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- Publisher: Tantor Media, Inc; Unabridged edition (29 Jun. 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1400168015
- ISBN-13: 978-1400168019
- Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 1.5 x 18.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,064,523 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I relished this book. Enough excitement, astonishment, pathos, and victory to satisfy any reader.--Charlaine Harris on Kitty and the Midnight Hour
I relished this book. Enough excitement, astonishment, pathos, and victory to satisfy any reader. Charlaine Harris on Kitty and the Midnight Hour
Engaging . . . funny . . . . Very entertaining. "The Denver Post on Kitty and the Midnight Hour"
Fresh, hip, fantastic! "L.A. Banks on Kitty and the Midnight Hour"
Strong on characterization, Vaughn creates characters worth visiting time after time in this compelling world where vampires and werewolves have their own radio call-in show. "Booklist on Kitty Takes a Holiday"
Light romance, with elements of adventure and dark witchery. If this is the sort of light entertainment you're looking for, then "Kitty Takes a Holiday" will deliver the goods. "SF Site "
Not quite paranormal romance, not quite contemporary fantasy. Whatever label you care to apply, it's a pretty good romp. "Don D'Ammassa on Kitty and the Silver Bullet"
Carrie Vaughn is like Laurell K. Hamilton, only better. . . Nothing about her universe feels stale or worked over; if I didn't know better, I could easily assume she was alone in her field. . . . a gripping read. "The Accidental Bard on Kitty Raises Hell "
Leave it to Kitty Norville to take reality TV to a whole new gruesome level! Survival is the name of the game is Vaughn's fast-paced thriller, and the claustrophobic feel of this story is enhanced by Kitty's first-person viewpoint. It's nail-biting in the extreme. "RT Bookreviews on Kitty s House of Horrors "" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Well, Carrie Vaughn is not one of those authors: "Kitty Goes To War" tackles just that subject, throwing the radio werewolf up against some lycanthropic soldiers that are spinning out of control. It's also Vaughn's eighth werewolf book, but she keeps things fresh with brisk, clever writing and suspenseful subplots.
Kitty is summoned by the Army to help them deal with an unusual problem: a secret squad of werewolf Green Berets has gone wild because their alpha/commander has been killed. Now Kitty not only has to help recapture them (including the murderous new alpha), but help them learn to deal with the real world as werewolves. Easier said than done.
Also, Kitty is being sued by Speedy Mart's president because of a caller accusing him of magic weather terrorism -- and she soon realizes that the accusations may be true. But she has bigger problems to deal with when one of the werewolf soldiers goes AWOL to free his crazed alpha -- even as Denver is hammered by an ancient magic that might wreck the whole city.
"Kitty Goes To War" isn't a very accurate title, since Kitty isn't actually involved in a war at present -- she's just dealing with some of the nasty aftermath of war. But it's still a rollicking good read -- lots of blood, fur, madness and armed mayhem, as well as a magical conspiracy involving a chain of 7-11-esque convenience stores. What's not to love?
Vaughn does a good job juggling the various subplots and filling them with the right amount of action, romance and fantasy.Read more ›
In this book Kitty is contacted by her contact in the Centre for the Study of Paranatural Biology to come help with some soldiers who have returned from war. They were made into wolves by their team leader, who died on mission. Now they're home with no leader to control them they've gone wild and the Military needs help.
Kitty also has to cope with being sued for slander by Speedy Mart when she questions whether it has supernatural connotations on her show. Plus Cormac her old friend the Bounty Hunter is out of jail, and he's not quite acting himself...
This book is a gentle one of Kittys adventures. It doesn't have major plot overtones for the series and is similar in style to 'Kitty Goes On Holiday', it's a gentle one off that i really enjoyed.
I like that Carrie Vaughn deals with Kittys issues that came up in surviving the events of 'House of Horrors', so she empathises with the Post-traumatic stress the military wolves are feeling.
This book reaffirms Kittys selfless need to help others and reinforces how much you as a reader like her. Having Cormac have a mysterious personality issue going on is nice as it gives him something of a character revolution rather than going back to the old ways he had before.
If you love Kitty then dive in this books for you, same applies if your a werewolf fan, or like supernatural fiction.
With two strands to the story - one involving lycanthropic soldiers (cue an interesting reflection on mental illness), the other, the owner of Speedy Mart convenience stores accused of what is no less than 'weather terrorism' - it took for the two to combine before I was fully won over by Kitty Goes To War but, combined with the return of a favourite character of mine, won over I eventually was.
A great edition to the series which sees Kitty go from strength to strength. Alas, whilst good to have him back, it remains to be seen if the newly reformed/possessed? ****** (the afore mentioned favourite character of mine who I won't name here) will remain a favourite or if his story line will prove to be too absurd.
Copyright: Tracy Terry @ Pen and Paper.
Her role as Alpha of the Denver pack has really come along and faced with aggressive green beret military werewolves, she showed her status despite being fearful.
I found this book really interesting because it was showing another side to werewolves and specifically what happens when werewolves lose their Alpha. I liked the slant of a werewolf dealing with post traumatic stress of war and losing his team and pack to werewolf infighting. In showed the extreme difficulty of throwing supernaturals into war thinking their the ultimate soldier but everything has it's consequences.
This book did have another story threading through it regarding strange things happening at Speedy Marts which was good but for me the werewolf story took over.
I have to say that each book I fall more in love with Kitty and Ben as a couple. They have to be the sweetest couple in fiction. The way they look after each other and care makes me feel all swoony. Not overly sexual like most UF books these days but the love speaks at a more soul level and the ending was so lovely that I'm dying to read the next book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this author and another great book that i could not put down. Can't wait for the next one coming out.Published 9 months ago by S Logan
Five star exciting read. As always, Carrie Vaughn keeps the pace of the story flowing really well and brings strong characters into the mix. I love Kitty and her pack. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Angie Hackett
A fantastic read excellent storyline. Can't wait to read the next book author is very imaginative. Well worth a read.Published on 2 Mar. 2014 by L. M. Douglas
Fantastic set of books own 10 so far and just pre ordered number 11 cant wait for it to arrive then 12 comes out july so excitedPublished on 3 Mar. 2013 by Milo
Carrie Vaughn's Kitty Norville book sequence is quickly becoming, in this house at least, what is probably one of the best urban fantasy series out there. Read morePublished on 13 Aug. 2012 by Patrick St-Denis, editor of Pat's Fantasy Hotlist