Sunday, 24 August 2008
Harper Blaine was just your normal Private Investigator until she died for two minutes. Now she is a Greywalker and walks the fine line between the living world and the paranormal realm. Her new abilities are leading her into all kinds of odd cases and her life will never be the same again.

Seattle has been struck by a cold winter and some of the homeless are turning up dead. Normally this wouldn't be a matter for too much concern but the bodies have been mutilated and zombies have also been seen on the streets. In the Underground, the old city hidden under Seattle, there are sightings of a more sinister looking creature. Is it the one responsible for the missing and dead people?

Harper and her friend Quinton are pulled into the investigation and have to look into the past of the city to find a killer that has been stalking the city for a long time. The monster is on the loose and it is hungry. If Harper doesn't try to put a stop to it nobody will and she can only hope it won't get to her first.

This series is urban paranormal fantasy at its best. Kat Richardson has created something unique and peppered it with all kinds of paranormal to make it even more tastier. In this third book in the series the reader is introduced to a Native American monster and also some magic, ghosts and vampires. This is dark, creepy, addictive and a series that will have you on the edge of your seat screaming for more.

In Underground there are some particularly interesting historical facts mingled into the story and I found myself wanting to visit Seattle and visit the places mentioned. The characters are realistic and likable while the plot is just crazy but wonderful. I am a huge fan of this series and can't wait for the next part in the Greywalker series and hope it won't take too long to be released. I hate the wait.

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posted by Amber Katze at Sunday, August 24, 2008 |


3 Comments:


At 24 August 2008 at 16:15, Blogger Estella

Sounds like a very interesting read.

 

At 27 August 2008 at 14:16, Blogger Kimberly Swan

I know what you mean...it's tough waiting for these because there isn't really anything else like the Greywalker series to tide us over. lol

 

At 30 August 2008 at 11:22, Blogger Amberkatze

It is nice to read something different for a change. Greywalker is like the Wraith series (Phaedra Weldon)...very unique but not often enough for my liking.

 






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