Author: John Passarella [Website][Twitter][Facebook]
Publisher: Titan Books
Series: Grimm, Bk 2
Length: 315 pages
Obtained: Library copy
Why this book?:
As soon as I saw this was coming out, I put in a purchase request at the library. I love the show Grimm; I simply couldn't pass this up.
This came out incredibly soon after Bk 1. And yet I felt that many of the complaints from the first book were addressed in this one.
Before you start reading there is a "Historian's Note" stating that this book would fall between the episodes "The Walking Dead" and "Goodnight, Sweet Grimm," while the timeline in regards to The Icy Touch was blurry.
To me the characters in this book felt more authentic. I didn't suddenly feel distaste towards characters I had previously liked.
While the story/crime was totally sick and gruesome, I was definitely engaged. Your everyday average human is turning up in dumping grounds, wesen are eating them in an ancient tradition, and there is a tight deadline with friends and innocents lives on the line.
In other words, while I enjoyed the first book as a fan, this book was a definite step up. I look forward to reading future Grimm books and discovering what else is in store for Nick, his friends, and Portland.