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Genre: Adult | Urban Fantasy | Paranormal | Magic | Sci-Fi | Romance
Reviews: Clean Sweep
Series: Innkeeper Chronicles #2
Read Count: 1.5
Published: November 13th, 2015
Pages: 301 pages
Source: My shelves : )
My Rating: Five kisses
Sweep in Peace was absolutely stunning! The characters practically came off the page and I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough!
You probably know that Ilona Andrews is an all-time favorite author of mine. All time. I absolutely adore their writing and their characters… so much.
You know how you listen to a song by a favored artist and they always weave a “signature” into it, something that’s in all (or most) of their songs? Not all artists do this, but some do. The ones that do, you needn’t even to have heard the song to know who’s singing because of that “signature”.
Well, some writers are that way. Ilona and Gordon Andrews, certainly, they’re books don’t have a “signature” part to them, they are well and truly all unique, but you can just tell for the writing. It envelops you into a soft cocoon, and when you’re alarm tells you that it’s 3am and that you really should go to sleep… that cocoon turns into a cage. It won’t let you go. You must stay up and read! Sleep, pfft. Who cares?
This book… is everything. Soon it turns hypnotic until you don’t even notice the numbers changing on your clock, and when it blares time to get up, you’re rubbing your eyes wondering what the hell happened? Did you really stay up all night to finish this book?
Yes, you did.
Reading Ilona Andrews is both a gift and a curse. A gift, because it’s amazing and I can never put it down… a curse, because I can never put it down.
Join me in this cage, and experience the wonders
Sweep in Peace only highlighted their wonderful writing, but with the amazing plotline (that I loved), it had me absolutely captivated…hypnotized, with the hilarity and the magic and the wonderfulness it had to offer.
The Innkeeper Chronicles started out as an online project. They’d post about a third of a chapter at a time, making it up as they went and each week, readers were given just this itty-bitty window into the world, once more. I agonized with my fellow IA lovers for a year and a half over given a piece of this book crumb by crumb… and now that it’s in my hands, completed and better than ever, I’m pretty happy.
Guest review contributed by Book Whore Book Blog. This book blogger doesn’t go anywhere without a book and doesn’t leave the library without another dozen.