Kat Richardson’s New York Times best-selling Greywalker novels star one of the genre’s most fascinating—and fan-favorite—heroines: PI Harper Blaine. In her sixth adventure, Harper travels to the Olympic Peninsula for a pre-trial investigation. There she meets the spirit of a man who claims he was murdered. Harper’s search for answers leads her to a resort the locals call Blood Lake. A malevolent power lurks beneath its frosty waters along with a cadre of other hellish beings—all being controlled by a group of sinister mages. Soon Harper is risking her life to prevent them from continuing their dark plans.
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I am a voracious reader (average about 4-5 Audible books a week, in addition to those I "eyeball".) I have been hooked on recorded books since the time of cassettes/CDs and was thrilled when I became an Audible member in 2007. I find reader reviews good guides to spending my credits, so have finally decided to write a few (although, I would rather be reading!)
I especially liked the remote setting full of quirky characters and mystery. Most of the book is minus the usual secondary characters (except for Chaos, the ferret, and Quentin, the geeky love interest, who is secure enough to let Harper do all the a** kicking.) Anyone who has enjoyed the previous entries in this series should enjoy this one. Would have liked a bit more juxtaposition from the last book to this one, but still an enjoyable read.
Issues with my player led to a return.
Male voices are too nasal. Pacing change near the second half.
I am married with a teenage son and run my own business. As I am visually impaired, audio books are my life.
I've listened to most in the series and this one has to be the most mundane of them all. If you miss this one you don't miss anything as it was just one of those nothing happening books. I still can't stand the narration in this series
I usually love the greywalker books, but this one was thin on story. So thin that the author included WAY too much information about Harper's ferret. After a while I thought it might be a National Geographic show on ferrets. And that might have been more interesting. And don't get me started on the narrator. Good grief. Bad, bad, bad. I've never bought a greywalker book as an audiobook. I won't waste my money again.
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