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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Book review: “Greywalker” by Kat Richardson – Book Trolley
I couldn’t tell you what, exactly, Richardson was trying to do with this book, but I can assure she failed. Sutton rated it liked it.
Yes, yes, I know, I love dogs too It says in her bio that she’s a recent transplant from CA and I think maybe she just hasn’t plugged into the culture all the way yet. It seems like Men are from Noir and Women are from Romance.
I prefer the story forcing itself on the characters and see them react to it. 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 and Quinton will need all the help they can get to avert a necromantic cataclysm that could lay waste to Europe and drag the rest of the world to the brink of war.
I admit I will be waiting for her next book. Apr 12, Bry rated it it was ok Shelves: That ability does move the plot along, but it would have seemed more likely had she glad handed a few folks. Ten Brand-New Collaborative Stories. There’s also a disconnect in how The Grey is portrayed vis-a-vis reality.
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Treywalker Reprint edition June 2, Language: So here is my dilemma – do find the next book considering this was a charity show give away and risk wanting to slap her again or do I walk away and thinking not bad with some good ideas, ok whats next! Jan 08, Cathy rated it it was ok Shelves: And maybe Harper becoming a Greywalker wasn’t such a random act?
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. It’s a stereotype, true, but a pretty accurate one for the types of people in the richaddson of town in which everything in the story happens.
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I can’t say if that was entirely intentional on the author’s part, but I have noticed several richardsno names doing something quite similar, and having a lot of success with it. She has harsh situations as well as humor along with a bit of romance hovering about the edges. Upon occasion she goes a bit overboard and dips into strangely clausal sentences, but for the most part her prose and vocabulary have a geywalker and entertaining flair.
She has little problem with the idea that there’s a whole world existing as an alternate dimension parallel to our own, even though that’s the kind of information that would put most folks in a padded room right next to the Joker. Vanished Greywalker, 4 3. The worldbuilding is the only slight positive I can find in this book. I mean, there is a version of that dialog almost word by word in chapter 28!!
Charlaine Harris et al. It’s very hard to write a helpful review of Graywalker. And Vickie and Jill are the ones I remember because they weren’t as bad as many. Oh, yes, those kinds of things are sometimes child welfare and safety hazards. So much so that I wanted to 4 Stars Greywalker by Kat Richardson is a fun and richaedson start to another cool urban fantasy series. This is not he Harper Blaine is a PI who in the first few pages greyaalker this book gets attacked and badly beaten.
I kind of expected it to get a little easier for her by the end of the book. As if I could actually step right into the world Richardson has created. Good for atmosphere, bit vague for specifics. Seawitch by Kat Richardson. Bearing in mind she was a private investigator, you’d think she would have bothered to investigate the person who attempted to run her down or break into her office or trash her house