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The D?Artigo sisters are half-human, half-Fae operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. Camille is doing her best to juggle magic, men, and the demonic war into which they?ve been thrust?until she discovers a secret that could change all their lives.



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  • Poche: 304 pages
  • Editeur : Berkley (1 juillet 2008)
  • Collection : An Otherworld Novel
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 042522239X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425222393
  • Dimensions du produit: 11 x 2,2 x 17,4 cm
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Nelbo le 10 août 2011
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
C'est le pire de la série sur les frangines inventées par Yasmine Galenorn.
Pourquoi le pire me direz-vous ?
Parce qu'il ne faut pas charrier : la bombe sur la couv. à qui on a oublié de faire un cou (le dessinateur devrait prendre des cours), nous la joue ménage à trois en plus de s'allumer à la moindre occasion.
Si vous aimez les extases par bouquin interposé, faites une tentative de lecture.
Mais bon, ça commence à être gravement tiré par les cheveux qu'elle a d'ailleurs longs comme vous l'aviez deviné.
Je préfère encore être obligée de relire du Jeanine Frost que ça !
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12 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Which Witch is Wytch? 4 juillet 2008
Par Rhianna Walker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Dragon Wytch is the fourth book in the Sisters of the Moon series, the follow-up of Darkling(3). In Witchling(1) we meet the D'Artigo sisters- Camille, the eldest who is a witch, Delilah, the middle child who is a werecat, and Menolly, the baby of the family who is a vampire.

The plots of Witchling(1), Changeling(2) & Darkling(3) established the confusing existance of the three realms- Otherworld, Earth and the Subteranean Realms and introduces us to a host of otherwordly species from both those found on Earth and those from without. The three D'Artigo sisters and their friends have been fighting to protect their home, Otherworld, and their new home in Seattle (in the Earth realm) from the demon forces of Shadow Wing. There's civil war going on back home in Otherworld and there are twelve Spirit Seals hidden on earth that could open the portals between all three realms letting loose the demons of the Sub-realms into the others, destroying all life as we know it.

Returning to Camille as narrorator (she narrorated Witchling) we're picking up with the protection of the realms but there's a whole new cast of characters and troubles. A royal prince of the unicorns has come to give Camille a special gift, one that only she can wield, but first they have to find the pixie who was carrying it who was captured. Morgaine, yes *that* Morgaine, is also on the hunt for this mystical hierloom and she's camped out near Smoky's on Mt. Rainier annoying the crud out of the dragon. She's intent on raising the Earthside fae's courts back to life and needs Camille to help her do it. Then there's Benjamin, a human who has seen visions of a stone and demons, his family thinks he's crazy, but Morio thinks there's more to his visions than the ramblings of a nutcase.

Lots of fighting, plenty of sisterly antics and a sprinkle of Camille and her triad of men makes for a very involved but strangely smooth plot. If you've been following the series and are a fan of Morio and Smoky you will probably really enjoy the face time these two get.

I'll be honest... the first two books in the series didn't quite fully sell me on Galenorn as a fiction writer. Conceptually they were good but I needed to see a stronger voice coming through. Darkling it started to show and Dragon Wytch showed how very much she's grown as a fiction writer. I'm really happy with how far along she's come and how well she's crafted not only a really good urban fantasy realm and characters, but at how very well she's kept them. Smoky fans might argue a bit after reading this book, he did seem slightly less dragonly in this one, but I think that was done intentionally because of where Galenorn went with him and Camille.

If you've been reading the series this is a must read! Sexy, action packed and impossible to put down. Enjoy!
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4 1/2 swtars just short of being ruly outstannding 7 juillet 2008
Par G. Robinson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
with the three previous books being: Witchling, Changeling & Darkling; I was afraid that this book would be Dingaling.

Nicely balanced interpersonal, plot and erotic elements. The characters have improved steadily and are now compelling. The plot is a little linear but still excellent. The observation that victories are not unalterable is very good.

Just short of truly outstanding saved by some editorial errors, and some factual errors (an AK47 spews bullets not ammunition and there seems to be some confusion between brands and tattoos (they feel very different) as well as the plot could have been a little stronger (although it was very good)).

The author, publisher and cover artist are to be congratulated as the cover does a good job of depicting the man character.
4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
fascinating urban fantasy 2 juillet 2008
Par Harriet Klausner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
In Seattle half-fae half human Camille D'Artigo smells the pixie dust that suddenly floods the air inside her Indigo Crescent bookstore when a unicorn says hello to her; followed by a hostile goblin, Sawberry fae and bugbear who demand that Feddrah Dahns turn over the pixie or else. Camille fires bolts at the goblin and bugbear while Feddrah knocks out the fae. A car runs over the bugbear while the fae escapes and the goblin is tied up. Camille calls the boyfriend of her were-cat sister Delilah police detective Chase to clean up the mess; the goblin escapes.

When Camille's other sister Menolly the vampire joins them as well as Iris the priestess, Feddrah explains that his aide Mistletoe the pixie carried an item to deliver to her, but the three thugs interceded. Mistletoe regained the item, the powerful horn of the rare black unicorn. Meanwhile a Raksasas Persian Demon is apparently in town causing further havoc while Smoky the dragon arrives to remind Camille she owes him a week of sex, but has need for her to talk with Morgaine who has camped in his barrow before he makes the fae his lunch. Camille fears Morgaine might be trying to raise the former Seelie Queen Titania or the former Unseelie Queen Aeval for some purpose. Rounding out the visits is one of Camille's two lovers Trillian, but her other Morio remains missing. However, her ultimate fear is that the demon Shadow Wing will find the seals that keep the portals closed and be able to enter earthside and otherworld destroying both.

The various types of paranormal species seem genuine in the Seattle setting. The action never slows down for a moment and although the story line builds on threads from the previous "sisters of the moon" books, DRAGON WYTCH can stand alone. The climax is quite a shocker making the fascinating tale even more spellbinding even if readers need a scorecard to keep track of the myriad of key players supporting the prime star.

Harriet Klausner
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If you love "Charmed"... 4 novembre 2008
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
This is not the first book in this series, and you will enjoy it more if you read the others first. The book just felt like I was watching half a season of "Charmed" in one sitting. Kind of fun, but not enough substance to overcome the stereotypes and predictable plot. If you liked the author's previous books, you will likely enjoy this as well.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A solid sequel to a better series 19 juillet 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
Dragon Wytch / 978-0-425-22239-3

The fourth in the Sisters of the Moon series, "Dragon Wytch" continues the alternating narrative viewpoint by cycling around to the eldest sister again, Camille. I always felt that Camille's first novel, "Witchling", was arguably the weakest of the first three books in the series, and I'm afraid that "Dragon Wytch" does nothing to change my opinion on that front.

In fairness to Camille, she has always been the least easy of the three sisters to take seriously - her narrative focuses heavily on her "boobs" and "butt", as she likes to talk about physical characteristics frequently, along with her "fetish shop" wardrobe. Factor in her willing harem of men, all of whom are completely devoted to her and put up only the most token protests to her every whim, and we have a character that is just a touch too close to wish fulfillment to take seriously.

Where the first three books focused heavily on the search for the spirit seals, with a heavy emphasis on character development along the way, "Dragon Wytch" now focuses almost primarily on Camille's relationship dynamics with Smoky, per the indentured servitude she promised him in "Changeling". This aspect is largely unsatisfying - although Galenorn does a good job setting up Smoky as an extremely undesirable lover via clear and compelling examples of mental abuse and vastly different power dynamics within a relationship, in the last half she abruptly abandons the thread with love magically conquering all and Smoky quickly signing up to be just another member of Camille's growing entourage. Readers will be forgiven if they don't accept this turn of events with the same enthusiasm as Camille.

When a spirit seal is thrown in at the end, it serves largely as a vehicle to compel Camille to do something world-altering and potentially very dangerous in order to set up conflict for the next book. This is especially frustrating, because this is now the second book in a row where the main characters only act as they do because the Hags of Fate have flat-out told them to. In "Darkling", the readers will remember, this was the main reason Menolly uncharacteristically extended an offer to Erin, so to see the same But Thou Must behavior all over again starts to feel like Galenorn can't think of a better way to motivate the characters to do what she needs them to do.

Having said all that, "Dragon Wytch" is a solid addition to the series, and if you've stuck with it this far, I recommend that you keep going. The flaws that come through in the reader are mostly minor, and seem less a failure of the author than your basic "middle-of-the-series" problems - all the characters are in a state of flux and growth, and the series is trying to set up for the big finale, so it makes sense that the narrative would lag at times or feel a little contrived. If I've been hard on the novel here, it is not because it's a bad book, but because the series is otherwise so excellent escapist fantasy.

~ Ana Mardoll
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