Greywalker (Greywalker, #1)

Greywalker (Greywalker, #1) When Harper Comes To In The Hospital, She Begins To Feel A Bit Strange She Sees Things That Can Only Be Described As Weird Shapes Emerging From A Foggy Grey Mist, Snarling Teeth, Creatures Roaring.But Harper S Not Crazy Her Death Has Made Her A Greywalker Able To Move Between Our World And The Mysterious, Cross Over Zone Where Things That Go Bump In The Night Exist And Her New Gift Or Curse Is About To Drag Her Into That World Of Vampires And Ghosts, Magic And Witches, Necromancers And Sinister Artifacts Whether She Likes It Or Not. 2.5 stars rounded up to three because it s Seattle and you know it s Seattle even though it s only a small area of Seattle I can say Seattle a fewtimes if you d like This series has a lot of potential I think this is a good start but it s still rough Something about the book was off and I can t tell you exactly what For one thing, even though this was published in 2006, it feltlike it was written in 1995, specifically around technology She s a PI but uses a pager and doesn t 2.5 stars rounded up to three because it s Seattle and you know it s Seattle even though it s only a small area of Seattle I can say Seattle a fewtimes if you d like This series has a lot of potential I think this is a good start but it s still rough Something about the book was off and I can t tell you exactly what For one thing, even though this was published in 2006, it feltlike it was written in 1995, specifically around te
After a near death experience, private investigator, Harper Blaine, gains the ability to see and travel in the grey, that intermediate zone between our reality and the reality of the supernatural I liked the premise however, not everything worked as well it could or sh
I picked this up after reading the short story by Kat Richardson in Mean Streets, which also featured Ms Blaine First off, it s nice to see a female paranormal detective character whose actual cases seem to haveweight than her love life Normally there seems to be a strict gender divide in these things men like Harry Dresden and John Taylor occasionally have girlfriends and occasionally have horrible luck with women , but generally that s not a major focus of the books attention Fem I picked this up after reading the short story by Kat Richardson in Mean Streets, which also featured Ms Blaine First off, it s nice to see a female paranormal detective character whose actual cases seem to haveweight than her love life Normally there seems to be a strict gender divide in these things men like Harry Dresden and John Taylor occasionally have girlfriends and occasionally have horrible luck with women , but generally that s not a major focus of the books attention Female urban fantasy detective types, like Vickie Nelson or Jill Kismet, tend to meet some hottie on a case in their first book and then most of the time the two are in the same room we switch modes so quickly I can hear the brakes squeal And Vickie and Jill are the ones I remember because they weren t as bad
It s very hard to write a helpful review of Graywalker It simply didn t leave any kind of impression on me good or bad The first half was farinteresting than the second It had the tone of a hardboiled detective novel and it was quite refreshing, so I wasthan a little disappointed when it all went straight to hell in the other half Harper Blaine is a good, strong character, but some of her choices weren t quite clear to me, and the love story well, lust story, to be precise wa It s very hard to write a helpful review of Graywalker It simply didn t leave any kind of impression on me good or bad The first half was farinteresting than the second It had the tone of a hardboiled detective novel and it was quite refreshing, so I wasthan a little disappointed when it all went straight to hell in the other half Harper Blaine is a good, strong character, but some of her choices weren t quite clear to me, and the love story well, lust story, to be
Following the resounding success of my Locus Quest, I faced a dilemma which reading list to follow it up with Variety is the spice of life, so I ve decided to diversify and pursue six different lists simultaneously This book falls into my FINISHING THE SERIES list.I loves me a good series But I m terrible for starting a new series before finishing my last so this reading list is all about trying to close out those series I ve got on the go.2.5 rounded up to
This was a Vaginal Fantasy pick from Bonnie I enjoyed the book, although I hear the subsequent installments really exceed the quality of 1, so I m excited to go deeper into the series Nothing 100% innovative
2.5 stars, rounded up because the series has potential I hope I enjoyed the first half ofGreywalker than the second I think the author is getting her head around the paranormal world The Grey she creates through the first half and hasn t quite gotten a handle on getting the rest of us into this world I have high hopes for the next book but still think this is a worthy read.The opening scene is one of the truest descriptions of a violent encounter that I ve read in a 2.5 stars, rounded up because the series has potential I hope I enjoyed the first half ofGreywalker than the second I think the author is getting her head around the paranormal world The Grey she creates through the first half and hasn t quite gotten a handle on getting the rest of us into this world I have high hopes for the next book but still think this is a worthy read.The opening scene is one of the truest descriptions of a violent encounter that I ve read in a very long time and is what sold me on the read Harper Blaine is getting the bejeezus beaten out of her by a large, enraged man she s dealing with as part of her PI work It s terrifyingly vivid and the accuracy with which Richardson depicts a fistfight is admirable, as is her depiction of the amount of damage such an assault can cause to the human body It s grim and frighten
Supernatural fiction is on the rise Unfortunately in literature, a rising tide lifts all boats, even those of less than stellar construction Greywalker is an ok premise with faulty execution The pacing is off, the story jumps around like a 9 year old on a sugar high And it s set in Seattle which would ordinarily be great, except that even as someone who lives in Seattle, I can tell you that this is one vast injoke of locations and happenings that people outside Seattle won t enjoy.Characte Supernatural fiction is on the rise Unfortunately in literature, a rising
Harper Blaine is a private investigator In the first few pages she is brutally attacked by a man she was tracking down for a client After she leaves the hospital, Harper begins to see strange shapes and disorienting mists all around her Thinking she is experiencing the lingering effects of head trauma she returns to the hospital Once there, he
Overall, a pretty good book Richardson definitely knows her way around a well crafted sentence and a well imagined world But definitely, progressively, weird and dark.I like Harper for the most part she s complex and not a cliche Aspects of the story reminded me of the Harry Dresden novels, although Harper is not nearly the smart alec Harry is A littlehumour would ve been nice Harper is the first character I ve ever seen with a pet ferret, and that added a few moments of much needed Overall, a pretty good book Richardson definitely knows her way around a well crafte

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  • Paperback
  • 341 pages
  • Greywalker (Greywalker, #1)
  • Kat Richardson
  • English
  • 15 March 2017
  • 074993896X