October Daye #3
On Sale: September 7, 2010
Featuring: Blind Michael; Toby Daye
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Experience the thrill of the hunt in the third October
Daye urban fantasy novel.
Daye is a changeling-half human and half fae-and the only
one who has earned knighthood. Now she must take on a
nightmarish new challenge. Someone is stealing the
children of the fae as well as mortal children, and all
signs point to Blind Michael.
Toby has no choice but to
track the villain down-even when there are only three
magical roads by which to reach Blind Michael's realm,
home of the Wild Hunt-and no road may be taken more than
once. If Toby cannot escape with the children, she will
fall prey to the Wild Hunt and Blind Michael's
HOW MANY MILES TO BABYLON?
Everyone in the Bay Area knows about Blind Michael, the unseen, dangerous figure whose Hunt sweeps the Berkeley hills on full moon nights. He's a familiar hazard of life in the Kingdom of the Mists, and most people don't waste time worrying about him. October "Toby" Daye certainly doesn't. She has better things to worry about, like paying the electrical bill on time. So it's understandable that she'd be upset when Blind Michael suddenly starts taking an interest in people that matter to her, like the youngest children of Mitch and Stacy Brown.
Tasked to find the missing children, and with the stakes growing higher by the minute, Toby has few choices and fewer allies to help her through the dangers yet to come. With the Luidaeg's help and a candle to light her way home, there's a chance that she'll come through this latest danger...but the sudden appearance of her Fetch doesn't give Toby all that much in the way of hope...
An Artificial Night is the third book in the October Daye series, a modern urban fantasy set in both the San Francisco Bay Area and the Faerie Kingdom of the Mists which overlays Northern California.
1 comment posted.
Re: An Artificial Night
sounds like a book i'd like to read
(Kathy Weber 7:27pm September 17, 2010)
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