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I Come with Knives Audio CD – Import, 21 July 2020
About the Author
Eva Kaminsky is a New York-based actor and audiobook narrator with over 150 titles to her credit. She trained at Boston University. Kaminsky has acted in numerous productions on television and film, including titles such as Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Happyish, Ugly Betty, ER, Numbers, Law & Order, and others.
- ASIN : B08ZBRS1CS
- Publisher : Tantor Audio; Unabridged edition (21 July 2020)
- Language : English
- Audio CD : 1 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8200215690
- Dimensions : 13.46 x 19.05 cm
- Customer Reviews:
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I already mentioned it in my review for the first book, but this is basically a rewrite. Hunt was contacted by Tor with an offer to split her Malus Domestica book into a trilogy, and I was very excited not only for the excellent opportunity for her, but the excellent opportunity for me to revisit the story as a more fleshed out and revamped endeavor. What's even more exciting, here at the end of the second book, is that I believe this is where the story concluded in the original version. Which means that Hellion, the third book, will be an entirely new adventure for me. I'm looking forward to that.
I Come With Knives hits the ground running right where Burn the Dark leaves off, and it does not let up. This is something like 400 pages of furious pace, and brings some immediate reminders of Hunt's strengths. She has a knack for description, and writes characters that accurately inhabit the time and space in which they reside. The result is a group of endearing, believable, and often very funny characters. She blends the Fantasy and Horror genres very neatly, which, as a reader of Fantasy, I have always appreciated. I think fans of either genre will have fun with this series. Hunt is definitely "my type of nerd". It just comes across so clear in the writing. Above all, these books are fun. Witch-hunting Youtube stars, ancient covens, psychedelic demons occupying dark versions of reality, women turned into trees as siphons of power, magic cults residing in Petoskey, Michigan, half-demons--all occupying the podunk town of Blackfield, Georgia. If it sounds ridiculous, it is. In the best way.
Now, Hunt is not without her faults. On occasion the writing feels stilted or forced, with moments of strange or seemingly-out-of-place characterization. Part of me does wonder though how much of that is me knowing this is a re-write and likely in some places a stitch-job. Whatever the reason, it's there. I was also disappointed how little POV-time Wayne got in the sequel, considering how much he gets in book one. I have a feeling that will be remedied in the third book though.
Even so, I really enjoyed the book and will certainly be reading the conclusion to the trilogy.
But that's just a testament to how effective Hunt is as an author. They got me thinking, wondering the possibility of what if? And as I looked across the street at that cat staring back at me by the curb, I found wondering what else the author might have me wondering.
Because I will keep coming back time and again for the wonder of Hunt's fiction.