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My Own Personal Grey blog. Richardson signing her first book, Greywalkerat Bouchercon. It was nice to see the cases weave together, in that there was no plot-related reason to think they were connected, but Harper uses information from both to connect them.
As if I could actually step right into the world Richardson has created. It seems like Men are from Noir and Women are from Romance. Harper Blaine is getting the bejeezus beaten out of her by a large, enraged man she’s dealing with as part of her PI work.
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This isn’t grrywalker a problem with the plotting, however, but with the book’s physical layout, which makes for a sometimes strange reading experience. Personally, I found the love interest more obligatory than anything else. They exist in an alternate plane known as the Grey and Harper is a greywalker, a mortal who can cross planes. Also, since she can see into The Greywhy can’t she see out of it? How fucking annoying is that!? For instance, I had some trouble with what I call “the metasuspension of disbelief.
A nightclub bouncer greywallker calls her up and gives her information for no compensation; a widow digs through files for old receipts who keeps that kind of thing?
So much so that Greywaker wanted to immediately go on to book two. She sets out to find his ghost but encounters only a void where he should be, leaving her with more unanswered questions. They educate Harper on the Grey, “a place between our Synopsis: Yreywalker cases depended on one another which was interesting, but still just too much going on.
After being shot in the greyealker and dying—again—Harper has lost many of her powers. View all 19 comments. I thought it was interesting how Richardson starts with the incident that causes Harper to become a “Greywalker” and takes Harper through the process of trying to learn to adjust, instead of starting with the weird occult talents already established.
She was constantly disoriented.
I cannot think of anything that should have been done differently, but the main character annoyed me to no end. The bare glimpse of the vampire society leads me to believe that I’m going to like the vampire lore found here.
From the blurb, I didn’t expect the novel gteywalker be so thick with vampires; but they were rather different from other vampire depictions I’ve seen, and they weren’t one-note. One person found this helpful. This page was last edited on 9 Decemberat Aside from 2nd-half problems there was an element of the story that Made. This is not surprising as it appears that Harper did not have a life before she died – there are no previous connections friends, sister, brother, regular barkeeper so even she isn’t fleshed out beyond someone that this stuff happens to.
Greywalker (Greywalker, book 1) by Kat Richardson
Harper is the first character I’ve ever seen with a pet ferret, and that added a few moments of much-needed Overall, a pretty good book. And just like that, she’s forced to accept a whole new worldview.
The physical structure of the book is sometimes a bit odd.
What really bogs down the book is how Harper is constantly experiencing the paranormal but still refuses to believe it. From them, she learns that she is a Greywalker. To me, vampires make everything worse because they are so cliche that I just don’t want to bother.
That section read as either very rushed or a pat, obligatory interaction meant to tick the “Refusal of the Call” box for the Monomyth. She’s a PI but uses a pager and doesn’t have a cell phone? Sep 13, Cyndi rated it really liked it. The native tribes have a rich art and story telling history. Aug 02, Shelley rated it liked it Shelves: But, once you get to book five or six it just isn’t that new anymore.