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Flesh and Stone (Berkley Sensation) Mass Market Paperback – 7 Feb 2006
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When I reviewed this book's prequel "Carved in Stone", I found it rather slow paced before the story line really got going in the fourth chapter or so. Although I did state that I would read this book, I had it for several weeks before sitting down and reading it, assuming that again it would take a while to be drawn into the plot. Unlike CiS, "Flesh and Stone" sets off at a steady gallop, with the reader thoroughly drawn into the exciting hidden world of shapeshifters within the first 10 pages. Not only does Vickie Taylor skillfully bring the reader up to date with the legends of "Les Gargouillen" for those who may not have read the first book, she also reveals a sinister plot involving a plan to breed a monster army to take over the world.Read more ›
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Mara has gotten herself trapped in a house full of strange creatures. Discovering that Connor is one of them is a shock, but she is determined to save the women. Together, Connor and Mara fight to save themselves and all of the Les Gargouillen from a foe they thought long gone.
If you've read Carved In Stone you'll find the beginning of Flesh And Stone shocking and explosive. I recommend reading Carved in Stone first to get a better understanding of the plot and a more satisfying read out of this story. Flesh And Stone has a dark edge. It's thrilling and exciting. Connor and Mara make a great team. They are passionate, strong and courageous. The third story in this magical saga promises even more drama and danger. I'm anxious to read it next!
Nannette reviewed for Joyfully Reviewed