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Stumbling Over Chaos

Oh, why the hell not be on Booklikes and LibraryThing (private library) and Goodreads...

I also have a blog and a tumblr. But I absolutely draw the line at Twitter and Facebook!

Unshapely Things - Mark Del Franco I originally read this in February 2008. Upon rereading, I definitely appreciated some of the more "old school" urban fantasy elements (harking back to [a:Charles de Lint|8456|Charles de Lint|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1269735259p2/8456.jpg], [a:Emma Bull|22548|Emma Bull|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1220945364p2/22548.jpg], [a:Terri Windling|46137|Terri Windling|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1329289888p2/46137.jpg], [a:Tanya Huff|1967|Tanya Huff|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1207242126p2/1967.jpg], etc), such as the involvement of the Fae and the city/urban environment seeming to almost be a character itself. In this tale of druid who's lost his powers and helps out the Boston Police Department as best he can, the urban fantasy elements pair interestingly with a first-person noir detective narrative (as with the Dresden Files).

On with my reread of the next two books, which is as far as I made it before running out of steam with the genre last time.