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As Denver adjusts to a new master vampire, Kitty gets word of an intruder in the Denver werewolf pack's territory, and she investigates the challenge to her authority. She follows the scent of the lycanthrope through the mountains where she is lured into a trap, tranquilized, and captured. When she wakes up, she finds herself in a defunct silver mine: the perfect cage for a werewolf.
Her captors are a mysterious cult seeking to induct Kitty into their ranks in a ritual they hope will put an end to Dux Bellorum. Though skeptical of their power, even Kitty finds herself struggling to resist joining their cause. Whatever she decides, they expect Kitty to join them in their plot... willingly or otherwise.
©2014 Carrie Vaughn, LLC (P)2013 Tantor
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By Tracey on 08-01-13

Kitty lite - might have worked better as a novella

I am sure I will be in the minority again on this one, but, having ready every single Kitty book and short story (in addition to Vaughn's other tomes, such as "Discord's Apple"), I am becoming increasingly disappointed with each new entry in this series. The last volume seemed to be light in action, but it did have the saving grace of the supporting characters (namely Cormac and Rick.) I kept waiting for something (anything) to happen in this one. Kept checking the time stamp, thinking "when would this end?" I am not a quitter though, so kept listening. A lot (A LOT) of internal monologues (have you ever wondered how supple and kissable a human's lips are? -- well, Kitty has) but not much happens here and the book doesn't really move the grand story arc along.

Gavin's performance, as usual, is engaging, but even she couldn't breathe life into this entry into the Kitty Norville series.

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By Tera on 08-05-13

I hate to say it.

What disappointed you about Kitty in the Underworld?

This is very slow and boring book. Three chapter (in a row) where Kitty to capture and alone in her prison talking to herself.

What could Carrie Vaughn have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

A sub-plot maybe Ben searching for Kitty.

Which character – as performed by Marguerite Gavin – was your favorite?

Kitty

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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