Tag: New Orleans

Review: Avenger’s Heat by Katie Reus

Review: Avenger’s Heat by Katie Reus

  Erin Flynn bucks the trend as she is a female Enforcer in a world dominated by men. She and Noah, the werewolf that adores her, travel down to New Orleans to try to investigate the disappearances of a group of pregnant shape-shifters. Angelo, their packmate and Brianna, a Fae warrior, are also recruited to help out. 

May 24, 2014 Reviews 2 Comments
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Review: Ghost Train to New Orleans by Mur Lafferty

Review: Ghost Train to New Orleans by Mur Lafferty

  Our intrepid human travel guide Zoe quickly discovers there is something rotten in the state of New Orleans. Zoe and her band of coterie get drawn into another mess involving zealots, zoetists and zombies. In order to stay alive, Zoe must get to know the spirit of New Orleans and try not to avoid all the good advice coterie give her.

April 3, 2014 Reviews 0 Comments
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Review: River Road by Suzanne Johnson

Review: River Road by Suzanne Johnson

  River Road is a worthy successor to Royal Street, one of my favourite novels of 2012. Things are starting to get back on track three years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans but the effects of it are still being felt. Lots of supes are taking advantage of the barriers between Beyond and here being wiped out and a territory dispute has broken out between two rival mer-people tribes. Each claims the other is poisoning the local water and if DJ can’t figure out what is actually causing the problem, humans and supes are likely to die. 

August 24, 2013 Reviews 0 Comments
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Review: Elysian Fields by Suzanne Johnson

Review: Elysian Fields by Suzanne Johnson

  The axman cometh and DJ is determined the hunt him down. This creepy killer may have been dead for the better part of a century but with the help of a necromancer, he is happily biding his time chopping up the good citizens of New Orleans while he narrows in on DJ. If DJ had been at the top of her game, I have no doubt she could have handled him with aplomb but her problems are multiplying exponentially and she is stretched to her absolute limits.

August 6, 2013 Reviews 6 Comments
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