Kat Richardson’s enormously popular Greywalker paranormal investigations series is now a fixture on the New York Times bestseller list. In her fourth adventure, Seattle PI Harper Blaine delves into her own past and makes some shocking discoveries.
It seems that before her father committed suicide, he had witnessed some bizarre supernatural events. With barely any time to process this new info, Harper is pressured by a group of vampires into an investigation in London—where old foes and more revelations await.
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The title is a bit misleading … if I were to pick a similar title name I would call it Revealed or Unearthed. The fourth book in the Greywalker series reveals many things about Harper’s past and many things about why and how she become a Greywalker. Also some interesting plot lines brought up in the first book and practically dropped for the next two are finally brought up again and more is revealed.
Also I’ve found that the grey is becoming normal, as normal as any paranormal thing can be. I am no longer confused by the oddities of the grey, and find that it makes sense.
Finally, Harper gets to explore other parts of the world beside Seattle. She visits London! Full of great history and lots of paranormal activity in the grey!
Also I had no problem with the narration. I think that Mia Barron does a great job!
I've listened to all of the books in this series, and don't recall the narration being so annoying in the others. In this one, it doesn't sound like the narrator is telling you a story; it's more like she's doing a really stilted audition monologue. She takes significant pauses after every comma and emphasizes the last word of every phrase. I'm only part of the way through the book, so I can't comment on the story - although I'm sure it's fine, as were the other three - but the narration is driving me nuts.
Yes - but not as an audiobook
not speak in a false "spooky" slow mock-creeper voice for every character that wasn't the main one or making a 18 year old boy sound like a spoiled 6 year old.
No - it set me on edge listening to many of the characterizations
Better read than listened to.
ABOUT THE MIDDLE.
I LIKE THE CHARACTERS,AND THE STORY LINE
GOOD READER, SPEAKER AND GIVES THE STORY ALITTLE EXTRA SPARK TO THE CHARACTERS. KEEPS IT INTERESTING
ALITTLE LONG FOR ME FOR ONE SITTING I HAVE TO GET UP AND MOVE AROUND FOR AWHILE ITTHEN COME BACK TO
Son of Sam I Am
Others have written good summaries but as a reminder to myself, I liked it.
No. I have followed the series from Greywalker on and this one did me in. I am going to try not to give spoilers, which leaves me very little I can state my case with, but I can say that Harpers personality is a bit much in this particular book. The first three in the series are really good I recomend them, but this one just seemed to get out of the authors hands.
A different ending?
Anger, a beautiful edge of your seat set-up and then a massive let down.
The narrator was excellent, and in fact the only way I have ever been able to get through these books were as audiobooks, the narrator made the series that much for me.
Shockingly bad accents and mispronunciation from a professional narrator. Really off putting, particularly the English accents.
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