The Iron Hunt by Marjorie M. Liu
(Hunter Kiss)

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First in a stunning new urban fantasy series from an author who “NEVER CEASES TO AMAZE.” (BOOKLIST, STARRED REVIEW)

Demon hunter Maxine Kiss wears her armor as tattoos, which unwind from her body to take on forms of their own at night. They stand between her and her enemies, just as Maxine stands between humanity and the demons breaking out from behind the prison veils. It is a life lacking in love, reveling in death, until one moment—and one man— changes everything.

About Marjorie M. Liu

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Marjorie M. Liu is an attorney and New York Times bestselling author of paranormal romances and urban fantasy. In the world of comic books, she is also the writer of NYX: No Way Home, Black Widow, X-23, and Dark Wolverine. She lives in the American Midwest and Beijing, China.
Published June 24, 2008 by Ace. 320 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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For thousands of years, hunter mothers passed the little demons down to their daughters, but Maxine and the boys now have a problem: The veils that act as a prison for demons and other bad creatures are crumbling and when they fall and...well, let’s just say bad things will happen.

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Maxine Kiss, narrator, starts this bizarre novel – the first in a sequence – with the sentence When I was eight, my mother lost me to zombies in a game of one-card draw.

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Fantasy Literature

Liu’s The Iron Hunt, and it’s just about perfect as opening lines go.

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