Raven Calls (Walker Papers) Paperback – 21 Feb 2012
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About the Author
C.E. Murphy is the author of more than twenty books along with a number of novellas and comics. Born in Alaska, currently living in Ireland, she does miss central heating, insulation and sometimes--snow but through the wonders of the internet, her imagination and her close knit family, she s never bored or lonely. While she does travel through time (sadly only forward, one second at a time) she can also be found online at www.cemurphy.net or @ce_murphy on Twitter
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However, that was basically my only complaint with this book. The rest of it was grade A awesome. The narrative was fresh and funny as ever. Joanne has always been comical, but some of her inner thought processes in this one had me laughing out loud. I love the way she weighs up her options when she faces a new situation or danger. She counts them on one hand, then on the other hand, then on the third hand...it really tickled me. One of my favourite passages that displays this:
"On the positive side, I'd caught a banshee with nets before. On the less positive side, it had taken Sheila's help to hold it in place. But on another positive side, I was a lot more confident in my powers than I had been then. Of course, on the negative side that confidence was currently stymied by a werewolf bite and general uncertainty about using my skills at full bore.Read more ›
To buy or not to buy: Buy, most definitely - its even worth rereading!
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