About Kat Richardson: Bestselling author of the Greywalker paranormal detective novels. Former theater brat, singer, dancer, gemology and. Greywalker (October , ISBN X); Poltergeist (August , ISBN ); Underground (August. Author Kat Richardson’s complete list of books and series in order, with the latest releases, covers, descriptions and availability. Series. Greywalker 1.
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I mean all the time. Rather than “I can’t believe it” we get “I don’t wanna.
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Quinton is definitely useful but a mystery. Grigori Sergeyev is another other client with some very destructive potential. I like Harper somehow, but I’m only mildly curious to find out what happens. Her missing-persons case turns into an emotional reunion in which a troubled college kid comes out to his mother—as a vampire. Luckily, I kept reading the series and Butcher’s writing style improved exponentially over the next few books facing Harry with real dilemmas. I think it’s her California transplant showing.
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.
It was nice to see ricahrdson cases weave together, in that there was no plot-related reason to think they were connected, but Harper uses information from both to connect them.
First, I’m a little tired of the protagonist having to be just a little more special than everyone else. If it walks like a duck Harper dies for a short period of time after being revived by medical intervention.
But the killer is no mere murderer—it is a creature of ancient legend. I couldn’t tell you what, greywxlker, Richardson was trying to do with this book, but I can assure she failed.
If she can’t make Harper more accepting of her new reality and able to deal with it the way she deals with the entire rest of her life then the series isn’t going to get much traction.
As if I could actually step right into the world Richardson has created. Greywalker 9 books by Kat Richardson Goodreads Author. It’s simply an author showing us the magic of her writing style, and I loved it.
The second half of the book became more and more complicated, with Harper constantly being sucked dry. Richardson does have a flavourful take on it, and her version of the spirit world accompanies her prose in an effective, descriptive way. Its premise sounded exciting, but it didn’t deliver for gdeywalker. Getting that information expressly in lectures and monologues greywalkrr than having the lead experience it herself is more often than not a missed opportunity.
The premise is interesting, the plot moves in a mistly forward direction, but it just didnt execute very well.
I wonder if all of her clients now will be connected to the Grey. Richardson throws richardeon a atypical heroine as our protagonist and it really works. She also refers to the Bon Marche which went out of greuwalker in Second, there’s a line between a skeptic and just plain stupid. But all the other urban fantasy books are doing it so it’s not fair to single out Kat Richardson. Open Preview See a Problem?
The toughest case yet for Greywalker Harper Blain… More. Apparently unwilling to disclose her age, and therefore her birthdate, it is difficult to say exactly how old Kat Richardson is; but this cannot be an important factor in her eyes, which must be the motivation for doing so.
Safeco Field was named in June of but is only referred to as “the new baseball stadium” in the book twice. Richardson captured several elements of that sequence that are apt for a female leading character in particular, getting her hair caught in the elevator that might not occur to a male writer. It was all a bit wishy-washy and coincidental to keep my disbelief suspended.
Greywalker (Greywalker, #1) by Kat Richardson
Jul 28, Nicole rated it liked it Recommends it for: Greywalker by Kat Richardson. I liked the primise of this book and I greywalkeg the characters, but the book was a little slow in places.
So any normal person, even one who believes these things do exist which Harper didn’t would still express some amount of surprise to learn for sure that the creatures live alongside them. Jul 10, Angie rated it liked it Shelves: It’s not easy to imagine someone typing in a cool laptop and then printing their work on fanfold.
Share your thoughts with other customers. Richardson signing her first book, Greywalkerat Bouchercon. Eight years later I finally read it. Ten Brand-New Collaborative Stories. That ability does move the plot along, but it would have seemed more likely had she glad handed a few folks. There kaat a romance but it feels unnecessary to the plot. I’m talking head chopping, mouth stuffed with garlic, burned up at sunrise.