2 Responses to “TBR: Black Magic Woman by Justin Guistainis”

  1. Sayuri January 21, 2009 at 9:09 PM #

    I did the category this month but I really didn’t want to write a review for the book I read and it showed so I think I am just going to go with the open format from next month.

    I read this when it first came out and was really freakin annoyed at the ending. It was so….meh!

    I liked the guy from South Africa more than Quincy.

    I find it interesting that hey chaged the subtitle from Quincy Morris Supernatural Investigation to Morris & Chastin Investigation. Libby was obviously a popular character.

    I’m gonna recommend a British author that has something along the same lines but better.

    Mike Carey who writes the Felix Caster novels. THe first one is ‘The Devil You Know’ and is full of awesomeness.

  2. tvaddictgurl January 22, 2009 at 10:01 AM #

    I read this last year and when I saw reviews coming out for book 2, I thought to myself ‘gee, I never finished the first one…’ Then I found the review I had written and oh yeah, I had finished it and really liked it. Of course now I don’t remember a thing from it. I really want to read number 2 but unless it comes out in ebook, I won’t be buying it anytime soon.

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