: Back from the Undead (Bloodhound Files) (): D. D. Barant, Johanna Parker: Books. Another work day, another case for the Bloodhound Files. But this time, Jace is truly stumped: How is she, a mere human, supposed to penetrate the dark heart. Undead to the World. A Bloodhound Files novel from DD Barant. Jace’s return to Kansas is an instant reminder that there really is no place like home. The tavern.

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As aforementioned, the number of characters of colour absolutely increased in this book however the only time racism is invoked is in reference to lems which are supernatural creatures who don’t exist.

Mar 03, Zeenat rated it liked it. Her and Charlie, once again, the banter between them always makes me laugh hysterically. Jace did visit a graveyard, but it was at 3 am not sunset. Aug 05, Darcy rated it it was ok Shelves: I enjoy the Asian touch, in terms of Shinto feom Japanese spirit gods. Quotes from Back from the Undead. What could possibly go wrong? Just like that Sayonara!

I can honestly say that this book blew me away. All that is left is Ahaseurus, the evil shaman dude who took Jace from her home dimension. I love this series but this one hit a snag for me.

Book 5 of the Bloundhound Files starts rather innocently, with Jace doing the girly, agonizing over her new relationship with Cassius, while still trying to maintain her straightforward, no BS, cool chick image. Keanu as a waiter, for example. Angst wasn’t something I wanted to get again after book 4. It almost seems the author had no real plan in mind. He can kick major ass when needed and dv and Jace have developed quite the friendship and it’s endearing all that would do for her.


At the end, they were returned to their street life on Vancouver and were still perpetually children.

The initial case Jace picked up about some missing pire children seemed tthe enough, but unfortunately it ended up being only a minor plot point. And her witty lines aren’t as witty. At present, most Urban Fantasies relegate themselves to Western mythology.

It and bavk Paranoia can play together at the park and scare the hell out of all the other kids. She succeeds and, in an interesting twist first in a long series of mind blowing twistsis contacted by who we can kinda call her semi arch nemesis, Stocker, in a strange bid for help.

Jace’s story continues and it’s full of action, twists and turns and a sense of humor that I really crom. She succeeds and, in an interesting twist Wow The sex scene, pretty hot.

Charlie is still my favorite character. Part of this amazing story is going along with Jace on this rollercoaster of a case so, like usual, I’m not going to summarize or spoil the story. Jace’s humor and sarcasm are a welcome relief in the sci-fi genre which sometimes takes itself to seriously. Our heroes are attacked, kidnapped, assaulted, tricked, trapped, and have to deal with surly bureacrats.

I love how Mr. All up this made for a very convoluted story, of which I have to admit, I lost track at times. I hated the part with all the gods, have a hard time believing Stroker’s change of heart. I didn’t even saw that one coming. Maybe her novelty is wearing off.

Back from the Undead (The Bloodhound Files, #5) by D.D. Barant

Also, we barely saw some of our favorite characters, and one was glaringly missing. It’s odd because there are never really moments where she’s in the company of so many werewolves. Otherwise the action scenes were good, some plot points tied up and new ones emerge.

Too bad Stoker was the series’ villain, because he worked well with Jace. As if things weren’t complicated enough, Jace has decided to engage in an office romance with her boss. He disappears on a mission and she takes a case to work with Aristotle Stoker.


Lists with This Book. In Thropirelem, Vancouver is “the homicide capital of the world. His world building is amazing and after reading this book, I’m still agog at the, for lack of a better term, vast world he’s created. These books are all tied together, so they do need to be read in order. At the end I just got a head ache. He created an alternate universe, filled it with the usual supernatural creatures and made it not only believable but credible.

Love this since I am a Canadian and BC is just next door!

Back from the Undead

I am gladly rereading it before starting 6. He’s also pretty damn funny, Jace is the sarcastic, snarky type and Charlie will just surprise you with a random quip that is just too funny!

NSA agent to the world of Dc, has just hooked up with her boss, and now doesn’t know what to do about it. It didn’t really add anything to the main plot, except for the ending which is of course a cliffhanger. Can’t blame him for that.

It’s pretty much a given that being homeless has got to be better than being used and tormented in some dastardly way. That’s when Stoker comes back into the df. This was a good one and not way out there with alternate realities and time shifts like the 2nd and 3rd.