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Muse (Mercy #3)
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It would start at the beginning again each time I tried. Very frustrating. Why, yes - yes I would. Because it's so good! It's so good I want to cry! I cannot say the plot is groundbreaking - it is not - but the characters are so complex; layered and complicated When Muse is facing an enemy or a situation that she wouldn't believably overcome, the author doesn't pull a Deux-Ex Machina to save the day.
Oh, no. Muse fails, a lot, and with each new fail my frozen heart was crushed to a point that had me weeping, and I do not weep. But the truth is the truth, and Pippa DaCosta has no mercy. Jokes aside, this is an author who isn't afraid to throw her characters into difficulties, and watch them struggle, crack, fail, and try with all they have. This is how a good writer writes, and lately, I haven't seen much of that, anywhere.
I will gladly listen to this again, and again. Which character — as performed by Hollie Jackson — was your favorite? The main character - Muse. She is just so incredibly witty, and emotionally expressive! All other characters were well performed but Hollie Jackson utterly succeeded with Muse. Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
The Veil Series (Books 1-3): A Muse Urban Fantasy (Unabridged)
Extreme reactions Don't talk to me about this book and extreme reactions - it is an emotional torture device! I might love it. In a world suffocated by series with mediocre characters, and plots that are stretched so thin they make one wonder if there is a plot at all, The Veil Series is a luff of fresh air. It is dark, gritty, sensual, carefully constructed, and properly split; tackling a new subject with each book while building up its main plot.