Thursday, January 26, 2012

Review: Apocalypse to Go by Katharine Kerr

This book will be released on February 7, 2012.  I have actually read it, and it is fantastic!  Kit will be doing a signing on February 11th at Borderlands Books in San Franciso.  You can order signed copies from their website by e-mailing them if you don't live locally.  There is also a giveaway over on Goodreads that you can enter.  Kit says these will be shipped directly from the publisher, so they will not be signed.

You can read excerpts at her blog, along with progress updates on her other works, and other non-book talk.

Apocalypse to Go (Nola O'Grady, #3)Apocalypse to Go by Katharine Kerr

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Nola O'Grady gets deeper into the deviant world levels in the third installment of this exciting series. Greeted by a projection of a leopard-woman one morning, followed by a vision of the destruction of the level known as Interchange, Nola grabs her partner (in every sense of the word) and heads off on an exciting and fast-paced mission. Her goal at first is to find out who this "ASO Fourteen" who has been contacting Ari is. But it leads her somewhere I don't think she ever anticipated.



Family secrets come to the surface as Nola finds out who her father really is, and where he has been for so long. The climax of the book comes upon the reader with anticipation and a big bang. And Nola makes a huge change for the better - but you'll have to read to find that one out.



This is a fantastic addition to the series and sets up a great continuation into the next book, not yet published. Check it out - you will enjoy this, and you'll be surprised at how the action carries you through. I finished in about two days, and enjoyed every minute!



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2 comments:

  1. I'm re-reading Water to Burn at the moment - it's so nice to have this one to look forward to!

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  2. Yeah I'm going to have to do another re-read too, I definitely lose a lot in between readings! I loaned a copy of License to Ensorcell to one of my co-workers, and she says two other people already want to read it! Yay!

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