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Night Vision (Indigo Court #4)

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Eons ago, vampires tried to turn the dark Fae in order to harness their magic, only to create a demonic enemy more powerful than they could have imagined. Now, even with Myst, the Queen of the Indigo Court, temporarily out of action, the new Queens of the Golden Wood find themselves facing incredible danger...

Destined to become the Fae Queens of Winter and Summer, Wind Wit
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Mass Market Paperback, 322 pages
Published July 2nd 2013 by Berkley
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(Tori-Smexybooks) smexys_sidekick
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Favorite Quote: “Life is often an illusion, Cicely. Illusion that is very real, very strong, but still-place the right amount of force on the right spot and it breaks.“

Night Vision, the fourth installment of Yasmine Galenorn’s dark and sensual fae fantasy, picks up right where Night Seeker ended. Well-plotted and cast with characters that are strong and personable, Night Vision is filled with taut suspense, delicious intrigue, and dang
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Carrie (Book Fairy) Fort
Sep 24, 2012 Carrie (Book Fairy) Fort rated it it was amazing
Shelves: indigo-court
FAIRY THOUGHTS
Favorite Line(s) “You are my everything. You are my Queen. Do not let the darkness swallow you, my love.”

“We stood there, linked, twin-cousins, fire and ice against the shadows outside, as they grew dark and long, and looming.”

“I can hardly wait to claim our marriage bed,” he whispered. “Anywhere, loving you is a joy, but when we are married…when you are my Queen and I your King, all will be right with the world.”

“In every battle, there is a death. The loser may laugh it off if the
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Ivy
5 stars

RIP Rex and Anadey. Glad Cicely became the Queen of Snow and Ice. Also glad that Rhiannon became the Queen of Rivers and Rushes. Nice to see Grieve, Chatter, Luna, Kaylin, Peyton, and Ysandra. Bye, bye Geoffrey and Leo. Scary that Crawl got released. Hope they will be able to stop Myst!!!

Can't wait to read Night's End!!!
Kathy Davie
May 02, 2013 Kathy Davie rated it it was ok
Shelves: urban-fantasy

Fourth in the Indigo Court urban fantasy horror series revolving around Cicely Waters, a young fae queen-in-waiting.

My Take
I had been so looking forward to this story, and ended up gagging my way through it. Galenorn can't have it both ways. Either the girls are aware of the danger they're in or they're not. Because I can't believe anyone can be this stupid. Cicely is supposed to be so street smart...is she in a coma?

It was like reading schizophrenia-mania with Cicely claiming that, ooh, Gregory
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Beth
Sep 25, 2013 Beth rated it really liked it
Shelves: kindle, own
Cicely and Rhiannon are coming to terms with being the queens of the fae courts. The coronation is fast approaching as well as the plans for their joint weddings. But behind all the planning the uncertainty of their future and what they are to become is overwhelming both cousins.

It is not all joyous planing, danger lurks around every corner. Geoffrey and Leo have released the blood oracle, Crawl, and he is slaughtering his way through town with a single focus of getting to Cicely. Leo wants to r
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Michelle
Jul 05, 2013 Michelle rated it it was amazing
Since my Kindle broke this week, I was stuck reading on my iphone. Even though I hate reading on my phone (I feel like I'm constantly flipping pages), I read this entire book on my phone- was even up too late because I was so engrossed in it.

Is this a standalone book? Oh no, I don't believe you should read this book if you've never read the first three. I think most people would honestly start it and stop it and never go back. I definitely believe that you need the backstory to have have any ide
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Samantha (Book Lover's Cozy Cafe)
Jun 09, 2013 Samantha (Book Lover's Cozy Cafe) rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2013
I was hooked the moment I started this series. I was fascinated by the work that was created, But as I read through each book, it fascinated me even more with the characters, and storyline. This one did not disappoint. It's got some wild twists and turns in it, that keeps you salivating for more. And Grive he's the most understanding, most patient being in the world. It's going to be an epic book for the finally of this series.
Shannon Dyer
Feb 13, 2014 Shannon Dyer rated it really liked it
Round up to 4.5 stars. This is my favorite in the series so far. I loved the emotional, introspective parts. I'll be sad to say goodbye to Indigo Court after the next book.
Anne
Jul 11, 2013 Anne rated it it was amazing
CIcely has to fight against the evil of Geoffrey and Leo while waiting to be crowned - great book. Yasmine never disappoints.
Kelcey
Well, that one was full of awesomeness. So much happening that I pretty much read this in one sitting!
Michel Sizaire
Mar 11, 2017 Michel Sizaire rated it it was amazing
Looking forward to reading book 5 of the series
Eva Millien
Aug 26, 2014 Eva Millien rated it it was amazing
The Blood Oracle has been set loose upon New Forest, Washington and Rhiannon has been kidnapped and Cicely must lead her forces in a bloody battle to save her cousin before everything they have worked for crumbles to dust in this captivating urban fantasy.

This fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers on the edge with lots of suspense, action, and drama. The well written scenes inspire vivid images and capture the imagination and the well orchestrated suspense and drama draw the reader de
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Melliane
Oct 10, 2013 Melliane rated it liked it
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My English review

I have a little trouble with the Yasmine Galenorn’s series: Sisters of the Moon, which I think, lacks a little something. But I did not know anything about this series, so I was curious to see how it would be. And I must say that despite the context which is close enough, I liked this one a little more than the other that I have read.

I do not know the other novels, and I confess I do not know what they are about but I love novels on faes and I was very curi
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Shell
Jul 09, 2013 Shell rated it it was amazing
I make it a point to read every Yasmine Galenorn book (fiction) that is released as soon as I'm able to get my hands on a copy. And while I enjoy her Otherworld series very much, the Indigo Court is my favorite. This newest installment, Night Vision, did not disappoint me.
Life handed me a crappy event earlier this week, so I was very happy to finally get this book as it allowed me to escape from life for a while.
Cicely and Rhia are on the fast track to becoming the queens of Winter and Summer an
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Ashley E
Jul 27, 2013 Ashley E rated it really liked it
Shelves: owned, first-reads, y-08
The fourth book of the Indigo Court shows the rise of Cicely and Rhiannon as queens, and the final downfall of Geoffrey and Leo, but also introduces some new problems and brand new creatures.

If you've been reading this series, you know how chaotic Cicely's life has been up until this point. It's not about to get any better. With enemies on all sides and everything a priority, things are going to hell really fast. Galenorn's usual darkly sensual writing is paired with a pace that just won't let u
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LilyElement
Night's Vision is book four in the Indigo Court series. This is a dark Urban Fantasy series, that I highly enjoy. There is always a ton of fighting, and the villains are truly wicked, they're fae vampires. The book's main character is Cicely, she's a owl shifter that also controls wind. In this book, Cicely and her cousin Rhiannon are finally crowned the Fae Queens of Winter and Summer. Every Queen needs their King, so they are also marrying their loves since childhood. Most of the book is showi ...more
Michelle
Jul 05, 2013 Michelle rated it it was amazing
Since my Kindle broke this week, I was stuck reading on my iphone. Even though I hate reading on my phone (I feel like I'm constantly flipping pages), I read this entire book on my phone- was even up too late because I was so engrossed in it.

Is this a standalone book? Oh no, I don't believe you should read this book if you've never read the first three. I think most people would honestly start it and stop it and never go back. I definitely believe that you need the backstory to have have any ide
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Jackie
Once more into the fray we charge, and the emotions run amok in this one as do the enemies who would love to take Cicely down for good.

Following in the footsteps of Night Seeker, 3rd book in Indigo Court series, Night Vision takes us deeper into the turmoil and strife that plague Cicely and her friends. The book also takes the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride during several events which push boundaries that so far have been avoided.

Filled with enough action appealing to those who prefe
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Michelle
Jul 02, 2013 Michelle rated it really liked it
Another amazing read from Yasmine Galenorn. If you have not read the three previous books in the Indigo Court series, do not start here. There is an overarching storyline and standing characters that would be too confusion to start here. In fact, I’ve enjoyed all books until now and I still needed the character glossary in the back just to refresh my memory. Cicely and her cousin Rhiannon are preparing to assume their roles as the Fae Queens of Winter and Summer and even though they has banished ...more
Kim
Mar 10, 2014 Kim rated it it was ok
I have always really liked this gritty series. The author writes about things that most would not care to read about. So for me, I was hooked from the first book. What can I say, I'm a lil rebel. ;)

Having said that I wanted to LOVE this book. Unfortunately, 75% of this book moved at a snails pace. As in, not much action at all, unlike in the previous books.

Without spoiling the read for other readers, it leaves off where the last started. Rhia and Cicely being Queen elects to opposite Fae courts
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Jenevieve
May 15, 2013 Jenevieve rated it it was amazing
Shelves: loaned-out
The 4th book in the Indigo Court series. Cicely and Rhiannon are trying to come to grips with the upcoming coronations as the Queens of Winter and Summer respectively and prepare for the wedding to the loves of their lives. There is a lot to do and much to learn in a short period of time before Lainule, the previous Queen of Summer, aging and preparing to leave for the Golden Isle. Geoffrey and Leo are still at large and word has come down that they have managed to free Crawl, the Blood Oracle, ...more
Vannessa
This series is brilliant and I love that this book took us away from the fight against Myst and more into the proper vampires fight this time. But never fear, Myst is not quite gone, just yet.....

Cicely and Rhiannon are getting ready to become the Queens of their courts - Winter and Summer respectively, but of course their coronations and transitions into queendom are not going to go as smoothly as we would like for them. This time Geoffrey and Leo are back, having released Crawl from his prison
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Michelle
Jul 25, 2013 Michelle rated it liked it
Shelves: various-supes, magic, fae
This one took well over 100 pages for me to feel like the story was progressing. I understand the importance of the Initiation and Coronation, but they were both too drawn out for me. Once the story got going, however, I really enjoyed it. I loved the introduction of all the new characters, Check and Druise are both great! Missed having Kaylin out for most of the book, but loved having Ysandra as a major player.

This story was about Cicely and Rhia truly coming into their own, as individuals. Th
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Margaret
Mar 15, 2016 Margaret rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

*Eons ago, vampires tried to turn the dark Fae in order to harness their magic, only to create a demonic enemy more powerful than they could have imagined. Now, even with Myst, the Queen of the Indigo Court, temporarily out of action, the new Queens of the Golden Wood find themselves facing incredible danger*

Destined to become the Fae Queens of Winter and Summer, Wind Witch Cicely and her cousin, Rhiannon, are eager to assume their roles and marry the loves of their lives. But while Myst hides

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Cassie the Chaos Angel
Jun 29, 2013 Cassie the Chaos Angel rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who is looking for a different type of fae book
Shelves: witches, fea
If I could label this book with more stars? I would do so, because five stars doesn't do it right... seven stars would though. Though that may just be me. I fell in love with this series when I picked up the first book -- so maybe I am a little book happy when it comes down to it. The way the author describes the magic, and the fea, and whats exactly going down when and how - be it battle, a coronation or wedding... you always know whats going down with the very finest of details. You can imagin ...more
Tara
Aug 29, 2013 Tara rated it it was amazing
The pace of this book in the series left me breathless.

As Cicley and Rhiannon enter the world of the Seelie to become Queens in their own Courts the world keeps spinning its wicked web of betrayal, pain and injustice.

We are caught, like they are, by the challenge to stand up to evil. To find it and hunt it down in this world so the Queens and their allies can live in peace.

Yasmine spins a web of a world where a vampire becomes a hero and Cicley is told to stand down and let others fight her batt
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Amy
If I could do half stars, it would be a 4.5. Cicely weighs 140 lbs of muscle. This was heavily emphasized in this book and I'm not sure why. The feels though....and the action. One thing I really like about this series is that the characters have such a variety in age, from mid-to-late twenties to mid-thirties for the female group of friends but they are still finding their way, still struggling with parental relationships, and their lives are in turmoil every time they almost think they have it ...more
Deana-Coffee, Books, Life Blog
Just get better with each book.


The fourth installment of the Indigo Court series, Night Vision picks up where Night Seeker left off. Night vision takes Cicely on the journey to becoming a queen and marrying her king. Many obstacles stand in her way and much blood will be shed. Geoffrey and Leo are still out on the run as new problems arise with the vampires. Myst still lurking in the background all the while Cicely adjust to life of a queen.

Night vision really packs a punch to the indigo court s
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Iolanda
Sep 20, 2012 Iolanda rated it it was amazing
Best book of Yasmine's Indigo Court series to date (with a gorgeous cover to boot)! If you like dark urban fantasy, I recommend this series (the first book is Night Myst if you need a place to start). As the fourth novel, there is plenty of suspense, power shifts and sexy bits. Several major events occur in this book, but you'll get no spoilers from me ;). At this point in the game, losses are grieved and victories are only bittersweet as the stakes are raised before the final book in the series ...more
Jeanette
Feb 23, 2013 Jeanette rated it it was amazing
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Yasmine Galenorn is the New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestselling author of the Otherworld Series (Sisters of the Moon), the Fury Unbound Series, the Whisper Hollow Series, and the Fly By Night Series. In the past, she also wrote the Indigo Court Series, two mystery series and eight nonfiction metaphysical books. She is now turning toward the indie side of publishing and bringin ...more
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Indigo Court (5 books)
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