by Kathleen Tierney

Reviewer Rating:
4

Review

Gritty, sarcastic, queer, violent, and foul-mouthed, Siobhan Quinn is a former junkie turned demon-hunter (sort of) turned, in one violent confrontation with both a werewolf and a vampire, into the very kind of creature she's been killing. It's all part of a complicated game involving other denizens of the Rhode Island demon underworld. I loved Quinn's voice, her up-front admission of her unreliability, the fact that she got most of her interrupted education at the local library, and her "I'm going to tell it like it is" debunking of popular lore about vampires, werewolves, etc. This isn't a book for everyone (this isn't a romance, and, as she points out, the vamps don't sparkle), but if you like fast-paced urban fantasy and a unique voice, you might fall for Quinn despite all of her flaws.

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Comments

Such a fun read, I'm looking forward to the next one in the series.

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