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Storm of Reckoning (The Reckoners #2)

3.75  ·  Rating Details ·  32 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Lisa McGarrity lives to hunt ghosts.

With the able assistance of her loyal ghostbusting team, of course . . . and the unexpected powers of Trevarr, a fiercely driven demon-hunter from another dimension.  Their last mission—a supposedly simple haunting that turned into a demonic free-for-all—left them battered and ready for some R&R.  But rest has to wait.  Garrie and he
Paperback, 368 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Tor Books
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Jun 19, 2010 Lexie rated it really liked it
Shelves: books-owned-read
Part of the problems I had with the first book was in the fact Garrie wasn't given enough details early enough. The threat that she faced, the Krevata, wasn't fully explained until Trevarr nearly died. Then he felt like Mr. Information, though even then he kept a lot back. The other problem was in how repetitive the Reckoners could be. We made definite headway on the first issue and some headway on the second issue in this second novel.

The introduction of Quinn and Robyn was both kind of welcome
Feb 09, 2013 Crystal rated it really liked it
Shelves: urban-fantasy
Alright, so after teasing us for an entire book (and…two or three days I think), we start on book two. Half a book later (and a day or two), the H/h finally do the deed.


So having cleaned up the otherworldly mess occurring at Winchester House, our gang heads for Sedona because the crew member who didn't go to San Jose wants their assistance there. They find a ah…dingbat I guess… who is messing with things better left alone because he's power mad. Uh Huh. Much mayhem later, they finally (wit
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Jan 21, 2011 Stacy rated it liked it
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Once again I enjoyed the story but the dialogue is still hard to follow. You will be reading one point of view and then all of a sudden you are lost because without warning it switches to someone else's, in all fairness the copy I have is an Uncorrected ARC so it might just be that the spacing will be corrected and ease some of the confusion. Also the characters will figure something out and I'm still in the dark about it because I didn't get e
Sep 01, 2016 Wendy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Really fun sequel to The Reckoners. I loved the further development of the characters, and Garrie having to deal with her new powers. It's interesting to see how the team has to deal with people instead of ghosts (well, along with). It's almost as if it is the equivalent of the humans causing a ghostly global warming and then Garrie's team having to deal with the aftermath (and really ticked off ghosts). Everyone is pushed into situations they aren't comfortable with, and it really stretches lim ...more
Apr 20, 2011 E. rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal
Sequel to The Reckoners. Much more cohesive story, Lisa (Garrie) has discovered repercussions from events that took place at San Jose's Winchester House and is adapting to her relationship to the mysterious Trevarr. Sedona is a center of uncomfortable occult activity which is going to require cooperation between the visiting Quinn, Lucia, Garrie, Trevarr and Sklayne (the not-Abyssinian) and the natives who aren't prepared to accept outsider interference. Nice progression in storyline, grr...what ...more
Aug 28, 2016 Elaine rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I hadn't read the first book (a mistake I intend to rectify soon) but there were enough hints that that wasn't a major obstacle to enjoying this book. Interesting characters and unusual situations all helped to sustain my reading pleasure. It does end with a bit of a cliffhanger, but the main problem in the book is resolved, and I am eagerly awaiting the third book in this series.
Full disclosure: I helped with proofreading to get this book ready for its ebook status.
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I was able to make it about 1/2 way through. The plot was interesting enough though weak on the set up. And I liked the romance; it was nice, slow, and steamy. But what stopped it all for me was the character's dialogue. Between their "code speak" half sentences and inner monologues I couldn't understand what anyone was talking about. Or whom they were speaking to. It read like I entered the middle of a conversation and no one wanted to being me up to speed.
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