The Women of the Otherworld Series

Otherworld Chills

Final Tales of the Otherworld

Publisher: Vintage Canada
The fifth and final collection of stories--including an original novella exclusive to this book--featuring the fascinating werewolves, witches, necromancers, angels and demons of Kelley Armstrong's internationally bestselling Women of the Otherworld series. A must-have for fans!


Nobody has done paranormal suspense as brilliantly as Canada's own Kelley Armstrong in her Globe and Mail and New York Times bestselling Women of the Otherworld Series. Through thirteen novels, starting with Bitten (which inspired a hit TV series) and ending with 13, the suspense never let up, and fans were thrilled by kick-ass heroines like Elena and Savannah, deft plotting, unfolding love stories, great sex, clever wit and dark and imaginative twists and turns. This final collection of stories featuring the characters so many fans have come to love completes several important storylines at the same time as it delivers on Kelley Armstrong's trademark inventiveness and talent for adventure.

PRAISE FOR

This collection of urban fantasy paranormal stories has a great mixture of themes and lengths for every taste. I love the chance to get another view of the exotic characters who have had such key roles, and I imagine that even those who haven’t read the prior stories that are the bedrock for this compelling series will enjoy the opportunity . . . I really hope to see all of these beings in future stories.” —Night Owl Paranormal

“[A]n enjoyable fresh read.” —A Book Obsession

“I liked seeing one last glimpses into these characters’ lives.” —All Things Urban Fantasy

“Kelley Armstrong’s best-selling fantasy Otherworld series has kept me entertained since . . . 2001. Intensely entertaining, Armstrong introduced us to a world that blended the supernatural and mundane perfectly, giving us strong heroines and heroes and action-packed, suspenseful, multi-narrated storylines. . . . Well-plotted and filled with plenty of action, adventure and humor. . . . Otherworld Chills offers readers a little of everything while wrapping up existing open storylines. . . . [T]he collection as a whole is an enjoyable read sure to delight fans of this fantasy-inspired world.” —Smexy Books

Otherworld Chills . . . is great to have in print. If you’re a fan, you won’t want to miss it!” —Under the Covers

Otherworld Chills is a fitting end to a wonderful series.” —Fresh Fiction

“[F]ans of the Otherworld series will be pleased with this final look at the characters and will end up wishing for more, just like I did. Now forgive me while I reread the series.” —Writers, After Dark


PRAISE FOR KELLEY ARMSTRONG:

“To my mind Kelley Armstrong is one of the purest storytellers Canada has produced in a long while. Her Otherworld saga of 12 books spun a complicated paranormal web featuring unforgettable characters contending with blazing sexual tension and deep primal fears, while her young adult fare mined similar territory for teens.” —Sarah Weinman, National Post
 
“Nobody co-mingles genres like . . . Kelley Armstrong. A bushel of fantasy, a peck of crime, a dash of romance, and you have a recipe for a bestseller.” —The Globe and Mail

“Armstrong is a talented and evocative writer who knows well how to balance the elements of good, suspenseful fiction, and her stories evoke poignancy, action, humour and suspense.” —The Globe and Mail

“Armstrong has created a persuasive, finely detailed otherworldly cosmology—featuring sorcery, astral projection, spells, telepathy and teleportation—that meshes perfectly with the more humdrum world of interstate highways and cable news bulletins.” —Quill & Quire

“Mesmerizing . . . the ‘other-worldly’ atmosphere conjured up by Armstrong begins to seem strangely real. Armstrong is a talented and original writer whose inventiveness and sense of the bizarre is arresting.” —London Free Press
 
“Long before American author Stephenie Meyer came on the scene—four years before, to be precise—Canadian fantasy novelist Kelley Armstrong began paving the way with Women of the Otherworld.” —Winnipeg Free Press