Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Review - Darkness Calls by Marjorie M. Liu

A new review has been posted on the website for Darkness Calls by Marjorie M. Liu. This is the second novel on the Hunter Kiss series.

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Please feel free to share any comments on this book here on the blog post. :)

Kimberly Swan,


Michelle Greathouse said...


I read and enjoyed the first book in this series, The Iron Hunt, and I'm looking forward to Darkness Calls. :)

Thank you for the review.


Kimberly Swan said...

Hi Michelle - I enjoyed Darkness Calls even more than Iron Hunt. I just love Maxine's little demon boys. *grin* A few more days and it will be out on the shelves. Happy Reading!

My pleasure! :)

Cybercliper said...

I loved the Hunter Kiss novella. I look forward to seeing what she's up to with Grant. But you know, I just realized after seeing Michelle G's post that I've missed a book - The Iron Hunt. I didn't realize it was part of the Hunter Kiss series...guess you know what I'll be doing this weekend!!!

Kimberly Swan said...

Cyberclipper - I missed the novella and struggled a little at the beginning of Iron Hunt until I got to know the characters. (you can't help but warm up to them quickly) Having already read Hunter Kiss you should really start out the novels comfortably. It's always nice to be able to read 2 in a row, so I'm sure that you'll enjoy it. Happy reading! :)

Enchanted by Books said...

I really want to read this one. Sounds so good. I really enjoyed Iron Hunt. That was my first Liu book. I know she has a ton more. I need to try her other books also.

Kimberly Swan said...

Rachael - I first read her in the Crimson City series. That's a great series and a wonderful group of authors to check out sometime (when you get through your review pile!). *grin*

Enchanted by Books said...

Hey Kimberly
Oh she must have alot of series books going on then? The only one I knew of besides this one was Dirk and Steele. The only thing is, it's so many books in that sometimes I get discouraged. I'm more likely to jump into a series that's only 2 or 3 books books in rather then 9.

My review pile is endless...LOL

Kimberly Swan said...

Rachael - Crimson City was a few years ago and it was several authors writing the stories. I've read some of the Dirk and Steele series, but not all, and I think each one was a different couple involved so that may be appealing to you (rather than 9 about the same couple).