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by Gemma Magno,Kim Harrison

ePub Blood Crime download
Author:
Gemma Magno,Kim Harrison
ISBN13:
978-0345521026
ISBN:
0345521021
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Publisher:
Del Rey; 1ST edition (October 30, 2012)
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Subcategory:
Graphic Novels
ePub file:
1204 kb
Fb2 file:
1246 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
483

Gemma Magno was inspired to draw by anime and manga, and received a Presidential Award after winning several art competitions.

Gemma Magno was inspired to draw by anime and manga, and received a Presidential Award after winning several art competitions. She lives in the Philippines. Библиографические данные.

You can’t tell the story of how it all began for supernatural cops Ivy Tamwood and Rachel Morgan without telling how it all nearly ended. The fiery living vampire and erstwhile earth witch never asked to be paired up in the first place. And having to work Inderland Security’s crummiest beat-busting two-bit paranormal street punks-sure didn’t sweeten the deal. Gemma Magno was inspired to draw by anime and manga, and received a Presidential Award after winning several art competitions.

Kim Harrison and Gemma Magno come together again in the second Hollows Graphic Novel, Blood Crime! .

Kim Harrison and Gemma Magno come together again in the second Hollows Graphic Novel, Blood Crime! So continues the tale of Ivy and Rachel while they were still working for the . . I won this book from a book bloggers site, and I think I was more excited to win the autographed book from Kim Harrison than anything else! Of course with Canada Post being what it is it took over 7 weeks to get here from the time I won it to actually getting to read it!

Kim Harrison, Gemma Magno. You can't tell the story of how it all began for supernatural cops Ivy Tamwood and Rachel Morgan without telling how it all nearly ended.

Kim Harrison, Gemma Magno. And having to work Inderland Security's crummiest beat-busting two-bit paranormal street punks-sure didn't sweeten the deal. But when it counts, Ivy and Rachel always have each other's backs. They'd better-because someone just hung targets on both of them

Kim Harrison (born 1966) is a pen name of American author Dawn Cook.

Kim Harrison (born 1966) is a pen name of American author Dawn Cook. Kim is best known as the author of the New York Times best selling Hollows series, but she has written more than urban fantasy and has published over two dozen books spanning the gamut from young adult, accelerated-science thriller, anthology, and a unique, full-color world book, and has scripted two original graphic novels set in the Hollows universe. She has also published traditional fantasy under the name Dawn Cook.

Written by Kim Harrison. Blood Crime reveals never-before-told backstory between Rachel Morgan and vampire Ivy Tamwood. Blood Work, the first Hollows graphic novel by Kim Harrison, debuted at on the New York Times graphic novel bestseller list. Now comes a second original story set in the world of Kim Harrison's urban paranormal series, which has sold more than a million copies in North America alone. Someone is out to eliminate Ivy and Rachel - and it doesn't seem to matter who dies first. Hardcover, 176 pages, full color.

Art By, Pedro Maia and Gemma Magno. A perfect blood by Kim Harrison. I have an amazing friend who got me a personalized autographed copy after she got to interview Kim Harrison. Taking over a crime syndicate in Louisiana, leopard shifter Joshua Tregre, whose fighting skills are unrivaled, doesn't stand a chance when he meets his new neighbor, whose fierce determination and beauty lead him down the path of temptation. When she discovers that a would-be creator is determined to make his own demons and needs her blood, former king demon Rachel Morgan, a bounty hunter, faces her toughest adversary yet-humanity.

Blood Crime by Kim Harrison. 4 Book Lot kim Harrison perfect blood dead witch walking undead demon. Customs services and international tracking provided. A Perfect Blood (The Hollows by Kim Harrison PB 1st Harper Voyager.

You can’t tell the story of how it all began for supernatural cops Ivy Tamwood and Rachel Morgan without telling how it all nearly ended. The fiery living vampire and erstwhile earth witch never asked to be paired up in the first place. And having to work Inderland Security’s crummiest beat—busting two-bit paranormal street punks—sure didn’t sweeten the deal. But when it counts, Ivy and Rachel always have each other’s backs. They’d better—because someone just hung targets on both of them.   It doesn’t take a hotshot homicide detective to know that nearly getting flattened by a falling gargoyle or impaled by a lead pipe aren’t on-the-job accidents. But it doesn’t seem possible that the class of crooks Ivy and Rachel routinely collar could kill anything but brain cells. So who put Cincinnati’s tough and tender twosome on their “to do in” list? Is Ivy’s vampire master, the powerful and seductive Piscary, jealous of her growing bloodlust (and just plain lust) for Rachel? Or have forces unknown—living or undead—made the partners prey in a deadly witch (and vampire) hunt?   Before this case is cracked, Ivy and Rachel will face down vicious dogs, speeding locomotives, rogue bloodsuckers, and their own dark desires; spells will be cast and blood will be spilled; and Kim Harrison’s hair-raising, heart-racing, dark urban world of magic and monsters will leap howling from the pages of her second electrifying, full-color graphic novel.
  • Reading other reviews,If I took all ypur words to heart I"d never have bought my hard copy of this Graphic Novel. And buy it I did. And largely loved it, being a fan of 2 entirely different things, Kim Harrison, and also, geek alert, comic books, (whi h to one of the reviewers honey I hate to break it to you as it was your complaint on receiving it,but thats fancy talk for... graphic novel!) You know, nowadays fantastically done art, interpretive of a story line, then as few written words(sometimes, sometimes more as possible,) to tell the tale.
    Joss Whedon actually used the medium to continue Buffy TVS going for Season 8 and beyond just as he had storyboarded it-he continued to write "episodes" as it were, much cheaper to produce without the studio cutting scenes,ect. Kim Harrison is brilliant to likewise use this medium,but I have downloaded other GN"s on my kindle and do not care for reading and trying to appreciate them that way. I end up with a headache. I also feel that Rachael is oft complaining about a lack of a rack... so why are her bazoombas bursting forth barely restrained like some 70"s Farrah poster? Thats the only reason I don"t 5star this GN, because the back story and most all of the art are top notch. One womans opinion.

  • I am finding it difficult to express the level of my disappointment in this graphic novel. I love the Rachel Morgan series and got this as a stop-gap between book releases. I have to say that anyone who picks this up to see what the series is like will probably not read the books. I don't even know where to start with all of the incongruities and inconsistencies. One of my biggest disappointments was the graphic treatment or Rachel. Note to illustrator: READ THE BOOKS! Rachel does not have enormous breasts and she doesn't wear frilly, girly, cleavage-showing blouses. She doesn't invoke amulets with a blood sugar meter. You completely missed the boat rendering her. Ivy is a little better, except those panels where a random woman illustration was apparently thrown in instead of Ivy. Still haven't figured that one out. I'm really surprised Kim Harrison or her agents let this get published.

  • But I'm not a regular reader of graphic novels, but once I like a series I want to read everything related to it. I thought it was an interesting look at their relationship prior to the series start.

    The con I have may be because I'm not used to graphic novels, but I found it kind of uncomfortable because they didn't look like they look in my head.

    It was well drawn though and I liked how it was handled as an e-book. As far as the story though, I don't think there was any new information - it seemed to be drawn from has already been written in the regular novels. That's not meant as a large con by the way; I liked that it reflected what I'd already read though I would have been nice to see some new aspect.

  • I know I shouldn't review a story by the format, but the text was small and hard to read. And since I could only read it on my Kindle I couldn't use a larger device to read it. Double tapping to increase the panel size worked, but it was difficult to swap between panels. So the whole book took longer to read than reading a print version. My eyes got very tired.

    Also, who is Celeste? If she was explained previously I didn't read the book, so her and George were confusing to me.

    Finally, as with any book that gets translated to a visual medium, I found the way Ivy and Rachel looked to be distracting and felt wrong. Especially Rachel's massive cleavage.

  • Great POV of Ivy:
    She's worried about how tight a hold Piscary has on her and how he [just may be] seeing Rachel as a threat.
    Then there's another vamp who wants Ivy dead.

    I love how the demon of the vampires is shown.
    Piscary is very frightening.

    The additional concept art at the end was wonderful.

  • to me the comic version of the rachel morgan series doesnt really match the book version. rachael seems more like a im gonna do what i want and way too much of a "blond" attitude. if you love the book series then stay away from the comics. its just gonna upset you. i wouldnt recommend this read to any one unless they just have to have any thing and everything from the hollows series.

  • Another solid Rachel Morgan book!!

  • This is a graphic novel of Kim Harrison. Of Morgan and Ivy. Trying to keep the order in a world. Where Vampires, Werewolves, Witches are real. Ivy is the Vampire. And Morgan is a witch. Their talents are different. But together there sort of the odd couple the police force