Long Hot Summoning (The Keeper's Chronicles, Number 3)

by Tanya Huff | Science Fiction & Fantasy |
ISBN: 0756401364 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Soraidh of St. Louis, Missouri USA on 10/15/2003
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Journal Entry 1 by Soraidh from St. Louis, Missouri USA on Wednesday, October 15, 2003
This is on my TBR list right after I finish Punish the Sinners (my last bookray book to get through for now!)

I love Huff's Keepers Chronicles. They have everything I love in a good book. Humor, plot, quirkiness, fun characters I like, and a really cool premise. And who can resist a talking cat and a Hell that talks to itself?

From the back:

a day Diana Hansen had been anticipating for the last twelve years. Now her real life could begin...For Diana, like her sister Claire, was a Keeper--gifted with the ability to reweave the possibilities of time and space to maintain the balance between Light and Darkness. What neither Diana nor Sam--formerly an angel, now a cat--could have anticipated was that her first Summons as an active Keeper would be to a shopping mall!

But a quick trip to Erlking's Emporium, a gift shop in a Kingston mall, confirmed Diana's worst suspicions. Not only was Darkness trying to stage a takeover from the Otherside, but if Diana didn't bring in reinforcements, her first Summons might well be her last. Claire and Austin--who'd always been a cat and had little tolerance for cat wanna-bes like Sam--were only too ready to take on the "older and wiser" roles. But neither the Keepers nor their cats were prepared for what they found when they tried to cross from their world to the Otherside mall...

Journal Entry 2 by Soraidh from St. Louis, Missouri USA on Monday, October 27, 2003
Finished this the other night at work. Once I got into the middle of the book I couldn't put it down. I have to say, it wasn't quite the same as the previous two books but still it was very complelling reading. It has the same quirky sense of humor as the first two and some really interesting characters that appear. I have a feeling we're going to end up seeing more of a couple of new characters introduced in this book.

This book is not all about Claire. Some of it deals with Diana and her first real Summoning. Other parts of it deal with Dean and Austin. All of it is just as funny as you'd expect The Keeper Chronicles to be.

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