Posts Tagged ‘jacqueline carey’

I can say with confidence at this point that Jacqueline Carey is one of my favorite authors. It’s the detail, I think. It gets me every time. The characters don’t hurt, either. This is the second book featuring Moirinn, who’s half D’Angeline and half Alban (I’d spell the tribe, but that would require me to […]

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I ended up skipping the second book in this trilogy. I am not sure why. So I just read the last couple of chapters so I could remind myself of what happened and then moved on to this book. Kushiel’s Mercy starts out with the country of Terre D’Ange in turmoil—Imri and the princess whose […]


I have a real hard time with Jacqueline Carey’s books. And it’s not because they’re bad. It’s because they’re the exact opposite of that. I have to be careful because usually once I read one, I have to follow that up by devouring every last other one of them in quick and addicted succession. And […]


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