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Underground (Greywalker, #3) Harper Blaine Was Your Average Small Time P.I Until She Died For Two Minutes Now Harper Is A Greywalker Walking The Thin Line Between The Living World And The Paranormal Realm And She S Discovering That Her New Abilities Are Landing Her All Sorts Of Strange Cases.Pioneer Square S Homeless Are Turning Up Dead And Mutilated, And Zombies Have Been Seen Roaming The Underground The City Buried Beneath Modern Seattle When Harper S Friend Quinton Believes He May Be Implicated In The Deaths, He Persuades Her To Investigate But The Killer Is No Mere Murderer It Is A Creature Of Ancient Legend And Harper Must Deal With Both The Living And The Dead To Stop The Monster And Its Master Unless They Stop Her First. [PDF / Epub] ❤ Book Lover ✅ Jennifer Kaufman – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk And Zombies Have Been Seen Roaming The Underground The City Buried Beneath Modern Seattle When Harper S Friend Quinton Believes He May Be Implicated In The Deaths ★ Secret Delivery / Her 24-Hour Protector Author Delores Fossen – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk He Persuades Her To Investigate But The Killer Is No Mere Murderer It Is A Creature Of Ancient Legend And Harper Must Deal With Both The Living And The Dead To Stop The Monster And Its Master Unless They Stop Her First. This originally appeared at The Irresponsible Reader. So Harper s pal computer tech security expert, Quinton, comes to her for a favor Several homeless people in the area have gone missing, and some have shown up that look, well, eaten By something large Quinton would like Harper to look into it, see if there s something that s up her particular alley than what the police are looking equipped for.Obviously, yes, or it d be a very short and incredibly dull book.Harper and Quinton end up on a search through the now underground remnants of Seattle s bygone days, through the city s homeless culture, and skirting the edge of local Native American myth not nearly as mythic as most people think I ve liked Quinton, and wanted to get to know him better We get the opportunity to here actually, we learn a lot about him What we learn makes him pretty distinctive in UF, he might be run of the mill in Suspense Mystery novels, though but that makes sense Richardson is basically writing Kinsey Millhone with ghosts and other supernatural whatnot Ben and Mara Danziger do make an appearance, but fairly late into the novel I appreciated seeing them, but I was also glad that Harper doesn t have to run to them right away Ben gets of the action this time than Mara, which was a good switch Also, he s a fun character Many of the other characters from the previous two novels show up for a scene or two to provide continuity as well as information on just whatever is snacking on Seattle s poorest.Pretty much everything worked well in these pages Harper s personality is enough to pull you in Quinton and the world he introduces Harper to are enough to keep you The bits of Seattle history were very interesting even if most of it was variation on what I ve read before about the underground city and there s plenty of fodder for return trips for Harper down there The Native American elements were a nice addition to this world I do think it was a little too easy to figure out the non monster mysteries, Richardson might as well have been putting flashing neon around certain sentences, reading Pay attention, this ll be important Still, over all, everything worked just right.The previous Greywalker novel, Poltergeist, was one of the last things I read in 2012, and I ve been meaning to get back to the series since Don t ask me why I didn t I can t give you or myself a satisfactory answer It won t be another 2 and a half years before I come back, I can tell you that It s not the most dazzling and dynamic Urban Fantasy series out there, but it s good And when you re this good You don t have to be dazzling, you just have to deliver Underground did. Oh, Quinton Okay, this series continues to entertain me much than I initially expected it to I was so pleased to get a copy of Underground for my birthday and I immediately dived right in It picks up shortly after the events of Poltergeist and Harper is still dealing both physically and emotionally with the fallout from her ghost busting stint Things with tall, blond, and lanky Will are less than stellar and distraction comes in the form of Harper s mysterious friend Quinton who shows up on her doorstep demanding she investigate a rather gruesomely dead body he ran across on the train tracks It s not the first dead body to be found in a similar state in recent weeks and Harper and Quinton discover up close and personally that it won t be the last either Together they traipse through the uncanny city underneath Seattle s streets in search of a mythical monster who may or may not be eating the city s homeless and may or may not be controlled by an ancient Native American god.Once again, I simply love the way Kat Richardson describes Harper s Seattle And this time around she s added Quinton s Seattle a very different city altogether, populated by the homeless and the dissident, and located entirely underground I ve been wanting on this particular character and storyline and Underground provides a satisfying amount of info while still saving a few secrets for future installments Just like Harper, I was sucked into the mysteries behind each underground inhabitant, particularly Quinton and just who he s hiding from and why This book had a slightly grander feel than its predecessors by nature of the monster they re fighting and I loved the inclusion of Seattle s unusual history as well as the Native American legend and language Harper remains a likable, scrappy character who I look forward to following If you enjoyed Greywalker, make sure you pick this one up Definitely my favorite Greywalker book thus far. I always expectand want these books to be better than they are I forgot, in the elapsed time between the last one I read and this one exactly why I hadn t picked it up sooner.I like good urban fantasy, and like many I try most new series hoping for good reads These don t stink I read the first 2 and then set the series asidebecause they just aren t that good They are a good idea, and they at times begin to draw me in, but then always lose me.This one started out slowly but finally picked up once Harper sort of got her private life a little sorted outin a way, a little, maybe, we hope Well, maybe almost sorted out , or something, sigh Some of you like romance in your books than I do Some doesn t bother me if it s handled right, but please deliver me from soap opera I will say no lest I include a spoilerbut suffice it to say we needed to get the romance angle handled so we could move on with the story.Here we follow Harper Blaine into Grey trouble I m not sure why it s not Gray trouble since Ms Richardson is American, but I suppose it s not that importantjust makes one wonder as homeless people vanishor have become zombies.A note here, some writers can do social commentary in there books and not have it get in the way of the story, others.not so much Nuff said.The story rambles about a bit and then picks up It drew in my interest, and lost it again several times I ll give the writer this that after positing a fairly far out answer to her plot even for a supernatural novel she stayed with it and didn t flinch awayeven when it did get a little silly.With a mixture of strengths and weaknesses the book didn t completely drive me away, and I may get the audio of the next one I had already listed it as to read as I can listen as I do other things but so far these are still far from reads I d search out.

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