Lackey, Mercedes

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The Waters and the Wild

Some logical inconsistencies are distracting, such as Livy repeatedly mentioning moving to San Diego to attend college in Long Beach (they are 100 miles apart). New readers might welcome this coming-of-age fairy tale, but existing fans will be underwhelmed.
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Blood Red

Although she shifts gears between an oddly girlish interest in pretty dresses and hardheaded hunt master, Rosa remains a typical, strong Lackey heroine. The author has an army of fans, and while this series lacks some of the satisfying emotional angst of her Valdemar books, it will be in demand with those who can't get enough Lackey.
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Elementary: All New Tales of the Elemental Masters

Series fans and lovers of tales of magic in general should find this collection satisfying.
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Home from the Sea

Lighter in tone with more emphasis on romance than some of the previous titles, this fairy-tale homage offers a variant view on the usually tragic love between humans and selkies, and should attract both series fans and Lackey's sizable following.
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Unnatural Issue

Historical fantasy and gothic romance combine beautifully in this fantasy adventure from the author of the popular Valdemar novels.
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Finding the Way and Other Tales of Valdemar

The 15 original tales in this volume will appeal primarily to series fans.
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Trio of Sorcery

Lackey's urban fantasies always reflect her keen sense of time and place, and her vivid characters and respect for other cultures make her a standout storyteller with a broad-based audience. Lackey's fans and urban fantasy readers will want this.

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