Cobalt City Dark Carnival #2020

Cobalt City Dark Carnival By Nathan Crowder Minerva Zimmerman Erik Scott de Bie Rosemary Jones Matt Adams Charlie Kenmore Catherine Warren Andrew Warren Cobalt City Dark Carnival Once a generation the carnival rolls into Cobalt City With faded canvas and chips in the garish paint of the attractions it could be like any other struggling traveling circus But it isn t The Carniv
  • Title: Cobalt City Dark Carnival
  • Author: Nathan Crowder Minerva Zimmerman Erik Scott de Bie Rosemary Jones Matt Adams Charlie Kenmore Catherine Warren Andrew Warren
  • ISBN: 9780983098768
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cobalt City Dark Carnival By Nathan Crowder Minerva Zimmerman Erik Scott de Bie Rosemary Jones Matt Adams Charlie Kenmore Catherine Warren Andrew Warren Once a generation the carnival rolls into Cobalt City With faded canvas and chips in the garish paint of the attractions, it could be like any other struggling traveling circus.But it isn t The Carnival de Pomme D or has been around for centuries And when it comes through Cobalt City bad things happen vanishings, murders, inexplicable robberies, a rash of murder suicidOnce a generation the carnival rolls into Cobalt City With faded canvas and chips in the garish paint of the attractions, it could be like any other struggling traveling circus.But it isn t The Carnival de Pomme D or has been around for centuries And when it comes through Cobalt City bad things happen vanishings, murders, inexplicable robberies, a rash of murder suicides, and a mounting sense of urgency and danger.The heroes of the city have been unable to destroy the carnival before, but those who have witnessed its coming in previous generations can not deny its power Before the big top rolls out of town, heroes will fall, villains will rise, and Cobalt City will be changed, perhaps forever
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    1. After winning this book as a giveaway, I was very excited to begin reading it immediately Dark Carnival did not disappoint.I loved the creepy undercurrent of Carnival Pomme D or, and the Cobalt City heroes portrayed were wonderful The stories are very creative, well written, and blend together nicely throughout the book I highly recommend Dark Carnival It is a very entertaining read.You ll never see a carnival in your town again, and be able to quite view it with the same perspective What IS act [...]


    2. Eleven good stories in the Cobalt City shared universe, some of them exceptional Editing lapses occasionally drove me out of what I was reading, but they were infrequent enough as to not be too bothersome I m happy to be friends with a few of the authors, as they are the ones that let me know this existed I m looking forward to reading .







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