Kitty Saves the World: the final novel in the New York Times bestselling Kitty Norville series by Carrie Vaughn
It's all come down to this, following the discoveries made by Cormac in Low Midnight, Kitty and her allies are ready to strike. But, when their assassination attempt on the evil vampire Dux Bellorum fails, Kitty finds herself running out of time. The elusive vampire lord has begun his apocalyptic end game, and Kitty still doesn't know where he will strike.
Meanwhile, pressure mounts in Denver as Kitty and her pack begin to experience the true reach of Dux Bellorum's cult. Outnumbered and outgunned at every turn, the stakes have never been higher for Kitty. She will have to call on allies both old and new in order to save not just her family and friends, but the rest of the world as well.
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In this climactic 14th and final entry (after Low Midnight) in the saga of Kitty Norville, a werewolf and radio talk show host, Vaughn brings her characters together for a showdown that's solid but not spectacular. Kitty's archenemy, the vampire Roman, is ready to trigger his apocalyptic plan, and only Kitty and her ragtag band of allies can hope to thwart him. But as the two sides move and countermove, it becomes clear that unexpected players are influencing the conflict, changing the rules in strange new ways. Vaughn pulls together a number of ongoing story threads to wrap things up in a fairly neat package; while it's not the end of Kitty's universe, there is a satisfying sense of finality. The stakes are high, the action is fierce, and the peculiar core concept of a werewolf with a talk show miraculously continues to work. Longtime readers will enjoy the sense of payoff especially when certain characters meet much-deserved fates and others get their happy-for-nows and they'll be eager to see where Vaughn goes next.
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The Finale: Kitty Saves the World
Sometimes when a series comes to an end the reader/fan feels at a great loss. I can honestly say that this is one time when I feel a great satisfaction with the finally. Kitty was one of the very first series I began when I fell in love with Urban Fantasy. It's wonderfulness has held up through out the series. Ms. Vaughn did a fantastic job with tying all of the loose ends and threads together to conclude this wonderful series. All questions were answered in a satisfying method and while I would love to see more of Kitty and her world, I can rest easy with this finale. If I ever need a Kitty fix, all I need to do is reread. You cannot go wrong with this series all the way to the end.