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Lilith Saintcrow is an American author of urban fantasy , historical fantasy , paranormal romance and steampunk novels.

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She currently resides in Vancouver, WA. Saintcrow uses the nom de plume Lili St. Crow when writing for the teenage market. Her local newspaper, The Columbian describes her novels as, "atmospheric and stylish. Dante Valentine series.

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She has also published several short stories [1] and the free online serial Selene [2] with characters from her Dante Valentine series. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification.

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In short, everything bad that could possibly happen to her does. There are dozens of times in the series that I just want to slap Dante for being so blind, so stubborn, and so childish. The girl needs a decade of therapy and some serious Prozac.

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And as for the writing, Saintcrow spreads the overarching plot unevenly across the books. Books one and two seem fairly episodic, except for the relationship with Japhrimel, while nothing really happens in Book 3, but by Book 4 you realize something BIG is happening here, but you get no answers at all until Book 5.

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  • It almost seems that Saintcrow herself had no idea where she was going until that final book. I get it!

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    And the fact that the story itself is compelling enough to make me feel that way, in spite of all the reasons I gave you NOT to read this book, says something about the fundamental quality of the books. In the end, 4 stars for the whole series. The quality of the books is pretty uneven. Read them for Japhrimel and the fun of riding flying skateboards and killing a lot of demons.

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