Friday, March 29, 2013

**Fangirling Over J.A. Huss ~ Day 5**

Welcome to the final day of my Fangirling Over J.A. Huss event. I'm kinda sad that it's over, BUT I am part of the blog tour for Range (my stop is April 10th) AND when book 5 of the series releases in December, you can bet I'll be fangirling some more. Plus, Ms. Huss is releasing Tragic in May. So I'll have plenty more fangirling opportunities! :) 

Today, I'm reviewing The Magpie Bridge. It's amazing, of course! And you can still enter the giveaway for one of the books in the I Am Just Junco series! 

Warning: Fangirling ahead....


The Magpie Bridge  (I Am Just Junco, #4.5)Title: The Magpie Bridge
Series: I Am Just Junco/I Am Not Junco #4.5 
Author: J.A. Huss

Synopsis from GoodReads:
Raubtier Aves, 039-1, AKA: Tier
Son of Lucan
Ranking Officer of the Avian military
And devoted to Junco, no matter what

Tier was left with one specific order and he’s not about to screw it up. He might lose all his allies, his brothers, his shot at defeating the High Order, and his own Eternal Salvation - but he’s willing to risk it all to keep one small girl alive.

Tier reveals his part in the epic tale of The Seven Siblings, spilling secrets and motivations that will leave you breathless and wanting more.

*sigh* I love Tier! ;)

I must point out the irony of Tier being someone who told Junco she had trouble seeing the obvious when he has the same issue. :) Of course, I had trouble seeing clearly as well... This entire series is one of details. I adore this in books - love looking for all the details, having to really think - so I've been constantly bookmarking and highlighting while reading Junco's story. But I have to admit that I missed some things. :)

Ms. Huss definitely packed a lot into this little book. The Magpie Bridge picks up right at the last scene of Range. It is fascinating being in Tier's head for once. And I was rapt watching as he fits all the "puzzle pieces" together. In my review of Clutch, I believe I commented on my love of the mythology that Ms. Huss has woven into Junco's story. It's something I've paid attention to - bookmarked - but I had no idea the importance the mythology would have. Ahh, puzzle pieces fitting together indeed.

The Magpie Bridge is an integral part of the story. I loved every word. I still have questions and things to mull over but I know all will be illuminated on December 2, 2013! ;) And I love finishing a puzzle! :)

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  1. I am loving your reviews for this series. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thanks, Andrea! I really can't say enough about this series - Junco is just awesome-tastic! :)

  2. Oh I love it when pieces come together later on! I highlight and bookmark so much while reading all the time...hehehe...Jaclyn @ JC's Book Haven.

    1. It is really neat! ;) I'm glad I'm not the only nerdy one! LOL :)

  3. pretty good so far from what i have seen!


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