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Blood Work by Kim Harrison
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Dec 02, 2014

it was ok
bookshelves: vampire, graphic-novel, urban-fantasy, paranormal-fiction, demon
Read in February, 2012

Eh. The story is very light (less than a novella), told from Ivy's point of view upon first meeting Rachel. Rachel is very much as described in the books, though Ivy and Kisten are not quite accurate. My biggest beef with this is that the story line seems very 20/20 hindsight-esque, where Ivy is very cognizant of her attraction to Rachel as a deeper attraction than just superficial sexual attraction, and she seems way way too aware of how messed up Piscary has made her - which the true realization of that doesn't happen for Ivy until several books into the Hollows series. I guess I'd say it just tried too hard to be meaningful. This would be some fun for fans but is it translatable or meaningful to a new reader? Not sure.

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