Mul on raamatu järg ka olemas, aga ma pole julgenud lugeda, äkki pole nii hea. Ei raatsi ka hästi, Millaril on üsna vähe raamatuid ilmunud, nii et pole priisata.
Arvustus DreadCentrali lehelt: This book has everything you could want; great characters, exciting adventures, star-crossed loves, bloody battles between fierce werewolves, sex, drugs, rock and roll, intrigue, espionage, murder and a healthy dose of humor. It’s incredibly ambitious to try and encompass all of these things in one book, but Millar does it with style and flair.
Ja Bookslut-is: With Lonely Werewolf Girl author Martin Millar has written a breakout novel that defies any and all fantasy stereotypes. The best way I can describe it as a combination political thriller and werewolf soap opera -- if your idea of soap opera includes some seriously bloody confrontations between creatures that can rip your arms off. There is a ton of family drama, some deviations into the formation of a successful pop music career, discussion of high fashion (and theft of same), a lot of pizza, and much admiration for Joan Jett and Sabrina the Teenage Witch -- and assassins of all shapes and sizes who kill on a whim and like it. Basically, this book is a delicious 550-page romp through urban fantasy versions of London and the Scottish countryside that draws you in from the first few pages and does not let you go.