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R's investigation reveals something else entirely they've succeeded And when one of the group's members is killed in a brutal and inexplicable fashion Harper must determine whether the killer is the ghost itself or someone all too huma Richardson really shows off her skills here It was beyond entertaining seeing the theory and science behind making a poltergeist and then watching where the real thing starts happening Especially when it's a psychopath using a poltergeist to kill What a uniue and very disturbing idea It's refreshing to see science and magic meet in such a realistic blend Which was what I loved about Greywalker and what I'm beginning to think is this series strong point Don't get me wrong I love outrageous magic and critters but being able to believe it's real Now that's where it gets fun Harper was uite the loner in the first installment which I get you want to keep people at arms length when you're having doubts about your own sanity Poltergeist shows that Harper isn't a loner and even has a really cool “adopted” family Her relationship with the Danzigers is developing bordering on friendship and work help Her long distance relationship with Will Novak is actually a go What I like is that the development is real and while not the focus of the story it adds something human That vital piece of trying to be normal and yet drowning in a new world that few know about Harper is still leery about the Grey and the world she's having to step into But what I like is that she can admit that she has wasted time learning what she clearly is going to have to deal with She's not normal any and the sooner she learns the she can protect herself and others There's also a glimpse into how good Harper is not willing to just let people deal with things they aren't even aware are going on in the supernatural Even is that Harper even decides that learning from kids is OK if it helps her understand her powers That's an amazing character in my bookThe psychology and case studies of hauntingpoltergeists is a fascinating read here Though I will admit at times even my brain tuned out during some of the hypothesizing and other academic talk A lot of times I thought that a two sentence response or less could have summed things up nicely But hey let the brainiac characters free It does make them feel authentic even if my mind checked out once or twice Harper is on a case to prove that a poltergeist experiment isn't being tampered and also discovers money fraud and has to deal with a murder case Watching how she handles herself with legal aspects in mind to make sure she doesn't cross the cops and make sure she can't be incremented and used as a scapegoat is amazing to watch Most of the time books are so sloppy about police procedure legal issues and so on Poltergeist is a murder mystery physiological thriller and so much While the world of the vampires isn't delved into any deeper it still shows off the magic well The true power is the mix of science and magic to make everything feel as if it really could be part of our world That the leaps taken in the book could be taken in real life A real treat Richardson has setup a great cast here to get to know for later books Not to mention stable stepping stones into her uniue take on the mystical as she eases readers along with Harper into the world of the GreySexual Content Clean some sexual humor and references to sex 45 Great Really enjoyed it Originally reviewed at Book Whispers

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Poltergeist Greywalker #2Harper Blaine was your average small time PI until she died for two minutes Now she's a Greywalker walking the thin line between the living world and the paranormal realm And she's discovering that her new abilities are landing her all Reviewed by Rabid ReadsI’d like to start this review off by first saying that I’m not 100% sure whether it’s the narration or the story that’s making me consistently rate this series 3 stars so you might want to take my thoughts with a grain of salt until I figure that one out Anyway I think that I enjoyed this installment slightly less than its predecessor on account of all the psycho babble lengthy experiment explanations I felt like I was back in college listening to a professor drone on about a subject I couldn’t have cared less about Kat Richardson’s approach to the paranormal seems to be largely academic in nature and I’m not convinced that that writing style is well suited for the Urban Fantasy genreOne of the aspects that I enjoyed the most about GREYWALKER was Ben and Mara’s supe 101 sessions with Harper yet they seem to have almost completely vanished in this installment I’m not sure how much time has elapsed between novels—I may have missed it in the earlier chapters—but it can’t be than a couple of months and I found that Blaine’s grasp of her newfound abilities was far too advanced for book 2 She’s also suddenly full out dating Will and in a long distance relationship no less after only a few weeks ? Again I’m not clear on the time frame but it just felt off to me I had to double check to make sure that POLTERGEIST was indeed the second installment in this seriesI enjoyed the whodunit murder mystery even though I did find that it was a little too predictable because the suspect pool was restricted to the experiment participants I also liked learning some of the tricks on the trade when Richardson explores how certain illusions are created; it’s clear that a lot of research went into this novel uinton is probably one of my favourite characters to date and I was satisfied with the role he played in this story as well as Phoebe Mason’s She’s a new addition and I look forward to reconnecting with her in future installments Will on the other hand I honestly don’t see his appeal and hope that Harper dumps his ass ASAPThe narration was somewhat improved when compared to the previous audiobook I thought that Mia Barron’s Jamaican accent was well done and her ‘baby’ voice wasn’t half bad either although too much of it would have definitely given me a headache But to be fair any 2 year old talking in my ear nonstop would so that means that her performance was authentic Barron’s portrayal of the vampire characters was still too over the top for my tastes especially where Carlos was concerned; he came across as Count Dracula than evil undead masterIn short my struggles with this series continue and if something doesn’t start to click soon I may be calling it uits POLTERGEIST felt like a crime novel with paranormal elements mixed in than it did an Urban Fantasy which might be the crux of my problems with Harper Blaine

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Poltergeist Greywalker #2 doc Ú Paperback  ❴Reading❵ ➿ Poltergeist Greywalker #2 Author Kat Richardson – Gwairsoft.co.uk Harper Blaine was your average small time PI until she died for two minutes Now she's a Greywalker walking the thin line between the living world and the paranormal realm And she's discoveriSorts of strange casesIn the days leading up to Halloween Harper's been hired by a university research group that is attempting to create an artificial poltergeist The head researcher suspects someone is faking the phenomena but Harpe I like this series well enough but I think I drag my feet about reading it because I am bored with the denial trope In this instance it's the denial to acceptance trope of accepting powersI love that the ferret's name is Chaos though It's a perfect name for a ferret