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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Review - Bloody Good by Georgia Evans



Title: Bloody Good
Series:: Brytewood Series
Author(s):: Georgia Evans
Genre:: Fantasy, Adult Fiction
Publisher: Kensington
Release Date: June 1st 2009
Finished: June 2009
Pages: 320
Challenges: None
Rating:
My Thoughts: This book takes place in England during World War II. The main character is Alice Doyle, doctor of the area of Brytewood, England. Strange things begin to happen in the area, such as missing patients and murdered neighbors. Those murdered are missing blood. Brytewood's legends include many magical beings that Alice denies are real, even though her heritage indicates she's a Pixie. She is also not looking for love, but may find it in Peter, her assistant.
I like the idea of this story because it is interesting to mix the War with vampires, pixies, dragons and more. But I don't think enough was told about the magical creatures. I want to hear more back ground, but maybe that is why this is a first book in a series of three.
About the Author: Geogia Evans is a pen name for author Rosemary Laurey. She has written books about World War II for children and adults. If you like, you can see an interview I did with her HERE, and check out the Brytewood website Here.



2 comments:

Mari said...

This is the second review I have seen for this book. I think I may have to find myself a copy.

Jack W. Regan said...

Good review! I think I'll take a look a this book.