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Series: October Daye

by Author Seanan McGuire


Never Shines the Sun (2000)

Toby versus the Queen of the Mists. Since Tybalt is involved it truly is a cat fight. I almost can't put the book down. Well, I had to sleep, work, and eat. LOL This is a great read!

Never Shines the Sun (2000) by Seanan McGuire

The Winter Long (2014)

Well, just when she thinks she's got it all figured out and nailed down, McGuire throws Toby a few nasty curveballs... Some characters start to lose some of their appeal as they gain power and position; I'll take Conan the rogue over King Conan, or the first few Harry Dresden and Anita Blake book...

The Winter Long (2014) by Seanan McGuire

Chimes at Midnight (2013)

It's no secret that I'm an urban fantasy fan, but the October Daye series, for me, has to be one of the best. It has a lot more depth, detail and nuance than many of the other action-filled series out there. And I know it doesn't work for everybody, but I absolutely adore the October Daye books, ...

Chimes at Midnight (2013) by Seanan McGuire

Nebelbann (2010)

I enjoyed this installment, but I saw a lot of negative reviews for it so I was a bit weary going into it. A lot of people were complaining that this book was "too long" for the content and I can totally see that, but I definitely think listening to this series on audio would be preferred if that...

Nebelbann (2010) by Seanan McGuire

Nachtmahr (2011)

Don't let my rating fool you: I really enjoyed this book. But the repetitiveness? HOLY SHIT was it ever annoying. This series is quickly becoming a favorite and I absolutely adore October (so far *crosses fingers*), but the amount of times she explained that she can't say "thank you" was so irrit...

Nachtmahr (2011) by Seanan McGuire

La Malédiction de la rose (2009)

I found this starting slow but I had to catch up with the myriads of fae terminology like of lieges, of kingdoms and of spells to name a few. But well, this is UF. And I'm a little new to this genre. Guess that's the reason SM had reserved a page or two for those unlikely words but not to spoil t...

La Malédiction de la rose (2009) by Seanan McGuire

Winterfluch (2009)

This was the first book I read where it was set in the Faerie world primarily. Usually we get glimpses of the Faerie world in other supernatural books and this was a change to finally find a book devoted to them,I was skeptical about reading this book since it was about Faeries but it was an inte...

Winterfluch (2009) by Seanan McGuire

A Local Habitation (2010)

I'm in shock this book was even published. All the characters run around like headless chickens.Toby spends the entire book doing nothing, reacting to things, basically not thinking through what's going on at any time and failing, which is not suprising since there isn't a single example of detec...

A Local Habitation (2010) by Seanan McGuire

An Artificial Night (2010)

I can see why people were frustrated with the repetitious nature of this book - by the last time she went I into Blind Michael's lands, I was getting ready to scream, too. I mean - how many times can you make it out by the skin of your teeth/sheer luck and not learn to go in with a plan?! But th...

An Artificial Night (2010) by Seanan McGuire

Late Eclipses (2011)

These books really do just get better and better. It had me laughing and crying at the same moment, and that is a first. I've found my favorite cup of tea, and it's this series! This is the kind of book that makes you want to become a writer, overflowing with emotion and character and intrigue.Mc...

Late Eclipses (2011) by Seanan McGuire

One Salt Sea (2011)

The best of the books so far. I enjoyed all of the books, but have been frustrated with Toby's lack of planning or introspection. Her planning doesn't get better but at least Tybalt starts doing it for her. We also finally get to see her relationships with those around her (Tybalt and Conner but...

One Salt Sea (2011) by Seanan McGuire

Rosemary and Rue (2009)

I tried. I really did try to get into the story and finish the book but I just couldn't do it. I ended up stopping at Chapter 9. Honestly this book moved really slowly for me. I would just end up flipping page after page and just skipping the long paragraphs. I started this book because it showed...

Rosemary and Rue (2009) by Seanan McGuire