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Doubletake (Cal Leandros 7)
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on 22 February 2013
The great things about this series for me are Cal's sarcastic personality and the different supernatural world Thurman has crafted so well. I like that Niko and Cal are each other's only family and that they are close and I enjoy the interactions with Robin and Promise.

This book is largely about how close Niko and Cal are. There's a nice little story from their past in the book which Cal thinks shows how much Auphe has always been a part of him but it really just shows how much he loves and is willing to do for his brother. This seemed to be the main message of this book, I thought.

There's an surprising new bad guy in Grimm, but I found other parts of this book pretty predictable. I was disappointed in the throw away mention of a character from the first books but there's always the chance more will be made of this in the next book. Promise doesn't feature much in this one and I did feel like it was lacking a little something without her.
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on 24 December 2012
Another excellent book by Rob Thurman, I'm so glad I picked up her first book "Night Life" by chance and decided to give it a try. Love the characters. Love the humor. Love this series. And now I'm waiting patiently to find out what is install for the cynical Cal and company in the next novel.
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on 15 June 2014
Really there's three characters here - Cal, Niko, and Caliban. It's written so well that Caliban turns into Cal and you're barely aware until all hell breaks loose.

This series shows no sign of jumping the shark. It just gets better.
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