A contemporary fantasy classic.Publishers Weekly
Guitarist Eddi McCandry has just dumped her boyfriend and their band when she finds herself running through the Minneapolis night, pursued by a sinister man and a huge, terrifying dog. As she soon discovers, the two creatures are one and the same: a phouka, a faerie being who has chosen Eddi to be the mortal pawn in the age-old war between the Seelie and Unseelie Courts. Eddi isn't interested--but she doesn't have a choice. For more than her own survival is at stake. To save the city--and the man--that she loves, Eddi must face off against the Dark Queen of the Unseelie Court in the ultimate duel of music and magic.
Emma Bull is really good.Neil Gaiman
One of the most engaging fantasies Ive read in a long time.Minneapolis Star-Tribune
Knifes through the fantasy genre like a sharp blade of wind.Charles de Lintshow more