Sunday, April 19, 2009

Review of Turn Coat: An excerpt

It has been a long time since I have written for reasons other than academic or employment. I have just submitted my first review to The Specusphere.
Reading a novel with the intention to review definitely changes and enriches how you read. Reading
Turn Coat to review vastly increased my enjoyment of the reading process, and through considering what I liked, I stopped more to enjoy what Butcher does so well.
An except:

As can be expected from the title, Turn Coat uncovers the traitor within the White Council, providing the first direct confrontation with the previously hinted at Black Council. Turn Coat opens with Morgan, Warden and executioner of the White Council, arriving on Harry’s doorstep; uninvited, injured and on the run for murdering a senior Council member. Realising that his previous probationer is being framed, Harry must identify the real murderer and in turn, the Black Councils’ insider.
The full review will be available in The Specusphere released in May 2009.


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