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Ever since getting appointed the chief seer of the supernatural world, Cassie Palmer has been playing catch up. Catch up on the training she missed being raised by a psychotic vampire instead of at the pythian court. Catch up on the dangerous world of supernatural politics. Catch up on the powerful, and sometimes seductive, forces trying to mold her to their will. It’s been a trial by fire that has left her burned.
But now she realizes all that was just the warm up.
Ancient forces that once terrorized the world want to return, and Cassie is the only one who can stop them.
|Title||:||Ride the Storm (Cassandra Palmer, #8)|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||432 pages|
August 15, 2017
There comes a time when readers tire of the torturous repetition of cliche cliffhangers. After seven damn books it's time to find a new shtick to keep us around. At this point I assume Chance will continue to dangle Pritkin just out of reach while rolling around in our money, cackling maniacally....
April 11, 2017
The Cassie Palmer series has addicted me for years. I'm not a time travel fan - in fact, I avoid a lot of books with that in the description - but I make allowances when it comes to Cassie and her paranormal gang. The world building is unique, involving different races of being, an all-powerful P...
May 09, 2017
Copy obtained from Netgalley
I love this series and yes I'm constantly in awe of the authors imagination but I do understand why so many readers feel frustrated with certain things. It seems to me that a particular storyline has been dangling tantalisingly just out of reach for three books now as...
August 02, 2017
When I first got into urban fantasy, a select few fantastic series kept me hooked. I am now ashamed to say that Cassandra Palmer series was one. Actually not Cassandra Palmer, per se, but Karen Chance herself. I was particularly hooked onto her Dorina Basarab novels which have been put on hold fo...
August 03, 2017
Most of this book was a solid 3, with the final two chapters a thrilling 5.
The problem with these last two books is that they've felt like nothing more than filler. Yes, there's been some filling in of personal details and expansion of the world building, but mainly it's been Cassie rushing roun...
July 15, 2017
Three things happened that I have been desperately hoping would happen since book 4, and it was about damn time. I would love to discuss those things in detail, but it would give away some major plot points. I was beginning to lose my faith and thought that some of these issues would be...
June 18, 2017
(This review contains spoilers from previous books in the Cassie Palmer and Dorina Basarab series.)
“When desperate gambles work, they call them brilliance. Do it enough, and people start believing that you always can, that you always will. They follow people like that. They write legends about pe...
April 07, 2017
Ride the Storm is aptly named. There was more than one storm in this book, both figurative and literal. I felt like I was caught up in a whirlwind many times while reading, and in this way, it was like reading one of the early books again, as Cassie did not take any breaks and the r...
July 31, 2017
Although for Cassie Palmer the last few books have got a time span of a couple of days...for us poor readers we have been waiting years. To try and finally, finally get some resolution to the whole Pritkin getting sent to hell thing....and then Pritkin's soul being sent back through time thing.....
August 21, 2017
After eight books Cassie should have become somewhat less clueless, incompetent and clumsy, but the silly cow seems incapable of learning. It feels as if she hasn't had any character development, she was still floundering from one disaster to the next, there was minimal page time on her training...