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Ashes of Honor (October Daye Novels (Paperback)) Mass Market Paperback – 4 Sep 2012

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Product details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 353 pages
  • Publisher: Daw Books; Original edition (4 Sept. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0756407494
  • ISBN-13: 978-0756407490
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.4 x 17.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 813,016 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"The brisk pacing, the effective mix of human and magical characters, and the PI ambience all make this an excellent choice for fans of Butcher's Harry Dresden series.... Toby's unusual heritage and her uneasy relationships with her mother's family will remind readers of Brigg's Mercy Thompson series, and Thompson fans will appreciate Toby's tough and self-reliant character."--Booklist (starred review)

"This newest installment in McGuire's October Daye series is fast-paced, without ever being frantic, with excellent characterization.... McGuire is a dab hand at dialogue, and the bantering between Toby and everyone -- especially Tybalt -- is one of the highlights of the book."--RT Book Reviews

"The October Daye series is one of those delicious worlds that becomes more and more beloved with each visit, and "Ashes of Honor" is my favorite of this series to date."--All Things Urban Fantasy

"McGuire applies a hard-boiled mentality and a keen appreciation for mythology to a blend of politics, magic, and romance to make this the most entertaining series installment to date."--Publishers Weekly

"With "Ashes of Honor", McGuire has crafted a deeply personal and intense story that will keep you on the edge, hoping to be pushed over. In my opinion, it is, hands down, the best Toby to date."--The Ranting Dragon

"The October Daye series has become on of my favorites, and it just keeps getting better and better."--Fantasy Book Cafe

"Why are you wasting time reading my rhapsodic review? Just go get the book, and see for yourself, if you've been following the series right along. If not, go get all "six "books.... If you love well written urban fantasy, with unique and interesting characters, you won't be disappointed."--Tome Tender

"With "Ashes of Honor," McGuire has crafted a deeply personal and intense story that will keep you on the edge, hoping to be pushed over. In my opinion, it is, hands down, the best Toby to date."--The Ranting Dragon

"Swearing! Running! Sexy times! Leather jackets and folklore and secret offspring and tales of lost love. It's all so much "fun.""--SF Signal

"October Daye is as gritty and damaged a heroine as Kinsey Millhone or Kay Scarpetta.... Toby's nocturnal existence is full of the kind of shadows that keep the pages turning. Changelings, like all faerie folk, live long; may McGuire and these novels do the same." --The Onion A.V. Club
"This newest installment in McGuire's October Daye series is fast-paced, without ever being frantic, with excellent characterization.... McGuire is a dab hand at dialogue, and the bantering between Toby and everyone -- especially Tybalt -- is one of the highlights of the book." --RT Book Reviews
"McGuire applies a hard-boiled mentality and a keen appreciation for mythology to a blend of politics, magic, and romance to make this the most entertaining series installment to date." --Publishers Weekly
"The "October Daye" series is one of those delicious worlds that becomes more and more beloved with each visit, and "Ashes of Honor "is my favorite of this series to date." --All Things Urban Fantasy
"With "Ashes of Honor," McGuire has crafted a deeply personal and intense story that will keep you on the edge, hoping to be pushed over. In my opinion, it is, hands down, the best Toby to date." --The Ranting Dragon
"The "October Daye" series has become on of my favorites, and it just keeps getting better and better." --Fantasy Book Cafe
"Swearing! Running! Sexy times! Leather jackets and folklore and secret offspring and tales of lost love. It's all so much fun." --SF Signal
"Why are you wasting time reading my rhapsodic review? Just go get the book, and see for yourself, if you've been following the series right along. If not, go get all six books.... If you love well written urban fantasy, with unique and interesting characters, you won't be disappointed." --Tome Tender

October Daye is as gritty and damaged a heroine as Kinsey Millhone or Kay Scarpetta.... Toby s nocturnal existence is full of the kind of shadows that keep the pages turning. Changelings, like all faerie folk, live long; may McGuire and these novels do the same. The A.V. Club
"This newest installment in McGuire s October Daye series is fast-paced, without ever being frantic, with excellent characterization.... McGuire is a dab hand at dialogue, and the bantering between Toby and everyone -- especially Tybalt -- is one of the highlights of the book." RT Book Reviews
"McGuire applies a hard-boiled mentality and a keen appreciation for mythology to a blend of politics, magic, and romance to make this the most entertaining series installment to date." Publishers Weekly
"The October Daye series is one of those delicious worlds that becomes more and more beloved with each visit, and Ashes of Honor is my favorite of this series to date." All Things Urban Fantasy
"With Ashes of Honor, McGuire has crafted a deeply personal and intense story that will keep you on the edge, hoping to be pushed over. In my opinion, it is, hands down, the best Toby to date." The Ranting Dragon
"The October Daye series has become on of my favorites, and it just keeps getting better and better." Fantasy Book Cafe
"Swearing! Running! Sexy times! Leather jackets and folklore and secret offspring and tales of lost love. It s all so much fun." SF Signal
"Why are you wasting time reading my rhapsodic review? Just go get the book, and see for yourself, if you ve been following the series right along. If not, go get all six books.... If you love well written urban fantasy, with unique and interesting characters, you won t be disappointed." Tome Tender"

Praise for the October Daye series:
October Daye is as gritty and damaged a heroine as Kinsey Millhone or Kay Scarpetta.... Toby s nocturnal existence is full of the kind of shadows that keep the pages turning. Changelings, like all faerie folk, live long; may McGuire and these novels do the same. The A.V. Club
"This newest installment in McGuire s October Daye series is fast-paced, without ever being frantic, with excellent characterization.... McGuire is a dab hand at dialogue, and the bantering between Toby and everyone -- especially Tybalt -- is one of the highlights of the book." RT Book Reviews
"McGuire applies a hard-boiled mentality and a keen appreciation for mythology to a blend of politics, magic, and romance to make this the most entertaining series installment to date." Publishers Weekly
"The October Daye series is one of those delicious worlds that becomes more and more beloved with each visit, and Ashes of Honor is my favorite of this series to date." All Things Urban Fantasy
"With Ashes of Honor, McGuire has crafted a deeply personal and intense story that will keep you on the edge, hoping to be pushed over. In my opinion, it is, hands down, the best Toby to date." The Ranting Dragon
"The October Daye series has become on of my favorites, and it just keeps getting better and better." Fantasy Book Cafe
"Swearing! Running! Sexy times! Leather jackets and folklore and secret offspring and tales of lost love. It s all so much fun." SF Signal
"Why are you wasting time reading my rhapsodic review? Just go get the book, and see for yourself, if you ve been following the series right along. If not, go get all six books.... If you love well written urban fantasy, with unique and interesting characters, you won t be disappointed." Tome Tender"

Praise for the October Daye series:
"October Daye is as gritty and damaged a heroine as Kinsey Millhone or Kay Scarpetta.... Toby's nocturnal existence is full of the kind of shadows that keep the pages turning. Changelings, like all faerie folk, live long; may McGuire and these novels do the same." --The A.V. Club
"This newest installment in McGuire's October Daye series is fast-paced, without ever being frantic, with excellent characterization.... McGuire is a dab hand at dialogue, and the bantering between Toby and everyone -- especially Tybalt -- is one of the highlights of the book." --RT Book Reviews
"McGuire applies a hard-boiled mentality and a keen appreciation for mythology to a blend of politics, magic, and romance to make this the most entertaining series installment to date." --Publishers Weekly
"The October Daye series is one of those delicious worlds that becomes more and more beloved with each visit, and Ashes of Honor is my favorite of this series to date." --All Things Urban Fantasy
"With Ashes of Honor, McGuire has crafted a deeply personal and intense story that will keep you on the edge, hoping to be pushed over. In my opinion, it is, hands down, the best Toby to date." --The Ranting Dragon
"The October Daye series has become on of my favorites, and it just keeps getting better and better." --Fantasy Book Cafe
"Swearing! Running! Sexy times! Leather jackets and folklore and secret offspring and tales of lost love. It's all so much fun." --SF Signal
"Why are you wasting time reading my rhapsodic review? Just go get the book, and see for yourself, if you've been following the series right along. If not, go get all six books.... If you love well written urban fantasy, with unique and interesting characters, you won't be disappointed." --Tome Tender

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Toby thought the last year was bad. She has no idea. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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