Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Book Review: L.A. NOCTURNE by KATHERINE TOMLINSON



Title: L.A. Nocturne
Author: Katherine Tomlinson
Series: None
Publisher: Smashwords.com
Date: March 29, 2011
Pages: 9,402 Words
ISBN: None/ASIN: B004UH1GB6
Source: Katherine Tomlinson
Purchase: $2.99 USD from Smashwords and Amazon. (Website)

Summary from Smashwords: Five tales of urban fantasy set in a Los Angeles inhabited by supernatural creatures who interact with the ordinary (and not-so-ordinary) humans.

My thoughts: If you like a quick read and absolutely adore paranormal, this book is for you. There were a few minor typos, but not major enough for me to stop reading. There are five short stories set in L.A. that will turn your blood to ice, give you goosebumps and make you check over your shoulder every time you pass a graveyard. A little bit of something for everyone that digs (Nope, sorry no zombies!) paranormal. These stories make you think a little differently about vampires as they age and teach you to check your items before selling them to a pawn shop. Do your research and know what you're selling! It could be magical. Do you believe in demons and angels? Perhaps you know a good car necromancer to revive that old beater you've been driving around. Might want to share where you found him! And as always, be careful what you wish for.

My rating:
Reviewed by Mel (a.k.a. Caledonia Lass)

3 comments:

Katherine Tomlinson said...

Thanks for the review--and damn those typos. I always hire a copy editor but something always seems to sneak through.

Emily White said...

Hmm...this sounds interesting. I'll have to check it out!

Caledonia Lass said...

Lol Katherine... I know, I always think I have things spelled right as well, but someone ALWAYS finds them! I'm a spelling nazi for other people, just not myself. ;)

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