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Book Review: Blood Work

Blood Work

by Kim Harrison

Graphic Novel

Kim Harrison’s new book will be both familiar and not-so-familiar to fans of her Hollows novels: it features the well-known characters of Rachel Morgan, detective and witch, and her Inderland Security partner Ivy Tamwood, a living vampire. Blood Work is the story of the beginning of their partnership, battling all sorts of supernatural beings – and their own personal demons – as they learn to work together.

What is very different from previous Hollows books is the format. Pictures and text combine to make an excellent example of a well-designed graphic novel, with the brilliant colors and clearly drawn characters making the action easy to follow. If you’ve never read a graphic novel before, why not give this a chance?


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