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EVE OF DESTRUCTION
by S.J. Day

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Shapeshifter, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy

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When we last saw new "Mark" Eve Hollis she was on the precipice of life and death, so thankfully Day wastes no time jumping back into the fray. This trilogy has a complex mythos that continues to place legendary siblings Cain and Abel at odds. Plenty of action keeps the middle book racing along. Day has a genuine flair for urban fantasy!

NOTE: This is the second title in the Marked series.

Resurrected after her deadly run-in with a dragon, Eve Hollis is set to train with the rest of the new Mark recruits. While she's supposed to be safe and undergoing necessary training, brothers Alec Cain and Reed
Abel have their own missions. Cain
is to stop an alpha werewolf's plot, and Abel to investigate a new type
of demon.

Separated from her mentors, Eve
soon realizes something is seriously wrong at her boot camp. Evil is prowling among them -- and now passing this course is literally a matter of life and death.

(TOR, Jun., 414 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: TOR

Published: June 2009

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