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SOUL HUNT
by Margaret Ronald

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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This third book in Ronald’s Evie Scelan series is every bit as satisfying as the first two. Evie is a complicated and nuanced protagonist and it’s a pleasure to read her story and root for her to come out triumphant — but as in life, victories don’t come free, and Ronald makes sure that not only do the antagonists pay, but that Evie is changed by the experience as well.

Evie Scelan has a lot of problems. Not only has she taken the horn of the Wild Hunt, she’s used it without permission, usurping the place of the rightful owners (inasmuch as one can own a Wild Hunt). On top of that, she’s been feeling strangely weak and off-balance ever since she rescued Nate from the quarry spirit and her sense of smell has disappeared — and given that she’s the Hound, this is a massive problem. Evie only has two months to figure out what’s going on, since that’s when the Wild Hunt will come for her. What she discovers about herself and her chosen family will change her life forever. (EOS, Jan., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Natalie A. Luhrs

Publisher: EOS

Published: January 2011

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