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Night Seeker (An Indigo Court Novel) Mass Market Paperback – July 3, 2012
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"Yasmine Galenorn is a sheer force of nature, a sorceress whose wand and cup are ink and paper. The magick she weaves with the written word is iresistible."—Maggie Shayne, New York Times bestselling author
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Yasmine lives in the Seattle WA area with her husband and is the mother of four cats.
Because so many people ask, you pronounce her name this way: Yaz-mihn (NOT Jasmine--it's a "Y", not a "J"). Last name is pronounced: Gal-eh-norn The accent is on the first syllable.
Top Customer Reviews
I really enjoy this series; and while I find it a bit darker and more series than the Otherworld series, there is also a superficial element to it. However, it does not have a great impact on the story and can be bypassed or disregarded easily.
I loved the story progression and the feeling of unraveling a great, dangerous mystery; in addition to the deep sense of danger slithering around every corner. This was definitely my most favored book of the series so far.
For the series fans, this book is a must read. There is a lot that happens in this installment that will have considerable influence and consequences on future books.
I highly recommend this book to fellow dark urban fantasy readers and look forward to the next book Night Vision due out July 2013.
I also recommend:
Once Burned (Night Prince, Book 1)
Pleasure Unbound (Demonica, Book 1)
Shadow's Fall (A Novel of the Shadow World)
Bloodstone (A Deadtown Novel)
Lover Reborn (Black Dagger Brotherhood)
It's heavy-handed, melodramatic , and all too easy. Sure there are a number of dramatic moments: a hunt and battles. But when you take a step back, they are only moments---sweet, romantic, terror-filled, and fearful---and their conclusions are too simple. But hey, at least we have the clichéd protagonist who can't be bothered to stop for a minute to learn the negative side effects. Oops, gotta stop and grab that eyeball that rolled right out o' me eye socket...
I was curious as to how Galenorn would handle the big reveal to Ysandra when Cicely confesses to their deception. Yawn. And what's with all the mention of werewolves in the stories so far? They pop up once or twice to what...add a hairy experience? Nothing ever involves them. So...why?
We do get the back story on how Cherish and Shy meet. It's so sweet...yawn... Such potential with Geoffrey and Leo. Good thing Galenorn decided to wait...wouldn't want to tire the boys out too fast. Of course, we have to endure the big dramatic moments of Cicely's cheesy blind acceptance of how her choices will change her fate. No, there's nothing wrong with this; it's actually very admirable. Unfortunately, Galenorn has set me up like Pavlov's dog---a dramatic moment that will flatline and die off.
I do enjoy the characters. They love and care for each other and yet have suffered such losses. Losses more obvious in the tell of the story than in the show. Intellectually, I can empathize, but Galenorn doesn't make me feel it.
It's sad because Galenorn has a great plot with so much potential. Potential that fizzles with the snow that will melt in the spring.Read more ›
Wind witch and owl shifter, Cicely Waters, rescued her lover, Fae Prince Grieve from the Indigo Court, but not before Myst, the Queen Of Winter, turned him. The rescue destroyed Cicely's alliance with Lainule, the Queen of Summer and destroyed any hope of cooperation from the vampires. Cicely, in desperation, appeals to the Consortium for help.
When the Queen Of Summer begins to fade, Cicely offers to find and bring back Summer's heartstone. Cicely also has to find a way to change Grieve back and keep Lannan at arms length. As friends turn enemy and enemies become allies, Cicely will find herself standing on the edge of the precipice, her destiny unfolding before her as she fights for all she loves and believes in.
Night Seeker, the third installment of Yasmine Galenorn's dark and sensual fae fantasy, picks up right where Night Veil left off and blows it all out of the water. Well-plotted and cast with characters that are strong and personable, Night Seeker is filled with taut suspense, delicious betrayal, and dangerous antagonists. I consider Night Seeker the turning point in this series. It's an emotionally captivating story that throws open the doors of previously unknown and tightly guarded secrets. It doesn't promise us that everything will be fine but it does give us hope towards the future. A strong storyline with fascinating intertwining subplots drives this story opposed to the last two installments which spent more time laying the foundation of the arc and its key players.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Enter the world of the Fae, Shifters, Magic, Vampires and more...Nothing is as it seems and enemies become friends. Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Fullington
An excellent continuation of the series!! I can't wait to see what happens next after all these (very unexpected) twists and turns!!!Published 11 months ago by MaryCarol
My biggest issue with this book/author is that EVERY TIME CICELY TURNS AROUND, or goes into the bathroom, SHE IS HAVING SEX.............. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Sherese
Cicely and her crew are working to find Lainule's heartstone with the help of Consortium. They also manage to save Grieve but Lannan is still after Cicely. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amie S
It arrived fairly speedy. The condition wasn't great, but worth what i paid. the book had no major damage to it.Published 22 months ago by tiffany Wallace
As good as all the others. Can't wait for the fourth installment! So excited, but will be sad to see it endPublished 23 months ago by Amie Summerall
I really enjoyed this book. I love the series and I wish it wasn't going to end. I love Yasmine Galenorn books and look forward to each books release.Published on January 9, 2014 by Hollylyn FIncher
What can I say I am starving to find out what happens in the next book, Love them, I have a very busy life but always find time to read YasminePublished on January 4, 2014 by tee6017