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on April 24, 2012 :
This is approximately the fifth novel-length work I've read by this author, and I think it might be her best so far. The conflict is on every page, and the story builds, step-by-step, to a great climax. In the story, the weather is as much a character as the humans/fae are, and I enjoyed reading about the storms as well as following the main storyline. Supernatural meets normal, and the fireworks start! I definitely recommend this author and I'll be buying more of her books.
(reviewed long after purchase)
L. V. MacLean
on Oct. 22, 2011 :
Summerfield is a reporter for a paranormal publication known by detractors as the "Woo Woo News", but he lives in prosaic Omaha, Nebraska. He doesn't expect to encounter violent storms and incursions of otherworldly beings and the battles and betrayals of their wars. He certainly doesn't plan on taking part in this, but he doesn't have a lot of choice about it. Not everything is quite as it seems on the surface, and not all of the characters are quite what they appear to be.
The book is great fun, a delightful read, well-written by a confident light hand. I loved it!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)