Kitty Goes to War
Kitty Norville, Alpha werewolf and host of The Midnight Hour, a radio call-in show, is contacted by a friend at the NIH's Center for the Study of Paranatural Biology. Three Army soldiers recently returned from the war in Afghanistan are being held at Ft. Carson in Colorado Springs. They're... show more
Kitty Norville, Alpha werewolf and host of The Midnight Hour, a radio call-in show, is contacted by a friend at the NIH's Center for the Study of Paranatural Biology. Three Army soldiers recently returned from the war in Afghanistan are being held at Ft. Carson in Colorado Springs. They're killer werewolves—and post traumatic stress has left them unable to control their shape-shifting and unable to interact with people. Kitty agrees to see them, hoping to help by bringing them into her pack. Meanwhile, Kitty gets sued for libel by CEO Harold Franklin after featuring Speedy Mart--his nationwide chain of 24-hour convenience stores with a reputation for attracting supernatural unpleasantness--on her show. Very bad weather is on the horizon.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 29th 2010
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 334
Edition language: English
Series: Kitty Norville (#8)
I enjoyed this Kitty book more than its immediate predecessors which frustrated me because Kitty rarely involved her pack in anything, even though she's the alpha; we heard virtually nothing from her radio show and and her mate, Ben, kept being sent out of the way while Kitty saved the day. "Kitt...
Cormac is in this one and he has a nice supporting part:-) There are nice, entertaining mysteries in this book. Yes, more than one!! I kept wondering where the storyline was going with Speedy Mart. I also wondered what was up with Cormac. Adjusting to life outside of prison? Or something more?...
Well Kitty has gotten herself tied up in the leftover mess from the last book. Were-solders uber strong, uber angry, uber messed up, are back from the war and officials are looking for help. Wait** That was supposed to be stopped right, no more experiments ??!? When has the Gov. ever given up on "m...
Like many of the other novels making up the Kitty Norville Series, there's never a dull moment with this one. Kitty, following one of her nighttime syndicated radio shows, finds herself being sued for libel from a powerful CEO of a nationwide chain of convenience stores. He takes exception to sev...
The tension in this one is really good, but after everything is said and done, I still find the Cormac possession bit to be a little out there. That's saying something, considering all the cray shit that goes down in these books.
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