Some people have the Sight. Genevieve Scelan has the Scent.They call her "Hound," and with her unique supernatural sense Evie can track nearly anything—lost keys, vanished family heirlooms . . . even missing people. And though she knows to stay out of the magical undercurrent that runs beneath... show more
Some people have the Sight. Genevieve Scelan has the Scent.They call her "Hound," and with her unique supernatural sense Evie can track nearly anything—lost keys, vanished family heirlooms . . . even missing people. And though she knows to stay out of the magical undercurrent that runs beneath Boston's historic streets, a midnight phone call from a long-vanished lover will destroy the careful boundaries she has drawn. Now, to pay a years-old debt, Evie must venture into the shadowy world that lies between myth and reality, where she will find betrayal, conspiracies, and revelations that will shatter all she believes about herself and the city she claims as home.When the Hunt is on, the Hound must run . . .
Publish date: January 27th 2009
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 307
Edition language: English
Series: Evie Scelan (#1)
I am kind of done with this one. I may come back to it as I own it but it is confusing and now that I am half way though I am loosing interest
Evie Scelan works in Boston as byke messanger (hello Max :)). She was told by his mom -like certain protagonist in Dragon Bound- to keep her head down and hold to a promise. However, now and then she do certain specials jobs looking for lost objects.She try to keep a balance between the normalcy an...
Genevieve, or Evie as friend from school call her, works as a bike courier in Boston. But, on the side works to help recover, or find, items for people - for a fee to help pay rent. Evie has a special ability passed down in her family blood of years past, she can smell scents even almost taste the...
First of all I am an amateur Ancient Celtic Myth and Historian and this book...wow. Ronald did her research and her homework and she owned it. The history and the myths come out strong without sounding like they were planted in the plot to explain something (while sounding like an encyclopedia) but ...
It's funny - if I had to describe the atmosphere of Spiral Hunt I'd say it reminded me more of Neil Gaiman's American Gods than anything else, but whereas I was bored to tears by AG, I loved SH. The plot was fascinating although at times a tad hard to follow, as I'm not too well versed in mythology....