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Demon Bound by Caitlin Kittredge
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Oct 04, 2011

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Read from October 04 to 14, 2011

This is a really dark tale that never lightens up, even the shining moments are tainted by selfish people, doing the wrong thing for the right reason, and demon soot. Detective Inspector Pete Caldecott (Pete is short for Petunia) is thrown in the the world of magic, sorcery, demons, and the old gods when Jack Winter shows back up in her life after she spent years thinking he was dead.Demon Bound takes up right where Street Magic let off, but from the perspective of Jack and how magic, and being the crow-mage has been a part of his life in ways that Pete can’t understand, and in someways that she doesn’t want to understand. We learn more what it is that drives Jack and the reason for his dealings with demons.Unfortunately the tale wasn’t that much of a new one for an old hand at supernatural/urban fantasy series such as myself. I guessed every twist and turn before it happened. I was intrigued with the knew characters in a familiar setting, and think it is definitely a series worth reading. But I was hoping to be surprised by something, and I wasn’t. I was never disappointed in the series, characters, or plot lines, I just wasn’t over awed either.
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