The Witch with No Name

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In the thirteenth, and final, volume of Kim Harrison’s Hollows series, Rachel Morgan has a problem. She is being blackmailed into connecting a living dead vampire with his soul. She quickly discovers that the rejoining has dire consequences. Now the undead, who long to be whole again, are clamoring for their souls, and Rachel is the only one who can perform the magic to complete the union. When the elves threaten the ever-after, home of demons and lost vampiric souls, the issue becomes personal, and Rachel requires the help of her friends to discover a new way for all to live together in peace.

Harrison’s Hollows series resides in a remarkably authentic urban fantasy universe, varied and believable with well-developed and convincing characters. Happily, The Witch with No Name wraps up the series beautifully, giving the reader a sense of satisfaction with the outcome. All questions are answered and relationships, both personal and cultural, finally become clear.

Rachel and her companions have earned repeated re-reads, just to catch all the nuances missed on the first time through. Ultimately, there is only one word for this book:Fabulous.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 480 pages
Publisher Harper Voyager
Publish Date 2014-Sep-09
ISBN 9780061957956 Buy this Book
Issue January 2015
Category Science Fiction & Fantasy


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