Tangled Webs

Tangled Webs

eBook - 2013
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The invitation was signed Jaenelle Angelline, and it summoned her family to an entertainment she had specially prepared. Surreal SaDiablo, former courtesan and assassin, arrives first. But when she enters the house, Surreal finds herself trapped in a living nightmare created by the tangled webs of Black Widow witches... and if she uses Craft to defend herself, she risks being sealed in the house forever. But Jaenelle did not send the invitation. And now Jaenelle and her family must rescue Surreal and the others inside without becoming trapped themselves - and then discover who has created such a place, and why...
Publisher: [Pymble, N.S.W.] : 2013. Voyager,
ISBN: 9780730492276
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Bolinda Digital

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Jul 13, 2012

Tangled Webs was a fascinating chance to get to better know Surreal and Rainier. And Jaenelle, Daemon, Lucivar, Saetan and others appeared as major characters, too. I thought this was a great story and I thoroughly enjoyed it (even though it creeped me out a bit; that spooky house sure was spooky!).

Apr 08, 2011

personally , i really enjoyed the "tangled webs". Although this book doesn't have the epic feel of the first three books, it is a well woven story that is very entertaining. you should definitely try this if you enjoyed her other books and likes mysteries/romance.

Nov 16, 2010

I was deeply disappointed in this book. Normally, I love Anne Bishop's work... but this book was not up to her usual standard. Surreal doesn't act like her usual self at all. The only saving grace is the short story at the end of the book, where Surreal is very much her awesome self.

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