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[ Canyons Of Night (Looking Glass Trilogy (Audio) #03) - Greenlight ] By Castle, Jayne (Author) [ Jul - 2012 ] [ Compact Disc ] CD-ROM – 28 Jul 2012


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  • Publisher: Brilliance Corporation (28 July 2012)
  • ASIN: B00IEVQA5G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By LEP VINE VOICE on 7 Sept. 2011
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Set on the planet Harmony in the future, this book is part of the Looking Glass series, although that didn't occur to me when reading it, and possibly the start of new series.

Rainshadow Island on Harmony used to be the strong-hold of pirate Harry Sebastian when the first colonists set up on the planet, and the Sebastian family still own and protect part of the Island known as The Preserve. Strange things happen in the preserve that mess with the senses and the minds of humans. So there is a protective "fence" to keep the unwary out and perhaps to keep what inhabits the Preserve, in. The Canyons of the Night, refer to the dark canyons within the Preserve.

Slade Attridge and Charlotte Enright met when they teenagers on the Island, they go their separate ways and fifteen years later meet again. The strong attraction between them is still there.

Charlotte now runs her late Aunt's antique shop on the Island and Slade has just been appointed police chief, after an accident ruined his previous job on the mainland. A romance soon blossoms between them, but Slade is only going to be on the Island on a temporary basis.

There are break-ins to Charlotte's shop, someone is searching for something and also something appears to be stirring in the Preserve. (Cue for scary Jaws music!)

An interesting, fast-paced novel. Which, however doesn't answer the question of what is in the Preserve. So, there's definately scope for another novel, which will presumably star the Sebastian family.

Looks like the Crystal Gardens is going to be the follow on. I have to admit that I am confused now, as I read that this book was part of the Looking Glass series. However, the book title now appears to say that it is Book1 in the Rainshadow Island series. HeyHo, it was good whatever is/was.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DebF on 3 Sept. 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is Book 3 of the Looking Glass Trilogy, but it clearly also starts a new series, set on Rainshadow Island in the Amber Sea, on the planet of Harmony (where a little psi-talent is required just to turn on the lights).

Charlotte Enright is a rainbow-reader talent, who sold up her antiques shop in Frequency City to move back to the island. There, she's taken over Looking Glass Antiques, which she inherited from her aunt Beatrix. She's proof that even Arcanematch can't always find you the right special someone.

Slade Attridge is an FBPI (Federal Bureau of Psi Investigations) hunter, who was raised in the foster care system because his mother died when she was twelve, and his father when he was two. He's recently returned to the island to take on the role of police chief for Shadow Bay - at least for now.

Rex is a dust bunny who has a liking for Thelma Duncan's zucchini bread and very expensive taste (which would be a concern for Slade, except for his "Rex is not my dust bunny. We're buddies, that's all" attitude).

Devlin Reed is thirteen, living with his grandmother (Myrna), and is a potential psi-talent.

There's an area of the island surrounded by a psi-fence, called 'The Preserve', which is controlled by the Rainshadow Preservation Foundation (and the Sebastians) which has caused deaths in the past, and could easily do so again.

Together, they make for a rollickingly good adventure! There is murder and intrigue, and some really weird puppet-type dolls. There are wonderful descriptions of psi-infused antique pieces, and brilliantly depicted small-town characters like Fletcher Kane (mayor) and Jasper Gilbert (artist).
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Format: Paperback
Canyons of the Night is the latest in a series of novels set on the planet Harmony. It takes place on Rainshadow Island, till now an unknown place on the map of Harmony, the futuristic world where psi powers wake ancient alien remains.
This is a romance first and a suspense thriller second. I found it good fun to read, but not one I would care to buy, as once you know who is doing what to whom, all that is left is the sparkling attraction between the two main characters (who, undoubtedly by the next book, will be married!).
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By J. A. Swan on 16 April 2014
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The island of Rainshadow is home to the mysterious, privately-owned woods known only as the Preserve. Charlotte Enright and her teenage crush Slade Attridge(now chief of police) have both returned after 15 years away. With Slade's psi talent and his dust bunny Rex combined with Charlotte's psi talent they explore what is going on in Rainshadow.
I did enjoy this book both Charlotte and Slade grew to likable characters and you met some of the others that you meet in the next book that live on Rainshadow.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gareth Wilson - Falcata Times Blog TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Aug. 2011
Format: Paperback
Jayne Ann Krentz has to be one of the busiest writers in the genre as to a certain extent it feels that theres a new book out every few months, yet that said, they all have something different for the fans, whether it's the lead characters or the plotline and something very dark and mysterious that attracts the reader to the series.

As usual, the adventure leads to romance, complications and new discoveries as the principle protagonist keeps takes series fans to the island of Rainshadow which many have yearned to visit. All in well written, cleverly plotted and a decent enough overall arc.
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