Cannibal Hearts (The Book Of Lost Doors, #2)



Cannibal Hearts (The Book Of Lost Doors, #2) Cannibal Hearts Is The Sequel To Misha Burnett S First Novel, Catskinner S Book A Year Ago James Ozryck Was A Loner, Forced To Keep The World At Bay By The Alien Entity He Calls Catskinner Who Shares His Body Now He Has Found A Community Of Others Whose Lives Have Been Changed By The Outsiders Along With Godiva, His Half Human Lover, James Runs A Property Management Company That Serves As A Front Company For Outsider Activities When The Pair S Mysterious Boss, Agony Delapour Suddenly Shows Up In Town With A New Project, However, Things Gets Dangerous Fast As Events Unfold That Threaten The Life That They Have Made.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 324 pages
  • Cannibal Hearts (The Book Of Lost Doors, #2)
  • Misha Burnett
  • English
  • 16 May 2017
  • 1492262870

10 thoughts on “Cannibal Hearts (The Book Of Lost Doors, #2)

  1. Linda Hill says:

    I really can t say enough good things about Mr Burnett s style Cannibal Hearts is every bit as thrilling as its predecessor, Catskinner s Book Once again, the author s original concepts impress and delight as the horrors abound His attention to detail and the depth of his characters James and his mostly non human friends as they exist undetected for what they are in the real world continue to ensure a read that I couldn t wait to get my hands on every time I had a spare moment to myself.Ha I really can t say enough good things about Mr Burnett s style Cannibal Hearts is every bit as thrilling as its predecessor, Catskinner s Book Once again, the author s original concepts impress and delight as the horrors abound His attention to detail and the depth of his characters James and his mostly non human friends as they exist undetected for what they are in the rea...

  2. Lisa says:

    I liked this book, but not as much as book 1 Why Because Catskinner, my favorite character, is getting pushed out of the scene as James learns to have a lifewith other people It s a fair piece of character growth, but without Catskinner splitting face time I am just less interested view spoiler And then Burnett killed it for me by sending Godiva away in the end I looked at...

  3. Grant Richter says:

    I absolutely love this book so far I liked the first book in the series well enough 3 stars James Catskinner is a fun character, and I liked Godiva and Agony as well, but the first book just seemed to kind of meander about from one random disaster after another, with what felt like kind of an anticlimactic ending at the time Cannibal Hearts makes it clear, though, that the ending of Catskinner s Book was just setting things up for the wider picture displayed in this episode I loved the add I absolutely love this book so far I liked the first book in the series well enough 3 stars James Catskinner is a fun character, and I liked Godiva and Agony as well, but the first book just seemed to kind of meander about from one random disaster after another, with what felt like kind of an anticlimactic ending at the time Cannibal Hearts makes it clear, though, that the ending of Catskinner s Book was just setting things up for the wider picture displayed in this episode I loved the addition of Exquisite and the rest of the acolytes of the path of thorns, and I m glad Burnett clarified some questions I had about what Godiva was before her transformation Can t put the book down I m sure I ll be finished with it in the next day or two update Finished...

  4. Michelle Proulx says:

    Despite its admittedly dark and gritty nature, I had a lot of fun reading this book It s a great sequel to Burnett s first novel, Catskinner s Book, and I especially liked that all the characters I enjoyed in the first book made their way into the second book One of my personal favorites is the red vixen, Miss Agony Delapour, who played a minor and terrifying role in the first book, but happily gets muchscreen time in the sequel.One theme I really like that runs through the series is tha Despite its admittedly dark and gritty nature, I had a lot of fun reading this book It s a great sequel to Burnett s first novel, Catskinner s Book, and I especially liked that all the characters I enjoyed in the first book made th...

  5. S.K. Nicholls says:

    Of course, after being so very delighted with Burnett s Catskinner s Book, I had to read this one right away I was initially mildly disappointed that Catskinner s role seemed to take a back seat to James , though I still found the story line most intriguing It seemed that James, as narrator, ruminatedin this book There was less of the dialogue between him and Catskinner and less of the quick paced action that I had enjoyed so much in the previous book.As the story progressed, again, Bur Of course, after being so very delighted with Burnett s Catskinner s Book, I had t...

  6. Jennifer says:

    Misha has done it again left me hanging at the end of this book ensuring that I read his next work about otherworldly monstors who may live next door to us, work with us, wait on us at a local store, or be lurking in the shadows to lure us to some sinister end New characters come alive and old ones that we thought we knew disappoint, but they all came together to make this book a fast and intriguing read, even though it s over 300 pages The author has come such a long way since his f Misha has done it again left me hanging at the end of this book ensuring that I read his next work about otherworldly monstors who may live next door to us, work with us, wait on us at a local store, or be lurking in the shadows to lure us to some sinister end New characters come alive and old ones that we thought we knew disappoint, but they...

  7. Will says:

    Also liked it It s a slow book Catskinner takes a backseat for most of it, and there s a long slow build up showing the life that James has built up for himself.There s still frustratingly little development of girlfriend Gloria why did she make the choices she made Why is she hanging out with James How is she that smart and Agony takes a distinct turn from Big Bad to bitchy diva queen, but you can t have everything.One does get the sneaking feeling that James is less of a person than Cat Also liked it It s a slow book Catskinner takes a backseat for most of it, and there s a long slow build up showing the life that James has built up for himself.There s still frustratingly little development of girlfriend Gloria why did she make the choices she made Why is she hanging out with James How is she that smart and Agony takes a distinct turn from Big Bad to bitchy diva queen, but you can t have everything.One does get the snea...

  8. Pamela Beckford says:

    I actually listened to this book I had seen a blog post by the author saying how fortunate he felt to have this particular narrator I have to agree The narrator was great This book is the second one in a series I had read the first book, but I m not convinced that this could stand alone without reading the first book The imagination of the author amazes me The paranormal fantasy creatures and what they can do is clever Some of the sentence structures bothered me Many short, choppy sente I actually listened to this book I had seen a blog post by the author saying how fortunate h...

  9. Debbie says:

    As Misha is fond of saying it s very hard to properly describe his books and the unique world he has created within them In Catskinner s Book we were introduced to James and the monster that lives within him Catskinner We learn that the world is not at all how we imagined That there are others among us passing themselves as human, barely.In Cannibal Hearts we delve far deeper into this dark world There are moments of extreme violence that may not appeal to all, but also wonderful humor a As Misha is fond of saying it s very hard to properly describe his books and the unique world he has created within them In Catskinner s Book we were introduced to James and the monster that lives within him Catskinner We learn th...

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