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Ashes of Honor (October Daye Novels) MP3 CD – Audiobook, 4 Sep 2012


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  • MP3 CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; MP3 Una edition (4 Sep 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 145584893X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1455848935
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 1.3 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,322,004 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By The Demon Librarian on 12 Sep 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
At this point, six books into the series, we've seen October's character make quite the transformation, both emotionally and physically. From orphaned changeling kid, wandering lost in the human world. To wife and mother, trying to play Fairy Bride. And finally, where we are today; to kickass hero and knight errant to the Duke of Shadowed Hills, friend and ally to the King of Cats and Sea Witch, rescuer of lost kids, acquirer of loyal friends, and just all-round reckless but totally lovable main character with an infectious personality. I absolutely love her! For reals.

And throughout all these changes in her circumstances, and the physical changes and power-ups she's gone through that make her now almost as indestructible as May (her former Fetch and kinda twin sister), she's somehow managed to keep that wonderful glibness, that highly inappropriate wit that so often gets her in trouble, but that is hilarious to read.

I have to say, Seanan McGuire's writing of Toby's dialogue is so funny, and so...random. I think her humour is quirky and possibly won't be for everyone, but it really tickles me. I often have to stop to do that silent laughing thing when she catches me off guard. I just like the silliness of it, especially when it's completely inappropriately-timed.

The plot for ASHES OF HONOR was a little more simplistic than past instalments have been, which I think is a good thing because this world is complex enough without having head-bending, multi-stranded plots to try and wrap my tiny mind around. It's another missing child case; a changeling teleporter this time. Which is problematic since Toby can't exactly follow a teleporter around.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By sassbook on 27 Sep 2012
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I'm so proud of this series! So immersed in Toby's life since book 1, and so greatly satisfied with each page of each book. This book made me late for work, it made me late to a friends house & it made me leave said friends house early! This is the book we've been quietly waiting for and like every other book in this beautiful series it delivered.

If you're new to Seanan Magure please start with Rosemary & Rue so you can get the full experience. There are a few writers in my urban fantasy bookshelf that I return to with relish every so often, and Toby Daye and her misfit little gang bring me comfort and joy every time. Beautifully written, well researched, funny, scary, tense, romantic, brave and just completely awesome.

Toby is at her best in this book, she's evolving in front of our eyes, she has May, Quentin, the luidaeg and the wonderful Tybalt and Raj with her and this book is the one we've been waiting for. In some ways it felt like Seanan was closing the series, but I believe she was ending a plot series, not the books. There are more to come and she has set up a few new links for us. I feel that Seanan had a great deal of fun writing this, like she was visiting friends and letting them do exactly what they wanted!

I won't reveal the plot, suffice to say it involves a case to find a missing changeling and that is richly woven, with horrible baddies and exquisitely told. I won't spoil the slow burning love story, but you should be happy!

Honestly, I loved it. Thank you Seanan for bringing us Toby & her gang. You've really spoiled us with this book. I'm off to read it again.....
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kara-karina (Nocturnal Book Reviews) on 5 Feb 2013
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There is virtually no point saying that I love Seanan McGuire to bits. Every book of hers I read ends up with high marks. For me she is everything urban fantasy genre should strive to: high octane plot driven story, strong characters and an in depth world-building.

She has it all and she makes every book better and better than the previous one.

After heartbreaking ending of book #5 Toby Day has a short period of quiet before the storm so she can grieve. However, she gets a plea for help from the last person she would have expected to mess up, and what looks like a simple mission turns into save-the-world-try-not-to-die-in-the-process affair. Her usual type.

Not only that, the circumstances are eery similar to what happened to Toby's own daughter, and she is forced to deal with her emotional issues and her attraction to Tybalt as well. So you can say that book #6 is a turning point as it's full of revelations.

The plot is incredibly intense because Toby and Tybalt are both forced to jump between fae dimensions to find a missing girl who wreaks havoc in fae worlds and is unable to stop on her own. By doing that she is wearing off the foundations of fae magic, which holds everything together, and Toby has to stop her if she wants the world to stay as it is.

It's a fantastic read which I devoured in one go. I highly recommend this book and all the other books in the series to any fan of urban fantasy or anyone wanting to try and read something in this genre.
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Good story. I could not put the book down. I loved the series and would encourage others to read it, if you like supernatural or shifters, fairies and other supernatural beings.
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