Dy's Take

January 27, 2009

No Humans Involved by Kelley Armstrong

Filed under: Books — Dy @ 12:29

( 10 ) Women of the OtherWorld, book 7

I was looking forward to Jaime’s book; she comes across so ditzy as a sideline character, I was looking forward to delving deeper into her nature. I enjoyed that.  I also enjoyed seeing Jeremy a little moe human, a little less lionized (can you say that about a werewolf?).

I HATED that this novel involved harm to children.  I get it, life sucks, kids get hurt, but I really, really don’t like it in my fiction. All the young children were killed before the story began, so the only narrated death was that of a teen runaway, but still.  The same story could have been told w/o involving children, even fictitiously. I flat gave up LKH for a few years after she wrote an Anita Blake that involved a child cult; there are other ways to tell the tale ladies.

*a disappointed fan*


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