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Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson: Moon Called, Volume 1
     

Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson: Moon Called, Volume 1

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by Patricia Briggs
 

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Mercy Thompson inhabits two worlds without truly belonging to either. To the human inhabitants of the Tri-Cities she's an oddity, a female mechanic operating her own garage. To the town's darker residents, werewolves, vampires, and fae, she's a walker, a last-of-her-kind magical being with the power to become a coyote. Mercy warily straddles the fine line dividing our

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Mercy Thompson inhabits two worlds without truly belonging to either. To the human inhabitants of the Tri-Cities she's an oddity, a female mechanic operating her own garage. To the town's darker residents, werewolves, vampires, and fae, she's a walker, a last-of-her-kind magical being with the power to become a coyote. Mercy warily straddles the fine line dividing our everyday world from that darker dimension... 'till a boy, mauled by vicious werewolves and forever changed by the attack and on the run from those who committed the crime, appears at her door. Now her two worlds are about to collide! Outnumbered and out-muscled, can Mercy possibly save the boy... or even herself?
Five Mercy Thompson novels have topped the New York Times best-seller list, and her premiere graphic novel Homecoming did the same. Now Patricia Briggs' heroic shape-shifter returns to comics!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781606902998
Publisher:
Dynamite Entertainment
Publication date:
03/01/2011
Series:
Mercy Thompson Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
113,094
File size:
49 MB
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Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson: Moon Called, Volume 1 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the book and I love the graphic novel. They picked the best scene's to draw and the story is just as good as the book. I had to drop one star because some of the art wasn't quit as good as I thought it could be but I'm an artist so that is just being picky. I love the fact that you can get graphic novels on my nook. Deffenitly check this one out.
13CelticLady More than 1 year ago
The Mercy Thompson books are one of the best series I have ever read! The action is always complete, keeps one on the edge of their seat and unable to put the book down until they've reached that last page. Thereafter, one longs for the next book to "appear," or be there to pick up and begin reading the continuation of her story.  Wonderful fun and fantasy collide in ways that most wouldn't think it could! Must reads all of them! 
LoveParanormalBooks More than 1 year ago
This graphic novel is a new rendition of the Patricia Briggs Moon Called novel. It follows the story very well and adds some pieces that either I missed during my reading of the novel or were background that was hinted at but not included. At any rate, the only issue I had was that Adam, Bran, Samuel and Charles really didn't look anything like my imagination has them portrayed so I was a bit disappointed by that. Still the story was good and the additions were a real treat.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
You know how when you're caught up on a series, then you wait (impatiently) for the newest book and you see there's a long waiting list and all that? Then while waiting, you find there's a prequel and graphic novels to ease the wait. I sometimes wonder whether I should read the spin offs, sequels or prequels of series I liked or thought were okay. I go for a yes and no on that one. But because I miss the characters and liked the last book in the series so far, I thought, let's see how this one is. And I got to say that it was nice, seeing how the characters meet and yay for Mercy and Stefan slowly budding friendship. And hello Adam and Mercy meet! But I got all excited for the Mercy and Stefan moments honestly. And Tad is freaking adorable and Zee is pretty much how I imagined him in a way. And maybe its how he's drawn but he kind of reminds me of a human, uh fae, version of a Goron (the leader one). Maybe its the hair? Anyway, the art at times was weird but was really good with the fight scenes. It didn't bother me from enjoying the story. So this is one of those where the art is good to okay. Other times, the art isn't as good or the story isn't that good as well with some series, Vampire Academy from what I heard (graphic novel form) comes to mind, same can be said for the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter graphic novels. Basically, this was good set up to the series and at the end with the different art style for the characters was interesting to see.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just got this and the whole book isn't there! I'm not sure if I just don't know enough about graphic novels but I thought I was getting the whole story
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vlhhaight More than 1 year ago
After reading book #1 I had to buy all the other books in this series. Alot of times after reading the first book of a series the others are just not quite as good as the first.But not with this series!
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I would rather have a regular book, comic books don't work well on a nook!!!
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GmaWi More than 1 year ago
book would not down load on my computer you have to have a nook color and I am unable to get one.