There is nothing quite like having a window into life of someone who has achieved success doing the work you dream to do. Especially if this person creates things that you admire. 198 more words
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Harrison’s leap from urban fantasy into sci-fi is just terrific. It is 2030 and our heroine, Peri Reed, works for a secret government agency as a drafter, someone who can turn time back and redo the preceding seconds but at the cost of forgetting time, either minutes or weeks. 52 more words
I’d never read Kim Harrison before. I picked the book because Margaurite Gavin is the narrator and I normally enjoy what she reads.
By the end of “Dead Witch Walking” I was convinced that Kim Harrison had created the basis for a strong Urban Fantasy series. 213 more words