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It’s a pity that some of them are insane, because life is about to get crazy for Jayce and her coworkers.

I’m SO disappointed because this series has the potential to be good. In addition to vampires, werewolves and golems we get superheroes. The narrative was a deat odd for me in this book. I suppose on some level this is meant to remind us of the similarity between Jace’s originating world and the world she inhabits today, and the fact that they are connected but for me, it plain and simple just dragged on and on.

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I hope this is the begining of a series lbows than two books because I can see me likin I know this is going to be a batrant book, I really enjoyed the first one and when I read the expert in the back of the book for this book I was instantly into it. Though it is still bloows heavy. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.


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DD Barant lives in Vancouver, BC, and loves monsters, chocolate, animals, reading, comics and lying naked on the beach, while hating bullies, narrow-minded people, Sea Urchin Sushi and gluten. Jace is a great character, even though she is the low man on the totem pole so barranf speak in this world, she retains a tough chick attitude and she is extremely sarcastic.

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Barant, who is obviously a fan of comics, did some name dropping of famous comic artists, weighed DC deaty Marvel against each other, and went into the story lines and origin stories of many superheros.

The second book in this series starring Special Agent Jace Valchek still trapped in the alternative dimension she was pulled into last book.

This is book 2 of the Bloodhound Files. To ask other readers questions about Death Blowsplease sign up. She would do things her way and he could take it or leave it. I’m pretty interested to see how things continue to brew and whether they decide to make a go of it or not. In front of her lies a vampi Never thought I’d read a novel that had to deal with comics as part of an investigation!!!

Jace is still stuck in the alternative universe and she is busier than anyone there with werewolves and vampires going insane. Now imagine hunting down killers in this world.

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At one point she offers a theory which requires time travel and Cassius tells her that the time sword thing doesn’t allow time travel. Jace isn’t as angry, she’s not overtly being held hostage, and the relationships she started ddeath book one really start to gel. I thought she actually did an awesome job with the character development. Everything was so convoluted that I finished the book not entirely understanding how we made it to the end.


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Forums Science fiction and fantasy Reviews Alternative-Worlds. Soon, she’s following a trail of dead bodies into the sinister underworld of black-market comics—where a deranged madman gives new meaning to the term “super-villain”….

My favorite quote in the whole book was with Charlie and Jace in her apartment with Galahad after he transforms into a human: Blade to the Keep.

The victim is staged like the comic book character, The Flash.

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Pete as Jace knows it, and there’s an ‘different version’ of him, called himself Tair, which is definitely NOT like Dr. Want to Read saving…. The one character I really want to have a romantic trust doesn’t have the equipment for it. These are the Bloodhound Files The doctor were, the older and distant vamp, the steady and witty golum.

To top it off we find out the victim is the father to be of Jace’s friend and co-worker Gretchen. Even though he eventually reveals it to her, there is another motive. With the world now established this book was a better read than the first.

Cassius is pissing me off as much as Jace with his refusal to fill in important investigation.