ARC Review: Autumn Bones by Jacqueline Carey

Posted October 1, 2013 by Francesca in Reviews / 3 Comments

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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ARC Review: Autumn Bones by Jacqueline Carey
Autumn Bones
by Jacqueline Carey

5 Stars


Released: October 1, 2013
Series: Agent of Hel #2
Published by Roc
Pages: 368
Format: ARC

Recommended Read!

“I am quickly becoming addicted to anything and everything Daisy related.”
~ Under the Covers

AUTUMN BONES is another unexpected ride, full of ups and downs and a lot more twists than I thought I could handle.  I was unprepared by how much I enjoyed this sequel.  I am quickly becoming addicted to anything and everything Daisy related.  She’s one of my favorite heroines this past year!

This book is the perfect combination between Daisy’s personal life and romantic messes while dealing with supernatural chaos in Pemkowet.  Voodoo, a bit of magic and…a satyr!  AUTUMN BONES doesn’t have one page of boring in it!  The storyline will keep you on the edge of your seat with all the action, and at the same time it’ll leave you wanting more of it!

On the romance front… it’s complicated!  Very complicated.  And while this book may come across as Daisy being a bit of a ho-bag, I actually didn’t feel that because I was right there along with her with her choices!  I can’t help but feel like Daisy is my friend, whom I’m very jealous of at times.  I understand her and admire her, even as I want her life!

If you’re tired of all the same old, same old urban fantasy out there then you have to read this series!  It’s a breath of fresh air for anyone looking for a less gritty urban fantasy.  Jacqueline Carey has me hooked!




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About Jacqueline Carey

Jacqueline Carey (born 1964 in Highland Park, Illinois) is an author and novelist, primarily of fantasy fiction.

She attended Lake Forest College, receiving B.A.'s in psychology and English literature. During college, she spent 6 months working in a bookstore as part of a work exchange program. While there, she decided to write professionally. After returning she started her writing career while working at the art center of a local college. After ten years, she discovered success with the publication of her first book in 2001.

Currently, Carey lives in western Michigan and is a member of the oldest Mardi Gras krewe in the state.


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I can’t wait to read this one. I read the first book not too long ago and fell in love with it. Daisy is a great heroine and I want to move to Pemkowet. 🙂


This sounds great-thanks Francesca!

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