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After I finished the first book of the All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness, I instantly searched my library for the second.
I may have “settled” for The Woman in the Window, but I lucked out with an astonishing read.
Deborah Harkness gave her All Souls Trilogy all the makings of a great fantasy series: witches and spells, daemons and vampires, and a sought after book of secrets.
Contrary to the cliche, I chose to read this book because of the cover. It looked light and summery; what I found was a complex and heavy story line, but would still make a great summer-read.
Often times, when people ask me for book recommendations an easy reply is "anything my Moriarty." But that's a reply I've edited after reading Nine Perfect Strangers.
Oh man, I didn't even realize how much I was missing Marie Lu's unique virtual world