Crowbones is a spellbinding new novel from Anne Bishop, set in the world of the Others—a sensual, dangerous realm where shape-shifting vampires and werewolves rule supreme, and humans are nothing more than prey. There’s something seriously wrong with Sheriff Golden Fang. He’s always been one of theOthers—powerful predators who can turn into animals or take on their human forms—but now he’s become fixated on Blood Singer Isobelle Duchannes. Isabella knows her link to Golden Fang must be broken before he harms anyone else, but breaking it may come at a cost greater than she ever imagined .
For who is this book for ?
- The story is gripping and full of suspense
- It has a rich and detailed worldbuilding that’s fascinating to explore
- The characters are complex and interesting
- The book is extremely descriptive, sometimes to the point of being redundant.
- The plot isn’t particularly original or exciting.
- Some readers may find the worldbuilding confusing and hard to follow.
Learn more about the author
Anne Bishop is the author of The Black Jewels Trilogy, including Daughter of the Blood, Heir to the Shadows, and Queen of Memory, as well as Dreams Made Flesh. A winner of the World Fantasy Award and a New York Times bestselling author, she lives in upstate New York.
“Crowbones is Anne Bishop’s newest novel, set in the world of the Others- a sensual, dangerous realm where shape-shifting vampires and werewolves rule supreme. Humans are nothing more than prey.”
“Anne Bishop has done it again with Crowbones. The World of the Others is a sensual, dangerous realm where shape-shifting vampires and werewolves rule supreme, and humans are nothing more than prey.”
“A fantastic read! The characters are well written and the plot is intriguing. Anne Bishop has done a great job in creating another world for her readers to enjoy.”
“Anne Bishop’s world of the Others is one that I would never want to leave. It’s dangerous, sexy, and full of characters who are both vulnerable and powerful. Crowbones was a thrilling read that left me impatient for more.”