It's well time that i post my review for this week but depites my best effort so far i'm not really managing my time easily . It's one of my resolutions for 2016 so too early to give up as well^^
Still today, in the deep of the night, i'm sharing with you my opinion of an instalment in one of my favourites series since i've decided to read a little more in the sequels part of my TBR pile.
Genre: urban fantasy,faeSource: bought
If you are looking for a urban fantasy series about Fae, this is the one i would recommend without a doubt. Chimes at Midnight is book 7 and Seanan Mcguire still captes my attention from the first page to the last one it’s full of action with a big dosis of humour and so, so many fae species.
I love to learn about new ones in each book - i’m fond of Cu sidhe now ; ) - and how they interact with each others even if i hate most of the nobles politics at the same time...fae can be so cruel
I’m really fond of Toby as she did mature a lot from book 1 ( getting trickier at the same time but with a Cait sidhe at her side that’s quite normal i guess^^). She is so fiercely loyal and wanting things to be fair.....but also getting in the worse situations possible...
Tybalt is here and so protective as well as Danny ( he alone would make you change your mind on trolls forever), we do get to see a lot of the Luiadeg as well which is always a moment a savor.
This time, wanting to protect Changeling, and Faerie in general, from a deadly drug, Toby manages to get exiled by the Queen (such a b*****)....since it would mean also big consequences for her friends she is determined to change the situation even if it means going against the monarch... and at the same time she is discovering how numerous her allies are and how glad she is for them.
I don’t want to reveal too much as the mysteries slowly revealed are part of what makes these books so captivating but i can tell you that once again i’m anxious for the next book as well as fearing it . You see Toby tend to do a lot of things that can have consequences in the long run and once again she jumped head first in a binding that could be so, so disastrous that i really want to discover what will be asked while a little afraid of what will happen... that’s the magic of this author... in each book you get answers ( big one this time^^) and at teh same time more questions nearly driving you insane ^^
So definitively great instalment and soon i will read the next book ( or see if a short story doresn’t take place between this book and the next as i don’t want to miss anything)
Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review
Did you decide to formulate some resolutions/goals for 2016?Which Ones?