cdc-coteauxdegaronne
» » Waking the Witch (Women of the Otherworld)
eBook Waking the Witch (Women of the Otherworld) ePub

eBook Waking the Witch (Women of the Otherworld) ePub

by Kelley Armstrong

  • ISBN: 1841498068
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
  • Author: Kelley Armstrong
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Orbit; paperback / softback edition (July 1, 2011)
  • ePub book: 1292 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1590 kb
  • Other: lit txt lrf azw
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 779

Description

With this book, Kelley Armstrong gives more depth and life to a wonderful character.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. With this book, Kelley Armstrong gives more depth and life to a wonderful character.

Women of the Otherworld is the name of a fantasy series by Canadian author Kelley Armstrong. The books feature werewolves, witches, necromancers, sorcerers, and vampires struggling to fit as "normal" in today's world

Women of the Otherworld is the name of a fantasy series by Canadian author Kelley Armstrong. The books feature werewolves, witches, necromancers, sorcerers, and vampires struggling to fit as "normal" in today's world. The series also includes novellas and short stories, published online (and one in an anthology). Note: all publishing information is for . However, the books have been published in the United Kingdom and in Canada. Book 01: Bitten (published October, 2001 by Viking Press).

Читать онлайн Waking the Witch.

As always, I’m indeb. Читать онлайн Waking the Witch. Book 11 in the Women of the Otherworld series).

Books by kelley armstrong. The Otherworld Series. The Nadia Stafford Series. The scanning, uploading, and distribution of this book via the Internet or via any other means without the permission of the publisher is illegal and punishable by law. Your support of the author's rights is appreciated.

A quick and fun read, Waking the Witch i. .a good starting point for readers new to Armstrong. Kelley Armstrong must have decided one day to throw every genre she could imagine - mystery, horror, supernatural thriller, romance and chick lit - into her writerly cauldron. What she conjured up is the hilariously hip Women of the Otherworld series. Columbus is a small, fading town, untouched by the twenty-first century.

Waking the Witch book.

Magic surrounds us. It is the stuff of creation.

Witch Magic (Women of the Otherworld, Magic surrounds us. And whether mankind is aware of it or not, this timeless power continues to have. In her acclaimed Women of the Otherworld series, bestselling author Kelley Armstrong creates a present day in which humans unwittingly coexist with werewolves, witches, and other supernatural beings. Now, in this spellbinding new novel, a beautiful necrom.

Waking the Witch (Book 11 in the Women of the Otherworld series) Kelley Armstrong acknowledgments prologue one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty twenty-one twenty-two twenty-three.

Waking the Witch (Book 11 in the Women of the Otherworld series) Kelley Armstrong acknowledgments prologue one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty twenty-one twenty-two twenty-three twenty-four twenty-five twenty-six twenty-seven twenty-eight twenty-nine thirty thirty-one thirty-two thirty-three thirty-four. thirty-five thirty-six thirty-seven thirty-eight thirty-nine forty forty-one forty-two. Waking the Witch (Book 11 in the Women of the Otherworld series) Kelley Armstrong.

Armstrong is quite deft at making Savannah simultaneously formidable, sympathetic and real. A quick and fun read, Waking the Witch i.

trade edition paperback fine condition. In stock shipped from our UK warehouse

Comments

Oso Oso
This is 5th in the series and I've enjoyed every one of them. Each installment is really a separate book with its own characters. In this book we follow a ghost. She hangs around with a guy ghost and she keeps watch over her living daughter. The guy ghost happens to be the father who never knew he had a daughter when he was alive. The problem is a demi demon who takes over personalities, does terrible things, then arranges for the one she inhabits to be prosecuted while she goes off to the next inhabitation. The fates want her to help an angel catch the demi-demon - again. She's managed to get free. In the process, her own daughter is endangered. The ghost is being considered to be an angel - but she is more devilish in a practical way. This is told from the point of view of the ghost and she is quite the rascally ghost. I enjoyed the story and the main characters.
Brazil Brazil
How did I ever get behind in this series? Kelley's BITTEN was my first Paranormal read and I have loved her books. WAKING THE WITCH is just as good as the previous books in the TOTOW series.

Savannah is alone while Paige and Lucas are on vacation and Adam is at a conference. Being 21 now she is all about proving herself and becoming a full acting PI with the firm. So, when Lucas' old friend Jessie shows up asking for assistance on a murder case she jumps at it. She will do field work while he's involved with another case and then he'll join her.

There were two girls murdered earlier at the same location. It's thought that the little dying town may have a serial murdered. So Savannah begins at the murder site. What she finds is the daughter of one of the first murdered girls there. She's nine and doing her own "detective" work since no one has found or even seems to be looking for her mother's killer. Savannah can relate to the girl and is very good in her dealing with her.

All appears good as she tracks down information and messes with the detective brother of the woman whose case she is working on. He's in from Texas and also trying to figure out her murder and at first doesn't like Savannah being involved. He soon changes his tune. The two even become attracted to one another.

This is SO good. I must admit that I had part of the story solved mid way through but not all of it. Kelley does a great job bringing all of the past together with out rehashing all the earlier books.

I now have to get caught up on a few quick reads so that I can get on to SPELLBOUND - Can't wait :)!
Akelevar Akelevar
OK, I'm not an author, and probably couldn't write a creative story. But after reading every book written by Kelley Armstrong I can say that this does not compare favorably. I will do my best not to spoil the story for you in this review, but I might a bit, so don't read on if this concerns you.

The story is disjointed and not cohesive (possibly due to poor editing). In some places I had to reread the page two or three times to try and understand what was going on. The "surprise bad guy" was a cheap shot in my opinion due to the lack of foreshadowing (there was a tiny bit but not even enough to let you solve the mystery) about their identity. And even when it was revealed it was just unlikely and random (I know, unlikely in a fantasy LOL!). I also don't like that the Benandanti angle was unexplored but I'm sure the next book will reveal all-- which brings me to my last peeve, a CLIFFHANGER. The book is something like $20+ dollars and you don't get a full story or even a very satisfactory love story (a paranormal romance without the romance?). I feel cheated.

Lastly, Savannah. I'm sorry, but I thought Paige was more likeable. What is so horrible about having an extra special genetic boost, being rich, standing six feet tall, riding a vintage motorcycle, and looking like a model? Her mom did die when she was young, but she was cared for my a smart guardian who marries a lawyer and sends her off on adventures (and she skips college). The other heroines in this series are much better.

What I did like about the story was the setting, it was different from the other books. I liked the big city detective because he seemed more real. And I liked the story about Kayla and Paula (minus cliffhanger).

You probably will want to read this book if you like the Otherworld series, but as a stand alone example of Mrs. Armstrong's work it does nothing for me. I really love all the other books in her series though (except for the one with Eve as the sole narrator, Haunted) so don't think I won't preorder the next book.