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Unperfect Souls

Monday, February 8, 2010

Unperfect Souls (2010) Mark del Franco

Finished this book several hours ago, but I still don’t know how I feel about it.

Connor Grey is still fighting with the darkness in his head, and still persona non grata at Guild Headquarters. Unfortunately for him, the world won’t leave him alone, and he remains involved in Guild and fae politics, even if he can’t truly defend himself anymore.

What I did like is that we learned a great deal about Murdock, some of it shocking. We also learn snatches of Connor’s problem, and snatches of what placed him where he is.

What I didn’t like is that this story asked far more questions than it answered, and left many threads open, and didn’t have a very satisfactory conclusion. Yeah, Connor got out of the mess he was in, but we’re left with him in a bad state, two main characters in a coma, and a major political upheaval of the fae.

All in all, the end of the book was very unsatisfactory, which tainted how I felt about the rest of the book. Which is really too bad.
Rating: 6/10

Categories: Fantasy, Mystery, Paper, Supernatural, Urban
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