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  • Sep 28, 2009
I don't really read this genre as a rule, however, I received a copy of this book and I have to say that I was immediately intrigued.

This book has far more to offer than just a novel take on the "paranormal" world.

Author Jennifer Armintrout has created a world, without a world in this new novel and I thought it was imaginative. It actually made me sit back and think about how our own world was created and if there is, in fact, always a need for a dark side in any world that exists.

The basis of this book is clever - fairies in all their forms are starting to live side to side with humans - however, the humans don't want this so they banish the ferries to the underground - however, as the fairies create their own world - they discover there is a dark side and now, both worlds will be forcced to battle it out.

As I mentioned, I thought this was both clever and highly thought provoking. The writing was also wonderful and overall, I did enjoy this book even if it is not my usual cup of tea.

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This series rocks in every way! ----Gena Showalter, New York Times bestselling author of the Lords of the Underworld series

Armintrout skillfully characterizes each character, and her use of description varies between chilling, beautiful, and disturbing. ----The Romance Readers Connection on Bloodties Book One: The Turning

The relationships between the characters are complicated and layered in ways that many authors don t bother with. ----Vampire Genre on Bloodties Book Two: Possession
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ISBN-10: 0778326624
ISBN-13: 978-0778326625
Author: Jennifer Armintrout
Publisher: Mira Books

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