The Bridge ~ Inner City: Gargoyles

The Bridge Inner City Gargoyles Nearly year after the dramatic events at the Roebling Suspension Bridge the otherworldly citizens of Cincinnati are settling into the new state of affairs O Flanagan s has become the hub of fae activ

  • Title: The Bridge ~ Inner City: Gargoyles
  • Author: Victoria Cobretti Erik Schubach
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nearly year after the dramatic events at the Roebling Suspension Bridge, the otherworldly citizens of Cincinnati are settling into the new state of affairs O Flanagan s has become the hub of fae activity in the area under the watchful eye of Troll Evangeline Kane But other sentinels of the city also frequent the bar, including Gargoyle Kalila Storm When a string of robbNearly year after the dramatic events at the Roebling Suspension Bridge, the otherworldly citizens of Cincinnati are settling into the new state of affairs O Flanagan s has become the hub of fae activity in the area under the watchful eye of Troll Evangeline Kane But other sentinels of the city also frequent the bar, including Gargoyle Kalila Storm When a string of robberies threatens mortals and fae alike, Kalila and her partner, Declan, must track down those responsible But just when they think they ve uncovered the truth, they find that the web of deceit stretches even further than they could ever have imagined And as if that wasn t enough, Kalila is at war with herself over her inexplicable new attraction to a mortal woman This book is set in the same universe as The Bridge series by Erik Schubach.

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    1. This book was a perfect fit to Erik's series. The writing flowed so well and it was beautifully written. It had some humor and intrigue in a plot that pulled you into the world of The Bridge. It was great getting a view of some of the other characters in this series. The story was so descriptive that I had no problem visualizing the scenes. Never thought I'd like a series like this, but I just love the creativity of this series. I hope that the next book is written about Felicia. Definitely reco [...]

    2. Loved this bookThe author takes the reader on a fabulous ride in a universe full of magic, fae, and otherworldly beings. It is filled with drama, real life grief and a little romantic tension. I loved every page.

    3. I don't read this genre on a regular basis but I might just start if they are all as goodStoryline brings you into the book and the characters will want you to stay. You'll want to fight along with Kalila and then slap her a bit for turning away from the one thing that would make her truly happy. The only problem I had with it was that it wasn't long enough and I wanted more Hopefully there will be more in the near future and possibly a graphic novel tooIf you like this world check out the books [...]

    4. ThreeStarThe opening page of this novel pulls the reader in (despite a spelling mistake), it's written in an original way almost in the first person. Unfortunately after a brilliant start it seems to become too focused on explaining who all the other "non straights" are. Despite having read Mr Schubach's other two Bridge books, I did find this over complicated in its explanations and would have preferred to learn about the Shadow Bounds etc as they became involved in the story line. This distrac [...]

    5. I listened to this on audio and I'm not sure if it's the writing style or the narrator but both of the "Bridge" books just felt kind of flat to me. I like the ideas and I like most of the characters. It's difficult for me to put into words what my issues with the writing style are. Sometimes the sentences feel choppy while saying too much. It's like I get a step by step of actual steps down the road (or side walk or tunnel or whatever) which bogs the story down. It's not a long novel but I felt [...]

    6. I had a strange feeling that I was listening to a literated transcript of a role-play game. I've got some years of forum rpg experience under my belt and Inner City's repetitive phrases and info-dumps along with emotions that felt both over-pedaled and superficial were conclusive to what I often see in the games. If better edited, this text could've lost a quarter of volume\time and improved greatly.Also I'm disappointed in several things: this book added very little to the worldbuilding; the MC [...]

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