Black Howl by Christina Henry

Black Wings, Book 3

Synopsis: Something is wrong with the souls of Chicago’s dead. Ghosts are walking the streets, and Maddy’s boss wants her to figure out why. At the same time, the pact that Maddy unwittingly made with the local werewolves comes back to bite her when their alpha is kidnapped. As Lucifer’s heir, she should be able to discover who-or what-is responsible for both occurrences, but the fallen haven’t been too happy with her since she agreed to harbor Gabriel’s half brother, Samiel.

And while work is bad enough, Maddy has a plethora of personal problems, too. Now that Gabriel has been assigned as her thrall, their relationship has hit an impasse. At least her sleazy ex-fiance, Nathaniel, is out of the picture-or so she thinks…  

Review: I admit that I wanted this book for a while. There are always so many events in the Madeline’s life and I was eager to find out what was going to happen now. I must say she doesn’t have a lot of friends, but if it was not already complicated, some persons would be more than happy to see her dead.

The tension between Maddy and Gabriel is omnipresent throughout the book, as she tries to make him express his feelings while he merely withdraws into himself, something that irritates our heroine at the highest point (and I understand that). All the other characters are also her for us and I must admit that my favorite is Beezle. How not to succumb to this little gargoyle? He is so adorable. Okay he is also very annoying (it’s often like that, right?). He is always devoted to Maddy although a donut can get him to do everything and anything. I think our little gargoyle could be defined in a few words: Ambulant stomach! (yes, it’s true). But I think that we could not do without him, he is an important character for the story.

The plot is also very interesting: Wade and his whole pack disappeared and Jude appears on the Maddy’s front door, asking for help. And of course, to our group is added Samiel, but also Nathaniel, Gabriel and his boss. Ah Nathaniel, what different feelings I had for your character! In the second volume we are surprised to almost like him and I was hoping to love him a little more here but I think sometimes we really hope in vain. But all this will of course add many other problems such as the Samiel’s trial and Lucifer still wants to have his little girl with him. Madeline thinks she is smart enough to thwart his plans, but his grandfather had millennia to practice and I do not think there is one person who can stand in his way. We feel that little by little he will achieve his purpose while she won’t be able to rebel. We can also note that he is also more and more a father to her and it’s really touching to read about each of their meetings.

There are some great progresses in this book and we can see what the punishment of Lucifer are (they are really imagined). We will therefore encounter many surprises full of originality.

Well you understand that I loved this new volume. It is true that I did not expect at all this conclusion. I was quite surprised and even shocked by the events but I realized, however, before Maddy what was going to happen. I do not really know now what will happen to her and those she takes care about now, but I’m curious to read the following events.



Black Howl de Christina Henry (VO)

Black Wings, Tome 3

Résumé (traduction personnelle) : Il se passe quelque chose d’étrange avec les âmes des morts de Chicago. Les fantômes arpentent les rues, et le patron de Maddy veut qu’elle découvre la raison. En même temps, le pacte que Maddy a fait involontairement avec les loups garous locaux la rattrape quand leur alpha est kidnappé. En tant qu’héritière de Lucifer, elle devrait être capable de trouver qui ou quoi est responsable, mais les déchus ne sont pas très contents depuis qu’elle a accepté d’abriter Samiel, le demi-frère de Gabriel.

Et comme si le travail n’était déjà pas assez, Maddy a en plus une tonne de problèmes personnels. Maintenant que Gabriel est devenu son esclave, leur relation est arrivée dans une impasse. Au moins, son ex-fiancé, Nathaniel, est en dehors du tableau, ou le croyait-elle…

Avis : J’avoue que j’attendais ce livre depuis un moment. Il y a toujours tellement d’événements qui surviennent dans la vie de Madeline que j’étais impatiente de découvrir ce qui allait bien pouvoir se passer à présent. Il faut dire qu’elle ne s’est pas fait énormément d’amis, mais si ce n’était pas déjà compliqué, ils seraient plus que ravis de la voir morte.

La tension entre Maddy et Gabriel est omniprésente durant tout le livre, alors qu’elle essaie de lui faire exprimer ses sentiments, lui ne fait que se renfermer sur lui-même, ce qui énerve notre héroïne au plus haut point (et je la comprends). Tous les autres personnages sont aussi au rendez-vous et je dois avouer que mon préféré est beezle. Comment ne pas succomber à cette petite gargouille ? Il est si adorable. Bon d’accord il est aussi très chiant (ça va souvent de pair, non ?). Il est toujours dévoué à Maddy bien qu’un donut puisse lui faire faire tout et n’importe quoi. Je crois que notre petite gargouille pourrait se définir en quelques mots : estomac ambulant ! (si, si c’est vrai). Mais je crois qu’à présent on ne pourrait pas se passer de lui, il fait partie à part entière de l’histoire.

L’intrigue est d’ailleurs vraiment très intéressante : Wade et toute sa meute ont disparu et Jude se présente devant la porte de Maddy pour lui demander de l’aide. Et bien sûr, à notre groupe se rajoute Samiel, mais aussi Nathaniel, Gabriel et son patron. Ah Nathaniel, quels sentiments différents j’ai eu pour ton personnage ! Dans le deuxième tome on se surprend presque à l’apprécier et j’espérais pouvoir l’aimer un peu plus mais je crois que parfois on espère vraiment en vain. Mais à tout cela va bien sûr s’ajouter de nombreux autres problèmes comme le procès de Samiel et l’envie de Lucifer d’avoir sa petite fille auprès de lui. Madeline se croit assez maligne pour déjouer ses plans mais son grand père a eu des millénaires pour s’exercer et je ne crois pas qu’il y ait une seule personne qui puisse se mettre en travers de son chemin. On sent bien que petit à petit il arrivera à ses fins alors qu’elle ne pourra même pas se rebeller. On remarque aussi d’ailleurs qu’il est plus un père pour elle que n’importe qui et c’est vraiment attendrissant de lire chacune de leur rencontre.

Il y a de grandes avancées dans ce livre et on peut observer ce qu’il en est des punitions de Lucifer (elles sont vraiment recherchées). On pourra ainsi rencontrer de nombreuses surprises pleines d’originalité.

Bon vous l’aurez compris j’ai beaucoup aimé ce nouveau tome. Il est vrai que je ne m’attendais pas du tout à cette fin. J’ai été assez surprise voire choquée par les événements mais j’ai cependant compris bien avant Maddy ce qu’il en était pour elle. Je ne sais pas très bien à présent ce qu’il va advenir d’elle et de ceux à qui elle tient, mais je suis assez curieuse de lire les futurs événements.



Guest review: Black Heart by Christina Henry

Black Wings, Book 6

Synopsis: As a former agent of death, Madeline Black is no stranger to witnessing violent ends. But being the one to cause them is an entirely different story…

Despite her having saved Chicago from a vampire invasion, the Agency wants to get Maddy off its payroll – permanently. With the deadly Retrievers hot on her trail, she has no choice but to trust Nathaniel to port her to safety. But the exotic and dangerous world she winds up in doesn’t provide her with the peaceful sanctuary she sought. Caught in a turf war between a group of fae and a disturbingly familiar foe, Maddy soon discovers that the twisted plots of her grandfather Lucifer and his brothers extend even into this unknown realm.

Now, with enemies gathering on all sides, Maddy’s fate is looking darker than ever. And to protect her unborn son from her adversaries, she may have to tap into a power she hoped never to access…

My thoughts:

Christina Henry’s Black Wings series continues to be a thrilling ride. Black Heart is dark, intense and captivating. The focus on personal growth means Black Heart is not quite as action-packed as Black City, but there is still enough action to keep it interesting.

Hunted down by the invincible Retrievers, Maddy is ported to safety by Nathaniel. However, the strange world she ends up in is not exactly harmless. Drawn into the turf war between a group of Fae and their enemy, Maddy needs to quickly sort out friends from foes. All the while planning her return home for there is no way Maddy is leaving her friends to face her enemies on their own.

Being Lucifer’s granddaughter means inheriting his enemies. It also means that Maddy is often used as a pawn in one of Lucifer’s many games. Or those of his brothers. Forced to fight enemies to save the city and people she loves means Maddy has made enemies of her own. The more powerful the enemy, the more Maddy has needed to call upon the power in her blood, but power comes with a price. So far Maddy has managed to survive, but the cost of survival has been high. The increasingly ruthless way with which she responds to threats and enemies has put distance between her and some of her friends. In Black Heart Maddy is struggling with the consequences of her great power and the way it has changed her.

One of the things I love about this series is that Henry’s characters are all very appealing individuals. Take Lucifer, for instance, whose evil genius is always fun to read about. He plots and schemes and oozes charm in his own evil little way. In Black Heart he only plays a minor role, but his brother Puck does his utmost to fill his shoes. The convoluted schemes of Lucifer and Puck are always entertaining. I also love the new character Henry introduced. I cannot wait to see what role he will play in future books.

This series keeps getting better, but also darker. It is well-paced and smoothly written, boasts vivid characters and plenty of action. Like always, I finished Black Heart wanting more, but sadly I have no idea when book 7 is due.


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Stacking the Shelves #26


Stacking the Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews

 Leashing the Tempest (Arcadia Bell, 2.5) – Jenn Bennett

Dating a demon, defeating evil, running a tiki bar: Arcadia Bell is a great occult mage in many respects. But then there’s the challenge of her boyfriend’s precocious teenage son…

Arcadia “Cady” Bell may have saved the Hellfire Club’s children from a local bogeyman, but she and her Earthbound demon boyfriend, Lon Butler, now face a more disturbing problem: his teenage son’s new demonic abilities. Jupe Butler can persuade you to do anything—or so he thinks. To test the limits of his newfound power, Cady invites the co-owner of Tambuku Tiki Lounge to be the teen’s guinea pig during an afternoon boat cruise. But when an angry storm whips the Pacific into a frenzy and Jupe puts them all in serious danger, will Cady’s magick trump a teenager’s excess confidence?

 Minions (A vampire Huntress Legend, 1) – L.A. Banks

All Damali Richards ever wanted to do was create music and bring it to the people. Now she is a spoken word artist and the top act for Warriors of Light Records. But come nightfall, she hunts vampires and demons – predators that people tend to dismiss as myth or fantasy. Damali and her Guardian team cannot afford such delusions, especially now, when a group of rogue vampires has been killing the artists of Warriors of Light and their rival, Blood Music.

When strange attacks erupt within the club drug-trafficking network and draw the attention of the police, Damali realizes these killings are a bit out of the ordinary, even for vampires. Instead of neat puncture marks in the neck showing where the blood has been drained from the body, these corpses are mutilated beyond recognition, indicating a blood lust and thirst for destruction that surpasses any Damali has encountered before. Soon she discovers that behind these brutal murders is the most powerful vampire Damali has ever met – a seductive beast who is coming for her next…

 Double Cross (Disillusionists trylogy, 2) – Carolyn Crane


Justine Jones lived her life as a fearful hypochondriac until she was lured into the web of a mysterious mastermind named Packard, who gifts her with extraordinary mental powers—dooming her to fight Midcity’s shadowy war on paranormal crime in order to find the peace she so desperately craves.

But now serial killers with unheard-of skills are terrorizing the most powerful beings in Midcity, including mastermind Packard and his oldest friend and worst enemy, Midcity’s new mayor, who has the ability to bend matter itself to his will. 

As the body count grows, Justine faces a crisis of conscience as she tests the limits of her new powers and faces an impossible choice between two flawed but brilliant men—one on a journey of redemption, the other descending into a pit of moral depravity.

Black Lament (Black Wings, 4) – Christina Henry
As an Agent of Death, Madeline Black deals with loss every day. But when tragedy touches her own life, Maddy will have to find the strength within to carry on…

Devastated and grieving, Maddy unexpectedly finds hope with the discovery that she is pregnant. But Maddy’s joy is short lived when Lucifer informs her that he wants the baby, hoping to draw on the combined power of two of his bloodlines. Maddy is determined that her grandfather will never have her child, but she’s not sure what she can do to stop him.

Being pregnant is stressful enough, but Maddy suddenly finds herself at odds with the Agency—forbidden from meddling in the affairs of the supernatural courts. When a few of her soul collections go awry, Maddy begins to suspect that the Agency wants to terminate her employment. They should know by now that she isn’t the sort to give up without a fight…

 Eve & Adam – Michael Grant / Katherine Applegate

And girl created boy…

In the beginning, there was an apple—

And then there was a car crash, a horrible injury, and a hospital. But before Evening Spiker’s head clears a strange boy named Solo is rushing her to her mother’s research facility. There, under the best care available, Eve is left alone to heal.

Just when Eve thinks she will die—not from her injuries, but from boredom—her mother gives her a special project: Create the perfect boy.

Using an amazingly detailed simulation, Eve starts building a boy from the ground up. Eve is creating Adam. And he will be just perfect… won’t he?

In My Mailbox

In My Maybox” is a meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren
(repris en français par la bibliothèque de Lilie
Les traductions sont personnelles 

 Black Howl (Madeline Black, 3) – Christina Henry

Something is wrong with the souls of Chicago’s dead. Ghosts are walking the streets, and Maddy’s boss wants her to figure out why. At the same time, the pact that Maddy unwittingly made with the local werewolves comes back to bite her when their alpha is kidnapped. As Lucifer’s heir, she should be able to discover who-or what-is responsible for both occurrences, but the fallen haven’t been too happy with her since she agreed to harbor Gabriel’s half brother, Samiel. 

And while work is bad enough, Maddy has a plethora of personal problems, too. Now that Gabriel has been assigned as her thrall, their relationship has hit an impasse. At least her sleazy ex-fiance, Nathaniel, is out of the picture-or so she thinks…  

Il se passe quelque chose d’étrange avec les âmes des morts de Chicago. Les fantômes arpentent les rues, et le patron de Maddy veut qu’elle en sache la raison. En même temps, le pacte que Maddy a fait involontairement avec les loups garous locaux la rattrape quand leur alpha est kidnappé. En tant qu’héritière de Lucifer, elle devrait être capable qui ou quoi est responsable, mais les déchus ne sont pas très contents depuis qu’elle a accepté d’abriter Samiel, le demi frère de Gabriel.
Et quand le travail est déjà assez, Maddy a une tonne de problèmes personnels aussi. Maintenant que Gabriel est devenu son esclave, leur relation est arrivée à une impasse. Au moins, son ex-fiancé, Nathaniel, est en dehors du tableau, ou le croyait-elle…

Nightshifted (Nightshifted, 1) – Cassie Alexander

Nursing school prepared Edie Spence for a lot of things. Burn victims? No problem. Severed limbs? Piece of cake. Vampires? No way in hell. But as the newest nurse on Y4, the secret ward hidden in the bowels of County Hospital, Edie has her hands full with every paranormal patient you can imagine—from vamps and were-things to zombies and beyond…
Edie’s just trying to learn the ropes so she can get through her latest shift unscathed.  But when a vampire servant turns to dust under her watch, all hell breaks loose. Now she’s haunted by the man’s dying words—Save Anna—and before she knows it, she’s on a mission to rescue some poor girl from the undead. Which involves crashing a vampire den, falling for a zombie, and fighting for her soul. Grey’s Anatomy was never like this…

Future infirmière, Edie Spence est préparée à faire face à de nombreuses choses. Des victimes brulées? Aucun problème. Des membres sectionnés? Du gâteau. Des vampires? Jamais de la vie. Mais en tant que nouvelle infirmière au Y4, le service secret caché dans les entrailles de l’Hôpital du comté, Edie doit s’occuper de plus de patients surnaturels que vous ne pourriez l’imaginer – des vampires et garous aux zombies et autres…
Edie essaie seulement d’apprendre les ficelles du métier afin de passer son dernier test indemne. Mais quand un vampire se transforme en poussière devant elle, l’enfer se déchaîne. Maintenant elle est hantée par les derniers mots de cet homme – Sauves Anna – et avant qu’elle le sache, elle se retrouve en mission pour sauver une pauvre fille des non morts. Ce qui veut dire détruire un repaire de vampires, tomber amoureuse d’un zombie et se battre pour son âme. Grey’s Anatomy n’a jamais été comme ça…

Demon Song (Blood Singer, 3) – Cat Adams
Bodyguard Celia Graves has definitely accepted her share of weird assignments, both human and supernatural. But her newest job takes the cake. Guarding a Prince from terrorists and religious fundamentalists is hard enough, but it seems like the entire supernatural world is after this guy too. When she is betrayed by those she is employed to help, and everything goes horribly wrong, Celia wakes to find herself transformed.

Neither human nor vampire, Celia has become an Abomination—something that should not exist—and now both human and supernatural alike want her dead. With the help of a few loyal friends—a sexy mage, a powerful werewolf, and a psychic cop—Celia does her best to stay alive. On the run from her enemies, Celia must try to discover who is behind her transformation…before it’s too late.

Le garde du corps, Celia Craves a définitivement accepté de partager ses étranges assignements, à la fois humains et surnaturels. Mais son nouveau travail est la goutte d’eau en trop. Protéger le Prince des terroristes et des fanatiques religieux est déjà assez compliqué, mais il semble que toute la communauté surnaturelle est après lui aussi. Quand elle est trahie par ceux qu’elle emploie pour l’aider, et que tout tourne mal, Celia se retrouve elle même transformée. 
Ni humaine ni vampire, Celia est devenue une abomination – quelque chose qui ne devrait pas exister – et maintenant les humains et les êtres surnaturels la veulent morte. Avec l’aide de certains amis loyaux – un mage sexy, un puissant loup garou, et un policier psychique – Celia fait de son mieux pour rester en vie. En fuite, Celia doit essayer de découvrir qui est responsable de sa transformation… avant qu’il ne soit trop tard.

La Nécropole des Singes / The Golden One (Amelia Peabody, 14) – Elizabeth Peters

A new year, 1917, is dawning, and the Great War that ravages the world shows no sign of abating. Answering the siren call of Egypt once more, Amelia Peabody and her family arrive at their home in Luxor to learn of a new royal tomb ransacked by thieves. Soon an even more disturbing outrage concerns the intrepid clan of archaeologists: the freshly and savagely slain corpse of a thief defiling the ancient burial site.Yet this is nothing compared with the lethal fate that threatens Ramses. Besieged by the British and defended by formidable Turkish and German forces, the fortified seaport of Gaza guards the gateway to the Holy Land. Answering a call he cannot refuse from British military intelligence, Ramses must journey to this ancient, fabled city to undertake a mission as personal as it is perilous. Death will surely be his lot if he is caught or exposed. Meanwhile, Ramses’s wife, Nefret, guards a secret of her own…

Décembre 1916. La guerre fait rage et la famille Emerson se trouve bloquée en Égypte pour une durée indéterminée, ce qui ne l’empêche pas d’entamer une nouvelle saison de fouilles archéologiques. Une rumeur persistante fait état d’une tombe inconnue, qui recélerait des antiquités d’une grande valeur, dont certaines sont déjà mises en vente au Caire et à Louxor. Alors qu’Amelia et son mari se lancent à sa recherche, ils sont victimes d’agressions répétées. En outre, une incroyable nouvelle leur parvient : leur vieil ennemi Séthos aurait été vu à Constantinople et à Gaza en compagnie de dignitaires turcs. Serait-il passé à l’ennemi ? Les services de renseignement britanniques chargent Ramsès, le fils Emerson, de tirer au clair cette affaire. Mais quel secret dissimule donc la belle Nefret, son épouse ? 

Bloodlines (Demons of Oblivion, 1) – Skyla Dawn Cameron

After three hundred years of unlife, vampire Zara Lain has seemingly done it all, and she’s now making a living as a successful thief-turned-assassin. Her newest assignment seems simple enough–kill the aging leader of the O’Connor Coven and his only heir, and she’ll have another ten million in the bank.But in the dangerous world of the supernatural, few things are ever “simple.”When a massive assault decimates the continent’s population of powerful witches and warlocks, and its orchestrator has vampires being hunted down and captured, Zara realizes the tables have turned and now she’ll be playing the hero. Forced to join with a smart-mouthed fellow vampire, a demonologist who’s also a fan of hers, a recently widowed–and frequently brooding–warlock, and her best friend’s mom, Zara’s grudgingly willing to do what she can to save the day.If only people would stop ruining all her outfits… 

Après 300 ans de non vie, la vampire Zara Lain a tout fait, et elle est à présent une célèbre voleuse devenue assassin. Sa nouvelle assignation semble assez facile – tuer le vieux leader du Couvent O’Connor et son seul héritier, elle aura ensuite 10 millions sur son compte en banque. Mais le mondesurnaturel est dangereux, et peu de choses sont “simples”. Quand une attaque massive décime la population de puissants sorciers et sorcières, et que le responsable fait tout pour que les vampires soient chassés et capturés, Zara réalise que tout a changé et elle doit à présent jouer les héros. Forcée à s’associer avec un vampire renagat, un démonologiste, qui s’avère être un grand fan de sa vie, un sorcier veuf depuis peu – toujours maussade – et la meilleure amie de sa mère, Zara veut tout faire pour sauver la journée.  Si seulement les gens arrêtaient de ruiner ses tenues.

Author’s Interview: Christina Henry

We very happy today to have on the blog the author of the Madeline Black series: Christina Henry! Her Urban Fantasy series counts three books and the last one will be out on February 28th. We would like to thank Christina who agreed to answer to a few questions for us.
How many books do you intend to write for this series?
Right now I am under contract for six books. After that, my editor and I will discuss whether or not the series can go any further. I love this world and these characters so I’d like to write them for a long time!
Does the inspiration for the characters come from people you know?
No, all of my characters come from my own head. I think it gets into dangerous territory when you start basing characters on people you know.
Was it difficult to create the Madeline’s character?
Maddy is easy for me to write. I heard her voice before I saw her, and for me everything flows from the character’s voice. I always knew who she was right from the start.
Who is your favorite character in the series?
Gabriel. He’s my favorite kind of hero – tormented, silent, strong.
Do you have a favorite author? Or book?
My favorite author is probably Jim Butcher. I think he is an amazing writer. My favorite book all-time is “Nobody’s Fool” by Richard Russo.
Do you intend to write another series?
I’ve got a couple of ideas for other series, but I need to find the time to write them!
Which book was easier to write?
Each book has gotten a little easier to write. As you get to know the characters you can better predict how they would respond in certain situations.
Do you need very specific conditions to write? With music? In a coffee shop? Where does the magic happen?
I like to write to music, and I also like to write in coffee shops, but I don’t need anything specific in order to write other than a little bit of time. I’ve written pretty much everywhere and under any circumstance. I think it’s bad if you lock yourself into certain conditions in order to write, because that means if you’re not in your perfect comfort zone you can’t get anything done.  It’s more important to me that I get the words down on the page than it is to have an ideal place/time to write.
Can you a little something about the third book?
At the beginning of the third book, we find out that ghosts are appearing all over Chicago – people whose deaths have not been assigned to the Agency. That means that they are deaths outside of the natural order, and J.B. wants Maddy to find out why. Of course, Maddy’s also got relationship issues with Gabriel – at the end of the last book he became her thrall, and that has definitely made things more difficult. Nothing can ever be easy for Maddy! 
(Because I’m curious) Have you already been to France?
No, but it’s on my wish list!
 Thank you so much for everything.
Thank you for having me on your blog!
I hope you enjoyed this little interview. You can find more information about the series on the author’s website:
You can find my review about the second book here

Interview de l’auteure Christina Henry

Nous sommes heureuses aujourd’hui d’accueillir l’auteure de la série Madeline Black : Christina Henry. Sa série Urban Fantasy compte trois livres et le dernier sort le 28 Février aux USA. Nous voudrions remercier Christina Henry pour avoir accepter de répondre à quelques questions. 

Combien de livres avez-vous l’intention d’écrire pour cette série ?
Pour le moment je suis sous contrat pour six livres. Après ça je discuterai avec mon éditeur pour savoir si la série doit aller plus loin ou pas. J’adore ce monde et ses personnages, j’espère pouvoir les écrire pendant encore longtemps!
Vos personnages sont-ils influencés par des personnes que vous connaissez ?
Non, tous mes personnages viennent de mon imagination. Je pense que c’est aborder un terrain dangereux que de baser certains personnages sur des personnes que l’on connait.
Etait-il difficile de créer le personnage de Madeline ?
Maddy était assez facile à écrire. J’ai entendu sa voix avant même de l’écrire, et pour moi tout vient de la voix de mon personnage. J’ai toujours su qu’elle était bien dès le début.
Qui est votre personnage préféré dans la série ?
Gabriel. Il est tout à fait mon genre de héros – tourmenté, silencieux, fort.
Avez-vous un auteur favori? Un livre ?
Mon auteur favori est sûrement Jim Butcher. Je pense que c’est un écrivain fantastique. Le livre que je préfère entre tous est « Nobody’s Fool » de Richard Russo.
Avez-vous l’intention d’écrire une autre série ?
J’ai plusieurs idées pour de possibles autres séries, mais iI faut que je trouve du temps pour les écrire.
Quel livre a été le plus facile à écrire ?
Chaque livre devient un peu plus facile à écrire. Comme vous commencez à connaitre les personnages, vous pouvez prévoir plus facilement comment ils vont réagir dans certaines conditions.
Avez-vous des conditions spécifiques pour écrire ? Avec de la musique ? Dans un café ? Où la magie nait-elle ?
J’aime écrire avec de la musique, et j’aime aussi écrire dans des cafés, mais je n’ai pas besoin de quelque chose de spécifique pour écrire, il me faut juste un peu de temps. J’ai écrit un peu partout je pense et dans n’importe quelles circonstances. Je pense que c’est mauvais de s’enfermer dans certaines conditions afin de pouvoir écrire. Cela veut dire que si vous n’êtes pas dans une parfaite zone de confort vous ne pouvez rien faire. Ce qui est plus important pour moi c’est de retranscrire mes mots sur la page et non d’avoir un endroit parfait ou du temps pour écrire.
 Pouvez-vous nous dire quelque chose au sujet du troisième tome ?
 Au début du troisième tome, on découvre que des fantômes apparaissent partout dans Chicago – des personnes dont le décès n’a pas été inscrit à l’Agence. Tout cela signifie que ces gens ne sont pas morts de cause naturelle, et J.B. veut que Maddy en découvre la cause. Bien sûr, on aura des réponses quant à la relation entre Maddy et Gabriel – car à la fin du tome précédent il s’est retrouvé sous son emprise, ce qui a rendu les choses vraiment plus difficiles. Rien n’est jamais facile pour Maddy !
(Parce que je suis curieuse) Etes-vous déjà venu en France ?
Non mais c’est quelque chose que j’aimerais beaucoup !
Merci beaucoup pour tout.
Merci à vous de m’avoir invitée sur votre blog.

J’espère que cette petite interview vous aura plu. Vous pouvez trouver plus d’informations sur le site de l’auteure :
Vous pouvez aussi retrouver mon avis du second tome ici.