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Crossroads of Bones: 1 Paperback – 21 June 2017
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- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1st edition (21 June 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 278 pages
- ISBN-10 : 154827951X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1548279516
- Dimensions : 13.34 x 1.78 x 20.32 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 249,420 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I will definitely be continuing on with the next book.
Savannah is a crossroads, a point where the worlds meet. Some of those worlds aren’t very pretty, and the things that can step over the line into the mundane world need watching—Welcome to the Crossroads Society.
A new contemporary Southern fantasy series.
Katie Bishop is a dragon’s child—a zmaj—marked at birth with the beast on her back.
After leaving Manhattan to start a small tattoo shop in the South, she never expected to end up in the middle of crazy town. But her reoccurring dreams of tattoos will become more than annoying disturbances in the night—they’ll become living nightmares that open the gateway between the genteel society folks of Savannah, Georgia and a rogue god determined to let all hell break loose. Drawn to Katie for her unique heritage and skills with ink, the god tries to force her to manifest a doorway to set him free from his prison. But with the help of a secret society patronized by some of Savannah’s most prominent citizens—and a little bone magic—she just might escape his trap and save them all. But she may seem normal compared to the likes of those who partner with her in the quest to recapture him and send him back to the grimoire from where he sprang.And just when she thinks her life can’t get any more complicated, Jackson Hunter rides into town on his Harley, bringing with him a whole new set of complications that prove that it certainly can.
Fantastic read with brilliant characters. Gripping read. Highly recommended. Tbc on fb.
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Katie Bishop is a tattoo artist who owns her own shop, in Savannah. She happens to have an amazing dragon tattooed on her back, that occasionally moves around. She hasn’t lived in Savannah long but has made a few good friends, including her employee Sea Bass (Sebastian) and Lady Sugar a big beautiful black transgendered woman.
Katie has been keeping her secret from her friends but one day a man walks into her shop asking for a strange tattoo she has seen in her dreams and everything about her life in Savannah changes.
This is my favourite type of Urban Fantasy, with a strong female protagonist with a good group of friends around her. I particularly like that Katie has such good friendships with Sea Bass and Sugar, both of whom are fantastic characters who really care about her well being.
I like that we learn about Savannah’s supernatural community and history alongside Katie as it is revealed to her throughout the book, but I feel that there are some things that are half explained about Katie’s past. I felt that there was some information I was missing and it was a little annoying.
I can see from the Author’s Goodreads page that she has a series set in New York, so I wonder if Katie’s character was introduced in that series as a support character, as that is where she originally lived. Plus, there are references to all the weird stuff that happened in New York, so this is what has led me to make assumptions about previous books. I’d be interested to know if I’m right, but not interested enough to read the books.
I really enjoyed this book as it has an interesting plot and the characters are great. The world building isn’t perfect but it’s still good enough to keep me within the moment as I read. I will definitely be reading the rest of the series.
The twist in the storyline is interesting regarding to her tattoo. I found her friends were a bit strange, because they all hiding something at the start and her tattoo about her Dragon will not stay long as a secret. I found it weird that nearly everyone knows about it. Katie is quite forthcoming to everyone, I didn't liked it.
And somehow I felt the story is rushed, it's all so quickly, not a good build up of excitement not even as Katie and sugar has been kidnapped by the spirit, sorry I have already forgotten his name. And there was no insight and interaction after Fin and Jackson got Katie and sugar out of the building, nothing, even no interactions with Jackson, no information on how they secured the spirit again, I found this very lame. This would have been the best part of it, but instead she was back in her tattoo studio, as nothing has happened. So I don't think that I get the second book in this series, also to pricey for the length of it.
It could have been so much better. Sorry.