April 11, 2012

Review of: Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs

In a world where "witches, vampires, werewolves, and shape-shifters live beside ordinary people" (Booklist), it takes a very unusual woman to call it home. By day, Mercy Thompson is a car mechanic in Eastern Washington. By night, she explores her preternatural side. As a shape-shifter with some unusual talents, Mercy's found herself maintaining a tenuous harmony between the human and the not-so- human on more than one occasion. This time she may get more than she bargained for.

Bone Crossed begins about one week after Iron Kissed ended. Mercy is still dealing with the emotional aftermath of the events that occurred in Iron Kissed (who wouldn't be?) Mercy is being slammed by panic attacks and nightmares.

I don't want to give away anything for those who haven't read the previous books, I'll be as circumspect as I can. While the previous books have centered around vampires and werewolves, Bone Crossed is much more ghost-centric. I really enjoyed Bone Crossed, definitely as much as the previous 2 books (not counting the prequel, which I have not read).

Sample chapter of Bone Crossed from Ms Briggs website.

Title: Bone Crossed
Author: Patricia Briggs
ISBN: 9780441016761
Pages: 309
Published by: Ace Hardcover (February 2009)
Categories: Fiction, Paranormal, Romance, Series, Vampire, Werewolf, Walker
Source: Public Library

Books in this series:
Homecoming (a graphic novel prequel)
Moon Called 
Blood Bound 
Bone Crossed**
Silver Borne 
River Marked 
Frost Burned (coming February 2013)
**This review.

This series on FictFact. Mercedes (Mercy) Thompson

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