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eg. Harry -Potter
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If you use 'AND' between 2 words, then both those words will be present in the search results.
eg. Harry AND Potter
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If you use 'NOT' before a word, that word will be absent in the search results. (This is the same as using the minus symbol).
eg. 'Harry NOT Potter'
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NOTE: NOT will only work with single words not phrases.
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eg. "Harry Potter"
Search results will contain 'Harry Potter', but not 'Potter Harry'.
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Search results will contain words starting with 'Pot' and ending in 'er', such as 'Potter'.
Kelley Armstrong is the #1 New York Times best-selling author of the thirteen-novel urban-fantasy series Otherworld ( Bitten, Broken, Dime Store Magic ), the supernatural thriller series Cainsville ( Omens, Visions ), the six-book YA series Darkest Powers ( The Summoning, The Awakening ), and the Nadia Stafford novels ( Exit Strategy ).
Praise for Led Astray: The Best of Kelley Armstrong Book Nook Ten Best Books I Read in 2015 A Book Frivolity 10 Fantastic Fantasy Releases for September 2015 [STAR] From the first moment, this collection of fantastical tales sizzles with dark promise, rich world-building, and complex, often haunting characters. In Rakshashi, Amrita has long since completed her penance for the crimes she committed as a mortal, and is willing to take any avenue to capture her reward. Tanya is a woman with a gaslighting husband and a complicated history in A Haunted House of Her Own. Dead Flowers by a Roadside features a grieving man who can speak to ghosts--all but the ones he most longs to hear from. Harbinger introduces a group of spirits who have a message but no voice. Each story feels innovative and exciting, and they work together to create a harmonious whole from glittering supernatural fragments. The stories are set at various times and places but all feel as though they spring from the same dark, dangerous, and fantastical world. This excellent anthology will thrill Armstrong fans and new readers alike. --Publishers Weekly, starred review .. .excellent escapism for urban fantasy readers! --Risingshadow.net .. .excellently written.... I'm impressed, deeply impressed by almost every story in this book. --Fangs for the Fantasy If you are a fan of any of Armstrong's series then this book is one that you NEED! --Night Owl Reviews Shocks, horror, grief, magic and a little romance [--] this collection has it all! --Just Talking Books Kelley Armstrong's Led Astray hits all the notes it's supposed to, and quite a few higher ones as well.... plenty for hard-core fans and newcomers alike to enjoy. --Green Man Review All of the stories were really good. It was a lot like reading stories from The Twilight Zone. I highly recommend. --Buckeye Angel.booklikes An engaging dark fantasy collection for both fans and new readers of Kelley Armstrong's work. --Libromancer's Apprentice [A] really successful combination of short stories. Thumbs up. --Paperback Wonderland .. .she weaves the fine threads of the supernatural world with that of horror and you might just find yourself looking over your shoulder or wondering about the things that go bump in the night. --Penny Dreadful Book Reviews [T]his collection shows just how versatile Armstrong is as a writer. She does supernatural just as expertly as she does thrillers and suspense. This is a must for her fans, and new readers alike. --My Bookish Ways Armstrong's writing pulls you in and keeps your interest. All the stories were well thought out and imaginative, and the conclusions to some will definitely not be what you expected! --Readers in Wonderland Overall, this would be a terrific introduction to Armstrong, but it is absolutely essential to someone who wants to have everything related to a particular series. --The Qwillery On Bitten Frisky. . . . Tells a rather sweet love story, and suggests that being a wolf may be more comfortable for a strong, smart woman than being human. --The New York Times Book Review Filled with romance and supernatural intrigue, this book will surely remind readers of Anne Rice's sophisticated refurbishings of the vampire story. --Publishers Weekly On The Gathering She has a great, image-evoking writing style that's fun to read . . . --Dark Faerie Tales On Omens Author Kelley Armstrong has done it again. . . . In Omens, she has moved to another fascinating tale of paranormal circumstance, and riddled it with feeling and eerie happenstance. --Blogcritic On Visions I was so interested in the characters I could barely put Visions down. Frankly, I enjoyed the hell out of it. . . . I cannot wait for the next installment. --Tor.com On The Awakening The Awakening is one heckuva ride--from beginning to end, there is not a dull moment or even an opportunity to catch a breath and relax. --The Book Smugglers Will exhilarate even readers new to the series. . . . Dark alleys, undead bodies and bountiful blood will cause shivers. . . . --Kirkus, starred review On Sea of Shadows Sea of Shadows is a great fit for both the male and female reader who are looking for something more in their historical fantasy, especially if it's tinged with enough horror-filled moments to bring shivers to your late night reading. --Lost in a Great Book On The Summoning Teen readers might scream loud enough to raise the dead. --Kirkus, starred review