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The Neon Court by Kate Griffin
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Feb 06, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: urban-fantasy

One of the interesting things about any piece of fantasy literature is how many different ways there can be write the fae into them. Literally picking the fae up out of the woods and moving their home into the city does add a new lovely of ferocity to them - I think Simon Greene would approve.

This is not a series for anyone to read out of order, since it deals so heavily with the development of the different parts of Matthew Swifts' life - this book was mostly about him trying to understand the power accorded to him as Midnight Mayor - which it is clear by the end of book, that he is not even beginning to grasp. As a personality, it also seemed that Matthew's personality was becoming more unified - him and the Blue Angels were more in accordance with one another (generally) - there was less use of the third person except when the extra power afforded by Them was really really needed.


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