Joanne Walker has three days to learn to use her shamanic powers and save the world from the unleashed Wild Hunt.No worries. No pressure. Never mind the lack of sleep, the perplexing new talent for healing herself from fatal wounds, or the cryptic, talking coyote who appears in her dreams.And if... show more
Joanne Walker has three days to learn to use her shamanic powers and save the world from the unleashed Wild Hunt.No worries. No pressure. Never mind the lack of sleep, the perplexing new talent for healing herself from fatal wounds, or the cryptic, talking coyote who appears in her dreams.And if all that's not bad enough, in the three years Joanne's been a cop, she's never seen a dead body—but she's just come across her second in three days.It's been a bitch of a week.And it isn't over yet.
Publish date: czerwiec 2005 (data przybliżona)
Publisher: Luna Books
Pages no: 410
Edition language: English
Urban Shaman by C.E. Murphy Pages: 416 Date: June 1 2005 Publisher: Luna Series: Walker Papers (1st in Series) Review Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0 Read: February 10 2016 This is the first book that I’ve read by this author. It’s a book that (1) hadn’t been on my radar; (2) even so, it was one of the b...
I liked the pacing, the banter and the whole setting. The plot with The Wild Hunt was nicely done. But it didn't 100% grip me - not like my favourite UF series did. I am probably going to give the second installment a try, because I did like Joannie Walker. She seemed like a quite likable charac...
I’m re-reading this entire series.Occasionally you get so far into a series and just can’t remember everything that has happened. This is especially true if there is a bit of time between books and if you’re like me, you read a lot of different authors with series. I was getting ready to read the mo...
Urban Fantasy featuring mythic and folkloric deities and shamanic magic (but no vampires, werewolves or pretty elves). Sticks pretty closely to the police procedural formula. While written slightly earlier, the tone and some of the content remind me strongly of Patricia Brigg's work - tough femal...
This is another wordy one. I can appreciate the description of the location and a paragraph about some inane events that don't matter much, but lead into the good stuff. But damn, I just wanted to get to the action already! I wouldn't call this a romance. I'm not sure why so many people have label...