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Dates From Hell by Kim Harrison
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bookshelves: otherworld, the-hallows

"The Kim Harrison story was really bad. I don't if it because I haven't read any of her books, but I felt really confused by her world. It took me a minute to even kind of understand what her character was. I was not impressed by that character at all. She seemed very whiny, and my life is woe without really trying to change anything about it. I was very disappointed, especially after reading her short story in Prom Nights from Hell, because that one was very entertaining.

Lynsay Sands' story was great. I fdound the characters funny and likable. The situration she put them into was great. After this story I might try some of her other books.

Kelley Armstrong's story was the reason I got the book in the first place. I am a big fan of her Otherwold series, and this story did not disappoint. I really enjoyed the banter between Hope and Karl.

Lori Handeland's story was entertaing. The characters were interesting enough and engaging enough, but I has not inspired me to want to read more from her."
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Raven To understand Ivy's perspective and where she's coming from it does help immensely to read Kim Harrison's other stories, it gives a whole lot more back ground.


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Layla Smith Since I wrote this review, I have read several Hollows books, and enjoyed them. The story without reading the series is not good, but now that I have read the series the story makes way more sense.


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