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#161 C. E. Murphy: Thunderbird Falls

C. E. Murphy: Thunderbird Falls

Paperback: 656 pages
Publisher: Orbit (4 Nov 2004)
ISBN-10: 0373802358
Category(ies): Fantasy

The second of mizkit's Walker Papers, this has our Seattle PD protagonist attempting to come to terms with her abilities, first unveiled in Urban Shaman. She's understandably inexperienced (despite the story in Winter Moon), and still growing into her abilities.

Annoyingly, this one has been sitting in my pile of 'remember to review' for a little too long, and having read the third in the series since, the details have got too blurred for a considered review. Howver, I'll just say that I enjoyed it at the time, and fully expect to enjoy it again when it gets to reread time.

A good series.
Tags: books, books by friends, reviews

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