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Ghost Town by Rachel Caine
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Mar 12, 2010

it was amazing
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It was well worth the wait. It was worth finding my way through Fade Out and its lameness, and it was worth reading unenthusiastically Kiss Of Death. In this book, we go back to Morganville in its greatest: our four heroes fight the Apocalypse, and we can never really guess how things are going to turn out. The delicious mixture of predictability and unpredictability that was always the series is back, with only the right amount of inside jokes (meaning that Myrnin is again a murderous-though-occasionally-funny beast, and not just a scary joke, for instance).

The book started great, full of death sentences and silver stakes, and although it had me worried for a second in the first third of the book, because I was actually afraid that it would get lame once again, it didn't. It only got better. And better. And, oh, yes, my heart actually skipped a beat at the end...
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Reading Progress

March 12, 2010 – Shelved
October 30, 2010 – Started Reading
October 30, 2010 –
page 75
22.39% "Will it make me forget book 7 (and perhaps 8) ever existed???"
October 31, 2010 – Finished Reading

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