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Dawn Cook, who also writes under the pen name Kim Harrison, was born in Michigan. She is a member of both the Romance Writers of America and The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Under the name of Dawn Cook, her books include The Decoy Princess, Princess At Sea, and the Truth series. afficher plus Under the name of Kim Harrison, she writes the Rachel Morgan or Hollows series. In 2014 her titles, The Undead Pool and The Witch with No Name made The New York Times Best Seller List. (Bowker Author Biography) afficher moins
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Œuvres de Kim Harrison

The Outlaw Demon Wails (2008) 3,365 exemplaires
White Witch, Black Curse (2009) 2,857 exemplaires
Black Magic Sanction (2010) 2,389 exemplaires
Pale Demon (2011) 2,021 exemplaires
A Perfect Blood (2012) — Auteur — 1,617 exemplaires
Dates From Hell (Anthology 4-in-1) (2006) — Contributeur — 1,547 exemplaires
Ever After (2013) 1,361 exemplaires
The Undead Pool (2014) 1,182 exemplaires
Once Dead, Twice Shy (2009) 1,030 exemplaires
The Witch With No Name (2014) 1,028 exemplaires
Holidays Are Hell (Anthology 4-in-1) (2007) — Contributeur — 982 exemplaires
Vérité Première (2002) 719 exemplaires
Hotter Than Hell (2008) — Directeur de publication; Contributeur — 659 exemplaires
The Decoy Princess (2005) 616 exemplaires
Unbound (2009) — Contributeur — 565 exemplaires
The Drafter (2015) 547 exemplaires
Vérité cachée (2002) 500 exemplaires
Early to Death, Early to Rise (2010) 483 exemplaires
Vérité tome 3 : Vérité oubliée (2003) 464 exemplaires
Vérité perdue : tome 4 (2004) 438 exemplaires
Princess at Sea (2006) 424 exemplaires
American Demon (2020) 403 exemplaires
The Hollows Insider (2011) 322 exemplaires
Blood Work (2011) 304 exemplaires
Million Dollar Demon (2021) 282 exemplaires
Something Deadly This Way Comes (2011) 268 exemplaires
Trouble with the Cursed (2022) 207 exemplaires
This Witch for Hire (2006) 200 exemplaires
Dead Witches Tell No Tales (2006) 183 exemplaires
The Operator (2016) 180 exemplaires
Sudden Backtrack (2014) 136 exemplaires
Blood Crime (2012) 132 exemplaires
Demons of Good and Evil (2023) 98 exemplaires
Sideswiped (2015) 98 exemplaires
Trouble on Reserve (2014) 78 exemplaires
Waylaid (2016) 78 exemplaires
Three Kinds of Lucky (2024) 77 exemplaires
Pet Shop Boys: A Short Story (2012) 70 exemplaires
Perfunctory Affection (2019) 46 exemplaires
Two Ghosts for Sister Rachel (2012) 26 exemplaires
The Hollows, Bundle 1: Books 1-4 (2013) 16 exemplaires
The Bespelled 9 exemplaires
The Hollows, Bundle 2: Books 5-8 (2014) 8 exemplaires
Demon's Bluff (Hollows Book 18) (2024) 7 exemplaires
The Hollows, Bundle 3: Books 9-12 (2014) 6 exemplaires
Dirty Magic 5 exemplaires
Ley Line Drifter 5 exemplaires
Lost Truth (2010) 2 exemplaires
The Hollows: Books 1-7 (2009) 2 exemplaires
Million-Dollar Baby 2 exemplaires
The Ashes of Worlds 1 exemplaire
Bang! #13 1 exemplaire
The Hollows (2012) 1 exemplaire
The Agent 1 exemplaire
[No title] 1 exemplaire

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Nuits d'enfer au paradis (2007) — Contributeur — 1,412 exemplaires
The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance 2 (2009) — Contributeur — 193 exemplaires
Demons (2011) — Contributeur — 66 exemplaires


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I am a girl hero person and this series is filled with them! I love the world of the Hollows and am always happy to spend a day reading the next installment. I mean, who wouldn't be fascinated by a world filled with Pixies, Vampires, Demons, Witches, Elves, and Werewolves? If you are a fantasy fan then give this one a whirl you will not be disappointed.
FlowerBrookCottage | 5 autres critiques | May 22, 2024 |
While I love YA Teen books, this one confused me a little bit. I figured that since we knew Madison was dead, just from reading the blurb; that we would get a little more detail, or even a chapter out of what really happened that lead up to her being dead and walking around "alive". But really, you just get little flash backs and a few paragraphs after 3 or so chapters.
Once I understood what all was going on, it was easy-ish to get into the story. Madison, our main character, is dead, but not really dead. See she snagged what she thought was a Dark Reapers amulet and has been trying to learn to use it with the help of her Light Reaper. Now, confusing as that was, I kinda got it.. Dark Reapers are reapers who scythe the living before it is their time, and Light Reapers are there to stop them usually. All the power of the reapers; both light and dark; comes from the amulets that they wear, which contains their power and scythe (sword).
There are also Light and Dark timekeepers (which are humans), they make the amulets for the reapers. Light for light and Dark for dark... When Madison stole what she thought was a reapers amulet what she actually did was snag the Dark Timekeeper's (Kairos) amulet.
So, when Ron; the Light Timekeeper and Barnabas; Madison's Light Reaper; figure out that what she actually has is the Dark Timekeeper amulet, they disappear to talk with the seraphs leaving Madison in the care of a first-sphere guardian angel. Madison and Josh ( prom date the night she died) along with "Grace" the guardian angel, barely make it through two days without Ron or Barnabas....
The ending was kinda hard to believe, but then again, I know nothing of angels as I don't normally read any books about them ( just the Fallen ones!), but I am looking forward to reading the next book in the trilogy to see what happens.
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chaoticmel | 62 autres critiques | May 18, 2024 |
Well, who knew demons and curses could be a good thing? No doubt the fans of this series did, since this is book 12 in the series, and judging by the number of stars it's rated at, I'd say the fans were pleased with this one. I didn't realize this was part of a series when I downloaded the audio version from Overload, but it didn't take long to figure out, as the beginning seemed to be filling me in on how things work in this paranormal fantasy world of demons, elves, pixies, vampires, werewolves, zombies etc., but there was so much that I didn't feel like this was a first introduction. I'm thinking this book would have held my interest better had I started at the beginning, and I'm still pondering whether I will.… (plus d'informations)
TraSea | 49 autres critiques | Apr 29, 2024 |
3.5 A rough-ish complicated start to a new series. First I hate Ashley. There was a lot of world building, a lot of character development, and a lot of explaining on the magical system. I had a bit of trouble getting the magical theory in felt complex to me and i'm not sure I got it all by the end. To be fair the magic was developing along with the story so that might all resolved it's self in the next book. First books are usually difficult to digest in a fantasy series for me, it's all so new. The MC's character was not consistent she'd act strong independent then say something so childish, or act so reckless, like a teenager. Another point that really felt off was the relationship with her ______ it didn't feel legit/believable even in the story, almost cartoonish. OH my Gawd the military- COMIC BOOK ! She didn't question these people showing up when she should have, she didn't really question anyone like any normal person would she just lalalalala ok you're here, lalalalala
Wait there was a part that was pure wrong. A character died, a character that didn't have any reason to be in the scene that made any sense. The whole time I'm thinking come on really do something with____ how are you going to get away safely ? Come on characters THINK !
I really am shocked Kim Harrison's female characters are usually much brighter than this girl. I didn't love this first book, didn't care for the comic book feel when the book was aiming for it.
What did I like ? I liked the set up, I liked the world, the possibilities, the future of the series. Yes I'll be reading more, at least one more.
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TheYodamom | 4 autres critiques | Apr 12, 2024 |


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