Not Kelleys best.,
This review is from: No Humans Involved: Number 7 in series (Otherworld) (Paperback)
Kelley hits the big time with book seven of her Otherworld series in its first hardback edition. Carrying on with the true darkness from Haunted, we see the return of child murder with links to Muti appearing throughout the novel with the chance for of her supporting characters to take the lead role.
Whilst highly anticipated Jamie seemed to lack some of her trademark humour electing to promote letchiness of her feelings for a certain Alpha male to ease through the story. Whilst entertaining the opportunity to take the Spiritual World by storm seems to have passed sadly by although certain comments alluded throughout the tale that would have made the book more interesting. Although a certain tip of the hat has to go to certain spiritualists that appear on UK television that many readers will recognize.
As I've said, entertaining but she seems to be going a tad LKH and I hope that it won't be the case, I'll still await her next Otherworld offering but really do hope that Tae or Zoe make an appearance, both deserve their own tale.
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