For Halloween, I decided to sit down and read the second book of Cherie Priest's Eden Moore
trilogy (at least, that's what it is so far), and I must say, my reading of this book is long overdue. It hit the spot, especially for this time of year, and I'm overly fond of Priest's use of setting and local legends to create such a great story. It's a slightly different read than the first, Four and Twenty Blackbirds
, but it's just as good, if not better. I can't wait to read the third. :)[return][return]And if you haven't checked Cherie Priest out, you should. I'm not sure if it's a wise thing to read Wings to the Kingdom
without having read Four and Twenty Blackbirds
first, but both are definitely worth getting your hands on. Plus, it's perfect Halloween reading. Ghosts, desperate killers, and green-eyed monsters. What's not to love?[return][return]For a full review, please click here: http://calico-reaction.livejournal.co...