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05/29/2003 Entry: "Shelley's Recent Reads -- Harris, Huff, Armstrong"
CLUB DEAD by Charlaine Harris
I enjoyed this a lot, but it is very much a middle book in a series. It was very fast paced as far as the action went, but definitely left a lot up in the air as far as the relationships. If you are impatient with loose ends, read this one close to the release of the next book.
LONG HOT SUMMONING by Tanya Huff
I loved Tanya Huff's LONG HOT SUMMONING. I found myself laughing out loud on several occasions. Hell is back and can be found at a mall near you... As funny as these SUMMONING books are, they also manage to have a great sense of adventure. Even while you're laughing, the mission the heroines are on remains suspenseful, which is a nice trick. Huff is one of those authors I wish could write super fast. I love so many of her different series I want to see books in all of them.
STOLEN by Kelley Armstrong
I really enjoyed STOLEN a lot. Not a SFR, but lots of good action and I enjoy Elena's voice. I am looking forward to Armstrong's next novel about Paige, but I also hope she someday circles back to the werewolves--even the secondary werewolf characters in STOLEN were fairly interesting.
[Kelley Armstrong's first book, BITTEN]