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BASILISK Review by Bookshelf Bombshells

23 Sep 2011, Posted by JaydaSteele in Books, Reviews, The Chimera Novels
BASILISK: The CHIMERA Novels, Book 2

BASILISK: The CHIMERA Novels, Book 2An excellent review of BASILISK has been posted at Bookshelf Bombshells as a follow-up to their CHIMERA review written in early August.

…From the moment the brothers hit the road, the story takes off like a rocket. Like any good thriller, there are car chases, gun fights, hand-to-hand combat, abductions, and incendiary devices. Basilisk has a strong voice and maintains a constant tension, except for the rare occasions when the flawed heroes stop to catch a breath. Naturally, that’s when everything goes wrong. Misha must find ways to protect his all-too-human companions — his ferret seems to do fine on its own. It would be so much easier to be the killer he was trained to be, but maintaining his hard-won humanity is as important to Misha as his mission to allow the other chimeras the same chance… [Read the Entire Review]

Thank you, Bombshells for supporting our beloved Korsak Brothers!

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  • Ann

    Just finished Basilisk and thoroughly enjoyed it. I must admit it is the little touches that I really enjoyed – like Godzilla sleeping on Saul’s head or making a Moebius strip of the toilet paper in a motel room, or that “Harry” liked painting the frou-frous on Victorian houses.

  • RACHEL ECKSTEIN

    I’ve havent picked this boo up yet but im working on reading all of the books so cant wait to do it