McDermott, J.M.: We Leave Together (Dogsland III) (2014)

We Leave Together marks the end of the story of Joni Lord Jona, Rachel, Djoss, Calipari and the Walkers. The Dogsland trilogy has been terribly painful yet wonderful to read. J.M. McDermott’s prose brought me through the terrors, pain and love expressed in this story about two extremely different yet similar couples. The Walkers are … Continue reading McDermott, J.M.: We Leave Together (Dogsland III) (2014)

McDermott, J.M.: We Leave Together – page 44

“She felt into the Unity for all the energy hidden in the air, where people live and love and the threads of life swell into one pattern.

In every room – every single room – her breaking heart was not alone.

A thousand upon a thousand snowfalls, and the city weeps in the dark, alone.”

McDermott, J.M.: When we were executioners (2012)

I want to understand why writing a review of When We Were Executioners is so difficult.  Part of it has to do with how invested in the lives of Jona and Rachel I have become. Not only they, but also the two Walkers of Erin seem to have a profound effect on me. There is … Continue reading McDermott, J.M.: When we were executioners (2012)

McDermott, J.M.: Never Knew Another (2011)

“Never Knew Another” is the first book in the Dogsland trilogy. What a dark and moving novel. We’re not left with a lot of hope for our protagonist after finishing this book. I’ve read complaints about the sudden ending, but I felt it was just right. The cover art fits incredibly well with the mood of … Continue reading McDermott, J.M.: Never Knew Another (2011)

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