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Hunting the Corrigan's Blood by Holly Lisle
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Nov 14, 11

bookshelves: printed, fiction-memoir

I read Hunting the Corrigan's Blood many years after the Baen Books edition went out of print. I got a copy of the new One Word Books edition direct from Holly Lisle's website shop.HollyLisle.com. (I bought the print version, not the ebook.)

The story reads slowly sometimes and rambles in places. But in the end, that didn't seem to matter. Because the characters have staying power. This is one of those stories that having read it, I now feel a loss at having finished it. I so want to continue on with Cadence Drake that I'm having trouble imagining reading anything else right now.

To echo another reviewer, "Damn fine story."

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51.0% "Rereading this with the Little One. This is one those stories that actually made me feel sad when it was over, because I so wanted to read more of the character's adventures."

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