Thursday Next is hiding out, but the Well is a linguistic free-for-all with a murderer stalking Jurisfiction agents and nobody is safe, least of all Thursday herself.
Genre: arcanepunk fantasy
Victor plans to kill every Sinclair. But Lila Merriweather won’t let him, for she’s got places to break into, stuff to steal, and Devon Sinclair fighting right by my side.
Nothing could prepare Kate for what she now faces: a wedding, Roland kidnapping Saiman, and the Witch Oracle predicting the death of Atlanta, Curran, and their son.
A bigoted senator’s son is but one of the many tourists disappearing, but Augustine is worried more about Harlow’s possession that what Giselle is up to.
First in the Icarus Project arcanepunk fantasy superhero comic in text form. My Take Yawn. I kept pushing my way through, hoping it would get better. Oh, well. I wish Kessler-Kittredge (KK) had merged a bit of Meg Cabot’s Princess Mia into this story to remind me that Jet was really still an innocent “teen”. Her character was so lame that I wanted to boot her! KK kept switching perspectives as well as flashbacks on a regular basis although they did provide plenty of clues as long as you read the chapter starts. They were a bit clumsy in their switching your sympathies, but the empathy does finally happen, and Black and White‘s ending was a shocker, although it explained so much. What these girls needed was communication and an open mind. At least on Jet’s part. I suspect that part of my dislike for this story was Jet and her stupidity and constant fear. It’s a lousy combination for anyone, and all I wanted to do was smack her silly. A little bit of thought and introspection on her part would have helped her quite a bit. She has this shadow power and constantly flinches from it. She should […]