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An Artificial Night by Seanan McGuire
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Jan 22, 2011

liked it
bookshelves: adult-fantasy

I won't write a long review. My feelings for this book fall along the same lines as the previous two. So instead of repeating my self over, I'll keep this short.

Same fun world.
Same bad investigator, Toby. At least in this book she admits it. But does her investigating skills improve, not really.
Same non existence of any kind of romance. Even though there are hints to something. Why leave tiny hints when nothing is coming to fruition? Frustrating! I was rooting for Tybolt and Toby but now I'm bored and trying not to get my hopes up.

I did however like the plot a tad bit more than the previous book, A Local Habitation. It was creepy and fast paced.
I'm enjoying Toby's budding relationship with Ludeig. Ludeig is on her way to calling Toby a friend.

Plot 4 stars
Cover 3 stars
Writing 3 stars
Setting 3 stars
Originality 4 stars
Characters 3 stars
Romance / Chemistry n/a
Action : Romance Ratio 100:00
Ending 4 stars
Good enough to pick up again 3 stars

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