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Timeless Moon (A Tale of the Sazi #6)

3.96 of 5 stars 3.96  ·  rating details  ·  594 ratings  ·  18 reviews
Josette Monier is a legend among the Sazi.

One of the most powerful, beautiful, and oldest Sazi in existence, she lives in self-imposed exile. Her gift of sight is so strong that to be around other living creatures is to be in pain.

What Josette has experienced lies beyond the scope of the Sazi, for her mate is in love with someone else. But when her gift of sight reveals
Paperback, 320 pages
Published March 4th 2008 by Tor Paranormal Romance
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Verodarling Melani
3.5 stars. Interesting story, but as I was reading I started to skip entire paragraphs that I felt weren't relevant to the plot. And in the beginning it was frustrating that it took so much time for the hero and heroine to meet again. The book should have been shorter.
Mindy Blanchard
Great series. Love these shapeshifters. The organization is in trouble. And will have be broken down from the top down to determine where the leaks and betrayal lie. Great topic that could lead through many future books. I like Jack's character. The introduction of Raven as Josette's true mate when faced with her love for her ex hubby Jack is an interesting read indeed. Must be my love for all things Native American, but damn, I love the character of Raven and I cannot wait for his story. This s ...more
It was a bit predictable, but a lot was left open. More thought went into this book than the previous 2. A lot more paranormal than romance. It would have been better if they tied up more of the loose ends.
Josette is a hard character to love. I think she likes it that way. This was a good read.
In this one, the Sazi shapeshifters are bobcats. Heroine is the spooky seer from earlier novels who can't always tell whether she's living in the past, present or future, her visions are so real to her. Hero is her ex-husband who she thinks is dead. Snakes are trying to assassinate her, and there are bird shifters too. This is one of those books that never lets you catch your breath, and in places, you really need to. Very intense, lots of stuff going on--the romance is so secondary to all the a ...more
She's lived for thousands of years and has had thousands upon thousands of visions of what will be and what could be, but someone is definitely trying to kill her and she can't see who... Her long "dead" husband has been out of her "sight" for years and she's grieved his lose for years, but Sazi chain of command has sent security for her - her husband! Now both are on the run for their lives and trying to find out who while running. Can they survive???
This is a story of the Sazi, a shapechanger society that lives among us normal humans. It was good. The story had the adventure/danger/ smut combo, with the more complex emotions of a couple that used to be. This one ended in a conclusive happy ending, but I can see that this romance was just on piece in a larger story arch. I will probably track down the earler 5 books eventually.
The series is getting better with each book. I like the way the characters from the previous books are in each book. It adds to the storyline. you get so involved with each character it is nice to see them in the other books. Tony and Ahmad are funny together yet they manage to get the job done.
What an amazing author! She had a new plot/mystery point that you can't see how in the world it connects to the mystery in the previous book and them BAM! it is worse than you thought it was!

OH MY WORD!@!! Had to finish the book.
Not the best book this duo of authors have written, but over all it was good, I guess. But I found myself confused a few times. And I don't like it when I'm left hanging at the end of a book, even if it is a series.
This new story is great, and it ties up some loose ends from other books as well. You also meet some characters from earlier stories and see how they are getting by, as well as old friends and new enemies abound!
Weird book, fun book, but weird. It was a little hard to follow the time shifts, but I think it was pretty good. I enjoyed seeing Josette and Rick and their relationship redevelop.
twas ok i guess. it had its boring moments. it had its great moments. it had a good ending. to say....uh.....idk wat to say about it so....
Steve Smoot
like the characters, but the book is weaker. The powerful types alternate between being implausibly weak and ultimately skilled to drive the plot.
Jamie Brock
i didnt like it at first... but as i got deeper into the story i warmed up to the characters more and really enjoyed it.
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Also known as Cat Adams, a dual-partnership writing team with Cathy Clamp.

She spent seventeen years in the Denver metro area and now resides in Texas with a large dog and pet cats. Office work provided a living while she pursued the goal of becoming a novelist. Forming the partnership with Cathy Clamp was the catalyst that led to publication and the two have enjoyed a long and fruitful collaborati
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Other Books in the Series

A Tale of the Sazi (8 books)
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