Kitty advances the Plot – Carrie Vaughn

Kitty the Werewolf strikes again, and again, and … I have too many books to catch up on to enumerate these separately.

I’ve enjoyed four additional Kitty stories since last getting caught up on the blog.  I read these sometime in December or January.

We have:

  • Kitty and the Dead Man’s Hand – she goes to Vegas with her main squeeze guy, they find some bad weres and vamps, meet a mysterious magician, and get hitched
  • Kitty Raises Hell – a demon, I think.
  • Kitty’s House of Horrors – not quite a plot-advancer, but an interesting locked-in-the-house horror story.  Who’s killing them off, and why?
  • Kitty goes to war – the US military has had a platoon of weres and now needs Kitty’s help to keep them from rampaging now that their leader has died.

So, these were fun overall, but I am not sure that Kitty herself is a strong enough character to hold together a world-spanning conspiracy and battle against evil.  Still, it’s a nice staple read for summertime.

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  1. #1 by pawsitivelife on March 10, 2011 - 8:05 pm

    I find the books are getting weaker, but I am committed to the series. Have you tried her other books such as “Discourt Apple”?

    • #2 by bibliophage91 on March 16, 2011 - 11:19 pm

      No, sadly I had not thought yet of looking for other books she’s written. Not a bad idea.

      If you’ve enjoyed Kitty, you’ll likely enjoy Richelle Mead’s Succubus series. My comments tend to include some spoilers, so don’t plan to look there for an overview 😦

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