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Four and Twenty Blackbirds

February 1, 2009

Four and Twenty Blackbirds, by Cherie Prient, was the last-but-one of my free Tor books for my Kindle.  This one was a little “one of these things is not like the other”; rather than SF or fantasy it was Southern Gothic. Not my usual thing, but I found it entertaining in a don’t-look-at-the-plot-too-closely kind of way.  It helped that the heroine was not the traditional type where you eventually start hoping the bad guys get her just to keep her idiocy out of the gene pool; Eden appears to draw from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer oeuvre. I’m not sure I would have paid money for it, but at free it was a good quick read.

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