Reviewed by Nikyta
Title: Neon White Episode 3
Author: Wulf Francu Godgluck
Series: A Tooth Claw and Horns Chronicle #3
Genre: M/M & M/F Paranormal/Fantasy
Length: 62 pages
Release Date: January 11, 2015
Available at: Amazon
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Blurb: This is going to be a bloody shit day.
The Alpha is missing, for one thing. Raven’s partner Jessy is still struggling to deal with his death. Finding out that his body is missing from the morgue is a big enough shock, so what happens next is going to be unbelievable…
Especially for Raven.
Neon White Episode 2 ended with a very shocking bang. One that left me jonesing for the next book to read and see where things would go from there. This one picks up right where Episode 2 left off but instead of Raven’s POV, we get mostly Jessy’s. Things are really heating up, though, because not only is Raven dead but Jessy’s made it her mission to figure out who killed him and her number one suspect is Chetlér.
I still enjoyed this one because I just absolutely adore the world but my biggest issue was Jessy. I found her extremely annoying and her attitude in this book was so different than how she was in Episode 2. In this one, she was a snooty, bitchy female whereas before she was timid but sort of a cute, geeky know-it-all. Unfortunately, she’s no longer cute and geeky but a royal pain in the ass. I just didn’t like her attitude at all and didn’t like that a majority of the story was about her when I just wanted to learn more about Raven and Chetlér. Beyond that, though, I feel like there’s just too many side stories for the length of each episode. If maybe each episode focused on one problem, it’d be okay but this one has three, four different situations in 62 pages that just made it too chaotic and didn’t give any of the conflicts much time to develop.
In the end, I still liked getting back into this serial but I wished it had less Jessy in it and more of Raven and Chetlér. I didn’t find her life to be very entertaining and found her attitude to be even less amusing. She was just a bitch, IMO, and definitely not an intriguing one. Still, I”m hoping future stories go back to Raven and Chetlér’s life so we can see where things go from here.
Overall Impression: It was good!
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*