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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Patricia Briggs
Released: March 6th 2018
Series: Alpha & Omega #5
Published by Ace Hardcover
“As a great addition to the series, BURN BRIGHT will certainly brighten up any reader’s day!”
~ Under the Covers
Patricia Briggs returns to the Alpha & Omega world with BURN BRIGHT. If you have not read the previous Mercy Thompson book, I would suggest that you do. Although they are different series, you’ll get some mention of events that I think are important to know between these two series.
BURN BRIGHT is much more mellow than the fast-pace of the Mercy Thompson series. Written in third person, it also gives readers a much more broader view of the world. I really enjoy this because we get a lot more POVs with this series than in the Mercy one, which allows for us to get some answers and/or clues for what’s going to happen next.
I will say that the very beginning of the book was a little slow, but once Charles and Anna are on the scene, that’s when things start to pick up. If you’re a fan of Mystery, I think you’ll also enjoy this series. There are a ton of unsolved mysteries in this series and it’s always a pleasure to see how they all pan out.
While most of the major cast is present, a few favorites may not be. Briggs gives a lot of insight into a lot of different people, creating a well-rounded narrative that feels all inclusive. As a great addition to the series, BURN BRIGHT will certainly brighten up any reader’s day!
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