Monday, December 23, 2013

The Good, The Bad, and the Undead by Kim Harrison {Review}

The FIB, or Federal Inderland Bureau asks Rachel Morgan for help in catching a serial killer who is targeting key-line witches. Trent, who already is a corrupt councilman, comes up as a suspect, it isn't surprising that Rachel jumps at the opportunity to take him down.

Rachel Morgan is still her bad ass self, living as a bounty hunter with her partner Ivy, who is a vampire with even more urges for Rachel. Then there is Jenks, the pixie assistant, who lives in the church with Rachel and Ivy, along with his whole pixie family. I really like reading about Jenks, he's got amazing spunk and will do anything for Rachel, always having her back not matter what.

Kim Harrison's books seem awfully long, and I feel like I'm always dragging through the books. Well, the first two anyways. I will be continuing the series because I have fallen in love with each of the characters, and can't wait to learn more about them. 5/5
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1 comment:

  1. Great review, Elizabeth! I love this series so much! I can't wait for The Undead Pool to be released in February :)

    I hope your Christmas was wonderful.

    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews




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