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Hunter's Prayer by Lilith Saintcrow
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Feb 03, 11

Read in February, 2011

I'm a little creeped out by all the love for Pericles out there. I get he's got the brooding power thing going on, but AIEEEE so creepy! Evil! And really evil, not just faux bad-boy evil. (Which is actually why I liked the Dante Valentine series, in which the main character falls 'in love' with a demon. I use air-quotes here for a reason dude.)

This book starts with some dead teenage prostitutes, and goes from there. Jill's relationship with Saul is pleasantly positive and about as healthy as you could expect. There's more wiggling into Jill's psyche and she lays a ghost to rest. Well, actually the ghost is metaphoric*. She actually foils EEEEVIL*.

*Well, or she tries to. I'm trying to be spoiler free here.

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