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Jill Kismet: The Complete Series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2014

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     In the last week I have read the first 4 books and am into the

     In the last week I have read the first 4 books and am into the 5th -- I can't put it down. Sometimes the violence gets to me, but I love the characters and the world-building, and the story just hooked me in. The plot is fantastic. I'd recommend this series to anyone who likes hardcore urban fantasy. I always migrate toward books that have at least a trilogy, as you get to become more personal with the characters and are more deeply immersed within this magical world the author has had a longer time to fabricate with more pages to elaborate within. This compilation is everything a bibliophile needs and more. Jill Kismet is one tough hunter and doesn't appreciate the ruckus the hellbreed is stirring up in her town, Santa Luz. It's up to her to weed out the evil while watching her own hide as she too is constantly marked for death. All six books are filled with a new evil Jill must defeat in order to save not only the blatantly ignorant humans, but herself as she is a force to be reckoned with standing in the way of the darkness. Working alongside the police and with some otherworldly acquaintances to ensure the non-humans follow the rules and wipe out the monsters that don't, can Jill take on the undivine alone or will she crack under all of the pressure?  Saintcrow's work tends to be steeped in the seamy side of life and her heroines are tough, resourceful in the extreme, but vulnerable. Combine this with the workings of the supernatural underworld in an alternative earth full of hellspawn of various species, and cops and vigilantes who patrol the bad sides of town, and you have the Jill Kismet series.   

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2013

    Amazing characters

    The story is completely fantastic, yet totally believable because the characters are so engaging. Not that I would want to befriend Jill, but I would be happy to know she was on the job.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 4, 2014

    I really enjoyed this series.  In fact I catch myself looking to

    I really enjoyed this series.  In fact I catch myself looking to see if- maybe - there is a seventh out there just to catch us up but alas, no... Great characters.  Fantastic plot.  Very enjoyable.

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