Graphic Novel Review : Dark Swan, Storm Born Vol. 2 by Richelle Mead

Dark Swan, Storm Born Vol. 2 by Richelle Mead
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Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Adult

Eugenie Markham is a freelance shaman, guarding our world from the invasion of Otherworldly creatures. Those who try have "The Dark Swan" to contend with. But Eugenie's about to cross into the Otherworld alone to rescue a girl that nobody else will. Will she make it back across alive?

In this installment, Eugenie is surprised to learn that many demons know her name now. She has a one-night-stand with a hot man called Kiyo, who leaves deep, long of scratches on her back, and although she isn't sure whether he is a human or not, she can't stop thoughts of him from invading her mind.

Eugenie has made up her mind to cross over to rescue a girl - Wil Delany's sister, who has been kidnapped by the fey. Eugenie tries to keep this out of her mother's knowledge, but her mother is not ignorant - the woman knows that her daughter is up to something. She is upset and fears for her only daughter's safety.

Eugenie is a headstrong character - when she decides to do something, she'll do it despite the odds not being in her favour. Being strong, competent, clever and fearless, she is an immensely likeable heroine, though sometimes I think it would be better if she can think twice before doing anything.

Rating: 4.000

A Note of Thanks
Thanks to Sea Lion Books for sending me an e-copy of this graphic novel for review!

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