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The third book in Kat Richardson's best-selling Greywalker series, Underground features heroine Harper Blaine, walker of the shadowy line between the living and the dead.

Seattle's homeless are turning up dead and mutilated, and zombies have been seen stalking the Underground. Harper sets out to find the source, and soon comes to realize she's tangling with an ancient evil.

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©2008 Kathleen Richardson; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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Greywalker gets Better

So I've been trying to figure out why the Greywalker novels have such low reviews ... I think I've finally figured it out. Greywalker novels don't have anywhere near as much action as say the Dresden files, though I must also say that Kat Richardson doesn't have the humor the Bob the skull brings to Dresden either. Greywalker novels though are much more about the mystery than Dresden and as such have only a few action scenes.

However, this is the best Greywalker novel yet. I really enjoyed Underground. A lot more information is found out about some of the more mysterious characters in the novel, and many interesting relationships spring up. Also the world that Kat creates about the underground world of Seattle is very interesting even if reminiscent of Dresden's Undertown. Great novel really strong mystery and the answer isn't as obvious as the other two. Looking forward to continuing the series.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Amazing.

Loved it. Enough fantasy without the crazy extras and no over the board sexual content. nice little love story for the romance side as well. The narrator is great too...

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Joel
  • COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, United States
  • 03-19-15

Fun!

Kat does a great job describing the veil between worlds. She makes it seem downright plausible.

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O.K. story

I like the character, but this one kinda feel a little flat for me. Q man and Harper go well together in this though.

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I really want to like this series, but........

The only book that I've ever returned is the previous one in this series, "Poltergeist" It was sooooo boring. I thought this one was getting us back on track. More character building, and not so much with the friend's kid. It had a more interesting story, with Quinton playing a larger role, and more personal things going on with Harper. I did get bored with it though, as it progressed, just wanted it to end, so I could listen to something else.
I'm wondering now, if it might be the narration. She is slow and pretty emotionless. I read the first novel, and that's why I went forward with the series. Now, I'm wondering if I should just read the next in the series, or stop while I'm ahead. Decisions, decisions.

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  • Sue
  • Wandandian, AL, United States
  • 11-19-12

It was a bit boring in parts

Would you recommend Underground to your friends? Why or why not?

I thought this book was a bit boring in parts. Although it was still good it felt dragged out a bit. If you are listening to the series it's an OK from me

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 01-04-13

Not for me

This was a very strange and weird book. I gave it three stars because it is actually an ok mystery. I read the entire thing and found myself creeped out at the end. I'm not going to read anymore in this series. I'm not saying it wasn't a good book, just not for me.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Book 3 and no better

I am sorry I just didn't get into this storyline, it was boring and so very perdictable.Tho Harper the main character did grown into her greywalker powers, it still didn't make any sense...what is the grey???

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Better than the first two

Would you try another book from Kat Richardson and/or Mia Barron?

I haven't listened to any other series by her, but if an interesting concept comes along I might try it

Would you be willing to try another book from Kat Richardson? Why or why not?

After this third book I might. I actually listened to all three books in this series because I just usually will listen to all of them unless it's TOTALLY terrible. I guess it would depend on the story.

What aspect of Mia Barron’s performance would you have changed?

She sounded bored most of the time. Even when there should have been excitement she sounded a little bored...

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Probably not, but a better chance that the 2nd book...

0 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Total Cultural Appropriation

Stop making Native cultures the backdrop for non-native adventures. I really liked this series. Will try one more.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful