Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Red Glove is book 2 in the Curse Workers Series, following White Cat....and it is just as suspenseful and intriguing as the original.  In Red Glove Cassel is caught between multiple opposing forces, the Feds (who want him to turn state evidence) the Zacharov's (leading crime family & also the family of his lady love) and his own family's criminal past & present, due to the death of his brother.  How Cassel solves his dilemma and also tries to figure out how to be a good person in spite of his upbringing and talent is what makes Holly Black an exceptional writer.  The journey is amazing and I think all of us will be anxiously awaiting the next installment.

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