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  • Series: An Otherworld Novel (Book 11)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Jove; Original edition (February 7, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0515150355
  • ISBN-13: 978-0515150353
  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 4.1 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,153 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Chilling, thrilling, and deliciously dark---Galenorn's magical fantasy is spectacularly hot and supernaturally breathtaking." ---Alyssa Day author of the Warriors of Poseidon series --This text refers to the MP3 CD edition.

About the Author

Yasmine Galenorn is the New York Times bestselling author of two urban fantasy series: the Sisters of the Moon series and the Indigo Court series.

Cassandra Campbell has recorded nearly two hundred audiobooks and directed many more. She has been nominated for and won multiple Audie Awards, as well as a prestigious Odyssey Award, and she has been awarded more than twenty AudioFile Earphones Awards. Cassandra was also named a Best Voice by AudioFile for 2009 and 2010. --This text refers to the MP3 CD edition.

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New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn writes two bestselling urban fantasy series: the Otherworld Series (Sisters of the Moon Series), and the Indigo Court Series, both for Berkley. She will soon be adding an Otherworld spinoff--the Fly By Night Series. She's also written a paranormal mystery series (the Chintz 'n China Series) for Berkley Prime Crime, a short-lived mystery series (the Bath & Body Series) under the name of India Ink, again for Berkley Prime Crime, and eight metaphysical nonfiction books (Llewellyn Publications and Crossing Press).

Yasmine is a shamanic witch, and walks an eclectic path. She considers her life a blend of teacups and tattoos--the former in her china closet, the latter on her skin. She's a theatre major, a graduate of the Evergreen State College (Olympia WA). She 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.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kathy E. on February 29, 2012
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I strongly recommend you read this series in order [Witchling, Changeling, Darkling, Dragon Wytch, Night Huntress, Demon Mistress, Never After (anthology), Bone Magic, Inked (anthology), Harvest Hunting, Blood Wyne, Hexed Anthology"ice shards", Etched in Silver novella and Courting Darkness] prior to reading this installment.

I didn't enjoy this installment as much as I thought I was going to and it took me far longer than I would've liked to finish this book. The story started off really slow. The main investigation was disorganized and filled with too many secondary character interactions.

This installment did not do Delilah any favors, she looked like a tag-along in her own book. Most of this book seem to be about everyone else but Delilah. Shade is a HUGE mystery; the author could've spent so much more time delving into his background and how his fate intertwined with Delilah's. That alone could've made one heck of a story.

I rated this book 3-stars because the story was interesting. Albeit, the whole novel felt like a set-up for the next installment; basically a huge waste of time and felt like the sisters were running in circles chasing their tails.

I think Iris's wedding should've been a novella on its own. Instead it was mixed into Delilah's journey with the two parts colliding and feeling mashed together. The wedding took up most of the beginning portion of the book. I enjoyed Iris's background adventure from the Hexed anthology and would've enjoyed a short story on her wedding just the same.

One thing I did like is that the men in Delilah's household are fully domesticated and don't mind pulling their weight at home. They also don't mind "manning" the home front while the sisters go out and handle their business.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 9, 2012
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Let me start by saying Delilah is my favorite of the D'Artigo sisters. I think she injects the most humor and I love her crazy tabby cat ways. I am a big fan of this series and have been reading it since its inception. This was not, however, the best book in the series.

Delilah has done quite a bit of growing throughout the series and I love her for that. She repeatedly says how she has shed her "rose colored glasses" but she continuously complains about it. For a woman who is in her 50's (I believe at this point), she is very immature. She talks about wanting to grab Iris's hand and take off like a child with her mother. She does not do this but seems to hold on to the mindset of a small child. This grates on me book after book. The inner-dialogue Delilah has is off putting. Maybe those from Otherworld mature more slowly than those from Earthside and I have forgotten that over the course of the series?

Hi'ran and the Death Maidens indicated that Delilah would have a choice to make and was coming to a crossroads. They set the stage pointing to Delilah having to make a potentially, life altering and serious decision. That situation seemed to be set as if it would be displayed in this book and I kept waiting for that moment. She did collect the soul of an acquaintance and thus retrieved his memories and was able to utilize those. Difficult as it was learning he had been a betrayer and had been working against the greater good, this did not seem to be that critical turning point the book had built up to. I find myself frustrated because the "big decision" didn't come to fruition.

I found it absolutely hysterical Delilah "attacked" the stripper's tassels as her kitty nature overwhelmed her.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Mason on March 1, 2012
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Do you like strong characters that continue to grow and develop? Not to mention kick butt fight scenes. Then this is the series for you! Yasmine Galenorn has a round robin series, where the POV is changed in each book to a different lead character. IE: Book 1: Camille, Book 2: Delilah, Book 3: Menolly, Book 4: Camille, etc. I find this method refreshing and you get to know the main characters even better since you are seeing things through their eyes. Each book is not the same plot, and the story continually progresses.

In Shaded Vision (book 11), Delilah is the lead character and she is personally my favorite. Her character continues to grow up and be a strong woman that was not really there in the beginning of the series. There were a few parts that I did not like, such as talk of hair balls and litter boxes that she is too lazy to clean. Some events that happen are Iris bachelorette party and wedding, a bombing, a family secret revealed, fight scenes and much more. I could not put this book down, it kept me entertained and wanting to read more. Now to wait until the next book is released.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Serene Night on May 30, 2012
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I tried to read it Shaded Vision, I really did. But I found myself putting this book down, over and over again. I guess the truth is, I don't really like Del, Shade, or the Autumn Lord. I do like Menolly, and Camille... But for me, Del will always be the annoying little sister who the writer has to talk up to make interesting. So why do I read it? I guess its a habit... And stuff happens in Del's book that affect the rest of the series so I want to read them for stuff about Camille and Menolly.

First the whole story felt really difficult to believe. Why is a policeman consulting Del and why is Del involved in a police investigation? It felt strange to me, given she's NOT IN LAW ENFORCEMENT. Then the sisters all practically tell the victim's families about people they ALLEGEDLY feel might be responsible for the crime? It just felt really silly. What if they are wrong and someone gets lynched or killed because of this foolishness? The victims should sue.

Then there is her relationship with Shade. I'm sorry, but Shade has got to be one of the most poorly developed male leads I've read in a while. His relationship with Del is very shallow. He is the rebound guy, and yet its zero to sixty in the relationship so fast, there is absolutely no courtship or dating whatsoever. Del hardly knows this guy, and yet, they are soul mates in a matter of weeks? Then Del is willing to be a member of this Autumn Lord's harem and his servant on earth without so much as a protest? Doesn't sound fun to me.

I also really don't care about Chase, and the constant hyping of how secretly wunderbar the guy is... Eh. We got enough of chase being kidnapped twice. I could really love a Chase-free story.

Eh... I'm going to pass or skim Del's books from now on. I just think the character is weak, the plot shallow and the romance too underdeveloped for me..
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