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Not Your Father's Horseman

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2013


    Jaypaw nodded and trotted beside her back to camp. His large tail swung back and forth, his black tufted ears swiveled slightly, and his stocky build bounced slightly because of his trot. From a distance, the big apprentice looked more canine than cat.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2005

    3 stars.

    Learning that she is adopted is only one of the first of many shocks that Nikki Jefferies will encounter in the days ahead. Her dreams have taken on a strange realness that is prfoundly disturbing, though that experience does pan in with her current writing project, a book on haunted houses. As she sets up in one purportedly haunted inn, the mysteries only deepen. Each answer she finds raises more questions. She discovers she might be a powerful Shadowmage, but her aura has hints of all the magics. Moreover, a ghost wants to draw Nikki into the Shadow world, and will stop at nothing to bring her there. As her heritage unfolds, Nikki is given the duty to restore the balance between worlds. The Horsemen of the Appocolypse are coming, but is the world ready for them? *** Although the viewpoint shifts are rather poorly done and the novel is perhaps too condensed it feels as if some details are lacking, this is an enjoyable read. Ghosts with a reality that is hard to differentiate from true reality is a seldom used, but always intriguing concept. Science and fantasy blending in a world is always interesting. If the series continues, then perhaps some of the more meager details will be fleshed out and make fuzzy points clearer. ***

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