Last week passed in a blur and not in a good way. The events of Paris are having their effects here as well and slowly we try to let life triumph over the terror but we do have a thought for all the victims.
Today , i'm sharing with you my thought of the second book in a series i've started this year and that i liked enough to follow up ( and still plan to) so here is my opinion on Poltergeist second book in the Greywalker series by Kat Richardson
Genre: urban fantasySource: gifted
Good but confusing that’s how i would resume this book... after reading book 1 i was happy to own the next book to read when i wanted and i don’t regret it but the change with book 1 is a little abrupt.In Greywalker, the character discovers her powers and we do it at the same rythm, now that she knows what she is capable off Harper is still adjusting and learning but more confident, i liked that.
This time she is investigating a sort of Poltergeist creation group. An university is founding a research on that topic and the professor in charge isn’t happy with the results thinking about sabotage.... it doesn’t start well when Harper dislikes the man but it gets worse when a murder is added... it’s where it gets confusing. The purpose of the research, the explanation and the real objective of the Professor all of that is really hard to understand, perhaps because i’ve been interrupted yes but in any case i didn’t like that feeling. I even had difficulty to replace some of the secondary characters from book 1.
Now i can’t say that the confusion is due to the lack of author’s research far from it but you really ned to stay focused on the book and nothing else to grab any detail that will be handy later , it’s not a book that you can start, put aside for later then come back to it the plot is too deep and detailled for that.
So, i did enjoy it but not as much as the first instalment and definitively not a read a would recommend when you want a light story without deepth. I do plan to continue the series though but i hope next one will be a little less confusing but still captivating.
Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review