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Strange Angels by Lili St. Crow July 1, 2009

Posted by Aubri in Slow Plot, week 3.
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I read Strange Angels by Lili St. Crow.

Dru Anderson is a 16 year old orphan who has been dealing with the Real World all her life, and she loves it. Hunting things that go bump in the night with her father, Dru has learned things most people never realize. But all that changes the day her father doesn’t come back from a hunt…
Alive that is.
Now Dru must find the people who turned her father into a zombie, and in the process she learns some interesting things about herself.
One of my favorite authors (Richelle Mead)  suggested this novel on her blog. I saw it one day in the bookstore and thought, well what the heck? I wasn’t especially impressed with this book. It started off pretty slow and didn’t really pick up until more than half way through. Most of it was just sitting around and waiting for something to happen. When it did start to get interesting, it was pretty confusing and I couldn’t really follow what was going on. Although it was a lot more intriguing toward the end with some action taken by the characters, and especially what Dru finds out about herself and her long dead mother. The story-line is interesting so I will probably follow up with the next book.
So all and all, it’s an okay book but isn’t something I would necessarily suggest right away.
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