Category Archives: Kim Harrison
Forget responsible reading! That’s what purgatory is for! Jill’s thoughts on Kim Harrison’s The Witch with No Name.
Anyone who has been reading the blog for a while knows of my love for Kim Harrison’s The Hollows series. The Witch with No Name came out in early September and I’ve had a heck of a time not reading … Continue reading
Christmas comes early to my book collection!
Look what came in the mail today! Bless you, Amazon.com. This is my copy of the final book in Kim Harrison’s Hollows series. I’m so excited to see how things turn out for Rachel, Ivy, Jenks, Al, and Trent. … Continue reading
Now with real textual support of my opinions: my review of Kim Harrison’s The Undead Pool.
The worst thing about this book is that it has this feeling of getting things ready for a big end-of-series climax (this is the penultimate book of The Hollows series). There are way too many questions left at the end … Continue reading
Progress Report on Kim Harrison’s The Undead Pool
Thanks to a poorly timed nap this afternoon, I have less than a hundred pages to go in the latest Kim Harrison book, The Undead Pool, and I still have to exercise and go to bed at a reasonable hour … Continue reading
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This is the end…of my posts about Kim Harrison’s Into the Woods
Yes, my friends, this will be my last post on Kim Harrison’s wonderful short story collection, Into the Woods. I’m sad that it’s over but relieved to be moving on to something else. I took a long time to finish … Continue reading
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I know, I’m totally milking this book for posts. Part Two of Jill’s review of Kim Harrison’s Into the Woods
Here is some advice to everyone: don’t spend seventy five percent of the drive from Woodland to Sonoma typing on your phone nonstop. Though I was overall fairly pleased with the post, I had a headache for a while. I … Continue reading
On the road to nowhere: thoughts on the first part of Kim Harrison’s Into the Woods
I am going to try posting from the Word Press iPhone app today because the husband and I are driving to parts unknown for an event of extreme importance and I elected to sleep in today rather than rising early … Continue reading
A (Very Brief) Primer on Kim Harrison’s The Hollows
It occurred to me that it would be a good idea to have a plan of attack for “Blog Post A Day February.” Posting fourteen posts in twenty-eight days is way the heck more than I’ve posted, like, ever in … Continue reading