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As I started Eileen Wilks' Night Season, the first two characters we met were the two from the story "Inhuman" in this book. Since I couldn't remember the details about them, I decided to go back and read the shorter story before going on with the full book.
It's a good little story and a good introduction to Kai and Nathan. It also is a good reminder of how much the world changed at the end of the previous book.
I'm looking forward to seeing what happens to Kai and Nathan next as I move on to Night Season.
This is barely even a comment on the book, and certainly doesn’t count as a review. It’s one of those situations where a short story is written for an anthology that is a side-piece to a full series. It adds to the main story-line but isn’t totally essential. So this isn’t the place to start if you want to try Wilks’ world of the Lupi. For that, you need a different short story – Only Human in the Lover Beware anthology – or jump right into the first book in the series, Tempting Danger.
Inhuman (in the anthology On the Prowl)
World of the Lupi, Book 3.5
Read: 31-7-10 to 1-8-10
World of the Lupi
0.5 – Only Human (in the anthology Lover Beware) (Goodreads link)
1 – Tempting Danger (Goodreads link)
1.5 – Originally Human (in the anthology Cravings) (Goodreads link)
2 – Mortal Danger (Goodreads link)
3 – Blood Lines
3.5 – Inhuman (in the anthology On the Prowl)
4 – Night Season (Goodreads link)
5 – Mortal Sins (Goodreads link)
5.5 – Human Nature (in the anthology Inked) (Goodreads link)
6 – Blood Magic (Goodreads link)
7 – Blood Challenge (due out Jan 2011) (Goodreads link)
8 – Ghost (working title)