Thursday, December 22, 2011
[Review] - Storm Born, Issue #4
Writers: Richelle Mead & Grant Alter
Artists: Dave Hamann
Cover Artists: Dave Hamann & Jennyson Rosero
Series: Dark Swan
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Release Date: August 2011
I received this book for review from Sea Lion Books.
Summary: Yesterday, Eugenie Markham thought her life was complicated. But today, she will learn a secret that shakes her world to its very core. Everything she thought she knew was wrong. And if that wasn't enough, she still has Jasmine Delaney hanging over her head...
Thoughts: All hell breaks loose. Eugenie is betrayed in this issue, making her a very unhappy camper. More secrets come to light that Eugenie doesn't want to believe. Another great issue. I'm loving this series. The colorful art and action keeps the story moving along. Kiyo reappears. Definitely one of the high points to the story. Eugenie so obviously attracted to him, but still trying hard to stay away from him. This issue had a fantastic cliff hanger ending. I look forward to more.
Score: 4 Stars
Where to Buy: Sea Lion Books | Things From Another World