In this volume, Doe-Doe gets herself in vast amounts of trouble and Si-Joh is unusually sympathetic to her situation. Mu-Yeon is still driving Si-Joon crazy, a raccoon appears a continent away from its natural habitat, and the mysterious person who is out to get Si-Joon makes an appearance. We also learn a little bit about the original “Park Bride” and Si-Baek Lee.
Monthly Archives: April 2011
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Late Eclipses starts with a shopping trip, followed by the Queen summoning Toby to her Court, where Toby is given the title of Countess. Then a dream warning from Karen, the child of one of Toby’s friends alerts her to the presence of Oleander de Merelands, the woman who had helped Duke Sylvester’s brother in the kidnapping of his wife and daughter (a kidnapping that Toby had been unable to prevent and which had resulted in her literally sleeping with the fishes).
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The Thread That Binds the Bones is a pretty hard novel to find. (It is slightly easier to find related novel The Silent Strength of Stones and so far, Spirits That Walk in Shadows has not made an appearance at the local used book store.) I had originally sought this book out because I had read and liked The Silent Strength of Stones and from there started looking for the Matt Black books and reading her short stories. (I also eventually discovered the LaZelle Family books when they came out, which I also enjoyed.)