Murder of Crows

Murder of Crows Return to New York Times best selling author Anne Bishop s world of the Others where supernatural entities and humans struggle to co exist and one woman has begun to change all the rules After winnin

  • Title: Murder of Crows
  • Author: Anne Bishop
  • ISBN: 9781101637944
  • Page: 130
  • Format: ebook
  • Return to New York Times best selling author Anne Bishop s world of the Others where supernatural entities and humans struggle to co exist, and one woman has begun to change all the rules After winning the trust of the terra indigene residing in the Lakeside Courtyard, Meg Corbyn has had trouble figuring out what it means to live among them As a human, Meg should be baReturn to New York Times best selling author Anne Bishop s world of the Others where supernatural entities and humans struggle to co exist, and one woman has begun to change all the rules After winning the trust of the terra indigene residing in the Lakeside Courtyard, Meg Corbyn has had trouble figuring out what it means to live among them As a human, Meg should be barely tolerated prey, but her abilities as a cassandra sangue make her something .The appearance of two addictive drugs has sparked violence between the humans and the Others, resulting in the murder of both species in nearby cities So when Meg has a dream about blood and black feathers in the snow, Simon Wolfgard Lakeside s shape shifting leader wonders if their blood prophet dreamed of a past attack or a future threat.As the urge to speak prophecies strikes Meg frequently, trouble finds its way inside the Courtyard Now, the Others and the handful of humans residing there must work together to stop the man bent on reclaiming their blood prophet and stop the danger that threatens to destroy them all.

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    About “Anne Bishop

    • Anne Bishop

      Anne Bishop lives in upstate New York where she enjoys gardening, music, and writing dark, romantic stories She is the author of fourteen novels, including the award winning Black Jewels Trilogy Her most recent novel, Twilight s Dawn, made the New York Times bestseller list She is currently working on a new series, which is an urban dark fantasy with a bit of a twist.Crawford Award 2000 Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.

    829 thoughts on “Murder of Crows

    • Murder of Crows picks up right after Written in Red ends. The drugs "Go Over Wolf" and "feel good" are being distributed again. This time the targets are the Crowgard.Don't mess with my Crows! They can't help if they can't resist the shiny!Once things start taking a bad turn between the humans and "the Others" Simon and his crew finally figure out what the drugs are being manufactured from. These books do move slowly.ere is a whole lot of buildup to the action sequences, but there is so many dif [...]

    • For those of you who didn't like the slow pace of the first book?Welp, you're gonna want to give this series a pass, because this one is more of the same.Me? For some reason, I really loved itAnd all the complaints about how the last book had too many details of Meg & Co. just sort of doing silly nothingness, like brushing their teeth? Yep. Same sort of day to day minutiae included in this one.So.Either you're interested in the characters and world, or you're not.I don't blame anyone who isn [...]

    • 4.5 stars The best sequels expand the world you know and make you fall even deeper in love with the characters. Murder of Crows does all that and more in a story that's just as interesting as its predecessor. Review posted on the blog: themidnightgarden/2014If you enjoy urban fantasies, whether YA or adult, you should be reading this outstanding series!

    • First of all, before I begin my review, let me just thank all the gods and higher deities out there for the fact that I am still alive to see this day. I've waited all year for this book to come out, and while it was a long one that pushed my endurance to the limits, I waited with much eagerness and patience, and I was rewarded accordingly with one hell of a sequel.M-may I get some tissues, please?Now that that's over withOH HELL TO THE YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES!!!! It's no secret that I hold Writ [...]

    • This is just a mini review =) I didn't love this one as much as the first one but I still loved it. The world that Anne Bishop created is awesome! I love all of the creatures that live together and rule so many things in the world. Meg is back to seeing prophecies, uh, through the way she does. There is someone poisoning the crows and of course this doesn't sit well with the Others so they are going to start taking things away from the humans. We get to find out more from one of the other cassan [...]

    • 2.5 StarsI absolutely loved, loved, loved the first book. Which is why Murder of Crows disappointed me so much more than it should have. There are two main aspects that in my opinion 'ruined' the story: Meg's character and the plot. If you will, let me tell you what I thought. If you loved this book, like all my friends did, then just ignore what I have to say. (:I actually don't have a lot of expectations about a sequel. The only thing I really ask for is good character development; this, howev [...]

    • Quickest buddy read in the world with my adventure buddy Nina (seriously, people, less than a day. That's how fabulous we are). Now be good and go read her review, go."Do any of them realize that Simon Wolfgard is falling in love with Meg Corbyn?"Who the heck cares about any of them? The only ones who must realize that soon are Meg and Simon. And if they don't realize it, don't come blame it on me if Simon is kidnapped by a mysterious criminal who's his -almost- namesake and who may or may not h [...]

    • Book number 2 in a series. I really enjoyed the first one and I liked this one as well. I really don't know what it is about these books that appeals to me. There are lots of POV characters and I would have liked to see more of the Human's First and Last movement - more from their POV to get a better sense of the danger. Plus it's odd to be rooting against humans - except for the human pack :) I don't mind the bad ones getting their comeuppance, but there are a number of innocents that are hurt [...]

    • [5 Stars] This was even better than the first one! I didn't even think that was possible, but it's definitely the case here! I honestly just think that this series has one of the most fascinating worlds. It is so uniquely woven, and I love how genuine the character are. When I say genuine I mean that the characters are not ashamed to be who they are whether that is something a bit on the darker side or something more innocent. Everyone's character makes such perfect sense, and I love how the dif [...]

    • Let me start by mentioning that if you're a brony, this book is totally for you. There are colorful ponies in this book that can affect the weather and kill everyone. Think "My Little Pony" on steroids.Okay, so I loved this book as much as the first one. Meg is settling in to life with the Others. She has been accepted by all of the different creatures in the Courtyard, and they love and protect her. They also still find her very amusing because she is "human-ing" around them and they really don [...]

    • “He just hoped Meg leading the way didn’t mean all the blood prophets would do strange things to their hair.” While I didn't like this one quite as much as the first, it was an excellent follow-up that kept me glued. The world-building is fascinating and complex - I love Meg and the different creatures in Lakeside and how they interact with each other. It's dark and violent and gritty, but even the humorous parts (and there are several!) work well. The crows especially get a bigger part in [...]

    • DNF at 65%. With all the same issues I had with the first book returning with force. I wanted to like it soooo much, and even picked up this second book (despite by better judgement) because I love the concept behind the series. Most of my problems were with execution, although this second book brought forth a whole host of new problems with inconsistent character construction. I just don't have the patience to force myself through it at this point.

    • The Sanguinati referred to females like Meg as sweet blood because, even when they were adults, these women retained the sweetness of a child’s heart. Another 5 star rating. I can't put these books down for any reason. Eating and sleeping has become secondary. But who cares? Less sleep----> more reading!These books are so goood, exactly what I expected for a dark UF to be, it has all the elements to rock this genre. A lot happens. There are new characters introduced, old characters developm [...]

    • I wish I wouldn't have read the first book, Written in Red, the day after it came out because now I have to wait a year for Murder of Crows :(

    • So. Tainted Meat. Got it. It's a novel about making hamburger, right?Okay, so I liked this novel a lot more than the first because it actually felt like an editor got a chance to flip some red at it. There was more mainline story and less of the mild and rather boring "getting to know you in such a mundane way" build. Of course, there was plenty of sitting around and watching movies and hoping that the doggie would get to lick her fingers, and while that has a fairly charming place to sit in a s [...]

    • What a great second book in the series. I did like the first book just a smidge more but it was only by a little.A few things that I continue to like about the series are that the Humans are not the big cheese Alpha dogs of the story. There might be some that forget that, forget that the creatures known as the Others really control it all but they get some pretty big reminders of that in this book. The other thing I like is the Others aren’t shifters. They don’t think like humans and they do [...]

    • Posted at Yummy Men & Kick Ass ChicksOMGTHISBOOKWASSOGOOD!!!!!Before I even tell you why, go to the store (or a bookstore website) and pre-order this book. Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop. NOW. I’ll be here when you get back. If you have not read the first book, Written in Red, buy that one NOW then pre-order this second one. I will wait while you do that. Go. *hums Jeopardy anthem*Okay. Let’s get to it then.Anne Bishop is primarily known for her straight up fantasy. Fantasy writers, in o [...]

    • I loved loved loved this book even more than the first. The world has been established and built, i have gotten to meet most of the key players, now it's really starting to dig into their pasts and motivations. there are some new characters, ones that I hope make a reappearance in the next book, Vision in Silver witch I'm starting next. This was a 5 star read!!!!! and I can't wait to see what's next for Meg, Simon and the rest of the Lakeside Courtyard.

    • The ReviewJust a few short months after arriving at the courtyard, Meg has settled into life living with the Terra Indigine. Her blood prophesies have already saved the courtyard once and now she has seen a plot to attack the Crowgard with poisoned meat. But a group of terrorists aren't their only problem. The Controller who Meg escaped from has set into motion plans to recapture or kill her and he doesn't care who he kills along the way. And further muddying the waters is the interference of an [...]

    • This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.I liked this book just as much, if not more, than the first book in the series. I love all of the wonderful characters in this book but I also was really drawn to the story. Meg has really sparked a lot of change in Simon and her world. I now completely understand why so many people love this series.Meg speaks prophecies but she doesn't just come out and say what is going to happen. It takes some work to put everything together. The [...]

    • ALL MY THOUGHTS HERE: thebooktarian/2017/02/ (PORTUGUESE REVIEW)OMG!! This book was even better than the first one and I don't know how since the first one was PERFECT!!!

    • I love this series and these characters so much. They feel like friends now. Such incredibly complex world building on a large and small scale lives in these pages. Favorites are back with a few new faces. Of course there's also the evil humans (as the Others say). The danger for both humans and Others is escalating and there is lots of unrest on both sides. Within the turmoil, I really liked watching these two groups interact and learn from the other. Some movement on a romance, but thankfully [...]

    • 2º livro desta saga que envolve lobisomens, vampiros e profetisas de sangue. O meu género do livro, fantástico e original, sem duvida. Fico em pulgas para ler o 3º volume e saber o que vai acontecer a seguir

    • 3.5 starsWhat I found to be the biggest problem with this book was the very slow pace of it. Yes, you get to know the characters better and connect with them, you get to laugh your ass off thanks to their amazing banters and you get to see the chemistry between Meg and Simon blossom but there's nothing much happening. However, I enjoyed reading Murder of Crows very, very much. It's definitely a character driven book and, well, series in general, but that doesn't make it any less enjoyable and, o [...]

    • I loved the first book in this series and I thought that I would like this one as much as I did the previous one but sadly that's not how I feel. Don't get me wrong, the story is still really great but I felt like there was too little Meg and Simon scenes, too little interaction between those two and the unnecesarry drama at the beginning of the story was not to my liking. The scenes that we did get with them were great and reminded me of why I like this series so much. Their relationship is slo [...]

    • Three and a half stars.Don’t judge me. I just read book one in this series (Written in Red)–twice–and so what else was I to do but full speed to the second? Besides, there’s nothing like an addictive book to keep one wide awake through night shift, and the second installment in Bishop’s Others series continues to fit the bill. Yet while I enjoyed the second excursion to Bishop’s innovative urban fantasy world, I found it somewhat less engaging than the first.This series grabs on thre [...]

    • Almost as good as the first book. Almost. I wanted more of the Elementals and Sam and more Simon and Meg moments. I don't mind a slow-burning romance and tension, but this is just a little too slow. I really wanted more. And the end was rushed. I really love this series and wish she'd write faster. Only having two books is killing me! This series has so much potential and I love her creativity in imagining an entirely new modern world. It's quite amazing and utterly fascinating.

    • So many things were going to happen because of Meg and her Wolf. And the awesomeness of this series continues in Murder of Crows.Meg continues to adjust to living in the Courtyard, to not being under the control of the Controller anymore. I love all the friendships she has formed, how the trust she has gained makes all of them so protective of her. Meg is also trying to curb her addition to cutting herself, but with all the danger that surrounds her, it gets very difficult to not cut herself in [...]

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