Among them is Luna Wilder, a tough-as-nails police officer whose job is to keep the peace. As an Insoli werewolf, Luna travels without a pack and must rely on. The first book in a thrilling, addictive new series by a talented new voice in dark fantasy. Welcome to Nocturne City, where werewolves, black magicians, and. The Nocturne City book series by Caitlin Kittredge includes books Night Life, Pure Blood, Second Skin, and several more. See the complete Nocturne City series.
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The author has created noghtlife bad boy hero, who – oh my god – does bad things! People had some great things to say about Caitlin and her works, so i figured why not. July 29, Language: A Nocturne City Novel.
I’m not usually this judgmental about books and I’ve recently developed more of a tolerance for trashy fiction, but seriously, there’s something better out there for you to read. You may not always like After scrolling through some reviews on Goodreads it seems like this is one of those books you either love or you hate.
The Story Acitlin are being horribly murdered, and Luna can’t tell anyone that it’s a werewolf. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
A ritualistic serial killer is on the loose in Nocturne City, and Detective Luna Wilder teams up with a fellow werewolf to investigate The second unsuccessful aspect involved vaitlin love interest of the main character i.
As if that isn’t enough she is also not just a werewolf but an outcast werewolf, living in a world where everyone is extremely prejudiced against werewolves. The way she acts and talks at times seems completely Not good, not good at all.
Night Life : Caitlin Kittredge :
ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Not Enabled Word Wise: No smooth sailing here. Sometimes from paragraph to paragraph she changes her attitude, things seem disconnected, as if the author wrote in chunks and forgot to connect them properly. The world-building is decent and interesting but why, oh, why make the main characters so hard to stomach? I think Kittredge was tired of the story by this point and just wanted it over with.
Pack leader of a dangerous clan of Redbacks, Dimitri sends her animal instincts into overdrive and threatens her fiercely-guarded independence. She must work the case with hostile cops, hostile suspects, and hostile witnesses all around her [yeah, I know why everyone is hostile towards Luna; even her cousin is hostile!
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I gave it a “2” instead of a “1” because Kittredge does have an interesting concept. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.
And when Luna has to nightoife into Ghosttown, to question a suspect, she knows there will be trouble, but she has no idea her entire life is about Unleash Your Inner Wolf There are a couple things about Nocturne City everyone should know.
Both are tightly controled Valium less than Peroset et al. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Is it any surprise how easy it is to set her up for murders???
Maybe if she could kottredge back of it up, I would shrug and go with it, but she isn’t that girl. Gollancz July 29, Publication Date: Did I miss something?
I’ve read some of Kittredge’s two other series; one based in London and the other a steampunk YA series. I’ve read dozens and dozens of detective novels, supernatural and not, where the male detective is an arrogant, flawed, moody “asshole” and not once have a read a review that called him out on it.
Flawed characters are interesting but characters without any redeeming qualities are unreadable.
Night Life (Nocturne City, book 1) by Caitlin Kittredge
Percodan is a mixture of aspirin and oxycodone making it a Shedule II controlled substance which are the most controlled legal drugs Schedule I are illegal drugs and not at all “easy to come by”. Books by Caitlin Kittredge. This is just my 0. The main character was admittedly another example in a long line of mouthy female lead characters in urban fantasy novels, yet was still quite likeable despite the use of this familiar trope.
As a blood-witch, she’s trying to help Luna figure out a way to avoid the change at the full moon. Oct 14, Kathy Davie rated it it was ok Shelves: It comes across as disorganized writing. It is mediocrity at its worst sadly and to be honest I think one of the reasons why urban fantasy has such a bad rap these days.
The heroin of the story is another bitchy, tough-as-nails chick who investigats a supernatural murder case.