My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I’m so happy to have Harper Blaine back! Similar in some ways, Seawitch (Greywalker #7) was a different story too. This trip with Harper Blaine and her ghosts kept me turning pages. The characters’ interactions were funny, intriguing, or sometimes curious, and I enjoyed getting to know them better.
It was interesting to see how Harper’s abilities (and her understanding of them) have changed. I sensed a change in her relationship with Quinton too, but I hope that doesn’t change too much! His secretive exit before their boat ride made me nervous. I guess I’m a little attached to him…
I especially enjoyed learning more about the character of Det. Solis. The interaction between him and Harper is always fun, but the reveal changed things. I was surprised Harper told him her secret so quickly, though it turned out well — it meant he would be a full participant in the madness that followed. (And he was due to find out!) His struggle with a reality so outside his experience was actually amusing — as an observer! I’m not sure he didn’t question his sanity — or Harper’s — by the end of the story.
I did like this line that came early in the story, when Harper was still debating with herself whether to tell Solis:
“I… sometimes have little disagreements with… um, with reality. And physics.”
Love it! Kat Richardson has come through again. Looking forward to the next one!