So, I've started getting into a series that's still somewhat new to me, but I've had the first book for at least 3 years or so.
The first books of The Hallows series, 'Dead Witch Walking' and after the third time I had reread it, I understood as to why I was so into the book in the first place; twisted sense of humor, loads of vampires and pixies and witches and werewolves and all the wonderfully magical creatures of fantasy. I had bought the second book of the series, 'The Good, The Bad, and The Undead' on...Sunday, and I am about nearly done with it.
Such a good series, as it's started out to be. (Although there was a sex scene in the beginning of the second book that crept up on me and made me go "Well, what have we here?! MAJOR SHEX SHCENE!!)
But other than that I truly have no complaints about the book; in fact, some of the witchcraft that goes on throughout the books makes sense to me because I had done a little research on that stuff when I was a Wiccan.