October Daye series – Seanan McGuire


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The “October Daye” series is the first and longest running series by Seanan McGuire.

October Daye (Toby) is a changeling – half fae and half human. Having to adopt to both worlds and survive presents some real problems. In this series we follow Toby as she finds out exactly who and what she is.

This is one of the very best urban fantasy series around. Right away Toby and her universe becomes real – and you cannot wait to follow her development and antics.

Be aware that the first couple of books in the series (Seanan McGuire’s first books)  shows her developing as a writer, but around book three and onwards her skills as a writer and storyteller has reached an awesome level.

Toby, her friends, the world and the stories are so alive that I dare you not to love this series.

October Daye:

  1. Rosemary and Rue
  2. A Local Habitation
  3. An Artificial Night
  4. Late Eclipses
  5. One Salt Sea
  6. Ashes of Honor
  7. Chimes at Midnight
  8. The Winter Long
  9. A Red-Rose Chain
  10. Once broken Faith
  11. The Brightest Fell
  12. Night and Silence
  13. The Unkindest Tide

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Once Broken Faith – Seanan McGuire

Chris McGrath

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“Once Broken Faith” by Seanan McGuire is the tenth in her October Daye (Toby) series. This series is a must read, if you like Urban Fantasy.

The book fully (and then some) lives up to the level of the previous books in the series. Toby of course faces new problems and situations, she can only solve, if she keeps developing. Luckily for us she does just that, but still remains the Toby we love.

As an extra bonus the book includes an original Arden Windermere novella.

To avoid spoilers for those who have not yet read the other books in the series, I cannot tell you much more but urge you to start reading this series. Click the tag at the bottom to find out titles and order of publication.