Info: Title: Blood Magic Author: Tessa Gratton Publisher: Random House ISBN: 9780552563772 Rating: [xrrgroup][xrr label="Characters:" rating="4.5/6" group="s1" ] [xrr label="Plot:" rating="5/6" group="s1"] [xrr label="Writing:" rating="4.5/6" group="s1"] [xrr label="Just One More Page:" rating="5/6" group="s1"] [xrr label="Overall:" overall=true group="s1" ][/xrrgroup] [tab name="Review"] I’d not heard too much about this series, when I spotted a review of the sequel, The Blood Keeper over… Read more →
I started off by listening to an abridged version with a different narrator, that I once downloaded in error (the abridged version not the book itself) from Audible. I listened to it for about an hour, before I gave up and nipped over to iTunes and bought the unabridged version…
…Saying that, I would like to make it clear, because I’m not sure my talk of it being darker, more harrowing etc, makes it sound that attractive a prospect to spend several hours of your life reading. Days of Blood and Starlight is a bloody brilliant book! and a cracking second part of the trilogy.
Troubled by an inability to find any meaning in his life, the 25- year-old narrator of this deceptively simple novel quits university and eventually arrives at his brother’s New York apartment. In a bid to discover what life is all about, he writes lists. He becomes obsessed by time and whether it actually matters.
Singing carols may never seem quite the same again … especially after dark.