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Tricked by Kevin Hearne
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Sep 01, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: urban-fantasy, kindle
Read from May 04 to August 07, 2012

I love this series, each book is better than the last.
I mean what is not to love these books have sarcasm in plenty, food, drink, and lots of action.
I am not even going to get started on the pop culture references.
So here I am reading this book and finding out that there are going to be skin walkers in it I was all.

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I couldn't wait to see Herne's take on the myth, and I wasn't disappointed.

I was also glad to see Coyote back, I find him extremely exciting. Its fun to be on the edge of you seat reading waiting to see Atticus get once again pwned by Coyote.



Candy from a baby.




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Reading Progress

05/04/2012 page 2
1.0%
08/06/2012
14.0% "This series makes me wish I could have conversations with my dogs."
08/07/2012
84.0% "Stayed up way to late last night reading this.
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Work vs. Need to know...
Work won, that and my husband would be very cranky at me if I kept the light on much longer."
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Kelly H. (Maybedog) I love this series and am glad to hear the next one is just as good. I read a review where someone thought it was sexist and almost ruined it for me. Then I read book three and I just tossed that review out the window. Just because he's a man and thinks about sex all the time doesn't mean it's sexist, just realistic. Just because the powerful goddesses sometimes use him for sex doesn't mean it's sexist, it means powerful women can also have sex and be sexy. (I loved the scene in the last book where sex with the Morrigan is so violent it almost kills him.)

So which episode of Supernatural is that from? What's happening?


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