Review: Midnight Taxi Tango by Daniel José Older

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I was rewarded in securing Midnight Taxi Tango so soon after finishing Half-Resurrection Blues. The second book in the Bone Street Rumba urban fantasy series is a significant step up in terms of characters and plotting. In addition to Carlos Delacruz’ POV, readers have the pleasure of reading the POVs of not one, but two female characters, whose sheer wonderfulness and badassery rendered Carlos the least interesting of the three POVs. (Sorry Carlos.)

Warning: this review will be going into spoilers for the ending of Half-Resurrection Blues.

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Half-Resurrection Blues by Daniel José Older

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I really enjoyed Half-Resurrection Blues, the first book in the new Bone Street Rumba urban fantasy series, in a way I wasn’t expecting to. Similar to Prairie Fire, Half-Resurrection Blues felt so comforting to read, the kind of book about a strong, enmeshed community and group of people always looking out for each other that I could slip into and bask in the shared feelings of love, affection, friendship, brotherhood, and community.

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