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Not Flesh Nor Feathers (Eden Moore Series #3)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    a satisfying mystical tale

    The unrelenting torrential storm sends the Tennessee River over a dam flooding Chattanooga. The rising waters sweep away many homeless while Eden Moore worries about her scheduled move into a new riverside apartment. However, suddenly rising like phoenixes out of the flood is twenty-nine long dead corpses.----------- The nine-decade old deceased were stuck in the river mud until the storm freed them. They demand justice, but no one knows who they are, who killed them, or how they were buried there. Like an invading zombie militia they march on the already horrified city. A psychic Eden realizes they are heading to historical Read House, residence of ghostly Caroline Read who was involved in a massacre almost one century ago.------------- The third Eden Moore medium sleuth tale (see WINGS TO THE KINGDOM and FOUR AND TWENTY BLACKBIRDS) is an entertaining supernatural thriller that grips readers once the zombies begin their quest that changes from justice to vengeance. Eden is terrific as she tries to find a resolution that will meet the demands of the paranormal invaders who find the city different and the sources they seek dead. Although the ending seems abrupt with a last second frenzy, Cherie Priest provides a satisfying mystical tale.---------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted January 3, 2011

    highly recommend it!!!

    Edan Moore is a great strong female character. An American version of Lisbeth Salander. Girls who would never need or want to the prom queen. All of Priest's books are excellent, filled with great period detail, with an interesting southern point of view of people and events. Doesn't anyone in Hollywood read?

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  • Posted May 15, 2010

    A supernatural breath of fresh air.

    Today, I finished this installment of the Eden Moore series; after marathon-reading the other two in less than a month.

    All three novels (Four and Twenty Black-Birds, Wings to the Kingdom and Not Flesh Nor Feathers, ) are a fun and thrilling, escape. Eden Moore is a likable character that is easy to relate to. The supernatural descriptions throughout the series are well written making them both believable and electrifying.

    One common theme the series lacks, is a compelling love story. To some, this may be a relief after reading romance ridden, supernatural series' such as Sookie Stackhouse and Twilight.

    Definitely worth picking up, I will certainly read new installments.

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