Women of the Otherworld is the name of a fantasy series by Canadian author Kelley Armstrong. The books feature werewolves, witches, necromancers, sorcerers, and vampires struggling to fit as "normal" in today's world. The series also includes novellas and short stories, published online and one in an anthology. Below is a complete, in-universe chronological list of the series' 64 novels, online work, short stories, novellas and contributions to anthologies, based on the timeline given on Kelley Armstrong's official website.
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Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Bitten by Kelley Armstrong. Tired of a life spent hiding and protecting, a life where her most important job is hunting down rogue werewolves. Tired of a world that not only accepts the worst in her—her temper, her violence—but requires it.
When the Pack leader calls asking for her help fighting a sudden uprising, she only agrees because she owes him. Which is what she wants. Get A Copy. Mass Market Paperback , pages. Published September 7th by Plume Books first published September 21st More Details Original Title. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Bitten , please sign up. How old do you have to be to read this book? Claire Ashton-Briggs i read it when i was 15 and loved it!
Just found out they made a TV show based on this series. Anyone else who's seen it miffed that Clayton doesn't have his southern accent? Farren He doesn't sound much more southern in the book than in the show to me. Just says "darlin'" in both. What I was wondering.. Or maybe I just missed something.
See all 22 questions about Bitten…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Bitten Otherworld, 1. Dec 24, Elle rated it it was ok Shelves: read , dnf , fantasy-and-paranormal. Had any of the characters been even half as cool as this guy I may have keep reading. Or to be more accurate I should say: I may have read it correctly.
Absorbs general gist of things. View all 69 comments. Mar 16, Kat Kennedy rated it it was amazing Shelves: kat-s-book-reviews. How can I write this review without sounding like I'm about to start stalking Kelley Armstrong?
I loved this book. I loved all the characters in it. It was well written, with engaging, interesting characters. The plot was fast moving and interesting. This is what reading should be!
Turning from page to page, absolutely and completely emotionally invested in the characters and feeling like you're right there, How can I write this review without sounding like I'm about to start stalking Kelley Armstrong? Turning from page to page, absolutely and completely emotionally invested in the characters and feeling like you're right there, experiencing things through their eyes, their fingers and their brains even. I think I may actually enjoy it more than the Fever Series - though I don't want to go saying anything I can't take back!
I'm off to read the next books, hoping against hope that this one wasn't a fluke and that they are as well written and incredible as this one was!
If they're not, I think my heart is going to break! View all 39 comments. Shelves: fantasy , reads , werewolves , reads. You know when you don't really expect to like a book based on the fact that you're prejudiced to its contents? For example, thanks to Twilight, I am completely Team Vampire and I'm terribly ashamed at having brought Twilight up, trust me so anything Werewolf-ish automatically sets off some inner resentment.
Knowing this book was about werewolves just made me go 'blegh! I was utterly absorbed by this book You know when you don't really expect to like a book based on the fact that you're prejudiced to its contents? I was utterly absorbed by this book from the first page, completely mesmerised by the characters playing out on the pages before me.
I was mentally crying as I neared the final page, torn between needing to finish and wanting it to last forever and ever. This book is thrilling, entertaining, hilarious it had me in hysterics! Elena is the most amusing narrator I've come across in a long time, whether she means to be or not. Really, even when I wanted to strangle her for stupidity, I loved her. These are those rare types of characters you never want to let go once you've found them.
Honestly, I could ramble for ages but I'm trying to contain myself. Trust me, if you have any doubts about reading this, just push past them and give this book a go. You can't go wrong. View all 11 comments. This might be the best first-in-series I've ever read. I have favorite series, and this is definitely one of them, but most of the time my favorite book in the series is not the first one. This one is. I love Elena. I love Clay. I love their issues, and I love their issues getting resolved even more.
I can't think of a single think about this book that I don't like. He's a friggin This might be the best first-in-series I've ever read.
He's a friggin' HOT werewolf. He has no problem being in a relationship with a strong female. He is the epitome of all things loyal. I'm talking you'd have to kill him to stop him, and he's damn hard to kill. He mates for life. He's a good dad. He's refreshingly forthright. I could go on and on, and on. I love him more than Trent Kalamack.
More than Eric Northman. More than Ricky-bo and Cuffs Alistair. More than Edward and Peeta. Get it? Nov 28, Beth rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: vampire lovers who think the werewolf can't hack it.
Shelves: , werewolves , urban-fantasy , five-star-reads , i-reviewed-this-bad-boy , tnbbc-winter , infidelity , canada. A lot of authors tend to rely on supernatural abilities to make their fantasy and paranormal characters more appealing to us foolish mortals who seek our escapes amongst their pages.
Book Review: Bitten (Women of the Otherworld #1)
Women of the Otherworld
Bitten (Women of the Otherworld #1)