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Bitten: Grief (Chapter 12)

Nope, I still don’t intend to get into why this is so late, but don’t expect any sort of regularity anytime soon >.> I do have the TV series on Netflix, so I’ll be covering that as well. Warning: This … Continue reading

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Bitten: Human (chapter 2)

The chapter starts out with a chain of bait’n’switch: It’s mother’s day and she has a present for someone, but her mother is dead. She’s visiting Phillip’s mother, but he’s not with her. She refers to him as her boyfriend, … Continue reading

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Bitten: Prologue

This book starts out so well. I think honestly that’s part of why I felt betrayed later, when it all unravels; it started out exactly like the kind of book I want to see more of, the kind of book … Continue reading

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TPD pp 250-252: On intentions

So let’s talk about relationships. The Hogan’s phone rings but they just let it ring. Kate’s gotten one terrible phone call already that morning, and they’re in no mood to answer another. Marshall’s busy defending himself, claiming there’s never been … Continue reading

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TPD chapter 26 pt 1: Marshall

Marshall was seeing red, and was so angry that he parked crookedly across two parking places in the Courthouse Square parking lot. Seriously, though, this ought to be the part of the book where the protagonist, who has been failing … Continue reading

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TPD pp 162-165: Lolwut?

What is this I don’t even. The last time I felt this way was over a hundred pages ago, with a brief interlude about a businessman having lost a package from a professor and his secretary saying she’ll find it. … Continue reading

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TPD pp106-7: Peretti’s Missed Calling

I adore this passage. It’s well crafted and suspenseful, right on the mark. Peretti should have written fantasy horror rather than religious fiction; leave out the spiritual warfare crap and you might have the makings of a good book. “Late … Continue reading

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