That Ain't Witchcraft by Seanan McGuire
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Antimony had never been my favorite character out of the Price family, but she really grew on me during the circus. What was a bit surprising is how much I'd grow to love her by the end of THIS particular novel.
Magic, crossroads, sorcery, sure. Seanan even has two side novels that tie into this particular series and I happened to enjoy them quite well.
But to see the kind of tapestry that has now been woven after so many apparently one-off novels? This family just keeps landing in it over and over and I truly didn't expect THIS kind of huge ending. Helping people out is kinda their thing, of course, and deals with devils are never easy, but by the end of THIS particular novel, I'm kinda shocked at how *complete* an image we've got. Not just of this Cryptid world, but of its magic system. :)
I'll be honest, I always preferred all of Seanan's other UFs over this series, but now this is getting GOOD.
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