Kitty's Big Trouble

Kitty's Big Trouble

Book - 2011
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When her investigations into Wyatt Earp, vampire hunter, and the government's use of werewolves in combat lead her to San Francisco, Kitty Norville, along with her friends, becomes a pawn in the supernatural Long Game, which has been played by vampires through the millennia.
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780765365651
0765365650
Branch Call Number: F VAUGH-C
Characteristics: 307 p. ; 18 cm

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dprodrig
Aug 19, 2013

It was nice to read the next installment. Less enjoyable than previous versions because the overall plot surrounding Roman is getting really large and complex, which makes me wonder, how long and how many books before we get to the final showdown? Enjoyed the new mythology, but didn't like the final resolution and you feel a little like you were left hanging. I am looking forward to Kitty building her network, should make for interesting reading in her coming adventures.

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sparkzz
Feb 13, 2012

This has become one of my favourites of this series. It is fast paced, non-stop adventure and the premise of the plot was unique.

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TeaTal
Oct 08, 2011

I normally love this series, but I was disappointed in this latest novel. Most of the plot line felt forced, and I found myself caring less and less about the characters. I finally just gave up.

Read if you've found yourself really invested in these characters, but I wish I could have just stopped while I was ahead.

bookfanatic1979 Aug 15, 2011

Aside from the interesting fact that an ancient Chinese artifact has somehow found its way to San Francisco, this was a pretty good read. I don’t know anything about Chinese mythology (except that dragons are cool), so it was really neat to get some insight into that particular genre.

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