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Monday, 6 October 2014

Otherworld Nights by Kelley Armstrong


Sunday Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong captivated readers with her Women of the Otherworld series of supernatural thrillers. In this new anthology, favourite characters return in stories of drama, danger and desire. Legendary werewolf partners Elena and Clay stalk the pages of this book, along with vampires, witches, half-demons and sorcerers.

Filled with fan favourites and rarities, Otherworld Nights concludes with a brand-new novella, 'Vanishing Act'. This thrilling longer story is set after series finale 13, and features much-loved characters Savannah and Adam as they begin a new life - and a mysterious new case - together.


Kelley Armstrong lives in rural Ontario, Canada, with her family and far too many pets. She is the author of the bestselling, thirteen-book Women of the Otherworld series, which begins with Bitten and concludes with 13.

She has published two bestselling YA series, the Darkest Powers and Darkness Rising trilogies. Her new YA series, the Age of Legends trilogy, begins with Sea of Shadows, published in April 2014. Her new adult trilogy, the Cainsville series, began with Omens (August 2013) and continues with Visions (August 2014). For more information visit

Review: I love Kelley Armstrong and have read many of her books, and I have to say that this collection of short stories plus the novella is one of my absolute favourites! Anthologies are sometimes tricky as some of the stories will be outstanding, and others...well not so much, but I genuinely enjoyed every single one in Otherworld Nights. It's great for fans to see the characters they love revisited, but it isn't restrictive. If you have never read a book in the Otherworld series yet, this is as good a place as any to start. I love the way that the author leaves enough mystery to keep you intrigued, without forgetting to tie up any loose ends, and of course all the strong, powerful women featured are just awesome!

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