Harper Blaine is a Greywalker-walking the thin line between the living world and the paranormal realm. She’s been hired by a university research group. I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my. Richardson’s clever ghost-busting follow-up to her solid urban fantasy debut ( ‘s Greywalker) finds psychic Seattle PI Harper Blaine.
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So much so that I wanted to immediately go on to book three. The story had a good premise but it could have been told in half the time. Harper keeps busy and has accepted her new reality, without actually venturing into it very much. There are 5 books in this series published thus far. Mira and Ben as the couple that assist Harper with paranormal knowledge are great, and their little two year old boy Brian had me chuckling at his antics a number of times maybe this is because I have a three year old son.
There’s also a glimpse into how good Harper is, not willing to just let people deal with things they aren’t even aware are going on in the supernatural. I find this an interesting technique.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I get the feeling the writer has picked a tall, hot, slim chick as her protagonist, but then transferred her own personality to the character, making for some unlikely character traits. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Book Review: Kat Richardson’s Poltergeist – KD Did It Edits
The best part though is I’ve learned a lot about my neighborhood Seattle from reading it. Edward is the head vampire in Seattle. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. My only complaint with poptergeist book was that Harper only had the one case to polgergeist on and, at times, her foot work on that case got a bit boring. In this book, Harper is hired to figure out who is sabotaging a university project that is intended to create a poltergeist.
Nov 13, carol.
Harper Blaine was your average small-time PI until she died – for two minutes. To ask other readers questions about Poltergeistplease sign up. Really enjoy the series. Book richadson “Underground” and book 4 “Vanished” are already out. Open Preview See a Problem? I just know there’s stuff she’s not telling us Mara Danziger is a witch who helps Harper with the more physical aspects of the Grey while richardaon husband Ben better understands its metaphysics.
Harper looks much more sinister almost possessed than she did on the cover of Greywalker. Also by Kat Richardson. Too many characters without enough character development. Harper Blaine is a Greywalker-walking the thin line between the living world and the paranormal realm.
I enjoyed the whodunit murder mystery even though I did find that it was a little too predictable because the suspect pool polteregist restricted to the experiment participants. Their very young son Brian is currently going through a rhino phase. Patrick’s Day and I have no clean green anything to wear “.
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This is the second book in the Greywalker series. The Cover and Title The cover has a very cocky Harper posed next to a Chinese dragon on a street in Chinatown in Seattle — you can just see the Space Needle in the distance — all of it covered in a very hazy yellow. Most of the time books are so sloppy about police procedure, legal issues, and so on. Originally reviewed at Book Whispers. You’d think that someone who was so distressed by a “family member” being murdered would be at the funeral and that Harper would see her and they would comfort each other or something.
POLTERGEIST by Kat Richardson | Kirkus Reviews
The characters are bland; Harper is unengaging; everyone else runs around being credulous. Return to Book Page.
Quinton is an independent DIY who has become friends ppoltergeist Harper. A group of grad students are performing an experiment where they created a poltergeist and one of the group has been murdered. She discovers that her brief death has turned her poltefgeist a Greywalker, a human able to move back and forth at will through the Grey, the realm that exists between our world and the next.
I felt like it dragged on in the beginning and then I lost interest and couldn’t pull myself to sit and finish it so it took me forever to get through. I thought the plot line of this poltefgeist was stronger than the first one, but it is still missing vital connections, explanations and relationship developments.
It was that or read Tom Clancy. Instead Harper Blaine, after a near death experience, is able to perceive the Gray, the sub layer filled with people’s auras, ghosts and other oddities. A lot of time in this book is spent poltrrgeist into technical details on how ghost phenomena can be faked.
It was fascinating how she worked their interaction and the changing dynamics even though I also feel that she neglected to stretch the tensions between them as much as she could have as well as their own personal issues.
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