Blood Work (Hollows Graphic Novel)

Blood Work (Hollows Graphic Novel)

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Blood Work 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have all the hollows books and will probably end up buying this one BUT I wanted to check out the style of art before buying , the free sample gives you nothing. I don,t know why they even offer free samples it usually ehds up like this no real example of what your getting at least in a bookstore you can randomly flip through and get a taste of the books.
pen21 More than 1 year ago
Graphic Novels are not my normal read. Most of my experience being comic books at a younger age. That said, I really enjoyed this book. It takes us back in the Hollow series to when Rachel and Ivy first met on the job. They are at odds and trying to learn what the other has to offer. I would definitely recommend to anyone reading the Hollow series.
TyroneFreeberg More than 1 year ago
I definitely enjoyed reading Kim's newest book. I had a hard time putting it down and even carried it in the kitchen. A must have!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Cincinnati, four decades since the Turn, Inderland Security polices the no-humans. Working for I.S. Ivy Tamwood is irate over her demotion from homicide to street cop and working for a low blood Denon the ghoul. She turns livid when Denon introduces her to her new partner Rachel Morgan the earth witch. Besides not wanting to work with a witch, Ivy also loathes babysitting the new runner. Denon assigns the pair with running down drug dealers. Under a bridge, Rachel talks with Sharps the troll about the nearby corpse of a werewolf. The hit looks like that of a master vampire. While Ivy says not their problem, Rachel insists they investigate. They get into a bit of a tangle and Ivy finds she wants to taste the witch's blood. However, Ivy knows she underestimates her newbie partner when the witch fights back and points out the killer is not a vamp bit a powerful witch. She further explains someone is using dark magic, but erred with the werewolf sacrifice in human form. The pair begins to investigate though knowing Denon will counsel them. This Hollows graphic novel is a great urban fantasy that tells the tale of the first meeting and patrol/case between the witch and the vampire. The story line contains the essence of the series, but enhanced by the excellent muted colored illustrations of Pedro Maia and Gemma Magno. Fans of the Hollows will appreciate Kim Harrison's wonderful first encounter as angry Ivy and goody two shoes Rachel bare their "fangs" at each other and some nasty inhuman slime. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this look into Rachel's earlier exploits.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read the first 9 books of the Hollows series before I bought the graphic novel. I enjoyed reading the graphic novel. The art worked well enough to convey the emotions for the characters.  The three things that are the most important for me in any novel are as follows: story, plot and character developement. The  reviews by people who didn't like the artwork should remember this. The graphic novel would be probably be as thick or thicker than a dictionary if you have to  have precision artwork
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just like the first five books of this series, this story gets you all worked up about Ivy and Rachele. But before you get too excited, they never get together. Nope, this is just a graphic novel adaption of the heated les-tease that the first four books gave us. Art is pretty good though.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
I heard of the book series and started reading more graphic novels. This was interesting. I kind of like the art. Not bad but still good.
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I have a nook tablet. This graphic novel showed up well on it. However, I wasn't a big fan of the art in this book, it left a lot to be desired, more like soft porn. I also feel that the story line wasn't up to par. I won't purchase another Kim Harrison graphic novel. Hopefully I am not so jaded as to discontinue reading further novels by her.
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markintoch More than 1 year ago
Besides having a Simple Touch, I own a MacBook Pro and an iPad. I could not view this on either Apple device. I had to return the book, unread.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In this on going Gothic Action Adventure Ratchel Morgan has to decide what she will become as she relizes that being an earth witch is no longer an option. As her powers increase she has become a target and she relies on friends to help her escape yet again, this time from a sect of witches who are out for blood. Ratchels relationship with Trent becomes more confusing as he takes part in her protection. This book will leave you longing for the series to continue. Kim Harrison, we are waiting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Why is this not available on my Nook.... Very disappointing....