Revenant (Greywalker Series #9)

Revenant (Greywalker Series #9)

by Kat Richardson
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Revenant (Greywalker Series #9) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Barb-TRC More than 1 year ago
Revenant by Kat Richardson is the 9th and final book in her Greywalker series. I had heard a lot about this series, but unfortunately had not read any of the previous books. With no time to go back and read all the books in this series, which I would have loved to do, I did some research and reviewed all the descriptions, as well as many reviews of each book. Once that was complete, I dove into Revenant. It was an exciting storyline, with a wonderful heroine, in Harper Blaine, who is a PI. Harper died for two minutes in the first book, and when she came back to life, she was a Greywalker. What is a Greywalker, you ask? She can step in the grey in between world of life and death, which includes ghosts and monsters. Harper over time, learned to use this new ability to be able to help ghosts and others as a PI. Each book, had its own missions for Harper. Quinton is Harper’s lover, who in this book, she has not seen in a year, as he was out of the country trying to find his evil father. This is the focus of this story, as Quinton’s father, and Rui, powerful mage are in the process of using ghosts, bones, and magic to bring upon the destruction of the world as we know it. Quinton asks Harper to help him and come to Portugal. Harper brings her friend, Carlos, who is a master vampire to help them. What follows is a very complex story of the ultimate evil that seems unstoppable the entire way. It was very good storyline, but I did suffer the consequences of not reading the other books. Perhaps the other stories didn’t matter, and read well as a standalone. Technically this probably was ok to read as a standalone, but I found myself somewhat confused at first with the grey world, and then all the details of what the mages were doing. Kat Richardson has created a very exciting, but detailed story. I came away amazed at how she was able to write things about bones, magic and ghosts helping the villains, and make believers out of us. It was a hard read for me with so much going on, and the in depth details. But I have so much respect for Kat Richardson, for the research she had to have done, as well as her imagination. If you have read this series, you will love this book. If you have not, I suggest you start at the beginning, which I wish I had the time to do.