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Reap the Wind: A Cassie Palmer Novel (Anglais) Poche – 3 novembre 2015

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Praise for the Cassie Palmer Novels:

“The urban fantasy equivalent of a summer blockbuster.”—SF Site

“Chance takes her place along[side]...Laurell K. Hamilton, Charlaine Harris, MaryJanice Davidson, and J. D. Robb.”—SFRevu

“Karen Chance will enthrall you.”—USA Today Bestselling Author Rebecca York

“A series well worth getting hooked on.”—Fresh Fiction

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From the New York Times bestselling author of Tempt the Stars comes the latest in the series that's "well worth getting hooked on"(Fresh Fiction).

You’d think that being chief seer for the supernatural world would come with a few perks. But as Cassie Palmer has learned, being Pythia doesn’t mean you don’t have to do things the hard way. That’s why she finds herself on a rescue mission skipping through time—even though she doesn’t entirely understand her dimension-bending new power.

Rescuing her friend John Pritkin should have been an in-and-out kind of deal, but with the near-immortal mage’s soul lost in time, Cassie has to hunt for it through the ages—with Pritkin’s demon dad in tow. He’s the only one who can reverse Pritkin’s curse, but with the guardians of the timeline dead set on stopping anyone from mucking about, Cassie will have to figure out how to get her friend back without ruffling too many feathers—or causing a world-ending paradox or two....

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HASH(0x9d26cee8) étoiles sur 5 Stop teasing 4 novembre 2015
Par Jen (Red Hot Books) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
I understand the concept of dangling a carrot in front of your audience and then using it to reel them in. In this series, since about book two, the carrot for me has been a pairing of Cassie and Pritkin. Every time I crack open another installment, I think to myself, this is going to be the one where the story really advances. Some have been more impressive than others. I loved Hunt the Moon. Others, like this one, don’t really take us very far from where we started. To which I say, just give me the darn carrot. I’m tired of chasing it. I am tired of feeling jerked around with it. It’s time to give readers a payoff and come up with something new to keep us excited.

Two books back, Karen Chance ended Hunt the Moon on the epic cliffhanger of Pritkin being dragged to hell. Nearly the entirety of the next book was spent with Cassie trying to rescue him, only to have the Demon Council send his soul back in time, leaving us hanging again. Guess what happens at the end of this book. Guess if this thread is resolved. Guess whether you’ll be able to walk away satisfied.

It’s not like I didn’t enjoy the book. It would be so much easier if I didn’t. Because I don’t want to give up the stupid carrot, yes, but also because I like Cassie. She is such a great underdog. She is completely underestimated by everyone around her. Yet she is always left standing in the end. I like that she is slowly starting to build a team of her own, that she is relying less on the resources provided for her. Her first acolyte, Rhea, is a great addition. Cassie is not only growing stronger, but she is also recognizing that in herself, which I love.

I’m still interested in the vampires and the senate, and even Mircea. But I am getting downright disturbed at the love scenes between him and Cassie. The last two books have been spent with Cassie’s heart and soul devoted to saving another man and Mircea is there for a about 5% of the story and she is shagging him. I understand there is a Mircea team, but they can’t any happier with this disparity than I am. It feels like Chance is trying to play both sides and it doesn’t work anymore, if it ever did.

I liked seeing Dorina, though again, we’ve been coyly pulling this thread for too long.

Believe it or not, I liked Rosier. I enjoyed his interactions with Cassie. And boy, did I love 24-year-old Pritkin. There are some great scenes. But it’s like taking a scenic drive for 6 hours that ends a mile away from home. The ride is good, but I also want to get somewhere. To be fair, I think Cassie has some good character building. I think her relationship with Rhea and her ties to the other girls she rescued will have an impact moving forward… as will her determination to seize the respect and power she is due. But, despite copious amounts of action and a few bits of sexy time, we just don’t get anywhere.

Do I really want to see what happens in Ride the Storm? Of course I do. The cliffhanger has done its job. But how many times will it keep working? The carrot is getting old.
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HASH(0x9cdb221c) étoiles sur 5 My Kindle almost went airborne ... again! 5 novembre 2015
Par freyyjaa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I agree with a previous post ... stop teasing us! I thought that this book would at least complete the rescue of Pritkin, who is my favorite character. Instead, we are yet again left with a colossal cliffhanger which drives me crazy. I am obviously in the team Pritkin camp and with the foreplay dragging on for literally years I'm getting seriously frustrated. Enough already! I was even a little extra upset since Mircea, whom I don't particularly like, seems to be the only lucky one.

I honestly thought that the story was going to advance more than it did. In earlier books it seems like there was a lot more dialog between the characters and in the last few there's been so much action it's almost hard to visualize. I do like action in books, but not if that is what completely dominates it. I feel for Cassie since I almost feel as worn out as she does by the end of the book.

I really do like the series and have patiently awaited each installment but it seems as though a time spell has been put on it and every new book only covers a few days. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that the next book will finally find me smiling at the end of it.
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HASH(0x9cdbc3b4) étoiles sur 5 Dissapointed.... 10 novembre 2015
Par True_Kat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I love this series. I really do. But I feel like the past two books have been all about trying to rescue Pritkin (which has yet to happen) and things are not moving along. Don't get me wrong, I like to read the characters back stories but it is starting to feel stagnant. I also didn't like that Cassie was very fatalistic in this book.... I always have bad luck, I'm not as good as Agnes, I'm not as good as my mother (Artemis), etc. She sounded whiny in this book. I much preferred the "Hey, it might not be perfect but I'm going to do it anyway" attitude of previous books. At the end of the day, I felt this book was too long to have ended exactly where it started: still looking for Pritkin.... That's my opinion anyway; I like some resolution in my stories.
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HASH(0x9cdbc498) étoiles sur 5 Another enjoyable win in a complex story-line! 8 novembre 2015
Par Harbinger7 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
. Reading Karen Chance's personal web page, I know that she had intended this book to be more pages, and when the publisher told her to size it down, it meant a re-write while still keeping to the original release date. People should turn their ire toward the actual villain of the piece, the publisher, because it the affected the actual story. She has another book coming out (again, the publisher is messing with her) which I think will provide more progression.

Karen is building toward a bigger story arch, and readers need to know each book is a building block leading toward an epic conclusion.
The world that Karen Chance has created is complex and refreshing. I love Cassie's character because she's smart, and inventive- and she's still not just learning her powers, but her place in the world. These books are a growing process for her. I don't care how long the series extends out her relationship with Pritkin as long as we keep getting Cassie's stories. Karen Chance's whole series - including Dorina's remind me of a roller coaster ride filled with a frantic, full-filled adrenaline rush. The heroines are kick @ss but it's more because they are smart and clever, rather than because she is a superior force.. Her secondary characters are just as rich and filled out as the lead protagonist, so when she needs help, (which is often) it's from a team that we care about as well.

I have yet to read a series where the characters are so fun, likable, and smart enough to deal with a complex story line. I would equate Karen's books with Game of Throne's with the machination's between the different supernaturals but without the misogyny and gloom.

I can't tell you how many times I've re-read these stories, and still find something new and rewarding.
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HASH(0x9cdbc4a4) étoiles sur 5 So worth waiting for! 3 novembre 2015
Par Marta Cox - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Finally we get another book about the insane world that Cassie Palmer lives in! So much goes into these books that I'm not surprised it takes so long to write them but I really could do without the cliffhangers . The last book ( Tempt the Stars) left her friend John Pritkin in dire straits and Cassie is right back doing what she does best, travel back in time and take on any and all who get in her way! She's a tough little cookie having grown up surrounded by vampires and I think it's safe to say that she understands vampires and their politics far more than she does her fellow humans and magic users. Now this time she has the help ( hindrance?) of Rosier who as Pritkins dad you would think has his sons interests at heart but never underestimate this wily fellow, no Cassie is well and truly in a pickle and this review is so hard to write without spoilers but I will try my best.
Ok Cassie can time travel , cast spells but never as well as others it often seems, she's stubborn , resourceful and frustrates the hell out of those around her. This instalment was hilarious when Cassie and Rosier popped up in Wales but it's the pathos woven into the story that gets me. Cassie is being challenged from all sides but she has a strong protective urge and we see her at her best. Cassie may appear fragile and weak but she is a survivor and will fight for those she considers hers and let's face it as Pythia , the worlds leading psychic doesn't the whole world in some way belong to her? So yes this author makes me smile but she has the reader routing for Cassie and when the action gets going it's unstoppable . It's like a movie playing in the theatre of my mind worthy of any of the best directors out there. Beware though so much is going on that at times the reader is in danger of whip lash!
I waited so long for this book but it was worth it.
I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review
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