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  • Mass Market Paperback: 293 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press (31 Dec. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1250037948
  • ISBN-13: 978-1250037947
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.1 x 17.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Praise for the Edie Spence series

"I was swept away in the force with which it built and the raging rush to the finish. I'm more attached to Edie than ever. This is urban fantasy of the highest order." "--""Angieville"

"An innovative read that offers a whole new look at paranormal creatures and the humans who happen to live in their world. Readers are sure to enjoy this book, and will be eager to see what awaits Edie next." "--""RT Book Reviews"

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"I enjoyed every bit of this book. Edie Spence series is for sure one of the best UF books around." --"Under the Covers"

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"Immense fun with incredible world building. Alexander adds wonderful new facets to old myths and legends and a completely new spin on everything." -"Fangs for the Fantasy"""

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"Steamy and entertaining...Edie's growing personality--and the cliffhanger ending--will keep fans hooked."" --""Publishers Weekly"

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"Full of action, fantastic characters and situations that will make you want to kick some bad guys where it counts." "--""Urban Fantasy Investigations"

"The story is richly detailed, the plot is complex and "Edie Spence" is absolutely delightful. A winning blend that's not to be missed." "--""Rabid Reads"

""Moonshifted "is even better than the first. There was more action, more snarkiness, and even more sexiness. I can't wait to read more from Alexander and more about Edie Spence." - "Book Sake"

"Dark and clever full moon insanity that will get into your blood, crawl under your skin and haunt your dreams." "--"Sherrilyn Kenyon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the "Dark Hunter" series

"The best debut I've read all year. "Nightshifted" is simply amazing!""--"Kat Richardson, bestselling author of the "Greywalker" series

" Edie Spence has a distinctive, appealing and no-nonsense style that you won't quickly forget. Add to that a paranormal population that needs medical care for some very odd reasons, and you have a winner of a debut novel."" --"K

Praise for the Edie Spence series

"Cassie Alexander's first book about Nurse Edie Spence is dark and energetic. You'll really enjoy it; I'm looking forward to reading the others in the series."--Charlaine Harris, New York Times bestselling author of the Southern Vampire Mysteries
"I was swept away in the force with which it built and the raging rush to the finish. I'm more attached to Edie than ever. This is urban fantasy of the highest order." "--""Angieville"

"An innovative read that offers a whole new look at paranormal creatures and the humans who happen to live in their world. Readers are sure to enjoy this book, and will be eager to see what awaits Edie next." "--""RT Book Reviews"

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"I enjoyed every bit of this book. Edie Spence series is for sure one of the best UF books around." --"Under the Covers"

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"Immense fun with incredible world building. Alexander adds wonderful new facets to old myths and legends and a completely new spin on everything." -"Fangs for the Fantasy"""

" "

"Steamy and entertaining...Edie's growing personality--and the cliffhanger ending--will keep fans hooked."" --""Publishers Weekly"

" "

"Full of action, fantastic characters and situations that will make you want to kick some bad guys where it counts." "--""Urban Fantasy Investigations"

"The story is richly detailed, the plot is complex and "Edie Spence" is absolutely delightful. A winning blend that's not to be missed." "--""Rabid Reads"

""Moonshifted "is even better than the first. There was more action, more snarkiness, and even more sexiness. I can't wait to read more from Alexander and more about Edie Spence." - "Book Sake"

"Dark and clever full moon insanity that will get into your blood, crawl under your skin and haunt your dreams." "--"Sherrilyn Kenyon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the "Dark Hunter" series

"The best debut I've read all year. "Nightshifted" is simply amazing!""--"Kat Richardson, bestselling author of the "

Praise for the Edie Spence series

"Edie Spence has a real talent for getting into trouble and somehow getting out of it. But she's loyal and tough and determined, and these are all characteristics you want in an urban fantasy hero. We can all look forward to what happens next." --New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris

"I was swept away in the force with which it built and the raging rush to the finish. I'm more attached to Edie than ever. This is urban fantasy of the highest order." "--""Angieville"

"An innovative read that offers a whole new look at paranormal creatures and the humans who happen to live in their world. Readers are sure to enjoy this book, and will be eager to see what awaits Edie next." "--""RT Book Reviews"

" "

"I enjoyed every bit of this book. Edie Spence series is for sure one of the best UF books around." --"Under the Covers"

" "

"Immense fun with incredible world building. Alexander adds wonderful new facets to old myths and legends and a completely new spin on everything." -"Fangs for the Fantasy"""

" "

"Steamy and entertaining...Edie's growing personality--and the cliffhanger ending--will keep fans hooked."" --""Publishers Weekly"

" "

"Full of action, fantastic characters and situations that will make you want to kick some bad guys where it counts." "--""Urban Fantasy Investigations"

"The story is richly detailed, the plot is complex and "Edie Spence" is absolutely delightful. A winning blend that's not to be missed." "--""Rabid Reads"

""Moonshifted "is even better than the first. There was more action, more snarkiness, and even more sexiness. I can't wait to read more from Alexander and more about Edie Spence." - "Book Sake"

"Dark and clever full moon insanity that will get into your blood, crawl under your skin and haunt your dreams." "--"Sherrilyn Kenyon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the "Dark Hunter" series

"The best debut I've read all year. "Nightshifted" is simply amazing!""

Edie Spence has a real talent for getting into trouble and somehow getting out of it. But she's loyal and tough and determined, and these are all characteristics you want in an urban fantasy hero. We can all look forward to what happens next.--New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris on the Edie Spence series

Dark and clever full moon insanity that will get into your blood, crawl under your skin and haunt your dreams.--Sherrilyn Kenyon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Dark Hunter series, on the Edie Spence series

The best debut I've read all year. "Nightshifted" is simply amazing!--Kat Richardson, bestselling author of the Greywalker series, on the Edie Spence series

Edie Spence has a distinctive, appealing and no-nonsense style that you won't quickly forget. Add to that a paranormal population that needs medical care for some very odd reasons, and you have a winner of a debut novel.--Kate Elliott, author of the Cold Magic series, on the Edie Spence series

Fresh, exciting, dark, and sexy, Nightshifted is excellent urban fantasy that grabs you by the throat and pulls you along for a wild ride. Cassie Alexander is an author to watch!--Diana Rowland, author of Mark of The Demon, on the Edie Spence series

A fast, sexy return to the utterly unique world of Edie Spence. "Moonshifted" takes the world Cassie Alexander presented in "Nightshifted" and adds a whole new level of danger and intrigue. Absolutely recommended.--Seanan McGuire, award-winning author of Ashes of Honor, on the Edie Spence series

Edie Spence has a real talent for getting into trouble and somehow getting out of it. But she's loyal and tough and determined, and these are all characteristics you want in an urban fantasy hero. We can all look forward to what happens next. New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris on the Edie Spence series

I was swept away in the force with which it built and the raging rush to the finish. I'm more attached to Edie than ever. This is urban fantasy of the highest order. "Angieville on the Edie Spence series"

An innovative read that offers a whole new look at paranormal creatures and the humans who happen to live in their world. Readers are sure to enjoy this book, and will be eager to see what awaits Edie next. "RT Book Reviews on the Edie Spence series"

I enjoyed every bit of this book. Edie Spence series is for sure one of the best UF books around. "Under the Covers on the Edie Spence series"

Immense fun with incredible world building. Alexander adds wonderful new facets to old myths and legends and a completely new spin on everything. "Fangs for the Fantasy on the Edie Spence series"

Steamy and entertaining Edie's growing personality--and the cliffhanger ending--will keep fans hooked. "Publishers Weekly on the Edie Spence series"

Full of action, fantastic characters and situations that will make you want to kick some bad guys where it counts. "Urban Fantasy Investigations on the Edie Spence series"

The story is richly detailed, the plot is complex and "Edie Spence" is absolutely delightful. A winning blend that's not to be missed. "Rabid Reads on the Edie Spence series"

"Moonshifted "is even better than the first. There was more action, more snarkiness, and even more sexiness. I can't wait to read more from Alexander and more about Edie Spence. "Book Sake on the Edie Spence series"

Dark and clever full moon insanity that will get into your blood, crawl under your skin and haunt your dreams. Sherrilyn Kenyon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Dark Hunter series, on the Edie Spence series

The best debut I've read all year. "Nightshifted" is simply amazing! Kat Richardson, bestselling author of the Greywalker series, on the Edie Spence series

Edie Spence has a distinctive, appealing and no-nonsense style that you won't quickly forget. Add to that a paranormal population that needs medical care for some very odd reasons, and you have a winner of a debut novel. Kate Elliott, author of the Cold Magic series, on the Edie Spence series

Fresh, exciting, dark, and sexy, Nightshifted is excellent urban fantasy that grabs you by the throat and pulls you along for a wild ride. Cassie Alexander is an author to watch! Diana Rowland, author of Mark of The Demon, on the Edie Spence series

A fast, sexy return to the utterly unique world of Edie Spence. "Moonshifted" takes the world Cassie Alexander presented in "Nightshifted" and adds a whole new level of danger and intrigue. Absolutely recommended. Seanan McGuire, award-winning author of Ashes of Honor, on the Edie Spence series

Alexander's first novel launches a new series that should appeal to fans of medical thrillers as well as urban fantasy. "Library Journal on the Edie Spence series"

"Nightshifted" is like a dark and twisted version of "Grey's Anatomy" with vampires, zombies, and werewolves taking up residence in County Hospital's Y4 wing...The story moves at a similar pace to a hospital setting where there are small lulls in action and with sudden, even frantic bursts of action. That sort of pacing made "Nightshifted" an exciting read as I was constantly on edge, waiting to see what was going to happen next. "All Things Urban Fantasy on the Edie Spence series"

I loved this book. What a breath of fresh air! A very strong start to what promises to be a wonderful new series! "My Bookish Ways on the Edie Spence series"

Nightshifted brought me back to E.R. with the added fun of paranormal creatures because it is a fresh voice and premise among the crowded shelves of Urban Fantasy, I eagerly anticipate what's in store next for Edie and her colleagues. "Clear Eyes Full Shelves on the Edie Spence series"

Alexander has created a wonderful world of paranormal that we don't usually get to see. Edie Spence is so wonderfully human in a world of ghost CD players, vampires, zombies, weres, shifters and crappy pay checks. Read this book and you will be swooning (I promise), yelling and laughing all at the same time. A must read indeed! "Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and Fantasy on the Edie Spence series"

Edie is a fun character with heart and charisma, making it easy to fall for her and want to see her succeed in all of her adventures, whether they be dealing with paranormal patients, evil vampires, or potential lovers. If you like your urban fantasy to have a dose of romance, then "Nightshifted" is for you. Highly recommended. "The Debut Review on the Edie Spence series""

About the Author

In addition to being a writer, Cassie Alexander is an active registered nurse. All of her patients are of the human variety she thinks. She is the author of the Edie Spence Novels, including "Nightshifted," "Moonshifted," and "Shapeshifted.""


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Not too many books are a perfect 5 star, but this came so very close!

This was by far one of the most exciting and horrific novels I have read in a long time. This novel went a long way from a speculative fiction novel and straight on to a horror novel. This was something I would have expected Stephen King or one of his ilk to concoct.

I must warn you that this novel does end on a bit of a `cliff-hanger' note and you will need to read the next one Bloodshifted (Edie Spence Novel)to find out just how Edie is going to get out of her predicament, or if she even does.

Edie and Asher are taking a little cruise 10 days to be precise. While on the first leg out to Hawaii passengers start getting very sick. At the same time Asher thinks, and then is sure, that there is someone on board who he knew in one of Asher's previous shapes. Someone who has done evil and is still be doing it.

Now Edie must find Asher who is missing on the ship AND try to see if she can help passengers during this catastrophe. Time is running out though, as Edie and her little band of misfits tries to save the day.

I hate to be clichéd or trite, but I hate the fact that I started this novel late last night. I wanted to stay up all night to read it and to find out just what the heck was happening, but sleep overtook me...darn need to sleep!

Ms. Alexander has done a fine job with this novel. Edie is no longer spouting off about nursing on every page and has grown quite well as a character. The secondary characters are interesting and the plot line is quite riveting. There are a few new `other-worldly characters introduced into this story as well and that is always a good thing, although I would have liked their parts to have been bigger.
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This is one of the few series, my dear readers, where each consecutive book is much stronger than the previous one. Kate Daniels by Ilona Andrews is another series that comes to mind.

Cassie Alexander likes shaking things up. Her heroine not only goes from bad to worse, she also changes locations and her situation just when we start feeling comfortable with it. And damn, for a change, this is sooo good!

Deadshifted is one of the best urban fantasies I've read in a while. The whole thing happens on a cruise ship, for God's sake! How fantastic is that?

Archer, Edie's shapeshifter boyfriend surprises her with a romantic cruise to Hawaii, and for once Edie is looking forward to some relaxation time with her steady and suave man candy. However, everything goes to hell pretty quickly when first Archer recognizes a villain he dealt with in his previous "incarnation" as one of the guests on the cruise and then kids begin falling ill and die one after another, and the whole cruise ship becomes one eery, dangerous quarantine zone.

With Archer trying to find out what's going on under his guise as a doctor, Edie is left to her own devices with passengers throwing themselves overboard, attacking each other for food or spilling their guts in hot tubs all around her.

Even Edie who is used to all sort of disgusting, horrible things from her job as a nurse is taken aback and is really very afraid. The death toll goes higher and higher, there is no sign of Archer, and along with a crippled old couple and an orphaned little girl she has to find a way to survive and get off the god damn cruise ship.

Gripping, suspenseful, scary and with an unbelievable twist in the end, this is a glorious read! Highly recommended, and I honestly cannot wait to see what comes next.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Dark, twisted and even a little frustrating 31 Dec. 2013
By RabidReads - Published on Amazon.com
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The EDIE SPENCE series has been all over the map for me; it took a while for me to get into the story line but after giving the last installment 5 stars, I thought that Cassie Alexander had finally hit her stride. Unfortunately in DEADSHIFTED’s case it was more of a one step forward and two steps back type of scenario. This book takes place solely on a cruise ship which is almost always bad news in my opinion; having only the one local put a damper on the plot development and caused the action to become monotonous after a while. Edie and Asher’s relationship is also on the fritz in this novel and there’s an obscene amount of deaths on board the Maraschino which made the overall tone of this installment pretty dark and depressing. The whole experience left me feeling rather… blah. I miss the shenanigans and quirky coworkers from Y4.

The unique medical aspect of this series was at the forefront once again in this latest book; from Edie’s obsessive hand washing compulsion to feeling like she’s betraying her entire profession by dating a doctor. Her compassionate nature and dedication to helping others really shines through in DEADSHIFTED even though at times I couldn’t exactly understand it. Her willingness to sacrifice her and her unborn child’s lives to help complete strangers baffled me; she wouldn’t take a little pill because it “might” hurt her baby but she’s willing to give herself up to this story’s big bad to save three Maraschino crew members. I couldn’t help but feel like her priorities were a little off.

Alexander does a fantastic job of describing the death and destruction that takes place on board the cruise ship. Personally, I would have preferred there to have been a lighter side to this installment but I can’t fault the author for her honest rendition of a fatal outbreak. I couldn’t help but be morbidly fascinated by the rows upon rows of dead bodies and by the harsh reality the infected were forced to face.

Edie Spence has the worst taste in men. Seriously! I’m finally over her creepy zombie ex boyfriend but I’m not entirely convinced that Asher is much better. Sure, he doesn’t stink or have pieces falling off but he has hundreds of personalities inside his head and is used to doing pretty much whatever he wants. He also unnecessarily risks himself and his relationship with Edie to satisfy his curiosity. Maybe I’d be a bigger Asher fan if Alexander hadn’t completely skipped over the 6 months after SHAPESHIFTED when they were happy. I’ve never really gotten to see these two lovebirds at their best so it’s hard to say whether they are a good match.

I’m giving you fair warning because this installment ends on a monster of a cliffhanger with implications that could potentially change the entire direction of this series. DEADSHIFTED is a dark, twisted and frustrating read that’ll have you hating yourself for wanting more but, you will want more.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars "My mind was an angry dog, chasing after endless cars." 15 April 2014
By Mark Louis Baumgart - Published on Amazon.com
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As the fourth novel in the Edie Spence series starts, Edie is in trouble again. She's going on a long waited for vacation with her soulmate, the shapeshifter Asher, and it's a cruise, and maybe she's pregnant. Edie's confused, can a fey actually get a mundane human pregnant? Well, the answer will surprise nobody, but until she knows for sure, she decides to keep Asher in the dark about this.

As Edie hates being on the high seas, she's either suffering from sea sickness or morning sickness. Ah, what the heck, why not suffer from both? Fun times.

But both Asher and Edie will have more to worry about than Edie's pregnancy as somebody from Asher's sordid background has resurfaced on their little cruise to happiness.

Cassie Alexander essentially flushes away all of Edie's past supporting cast and starts afresh with whole new plotlines and characters in an attempt to create a book that can be read independently. Unfortunately, it's also a book that seems to take frigging forever to get started. I had to struggle to keep reading, as while Alexander tosses us a hint or two as to what's coming, it really takes until almost page EIGHTY for anything to happen.

And then things go from bad to worse for Edie, as people start getting sick, and then people start getting dead, and Edie's condition starts getting worse, is she infected? And the person behind everything seems to be Asher's old employer/enemy.

And then Edie becomes a mommy by proxy.

And if you think that things couldn't get any worse, the Shadows show up. The Shadows are a race of wraithlike creatures that feed on strong negative emotions, and they're almost invulnerable, however, now they need Edie's help. And they're scared. Something bad is coming, and of course, this does nothing to calm Edie down as she can't conceive of anything that could scare the Shadows.

Then the dead, and the living, start mutating, as there is something that is growing inside them, and these things want out, out of their hosts.

About the halfway mark Alexander has clearly left this series' roots in the urban fantasy field long behind it, as with this novel gives us a plague, monsters, madness, madmen, mad scientists, murder, conspiracies, horror, terrorists, and lots of bloody death. "Deadshifted" by Cassie Alexander eventually starts reading more like a novel as published by Permuted Press rather than an urban fantasy.

On the good side, this is a novel that actively puts Alexander's, and by proxy, Edie's medical background to really good use, and realistically portrays the selflessness of those that are dedicated nurses. Kudos for this.

On the negative side, well, where does one begin? The long drawn-out start of this novel is one. Does it really take EIGHTY PAGES to start a novel? No, it doesn't.

Then there is the ending. Well, there isn't one. There are too many plotlines left dangling, and the novel itself just kinda, sorta, more or less runs out of pages without wrapping anything up.

******Spoilers ahead******

I wasn't surprised to find out that there are marine fey, but the rules seem rather vague. Okay, mermaids can become landbound, but to do so they have change to a landbound creature. And how do they do this? Uh, good question. Evidently they have to suck the air out of somebody, and then through sheer willpower they can change. Oh yes, and they can change us mere mortals into fey if they want to. How? Good question. It's never really answered, and why didn't this mermaid save her landbound husband?

And then there are the monsters that pop up after the three-quarter mark. These creatures evolve inside people and then destroy the hosts, escape to the sea, and replicate, So what happens to the thousands that are now loose in the ocean? Aw heck, why ask?

Then about the Leviathan that has the Shadows running so scared? This thing is massive, and it's a shipkiller, and it's loose in the ocean. Loose. Plot. Thread.

And then there is what eventually happens to Edie. Clearly Alexander has either no respect for her audience, or she had written herself into a corner. However, even I can see where Alexander took a wrong turn here. I don't like these stupid cliffhangers, or these open endings. They're crass money grabs, and they are a form of literary blackmail that demands that the reader fork over their cash and time for the next novel.

Edie has always been a mortal woman, feisty to be sure, but still a mortal woman trying to deal with the much stronger paranormal, and keep her head above water while doing this. As such, she represented the everywoman that the reader could identify with. Well, forget that now, Edie's not going to be Edie anymore.

And considering the dire direction that this series is bound and determined to go, I'm not sure I even care to read or buy any of the future novels in this series. Because of all of these faults, and because of Edie's constant boneheaded decisions, I almost gave this book two stars, but the book's last half, until the god awful last few pages, does rock. But really, Alexander is just coasting here, and the stakes are high, there's just too much to read to keep giving us these duds. C'mon Cassie, you can do better.

For this site I have reviewed these previous books in this series:

Edie Spence #1: Nightshifted (Edie Spence).
Edie Spence #2: Moonshifted (Edie Spence).
Edie Spence #3: Shapeshifted (Edie Spence).
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars sad 23 April 2014
By E. T. - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been displeased with an authors' decision about a story line before, but never this bad. Also, the balance is usually restored and I feel better about the characters. There are too many horrible things in this world, I want my entertainment to have something uplifting about it. I wish I had not read this book without the next one being available already. Maybe the next book will be better.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Opening the door to an future filled with infinite possibilities. 5 Jan. 2014
By J. Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
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This book in the series feels like a transition book, it's part 1 of 2 but that doesn't stop me from loving it just the same.

The setting and events in the book exactly depict why I will always talk myself out of going on a cruise ship, not because of the supernatural nature of what happens but because of the realistic nature of how a virus can spread within a contained environment.

The author's medical background continues to make this series one of the most realistic series I've read and the way she's able to pull on her background to give life to well death is impressive.

Deadshifted opens the door to a more complex life for Edie and I'm trilled to find out what path that door opened on.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Skip It 12 Jan. 2014
By Wanda L. Somrajit - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Edie was intolerable in this book. She made a lot of dumb decisions that led to poor outcomes. I gave one star for effort. I keep hoping Edie will get smarter with each book, but she doesn't.
The plot is terrible and I found myself skipping pages due to boredom. I mean, it's been done.
If you must read this edition, I suggest you borrow it from the library.
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