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Werehunter Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 1999
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". . . highly, highly recommended. . . ". -- Kliatt
From the Back Cover
FROM THE WOMAN WHO REDEFINED FANTASY
In the short span of a few years, Mercedes Lackey has risen from an exciting new talent to a reigning superstar of fantasy. Last year's Fiddler Fair was a showcase of the wide scope of her talent, ranging from fantasy to science fiction, from screwball humor to macabre supernatural terror. Now comes the successor to that top-selling volume, Werehunter.
Lope through the night with a young woman who has been given the power to transform herself into a leopard, but who now finds herself pursued by a hunter who is more than human. Follow the adventures of Skitty, ship's cat extraordinaire, and telepathic problem-solver. Ride with a late night driver on a solitary road who learns that what appears to be a piece of cardboard blowing across the road is actually something very sinister in disguise. Join Lackey's celebrated occult detective Diana Tregarde as she attends a gathering of romance writers and encounters a visitor whose passionate desire is for fresh, warm blood. Return to the world of the Heralds of Valdemar. And there's much more.
Lackey's many fans will know what to expect: unforgettable characters in spellbinding stories from a grand master of fantasy and science fiction. And readers just discovering her have a treat in store.
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That said, I have found this collection to be delightful. The essay about the wild birds and the raptors was fascinating and informative.
Being an Andre Norton fan myself, I found that the story about the shape changers in Ms. Norton's world very satisfying.
As for the Kitty stories, I had read them a while ago but still find them entertaining.
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- "Introduction" is about raptors and rehabbing. Exile's Honor and "Gray" & "Gray's Ghost" were included in The Wizard of LondonStar Man's SonRead more
This collection includes tales of both S'kitty and S'cat as well as other very imaginative shorts. An excellant read.