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Crimson Rogue (Crimson City) Paperback – 4 Apr 2006
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I'm going to check out the earlier books, though I am annoyed with myself for reading CRIMSON ROGUE first - I've probably spoiled tons of the earlier sub-plots by starting with book 6.
I really enjoyed the story, but the conversion from paperback to Kindle edition has screwed up the grammar and spelling, so I've removed a star as it does distract readers from the story. I can't believe that the publisher, or the author herself hasn't read though the book. I'm not a grammar nazi, but the errors are numerous and jump off of the page at you.
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Cyd’s story was enjoyable, as was learning more about her. Finn, her love, was also last mentioned in detail back in “Crimson City” (book 1) and fleshed out (he he, he’s a mech who is trying to become human) in this book. They each have a quest that brings them together. They each grow up a lot, and find love along the way. It’s good to see so much growth in any character, and it was fun to see it in them.
“Crimson Rogue” turned the story line in a new direction by bringing organization to the various vampires, humans, werewolves, mechs, demons, and druids that chose to band together. The vampire, werewolf, and human governments have tried to make things work in their own ways, but not enough to bring any kind of piece to this urban fantasy city. Can the rogues do what everyone else has tried and failed to do? There are several more novellas and one more full-length novel left in the series to answer that question.