Curran: Volume I

Rated 4.40/5 based on 16 reviews
This isn't a short story or a novella. This is a collection of scenes written by Gordon Andrews as a companion to our Kate Daniels series of books. These scenes illustrate the point of view of Curran, the Beast Lord of Atlanta and are provided in gratitude to our readers for all of their support. This collection isn't meant to stand on its own as an independent work of fiction.
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Review by: ConanPowers on June 27, 2014 :
Pretty decent work.
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Review by: DVKov on July 08, 2013 :
I love everything in the world of Kate Daniels, and this is no exception. It gives Curran's point of view for a number of scenes in the Kate Daniels books. It's a lot of fun reading another interpretation, and in some cases added context, for these scenes. My only complaint is that I want more!!
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Review by: frank enstein on May 08, 2013 :
oy william a it says right there it is not a stand alone and is solely currans pov on the main storyline. read the friggin description next time.
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Review by: William Kieser on March 30, 2013 :
What is the exact point of this standalone work? I don't quite get it. Either something is a part of a story or it is not.

What is the point of releasing a part of story that is rather confusing?
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Review by: deb lippy on Dec. 28, 2012 :
For Kate Daniels fans who can't get enough! Thank you for keeping us wanting more!
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Review by: lcn on March 06, 2012 :
This fills in a few small gaps as to Curran's state of mind and, occasionally, fills in an actual gap in the story. (It's hard for Kate to tell you what happened when she's unconscious or decidedly absent.) The smoothness of style and polish from the main books are missing though, and that was a little disappointing. (Now we know what editors do!)
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Review by: Lady on Dec. 30, 2011 :
good point of view. not necessary to story but good read to kill time
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Review by: Mel Thomas on July 19, 2011 :
If you're a Kate Daniels fan this is a must read. It is so much fun to see things from the Beast Lord's POV.
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Review by: Mark Stewart on May 30, 2011 :
Excellently written. A great read.
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Review by: Kaje Harper on April 10, 2011 :
It's fun to get Curran's viewpoint, although I was a little disappointed that these vignettes didn't add anything deeper or unexpected to the character (especially in the scene with the soup - I would have loved more of his potential self-debate and motivations). There were also a few more typos than I would have expected from professional authors. As a freebie, this is worth a quick read by fans of the series but don't anticipate anything more than a superficial POV shift, although skillfully written as always.
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Review by: Swaz Fry on Jan. 16, 2011 : (no rating)
I love experiencing Curran's POV. Each scene took me back to the book and make each scene so much more complete for me. Please keep doing this.
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Review by: Aniko on Jan. 15, 2011 :
Reading events from Curran's POV adds a whole new layer to events from the series. Awesome! Ilona Andrews really can do no wrong.
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Review by: bea k. on Nov. 18, 2010 :
Awesome free additon to the Kate Daniels series.
Finally we get to read what's going on in Curran's head!!!
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Review by: Robin Johnson on Nov. 12, 2010 :
Can't wait for more.
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Review by: Kat Jaye on Aug. 12, 2010 :
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Happy happy joy joy!
Does Snoopies happy dance!
Faints from happiness *flop*
Huge fan thank you so much for everything ya'll do!
Kat
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Review by: lauren chen on July 23, 2010 :
for fans of the kate daniels series, having this perspective is both informative and extremely entertaining. considering the novels are told in first person from the point of view of kate (the heroine), knowing what her love/hate interest thought at certain junctures of the novels helped to round out an already well told story. the andrews(es) have given their fans something that will last and make re-reading the novels all the richer.
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