Whether she likes it or not. How they are used. And London proves even more haunted than Seattle. Unlike the others, Vanished is a longer storyline. This book was a great addition to the series and it tied together a lot of the occasional random things that happened in the previous books. Feb 12, Beth Dawkins rated it liked it Shelves: There is even a clockwork woman, which might have been my favorite detail. The end is left wide open, with This is by far the weakest entry into the Greywalker world.
This book was a great addition to the series and it tied together a lot of the occasional random things that happened in the previous books. I’ve always fantasized about going back in time and then doing a fast-forward through time to w Fourth in the Greywalker urban fantasy series revolving around a private detective able to walk in a fold of space than sits between the normal and the paranormal. Richardson describes setting extremely well and London is no exception, her description of the settings transports me to that city. So off to London she goes. Nothing is resolved either. Dec 29, Karissa rated it really liked it. Horror is the mind-thing, the worm of knowledge you can’t stop turning over no matter how awful it is.
A coma patient has roused with strange new skills The 5th book Labyrinth was just released; last I heard there are 6 books quinon for this series. When Harper is in London she constantly worries over him. I never knew Tyburn Tree had been located near where Marble Arch stands now.
But I shouldn’t complain, because if anybody has a tough time on this case, it’s Harper.
A quarter century ago, the Seawitch cruised away from her dock and disappeared with sfries on board. A very worthwhile read.
For two minutes, to be precise. The plot was convoluted, confusing and drawn out without the story actually going anywhere.
There is an overall story arc that continues to develop and keeps me interested in the series. When Harper comes to in the hospital, she begins to feel a bit …strange. It was needlessly dark and in my view, had few redeeming features. Some of the strange unexplained things that happened in previous books finally make sense.
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Gryewalker while conducting a pre-trial investigation in the Olympic Peninsula, she sees a ghostly car accident whose victim insists serifs he was murdered and that the nearby resort area of Sunset Lakes is to blame. By the end of the book, she has only just learned the disturbing truth about who was behind her beating death two years ago, and she still does not know what use they are preparing to make of her.
Turmoil, sickness, and destruction are sweeping through Europe—and the effects are being felt all the way across the world. Hardcoverpages. I really great ha 4 Stars Vanished book 4 in the Greywalker series by Kate Richardson is a fantastic edition to this fun series.
Vanished is written somewhat well. Harper has an awful relationship with her mother, one colored by her own child’s perspective on a mother who insisted on Harper pursuing a career as a dancer to fulfill her mother’s dreams. I really enjoy Richardson’s writing style. She’s not absolutely horrible, but there’s places she really gets on my nerves, too. Harper is a private investigator and the books show her investigation and you see her process in figuring things out.
Richardson has mixed the paranormal, magic and urban fantasy with self-exploration and a rather good detective story. Following a dark trail of grotesque crimes and black magic across the Old World, the pair slowly draws closer to their quarry.
So far, Harper is great. Now he’s coming back from the dead in Harper’s dreams and in a psychic phone call warns her. But their goals are far more nightmarish than Harper and Quinton—or even Purlis—could ever imagine. Harper is based in Seattle but most of this story takes place in London.
Vanished (Greywalker, #4) by Kat Richardson
Currently lives in the wilds of far-western Washington with her husband and dogs. There is even a clockwork woman, which might have been my favorite detail. We see a little personality from Quinon at last; unfortunately she comes across as obnoxious. In London we meet Marsden who starts out as a mysterious figure who knows a great deal about Harper. Sereis the same pattern as used on her dad but Harper is determined that the end result will not be the same.
Part of Harper’s past includes her mother This is by far the weakest entry into the Greywalker world. So far, I think Harper Blaine is doing extremely well for herself, compared to other protagonists in other lengthy urban fantasy series. So much so that I wanted to immediately go on to book three. The toughest case yet for Greywalker Harper Blaine… Why did Seattle investigator Harper Blaine-as opposed to others with near-death experiences-become a Greywalker?
Well developed series, great mystery and action To start the series may not be for everyone. One which Harper endures as an adult as her self-absorbed mother continues to nag and criticize. It is mentioned enough times. I know that sounds strange when you talk about someone who can slip into the ghost world, but her thoughts and feelings are down to Earth.
That investigation takes her to London where she discovers that her past, her father, and her abilities as a Greywalker are all tied up with her current investigation. Some of the aspects of her power are unclear, making me wish I had read this closer to Underground.
Now something is breaking and releasing more of this evil. This was a better story than book one. The next page she’s stepping through the temporacline what the hell is that? Despite my confusion with the London setting, I enjoyed Vanished and am looking forward to continuing the adventure back in Seattle with the fifth book, Labyrinth.