Thunderbird Falls

Thunderbird Falls

Book - 2009
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"For all the bodies she's encountering, you'd think beat cop Joanne Walker works in Homicide. But no, Joanne's a reluctant shaman who last saved mankind three months ago -- surely she deserves more of a break! Yet, incredibly, "Armageddon, take two" is mere days away. There's not a minute to waste. Yet when her spirit guide inexplicably disappears, Joanne needs help from other sources. Especially after she accidentally unleashes Lower World demons on Seattle. Damn. With the mother of all showdowns gathering force, it's the worst possible moment for Joanne to realize she should have learned more about controlling her powers."--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: [2009]
ISBN: 9780373803033
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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svs801
Jul 29, 2016

Power-packed and gripping! Joanne Walker is inching her way to acceptance of her supernatural shamanic abilities, and this time there are witches involved, along with an ancient god ready to return from long exile.

Police procedural meets the Otherworld in this series, and it's pure sizzling magic. As a shamanic journeyer myself, I could relate to some of Joanne's struggles with acceptance of the More that lies just beyond the physical senses, and I loved soaking up her vivid experiences and wry commentary. Plus the action-packed storyline kepy me turning pages way past a sensible bedtime.... :-)

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dprodrig
Mar 10, 2014

I find this series to be gripping. It just finds you, your centre of emotion as you relate to the insecurities and inability to accept her powers. Then suddenly, boom, you've read the whole thing because you couldn't put it down.

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rec0rdsrule
Jan 08, 2010

The main plot to this one severely lacks subtlety (although it works on the basis of the main characters inexperience, making it mostly believable that she wouldn't see the end result coming), and it still has the same dream walking, inner working and spirit world as the last one (which is not surprising given what the story is about, but not something I personally am partial to). That said, the characters are still very interesting, and it is was good enough that I'm looking forward to the third.

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