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Everyone needs a boost now and then. I'm going to put this out there right now: I wasn't a huge fan of Dead Spots.
It was clunky and exposition-heavy. I probably wouldn't have picked this one up if I hadn't been able to "borrow" it with my Amazon Prime membership This book rolls along without any of the slog of the first book.
Although it's simple, it's a fun, effective story, and I could read a light mystery like this any day of the week and go to bed feeling satisfied.
As before, Scarlett is a null so I'm going to put this out there right now: I wasn't a huge fan of Dead Spots. As before, Scarlett is a null someone that makes supernatural creatures normal when they get close to her , and her job is to clean up supernatural crime scenes.
She does approximately none of that in this book. Instead, the plot focuses on her former null-crime-scene-cleaner mentor stalking her, and it spares us from too much exposition, thank Odin's fluffy beard.
We get more of Detective Cuteness, who is about as much of the typical beta male as you can possibly imagine - one of my favorite kinds of heroes, not gonna lie.
I kind of want to shake him and Scarlet, since their estrangement doesn't make a lot of sense they kissed, and then OH NO WE CAN'T KISS, watch out for that KISSING thing , but their interactions toward the end make up for it.
But I'm still not a fan of bouncing between first person POV and Jesse's third person, especially since he doesn't add much to the narrative.
Sorry, but it's true. We got some nice glimpses at his family in the first book, but aside from a scene or two with Runa that seemed vaguely relevant, I don't think I would have missed his POV at all if it had been skipped.
I really hope that there's nothing to do with Olivia in the third book, though, because she's been pretty much played out at this point.
Scarlet's stubborn, pragmatic insistence on sacrificing herself was a little eyeroll-worthy, too, but I did appreciate the practicality of it.
I get annoyed at the Starks in ASoIaF because they're so stupidly focused on honor and not on the ugly-but-practical solutions to the problems, but that's not Scarlet at all.
You've got to wonder why she doesn't seem to value her life - that seems like something worth further exploration in future books.
My one major complaint was that what Scarlet did to Eli at the end seemed to be totally out of left field. It didn't feel earned at all.
I get really annoyed at Anita Blake's spontaneous acquisition of powers, so I hope that was a one-off thing. It COULD make for super duper interesting dilemmas in the rest of the series - she's more dangerous than ever, and hopefully that means the threat will be higher than ever.
Scarlet's going to have to learn to value her existence before that's convincing, though. All in all, I'd call this a solid urban fantasy mystery.
Not one of the cornerstones of the genre, but definitely a pleasant way to spend the afternoon. The plot: Similar characters again, with the introduction of some new ones.
Jesse is pulled back into Scarlett's world with the murder of two witches, two tourists who have the same name of Scarlett's, and the murder of a rabbi and the theft of witch artifacts.
What this all means is investigated by Jesse and Scarlett, but they do know that Olivia, Scarlett's psycho ex-mentor and other null, is involved in someway.
Jesse has a girlfriend in the beginning of this one and I was hoping that the love The plot: Similar characters again, with the introduction of some new ones.
Jesse has a girlfriend in the beginning of this one and I was hoping that the love triangle between Eli, Scarlett, and Jesse would be finished.
But nope, it remains. I am not a big fan or Scarlett and I don't really see why Eli and Jesse see in her. Also, I don't get Jesse comparing her new girlfriend against Scarlett and seeing that Scarlett is so much stronger than her.
I just wanted her to dump Jesse's ass. The story was okay though at the conclusion I am still not sure why the two witches are dead. Thought I have my own thoughts regarding that view spoiler [ since they both saw the future, I think that the villains didn't want them warning anybody hide spoiler ].
Throughout the book, Scarlett kept on trying to "protect" people from the baddies in here. But the thing was was that these people were more than culpable to taking care of themselves.
She was making decisions for other people and that is not cool brah. Furthermore, the ending really made me mad. It went along the same line, but I thought it was so much worse.
Yes, he hated being a werewolf and he was guilt-ridden about it. However, she NEVER asked him if he wanted her to do so. In fact, she'd been bitchy with Eli throughout the entire book.
She took away his choice from him and that is not right. I liked this world, I liked the characters, I liked the plot, but I didn't like the relationships.
This one wasn't as bad as some I've read, but it's still on the event horizon, so to speak. I know I'm supposed to like the cop, and on his own, yeah, he's fine, but I'm just not seeing the main character and the cop together.
If I could've cut those bits out of the book I would've liked everything else just fine well, okay, I'd resurrect one character. But I thought Scarlett had more chemistry with the Alpha and Omega than she did with the Cop.
Despite my misgivings about the dumb, pale, love triangle flickering on in the background I loved this storyline. Scarlet finding out about the machinations Olivia had regarding her life, those who could have done something about it, and her reactions lend more light on why Scarlet is the way she is now.
It was tough Despite my misgivings about the dumb, pale, love triangle flickering on in the background I loved this storyline. It was tough but I see her growing up some and am starting to like her a litttttttle bit more now.
One of the things I like about this world is how magic is simple, easy to pick up, and new additions fit right in to what is already there.
This world is getting exceedingly more interesting the more I read. Quick review: Cover: Nice Rating: R Thumbs Up: 4 Overall: Unhappy with Scarlett Characters: Well Written Plot: Danger for her is brought to everyone she cares for Page Turner: Yes Series Cont.?
Audio Review Amy McFadden did a good job with narration. If you enjoy urban fantasy, these are the books for you.
Olson does a terrific job continuing to build her world and using familiar monsters -- vampires and werewolves -- in unfamiliar ways.
As in "Dead Spots," the best part is the focus on Scarlett and her powers as a "null," someone who can cancel out the powers of vampires, werewolves and witches.
Scarlett is both very likable and flawed, making her approachable and easy to root for. And the villain was excellent. I can't wait to see what hap If you enjoy urban fantasy, these are the books for you.
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After graduation, and a brief stint bouncing around the Hollywood studio system, Melissa landed in Madison, WI, where she eventually acquired a master's degree from UW-Milwaukee, a husband, a mortgage, a teaching gig, two kids, and two comically o Melissa Olson was born and raised in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and studied film and literature at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
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In July , it was announced that Neil Busch had been removed from the band and Danny Wood would be taking his place on bass.
Trail of Dead released Worlds Apart on January 25, The band also added live keyboardist David Longoria to their touring lineup.
Now a six-piece, the band toured heavily on the album, with its trademark explosive live performances and a two-drummer attack.
Opening for part of this tour was Longoria's band The Black , which featured Longoria on vocals and guitarist Alan Schaefer, with the rest of TOD filling out the group.
The band's fifth album, So Divided , was released on November 14, Clay Morris replaced Longoria as live keyboardist, and eventually became a full-time member.
In late summer of , the Trail of Dead once again toured Europe, this time with drummer Aaron Ford replacing Doni Schroader.
He would eventually be replaced by Jay Leo Phillips. The band provided the soundtrack to the film Hell on Wheels , a documentary about the formation of Roller Derby in Austin, Texas.
After their overseas tour ended on March 15, , the Trail of Dead returned to the studio to begin recording their sixth record.
In early , Trail of Dead went back into the studio, without a record contract. On February 17, , a track album, The Century of Self was released.
On November 10, , it was announced that their seventh album, Tao of the Dead , would be released in North America on February 8, Aaron Ford recorded all of the drums for Tao of the Dead , but has left the band.
On February 17, , it was announced that Jason Reece would guest host Toby Ryan's radio show on Austin's KROX-FM X.
In , the band recorded material for a new album in Hanover , Germany with producer, Chris "Frenchie" Smith and engineer Mirko Hofmann.
In May , the band announced a forthcoming EP Tao of the Dead Part III via Twitter. On November 14, , the band released "Don't Look Down," the first single from their tenth album, X: The Godless Void and Other Stories.
The second single, 'The Godless Void' was released on December 6, Tour supporting the album starts January 14 in Austin, Texas and continues up and down the West Coast.
It moves over for a month long tour in the UK and across Europe. The band cites their influences to include Fugazi , Melvins , Bikini Kill , Bauhaus ,  Echo and the Bunnymen , KARP , Unwound , Sonic Youth , Led Zeppelin , Rush , Genesis , Pink Floyd , Public Enemy , Yes , J.
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