Women of the Otherworld series

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Darkness Raging

Before I get into the plot of Darkness Raging, I want to caution readers who are not caught up with the Otherworld series not to read this review. Unfortunately, I can't adequately review this, the eighteenth entry in the series, without revealing some pretty serious spoilers relating to earlier boo ...

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Personal Demon

It’s tricky to review a book in a series you've followed as a reader since the beginning. I first read Kelley Armstrong’s Bitten in 2002, and it’s become one of my favorite novels. Sadly, Personal Demon, the 8th in Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series, has only cemented something that ...

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No Humans Involved

No Humans Involved is the seventh book in the Women of the Otherworld series, a series that has maintained a readable quality, but not managed to exceed - or really match - the quality of its first couple of books. This book fits into that pattern very neatly. This time around our Othe ...

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Broken

Although I have enjoyed the previous books in the Women of the Otherworld series, this one was definitely not my favorite. It was nice to see Elena and Clay featured again, but I felt that they spent most of the book running in circles, chasing their tails (pun intended). For those that aren ...