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Personally, I found the love interest more obligatory than anything else. Though, she returns from this experience with a noticeably new ability to recognise witches and vampires, ghouls and ghosts, while at the same time being able to perceive various other features of the supernatural world.
I think this is a good start but it’s still rough. Sure, I like some in the Harper series better than others, but there’s never been one that hasn’t sucked me in to Harper’s dark, noirish world and compelled me ridhardson read until the end. Her descriptions of Pioneer Square were really good, though also a little off, like she drove through it a couple of times rather than being personally familiar with it.
The book also introduced a lot of supernatural beasties at once. This book was just one big bag of meh.
Greywalker (Greywalker, #1) by Kat Richardson
One in which the creatures of nightmare and fairy tale drift along beside the living. For greywalekr most part, they interact smoothly, though on occasion the transition is a bit jarring. The tone of the book is hard-boiled private detective which is another point in its favor. Still it really was quite an enjoyable read and I’ll definitely read the rest of the series Tall, white haired and a knowledge of antiques doesn’t really set my panties on fire, but I guess that may be why I prefer boxers.
But at other times, we see her literally gutwrenching, skincrawling reactions in Technicolor. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Characterization is a bit weak, too – we’re introduced to neat characters like a locksmith with an eye on the supernatural, but get no depth on him.
And the Seattle of Greywalker is a dark, wet, teeming character, and you can tell Kat Richardson knows her way around the place and loves it for all its dark, wet, teemingness.
The grey richardsoon ghosties, vamps, warewolves, etc — the usual bunch. May 21, Anne rated it liked it Shelves: I think this series has a lot of promise and I will certainly read the next book in the series.
Richadson Actionable Analytics for the Web. If you like urban fantasy, you will love this book! Such as the Danzigers, who are a married couple and their new baby. Harper Blaine does, in fact, know things. You cannot help but immerse yourself in the events unfolding before your very eyes.
That section read as either very rushed or a pat, obligatory interaction meant to tick the “Refusal richardosn the Call” box for the Monomyth.
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I remember having this problem with the early Dresden’s books rlchardson Harry, great character as he is, used to choose the worst possible option out of maybe for or five of them and then complain all the while about why this or that was happening to him.
I do have a few concerns though.
I cannot think of anything that should have been done differently, but the main character annoyed me to no end. The heroine, Harper Blaine, is a very likable character who draws you into the story. Other than vampires, where this book stands out is in Ms. It also gave a better sense of ‘this person has a real job’, and doesn’t just get weird cases dumped on her doorstep one at a time by the Paranormal Fairy. Languages Deutsch Edit links. There’s also an interesting enough love interest to spice things up, but is not the focus of the book.
I really enjoyed it. I did really, truly, try to get through this.
What I appreciated is that Harper is a skeptic, but she can’t live in her denial. She is married and richardzon in SeattleWashington, and is an advocate of California Ferret Legalization.
It’s not bad, it’s just not good enough to pay trade paperback prices on. She has little problem with the idea that there’s a greywalkerr world existing as an alternate dimension parallel to rifhardson own, even though that’s the kind of information that would put most folks in a padded room right next to the Joker.
It made no sense. A comparison to Hammett or Chandler is high praise–but not unwarranted. They educate Harper on the Grey, “a place between our Synopsis: AKA endless denial that is beyond painful to sit through. Seawitch by Kat Richardson.