by AH (new)

AH Katie, I think you will enjoy it. It's really good and Stark has a lot of people after him. I'm almost finished. Didn't get as much reading done as I had planned on my vacation.


message 13: by Regina (new)

Regina Welcome back!


message 14: by AH (new)

AH Thanks! Only about 100 more emails to go.


message 15: by Katie (new)

Katie AH, I will be all over it when it comes out next month!


message 16: by AH (new)

AH The only thing I disliked about this book - and maybe because it was a review copy - was that there were no chapter breaks. None. Nada. I hope that the finished copy has them.


message 17: by Regina (new)

Regina Oh, that is an odd thing.


message 18: by Katie (new)

Katie It is very strange, but I think all of the books have been like that...I don't know that I got used to it by the end of the book either. Just a quirky thing like trying to read conversation with dashes...


message 19: by AH (new)

AH I never noticed it with the other books.


message 20: by Bastard (new)

Bastard If I recall correctly, the Sandman Slim novels don't have chapter breaks.


message 21: by AH (new)

AH Bastard wrote: "If I recall correctly, the Sandman Slim novels don't have chapter breaks."

OK, I didn't remember. Good to know.


message 22: by Bastard (new)

Bastard AH wrote: "Bastard wrote: "If I recall correctly, the Sandman Slim novels don't have chapter breaks."

OK, I didn't remember. Good to know."


I've only read the first two, just ordered the next ones so will confirm with you when they get here :)


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