Apr 24, Sharon rated it it was ok I struggled reading this book, felt like I was wading in deep, muddy waters. Found it very hard going, had to re-read many sections to make sense of it all, and found the characters a bit vaguely defined. Jul 30, Jennifer rated it really liked it Not sure -- It was a quick read for me, enjoyable enough for a guilty pleasure, but there are issues with the set-up only Catholics are equipped to fight the immense evil and the snippy attacks on Wiccans. Aug 11, Andrea rated it did not like it This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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A five-time RITA finalist and Daphne du Maurier Award winner, Brennan enjoys spending her free time reading, playing games, watching high school sports, and researching her novels. Her heart raced as she sat upright in the strange bed, staring at the dark-red blood drip, drip, dripping onto the white sheets, disappearing as each thick drop spread.
She swallowed the scream that fought to escape. She blinked and the blood was gone. The panicked rage faded. She almost—almost, but not quite—forgot the feeling of her hand clenching the heavy, balanced dagger. Almost forgot the sickening sound of the blade slicing through tendons, hitting bone, cutting out an invisible soul and throwing it to demons that tore it to shreds, feeding.
The fear from the dream stayed; it always did. Moira lived with fear day in and day out, sometimes buried so deep she almost could believe it was gone. When she lied to herself.
As the nightmare faded, her vision blurred. The dim early-morning light coming from the edges of the closed blinds looked cloudy and surreal, like her nightmare. She felt a vision coming on.
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