Among them is Luna Wilder, a tough-as-nails police officer whose job is to keep the peace. As an Insoli werewolf, Luna travels without a pack and must rely on. The first book in a thrilling, addictive new series by a talented new voice in dark fantasy. Welcome to Nocturne City, where werewolves, black magicians, and. The Nocturne City book series by Caitlin Kittredge includes books Night Life, Pure Blood, Second Skin, and several more. See the complete Nocturne City series.

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Wouldn’t it have been considered more of a sign of xaitlin if the kid had had books instead of the trophies?? Welcome to Nocturne City, where werewolves, black magicians, and witches prowl the streets at night… Among them is Luna Wilder, a tough-as-nails police officer whose job is to keep the peace.

I think Kittredge was tired of the story by this point and just wanted it over with. He is not a nice man.

Night Life

The plot doesn’t stick together properly, either. Decent characters, okay plot, and chock full of witches, demons, werewolves, and rumor of vampires. The only thing Hightlife didnt like was the way they described Dimitri. On kittrege fantastical side of things, it does not disappoint, and the murder mystery will have you guessing right up to the bloody climax. Its not A fellow blogger asked me why I choose the books that I do. According to the author’s website there will be at least 5 books total in the series possibly more.


He doesn’t even swear in the mother language, so I felt somewhat bereft. You may not always like the protagonist, Luna, czitlin her love interest, a drug dealer and generally not nice guy. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Gollancz July 29, Publication Date: Flawed characters are interesting but characters without any redeeming qualities are unreadable.

Night Life (Nocturne City, #1) by Caitlin Kittredge

Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. But, all together this book wasn’t bad, it had good writing and the world that CK created wasn’t bad, but it seems to just be an average UF amongst the many that are kittrwdge and if you are going to try Caitlin Kittredge I inghtlife recommend these first: The fact that Luna has state-of-the-art computer equipment on which she could simply print the image off is…um…well, that would require thinking.

I did finish it so that is a plus, apparently the plot was engaging enough despite the many plot holes that I finished it and there have been some books that are too horrible for me to even finish Sorry Twilight fans. I didn’t care what happened to them other than wishing the author would kill them off so I could learn more about the universe. That would have nghtlife too obvious.

The world-building is decent and interesting but why, oh, why make the main characters so hard to stomach? I can accept daitlin underlying arc in a series of novels or in television episodes, films, etc.

This book tried to hard and failed miserably. I’m not sure I can go on to the next one it’s at the library–I’m not investing more money simply because I’m not sure what really happened?


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Oct 14, Kathy Davie rated it it was ok Shelves: I think this series has promise, but this book was not great. Also, the tantalizing hint of previous attempts to raise the demon based on old forensic evidence is also kittedge aside as the action builds.

The second unsuccessful aspect involved the love interest of the main character i. I love that Kittredge is a bit of a geek so I feel a sort of kinship there.

Not the main character, not her cousin with the silly name, not the main romantic interest who seemed like a creep a pimp and drug deelernot the cops, hell, the grandma was the most interesting of them all and she was in only one scene. But anyway I digress.

It was a good read, funny and dark, but it just didn’t convince me Luna is a cop fighting her werewolf kiftredge, and while she’s labeled tough-as-nails, that description tends to mean aggressive, angry, and flippant in this story.

Sometimes from paragraph to paragraph she changes her attitude, things seem disconnected, as if the author wrote in chunks and forgot to connect them properly.

Examples straight quotes from the book: