I absolutely loved the first book in this series that I read so when I unfortunately missed the second, I was a tad worried that the third would lose me and ruin what was a great memory. Luckily for me, it didn't with the return of vulnerable powerful seers who not only endear themselves through their vulnerability but also with their courage. It's an absolute corker of a read with great pace, lulls as well as high action points and perhaps best of all allows the heroine to grow. Add to the mix beautifully utilised info dumps that don't over burden the reader but enhance the overall arc and you've got a story that will definitely keep those pages turning long into the night.
on 10 January 2008
This is the third book in a series about Natalie Lindstrom who has a gift/curse. Natalie has the power to speak to the dead, to solve crimes by interviewing murder victims. But now she wants to escape the voices that fill her head and the organization that has used her and now wants to recruit her daughter. So Natalie takes an unofficial job with an archaeologist in the mountains of Peru. She is to find a trove of priceless artifacts-by channeling those who lived and died at an ancient Incan site in the Andes. Natalie finds herself in a fight for her life when she discovers thing aren't what they should be. Alone, cut off from her family, Natalie faces a chilling realization that things will never be the same again.
This is a thriller/paranormal story which twists and turns. Well worth reading the first two in the series first.
1) Through violet eyes
2) With red hands