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  • The October Daye series is still going strong!

    Since A Killing Frost by Seanan McGuire is book fourteen in the October Daye Fantasy series, it’s kind of hard to review. If you haven’t read the series (and you really should if you enjoy Fantasy) then you will have no idea what is going on since there are too many characters and backstories to even begin to explain. And if you’re a regular to the series, I really don’t want to give anything away. I can say with any series there are some books that are not as good, but A Killing Frost is excellent. A lot of storylines are settled (or as settled as they can be in the Realm of Fairie) and one major one is opened even wider and I am very excited to see how it’s going to go in future books. Besides being a fantastic addition to the October Daye series, there is also a short story afterwards that gives greater insight into three of the characters. It’s a wonderful addition, and I’m interested to see how these characters' relationship is going to progress. I highly recommend A Killing Frost, and if you’re new to this series, I suggest you start with Rosemary and Rue.

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  • October goes on another great adventure.

    The October Daye series is now officially the longest (Urban Fantasy) series I have read and I am still loving it. The world that Seanan McGuire has created is very intricate and vast. The characters are like family members and I love seeing them grow in each book. In this book October has to find Simon, who is lost and has pieces of his memory missing, and invite him to her wedding otherwise he can claim offense which could be a very bad thing. She brings along May and Quentin on this mission. With each book we learn new things and even more secrets are revealed. I enjoyed this book a lot and I think it was a great addition to the series. October once again has a lot to deal with. She has to protect her family and also figure out how to solve different mysteries. October is definitely one of my favorite heroines, and I love that she isn't alone anymore and that she has a huge group of people she can depend on. Seanan McGuire is a phenomenal writer and she always knows how to keep me hooked to the story until the end. I already look forward to the next book.

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  • BOOM

    Another deft twist in October's story! I'm going to have to go back and reread some previous books with this new knowledge. I'm excited to see where the next book will go!

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  • Wonderful and heartbreaking and hearthealing

    This book gave me multiple moments of intense shock and dismay. It's beautiful and affecting.

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