A Shiver of Light (Meredith Gentry Series #9) [NOOK Book]

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I am Princess Meredith NicEssus. Legal name Meredith Gentry, because ?Princess? looks so pretentious on a driver?s license. I was the first faerie princess born on American soil, but I wouldn?t be the only one for much longer...

Merry Gentry, ex?private detective, now full-time princess, knew she was descended from fertility goddesses, but when she learned she was about to have triplets, she began to understand what that might mean. ...
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Overview

I am Princess Meredith NicEssus. Legal name Meredith Gentry, because “Princess” looks so pretentious on a driver’s license. I was the first faerie princess born on American soil, but I wouldn’t be the only one for much longer...

Merry Gentry, ex–private detective, now full-time princess, knew she was descended from fertility goddesses, but when she learned she was about to have triplets, she began to understand what that might mean. Infertility has plagued the high ranks of faerie for centuries. Now nobles of both courts of faerie are coming to court Merry and her men, at their home in exile in the Western Lands of Los Angeles, because they will do anything to have babies of their own.

Taranis, King of Light and Illusion, is a more dangerous problem. He tried to seduce Merry and, failing that, raped her. He’s using the human courts to sue for visitation rights, claiming that one of the babies is his. And though Merry knows she was already pregnant when he took her, she can’t prove it.

To save herself and her babies from Taranis she will use the most dangerous powers in all of faerie: a god of death, a warrior known as the Darkness, the Killing Frost, and a king of nightmares. They are her lovers, and her dearest loves, and they will face down the might of the high courts of faerie—while trying to keep the war from spreading to innocent humans in Los Angeles, who are in danger of becoming collateral damage.

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Editorial Reviews

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For more than four years, fans have yearned and begged for this new addition to Laurell K. Hamilton's steamy Merry Gentry series. Now the alluring Princess Meredith NicEssus has returned, bringing to the mix her unique brand of half-breed faerie erotic magic to justify her fertility goddess genes. A Shiver of Light will satisfy those fan cravings. Bestseller list bound.

Library Journal
06/15/2014
In this long-awaited sequel to 2009's Divine Misdemeanors, homegrown American faerie princess (and former PI) Meredith (Merry) NicEssus gives birth to enchanted triplets. But she knows from bloody experience that life in the faerie court is far from fairy-tale perfect. The constant target of ruthless relatives, Merry, along with her consorts and the other faerie who chose exile in the human world, has to be ready for dangers coming her way. VERDICT After a five-year hiatus, best-selling author Hamilton returns with a spellbinding series follow-up. Her ingeniously imaginative worldbuilding, erotically inventive plot, and dark lyrical narrative are still impressive and don't lessen now that Merry is a mom. Fans will rejoice as the author puts Merry and her merry men through their paces in and out of the bedroom. For new readers, the series, which has a strong R rating, should be read in order.—Debbie Haupt, St. Charles City-Cty. Lib. Dist., St. Peters, MO
Kirkus Reviews
2014-05-07
Fae princess Merry Gentry is about to give birth to triplets at the ad hoc Court she's established in Los Angeles, giving rise to political and personal complications across the faerie world and threatening those closest to her. Merry, born Princess Meredith NicEssus, is the first faerie princess born on American soil, with bloodline ties to both the Seelie and Unseelie Royal Courts. Having survived countless assassination attempts, she fled to California and lived a mortal life as a private investigator for years, but recently, her magic has awakened, and she has established her own household with powerful lovers while creating alliances with other supernatural beings. Both Fae Courts are likely ruled by infertile leaders, causing infertility in the population, so many faeries are following Merry to LA and pledging their allegiance to her, hoping she will help them bear children of their own. Meanwhile, her enemy, King Taranis, is using both magical and legal means to get Merry under his influence, all while Merry and her stable of lovers are settling in to life with three babies, from two different fathers. Paranormal superstar Hamilton returns to her Merry Gentry series with the same storytelling imbalance that affects most of her books these days: There's too much boring sex, talking about sex, and Merry waxing rhapsodic about her many, many lovers. We catch occasional glimpses of Hamilton's brilliant storytelling and compelling imagination, and the worldbuilding remains spectacular, with its many amazing physical and spiritual details—when we get to see it. Hamilton grew her reputation on her action-packed, supernatural storytelling and eroticism, and while we get slivers of it, we have to wade through too much banality to get there. A shadow of Hamilton's greatness, but avid fans waiting for the continuation of Merry's story will still buy it.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780698146631
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 6/3/2014
  • Series: Meredith Gentry Series , #9
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 1
  • Sales rank: 1,638
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Laurell K. Hamilton
Laurell K. Hamilton is a full-time writer. She lives in a suburb of St. Louis with her family. 



Laurell is also the author of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series which includes Guilty Pleasures, The Laughing Corpse, Circus of the Damned, The Lunatic Cafe, Bloody Bones, The Killing Dance, Burnt Offerings, Blue Moon, Obsidian Butterfly, Narcissus in Chains, Cerulean Sins, Incubus Dreams, Micah, Danse Macabre, The Harlequin, Blood Noir, Skin Trade, Flirt, Bullet, Hit List, Kiss the Dead, and Affliction.

Biography

The vampire genre has enthralled readers ever since Bram Stoker introduced a certain Transylvanian count over a century ago. Since then vampires have been used as vehicles for everything from romantic novels to erotica to humor to the expected tales of terror. However, very few writers have combined all of these facets of the never-say-die vampire quite the way that Laurell K. Hamilton has.

Hamilton has not always been under the spell of undead things that go bump-and-grind in the night. When she was a young girl, her literary tastes were a bit more on the traditional side. "I wanted to be Louisa May Alcott, who wrote Little Women, because I had never read any science fiction, fantasy, or horror," she confessed in a podcast on Mayor Slay.com. "Then at 13 or 14 I found Robert E. Howard's short story collection [Pigeons From Hell]. It was the first horror, the first heroic fantasy, the first science fiction I'd ever read, and the moment I read that I knew that not only did I want to be a writer, but this is what I wanted to write."

Furthering Hamilton's burgeoning fascination with the fantastic, she discovered Anthony Masters's The Natural History of the Vampire at her high school library. Coupled with the ghost stories her grandmother had told her when she was a child and heavy doses of Hammer Horror movies from Great Britain, Hamilton was well on her way to creating a character that would only be rivaled by Buffy in the field of vampire slaying.

Hamilton first introduced vampire huntress Anita Blake in her third novel Guilty Pleasures. Blake is an unlikely combination of action hero, federal marshal, "necromancer," and lusty dame. Her exploits between the sheets and in the graveyard won Hamilton a rabid following hungry for something new in the well-traveled vampire genre.

Along with the kinds of scares normally associated with vampire stories, Hamilton's books are notable for their unflinching eroticism. Vampires have had a sexual lure since Stoker, but Hamilton particularly draws that aspect to the surface of her work as one of her creatures might draw blood from a victim. "I [want] a kiss to be so believable it gives the reader shivers," she says on her website. "Two things I do well are sex and violence, but I don't want gratuitous sex or violence. The sex and violence is only as graphic as need be. And never included unless it furthers the plot or character development."

Another unlikely trait of her books is humor, vampire tales classically being of the more solemn sort. However, a writer weaned on a book titled Pigeons From Hell is not likely going to shy away from wit. Consequently, her books have been consistently entertaining and fun, as well as creepy and sexy.

Hamilton has also brought her delicious combination of sex, humor, and frights to another series, this one more ingrained in dark fantasy than horror. Her faerie princess/P.I. Meredith Gentry made her debut in Kiss of Shadows in 2001 and has since sparked her own crowd-pleasing sword and sorcery meets pulp series.

Increasingly, the Anita Blake and Merry Gentry books have added more sexual content to their story lines, classifying both series in a new hybrid genre that blends romance, erotica, and paranormal fantasy. To judge from Hamilton's consistent appearance on the bestseller charts, readers find the mix spellbinding.

Good To Know

One thing you will never find in a Hamilton novel is a cliffhanger. She believes that cliffhangers unfairly tease readers who would then have to wait six months to a year to have some sense of resolution. As she said during an interview with Bill Thompson of Eye On Books, "Every book is a full meal. All the way from the appetizer to the dessert, so that you come away feeling that you've had an experience... and at the end you have that satisfied, full feeling."

Before Laurell K. Hamilton made a full-time career of blood, guts, murder, and mayhem, she had more humane pursuits -- she volunteered at an animal shelter where she played with unwanted pets.

In our interview, Hamilton shared some fun and fascinating facts about herself with us:

"I am incredibly stubborn. Telling me I cannot do something, especially if you cite the fact that I am a girl, will make me want to do it more and do it better."

"I am not my characters. We have some of the same traits in common, but we are very different people."

"Everything inspires me. Getting up in the morning, walking the dogs, watching a music video. Inspiration comes from everywhere."

"I love animals. I own four dogs, two of whom are rescues. In fact, Jimmy is with us because they were going to gas him if we didn't take him with us. As an older dog his chances of finding a home were fairly slim. But he has been a wonderful addition to our home."

"I like spending time with my family and friends. Something I often feel I do not do enough of. But there are only so many hours in a day."

"I like to read other people's works. I love reading cozy or historical mysteries when I can."

"I enjoy interacting with fans at planned public events. I enjoy talking to them and have met many wonderful people."

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    1. Also Known As:
      Laurell Kaye Klein (birth name)
    2. Hometown:
      St. Louis, Missouri
    1. Date of Birth:
      February 19, 1963
    2. Place of Birth:
      Heber Springs, Arkansas
    1. Education:
      B.A., Marion College
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2014

    I have waited years for another installment in this series and I

    I have waited years for another installment in this series and I wish that the series had ended with the last book. Much of the book was repetitive, although the play on inter-personal relationships was nice, I don't appreciate her pulling such a startling ending in the last few chapters with very little build up or going against her previous books, why is there now suddenly a third baby? Why do her men not heal anymore? Why is she deemed "ruthless" but not actually ruthless in her actions to protect those that she loves? You're telling me that the goddess went through all the trouble to help her only to abandon her when she need her help the most? Too many inconsistencies between her books and a complete let down, if you liked this series pretend this book doesn't exist.

    29 out of 34 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2014

    Plot. ¿You keep using that word. I do not think it means what yo

    Plot. “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

    It should be noted that I’m usually the fan who stands up for Laurell’s work when others bash it, but there’s no defending this piece of rubbish. It’s the worst book I’ve read from her, period. I wasn’t expecting a masterpiece, but I was hoping for something frame-worthy.

    The good: We have babies! And we get to see them born. And . . . yeah, that's about it for the good.

    The bad: Everything else. This book is one big, ugly canvas covered in layers of info dumping, beat-you-over-the-head repetition of character descriptions, a few scenes of unappealing smexiness, and a lot of emotional splatter framed by pieces of weak plot (the births, “visits” from whackadoodle relatives, court drama, and the pointless death).
    Seriously, y'all. Just get on the waiting list at the library or buy the paperback when it comes out. It won't be worth the wait, but at least you will have saved some money.

    23 out of 25 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2014

    Disappointed :(

    I dont think Hamilton went back and read her previous books. Many questions were answered in previous books that were brought up again in this book, like the issue if Merry's mortality. In the 3rd or 4th book Merry duels with another Sidhe and wins and the sidhe doesnt die, which is supposed to show that Merry is no longer mortal. This is just on of many inconsistency in this book though....

    So many unanswered questions by the end of this book and no plot until the last couple of chapters make me glad i used a gift card for this book. Definitely NOT worth the wait. Dont waste your money folks....

    20 out of 22 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2014

    I loved Laurell K. Hamilton's first books in the Anita Blake ser

    I loved Laurell K. Hamilton's first books in the Anita Blake series. They were raw and real and made me love her as an author. Her latest books have been a disappointment; this book included. The long awkward conversations in the middle of her sex scenes where every one restates everyone else and bring up things that constantly break the mood of the story. The reiterations of every line that the characters repeat ad nauseam. The rushed endings and the missing details that leave you wondering if Hamilton is writing because she loves it or because she has to meet a deadline. it is almost like there is a word count that she has to meet and all through the book she throws in as many nonsense and unnecessary thoughts and dialogues to make the word count, then when she gets to the end, she just throws something together so she doesn't go over. the last chapter of the book was so unfulfilling that it left a bad taste in your mouth. So many things left unsaid that should have been wrapped up and clarified. She might as well have ended the series with the last book. a whole lot of rose petals and crying.

    20 out of 20 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2014

    It's been five years since the publication of Divine Misdemeanor

    It's been five years since the publication of Divine Misdemeanors and this novel was NOT worth the wait. 90% Filler. 10% Plot.

    GIven the numerous plot inconsistencies, I question whether Hamilton even re-read the earlier books before starting this one. I still can't waited FIVE YEARS for ... this.


    18 out of 19 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2014

    What a waste of time!

    As I read this book , I got the feeling laurell wrote herself in a corner and could not find a good way out. A waste of money and time on a book that seem to be thown together and not well thought out. Laurell what were you thinking you are better then this piece of work.

    17 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 4, 2014

    I was about to buy this book, been waiting so long for it to com

    I was about to buy this book, been waiting so long for it to come out. but after reading you guys review of the book i will go to the library and save my money. So sad 

    15 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2014

    Didn't measure up...

    Let me start by saying that I loved this entire series, but if I knew it would end like this I don't know if I would read it. I have waited so long for this book and it was a dud. I just finished it about 30 minutes ago and I can't even remember a note worthy scene. The book made me angry and let down, and to top it off the end of it didn't promise any future books and it left you either wanting to throw your phone, nook, our book our three window. I guess I can be sort of glad about no more books because I will definitely not pay $12 for another from this series. Makes me almost not want to purchase the next Anita Blake novel that she writes if it was as rushed as this....almost. So basically, no "epic" fighting, no cool magic, no sex, boring, merry cries all the time and out of the 350 some pages only about 15 of them are interesting. So upset!!!!!!!

    14 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2014

    Unexpected disappointment

    I love the Merry books and even bought a second set for my nook. I was shocked by the lack of content and how often scenes and plots were re used. Whoever edited this book did a very poor job in allowing phrases to be repeated multiple times as well as details to be explained three or four times in one chapter. Time for a new editor to prevent junk feom getting published!

    13 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2014

    I'm really dissappointed in the book. I am shocked she killed S

    I'm really dissappointed in the book. I am shocked she killed Sholto off and the ending was horrible. What the hell happened. I love the Merry books but this one was not worth the wait.

    12 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2014

    Took forever to get here...

    The years waiting for this book left me worried how the book would be. Now that it is hear and I have read it I am again at odds with myself. The good points of the book 1. Merry gives birth and we get to meet the babies 2. We finally know who the dads are. 3. We learn a little more about the men. 4. We learn a little more about the goddess working through Merry to help the humans soldiers. 5. we learn more about Biddy and Nicca's baby and more about Mauve's baby. Now for the bad 1. for every question answered 5 more come up. 2. Some of Merry's men are now mortal but no answer as to why 3. The book felt unfinished if this is the last one it sucks for an ending. 4. The book felt like it jumped around alot 5. at least 30 pages of this book are repeated statements over and over again like I forgot in a chapters time. Over all not a bad book but I wanted more after so long of a wait it just felt so rushed. I love merry and her men and I really hope there is more room come because there are way to many unanswered questions.

    9 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 9, 2014

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    I have never been so angry as I was after reading this book. The

    I have never been so angry as I was after reading this book. There is so much senseless pain and cruelty in the real world, why would you put such senseless death in a fiction novel. The rest of the series had hope and life and though, yes, this did have hope and life in it, it was entirely unnecessary to have such a pivotal character die for no reason. There was no gain from his death. No positive light shown on his demise, which came in the last few chapters. This just cast a hideous light on the whole book that it makes you wonder who the author is going to kill next. Who of either of her series is she going to kill for no apparent reason just because he has some physical imperfections, or because he wasn't absolutely necessary to the plot of the story?

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2014

    Disappointing

    Very disappointed,

    8 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2014

    I have loved het books and liked her books but this time I wonde

    I have loved het books and liked her books but this time I wonder did Laurell even write this one.  I hated this book!  I hope if there is ever another book for this series she can undo the damage, maybe this book was  just a very bad dream and start over.  I believe that will be the only way to make this worth the money.  Thou I will never preorder any more of her book.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2014

    Wow.....Really?

    After waiting for years to find out what happens to Merry and her guards this is what we get? What did the author do? Have really bad Thai food and use the time she was trapped on the commode to churn out this turd of a book? Never again.....

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 31, 2014

    I Also Recommend:

    Laurell K. Hamilton¿s Merry Gentry series is one of my favorites

    Laurell K. Hamilton’s Merry Gentry series is one of my favorites. With lots of sexy fae, mystery, and incredibly damaged (and demented) rulers, Merry’s life is never boring. I didn’t even mind the wait (ahem, sort of) between A Shiver of Light and the previous one, Divine Misdemeanors. There were so many plot threads left open (babies and daddies and old magic) that I felt I had to find out what happened. I should note that it is fairly important to read the books of this series in order. Too many moving parts, an abundance of characters, and incredibly complex world-building may make reading A Shiver of Light by Laurell K. Hamilton far too confusing without the history provided in previous books.As always, Laurell K. Hamilton comes through! Just wish it wasn't so long between novels!  

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2014

    Is this really the best she could come up with after 5 years?

    So Sholto dies. (I think everyone knows that by now if they are reading reviews.) But Merry never cries? She cried through the ENTIRE book but she couldn't cry when he dies? And Taranis just up and abdicates when Merry gets some unexplained dream powers and there is no follow up other than some other guy taking over? And now some of her men are mortal with no explanation why and suddenly Andais has real feelings and there are three babies? By the way, that is the entirity of the story line. The rest is a lot of people crying and piles and piles of rose petals and stilted, redundant conversations. I cant believe I spent $12.00 for this. Why bother to write a book ifyou are not really going to put any effort into it?

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2014

    Very disappointed in this one. I've lover her stuff up until th

    Very disappointed in this one. I've lover her stuff up until this point but this one just seemed rushed. Almost like she just had to meet a deadline. Not much of a storyline and almost no action in this book.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 23, 2014

    After waiting 4yrs, this is what we got? It seems Laurell Hamito

    After waiting 4yrs, this is what we got? It seems Laurell Hamiton was hitting the wine a little too much. Conversations were literally repeated through the book and she wrote what Merry's "favoritest" place is:/ Did the editor even glance at the book, or were they I imbibing with Laurell? Honestly I thought this book could be a drinking game. Have a shot every time someone says, "What do you mean?" or "I don't understand?" Double shot when Merry says it. I've read every book and that is why I hung in there, but if she's lost her desire to write then just stop. Don't give us this slop. Seriously, 5 pages spent describing and inexplicable crying jag. Less effort was used with one of her lover's murder. God I hope she's embarrassed for releasing this tripe:(

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2014

    Please tell me that was not the end.I understand leaving a bit t

    Please tell me that was not the end.I understand leaving a bit to the imagination,but come on .Your killin me here! I personally need a little more resolution then that.I am hoping really hard for one more book,at least.I love these characters and would like to see them hanging in the wind.Which is where I felt they were in the end.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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