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To Walk the Night (Kat Redding) Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 2012

3.6 out of 5 stars 58 customer reviews
Book 1 of 5 in the Kat Redding Series

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  • Series: Kat Redding (Book 1)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington (January 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758268726
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758268723
  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 0.9 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,041,367 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy:
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This book more than lives up to it's kick butt cover art in terms of menace; fans of a darker, grittier brand of urban fantasy will love E. S. Moore's TO WALK THE NIGHT. Kat Redding stalks through the underbelly of a changed but recognizable version of our world, striking fear in the hearts of the predators that prey upon ordinary humans. It was almost impossible not to imagine Kate Beckinsale's leather-clad form as Kat, but unfortunately, no scruffy and handsome leading man appeared to fight by her side.

That lack of romance was one mark against TO WALK THE NIGHT, but my largest issue overall was the ambiguity of all the characters introduced. Everyone in this book, including Kat herself, has dark secrets and feet of clay. With so many conflicting good/evil signals bouncing around I had a hard time getting invested in any side of the conflict. There were a number of cinematic fight scenes and some interesting mythology details (I particularly liked vampire fangs cutting their gums when they emerge, a la Wolverine's claws), but pure mythology and action was not enough to keep me focused when I was unsure who I should really be rooting for.

Though things lagged for me in the middle, the book manages to end on a high note that has piqued my interest for book two. TAINTED NIGHT, TAINTED BLOOD will be available this summer, and since many of my favorite series started with a slow burning book one, I'm hoping that book two will delve a little deeper into the characters introduced in TO WALK THE NIGHT.

Sexual Content: Attempted rape, mention of sexual abuse.
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I read the book, which really was about one night where she kills a bunch of vamps. No potential love interest. No real character building other than the fact she kills alot. The story didn't really go anywhere. I was kind of bored by the end and really not interested in going further.
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This is one of those books that looks really cool it seems like it would be a fun read and it's totally in the genre that I love Urban Fantasy/Paranormal. I have not heard a whole lot about this series which has 3 books that were published within 2012. The whole premise of this book felt very much like Kate Beckinsale's character in Underworld except younger and not British. Kat is a vampire turned against her will, leather clad, who is out to get pretty much any vamp that moves. The opening scene is an action scene her killing a bunch of vamps, some weres and I believe even some humans who were friendly with the vamps. She is "Lady Death" which she hates, she lives with a guy who had gone through the same horrors as Kat and he pretty much lives his life to be her Q it seems. I didn't really feel any connection with the characters, I kept feeling like it was leading up to something really interesting .... then it didn't. The action scenes were great and really well written and the writing itself was pretty good, it's just the story didn't really come together, it wasn't something that grabbed you in. I felt like I was just skimming the surface of a pool but the tarp was covering it and you could never really dive in. Ok, I'm not a great at these analogies. Maybe I'll read the next one, maybe that will be the one that sucks me in, because sometimes that happens, sometimes the first book isn't what gets me it's the second or third. We'll see.
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I started with a good feeling of the book from the blurb and the sample. It quickly went down hill and reminded me of the comic book heroes of the 1990's. We have her going against all her instincts, losing control / acting impulsive, making stupid decisions, her identity is suddenly being found out and the final straw is the bad guys capture her instead of killing her. I quit reading at that point.
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This book was a tough one to get through even though there was a lot of potential. I did like a few of the things that E.S. Moore did with the "monsters" in this story. I liked how when the fangs protruded, it actually cut the vampire. I liked how the vampires not only got stronger with age, but could also change themselves as well. These few things just weren't enough though. I didn't feel like there was any character development or growth. The characters were a little one dimensional and I didn't feel any connection to them. I think the author tried with Ethan, but even that fell a little flat for me. I really wanted to like this book. I continued reading it, because I was hoping that it would get better as the story evolved. Unfortunately, it didn't get better for me. I'll never read this story again and I won't continue with the series.
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To Walk the Night is the dark, gory first installment in E.S. Moore's Kat Redding series. I did find myself somewhat bored for a little bit, as there is so much world building in the beginning. I call this my first book blues. Most Urban Fantasy series that I love suffer this, but I appreciate all the fascinating world building... Really pays off in the books to come. I'll definitely be reading Kat Redding #2.

The plot really hits off about halfway through, and then the story really flowed. This is a violent, gritty Urban Fantasy novel, so if you're looking for a lot of romance, this isn't the book for you. It is well written, has great flow and is easy to follow. The ride you take with Kat is an entertaining one.

Kat Redding is super badass. I mean, they call her Lady Death. I had a hard time connecting with Kat. I need to be able to relate to my heroine better than I could here, which is the only reason this didn't get four robots. I just couldn't understand some of her decisions. Regardless, there is endless action and a fascinating world that kept me flipping the pages. I highly recommend this book to any Urban Fantasy fan out there. I think E.S. Moore is really going to deliver in the sequel!
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