mostraligabue
» » Canyons of Night (Book Three of the Looking Glass Trilogy)

ePub Canyons of Night (Book Three of the Looking Glass Trilogy) download

ePub Canyons of Night (Book Three of the Looking Glass Trilogy) download
ISBN13:
978-1617930003
ISBN:
1617930008
Publisher:
Penguin Group (2011)
Category:
Subcategory:
Paranormal
ePub file:
1679 kb
Fb2 file:
1108 kb
Other formats:
txt doc lrf docx
Rating:
4.3
Votes:
113

Sorrow prepares you for joy. It violently sweeps everything out of your house, so that new joy can find space to enter

Sorrow prepares you for joy. It violently sweeps everything out of your house, so that new joy can find space to enter. It shakes the yellow leaves from the bough of your heart, so that fresh, green leaves can grow in their place. It pulls up the rotten roots, so that new roots hidden beneath have room to grow. Whatever sorrow shakes from your heart, far better things will take their place.

It is also the final book in the Looking Glass Trilogy, the twelfth book in the Arcane Society series, and the . This book is part of Krentz's Arcane Society series.

It is also the final book in the Looking Glass Trilogy, the twelfth book in the Arcane Society series, and the eighth book in the Harmony series. Wow! There is a lot of pressure for this book. This book nicely complements all those series, but a new reader might be puzzled by the worlds that intersect here without any previous knowledge of Arcane or Harmony. In addition to the futuristic Harmony books, she has written novels in the series set in the past, using her historical romance pseudonym Amanda Quick. She has also written contemporary novels in the series under her real name Jayne Ann Krentz.

Canyons of Night book.

Looking Glass Trilogy - 3 ). Jayne Castle. Welcome to Rainshadow Island

Looking Glass Trilogy - 3 ). This one is for Rex. Your sense of style is classic. Welcome to Rainshadow Island. You are about to discover a whole new aspect of the world of Harmony and learn some of the future secrets of the Arcane Society.

Canyons of Night lgt-3 (Looking Glass Trilogy The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device.

Canyons of Night lgt-3 (Looking Glass Trilogy Jayne Castle. Year Published: 2011. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Rex rode on his shoulder. Fletcher Kane, the proprietor of the gallery, stood at a table with Jasper Gilbert, the artist whose work hung in the Kane Gallery able. The men looked up when Slade entered. Good afternoon, Chief, Fletcher said in his urbane, cultured tones. Hope you aren’t too put off by recent events here in Shadow Bay. I can guarantee you that dead bodies don’t routinely turn up in our fair town. That’s what people keep telling me, Slade said. Thought I’d bring you up to date, Mr. Mayor.

Full recovery of all data can take up to 2 weeks! So we came to the decision at this time to double the download limits for all users until the problem is completely resolved. Thanks for your understanding! Progress: 9. 4% restored. Главная Canyons of Night: Book Three of the Looking Glass Trilogy. Canyons of Night: Book Three of the Looking Glass Trilogy.

The island of Rainshadow is home to the mysterious, privately-owned woods known only as the Preserve. What is Kobo Super Points? A loyalty program that rewards you for your love of reading. Explore rewards Explore Kobo VIP Membership.

Can You Make a Book Into a Hammer?

Can You Make a Book Into a Hammer? - Продолжительность: 13:46 Peter Brown Рекомендуемые вам. 13:46. Загадки Санкт-Петербурга.

Book by Jayne Ann Krentz writing as Jayne Castle
  • This is #9 in Castle's Ghost Hunter series.

    She kind of phoned this one in. There were sections of the book where Castle (aka Krentz) couldn't be bothered with a believable back-and-forth conversation between the lead characters. One would ask a question (What did you do?), and the other would then just lecture for a page or two. And then they would do it all over again: a leading question with paragraphs of monologue. No sense of people actually interacting or communicating with each other.

    Why else do we read her?

    The plots are completely predictable; doesn't bother me. The blathering about the various types of energy and ability to view or manipulate same, I just ignore. The fact that the villain is going to spill everything at the climax - in chronological order, no less - and laugh maniacally while doing so, no worries.

    I read her books for the characters and their conversations. The romantic leads are always people that are involved with others, take care of their responsibilities, don't whine, never use tragedies of the past as an excuse not to live: in other words, adults with whom I like spending time. Their conversations with each other (and the occasional pet or dust bunny) are why I read her, and have for years.

    And why I will buy the next book, even though I was disappointed with this one.

  • CANYONS OF NIGHT is the prequel to the Rainshadow series. It is also the final book in the Looking Glass Trilogy, the twelfth book in the Arcane Society series, and the eighth book in the Harmony series. Wow! There is a lot of pressure for this book. This book nicely complements all those series, but a new reader might be puzzled by the worlds that intersect here without any previous knowledge of Arcane or Harmony. Fans of those series, however, will be pleased with the references from previous books and the new variation added with the inclusion of the island of Rainshadow.

    Rainshadow is an island on Harmony where quirkly people live and work. CANYONS OF NIGHT introduces readers to Charlotte Enright and Slade Attridge who met as teenagers on the island. Slade ends up saving Charlotte from three toughs before leaving the island. Fifteen years later, both have returned and the attraction between the two is immediate.

    Soon they are investigating a paranormal murder that happens in Charlotte's shop and other odd happenings on the island. Slade is afraid for his future because of an accident that happened to him that threatens his paranormal senses. Charlotte has someone stalking her.

    For me, the best part of this book is the introduction of the couple as teens. The connection between them is obvious and has to sustain the relationship as adults because the focus of the book is more on the suspense aspect of the story than the relationship part of the book. There is a lot about their developing relationship, but there is little investigation of their emotional connection to one another. That is assumed from the beginning and left me wanting just a little more.

  • In the prologue to this story, set fifteen years earlier, three drunken non-residents of the island of Rainshadow threaten young Charlotte Enright near the mysterious Preserve. She is rescued by her long-time crush, orphaned teenager Slade Attridge, but their relationship never goes beyond that because he leaves the island the next day for the Federal Bureau of Psi Investigation academy.

    At the start of the story, Charlotte has returned to the island to operate the shop, Looking Glass Antiques, which she inherited from her recently deceased Aunt Beatrix. Slade has also just returned to the island to take over the position of police chief. Their paths cross once again in the wake of violence when a man is murdered in Charlotte's shop.

    I'm a big fan of Jayne Ann Krentz in general, but her futuristics written as Jayne Castle are my favorites. As in all her novels, there is primary suspense plot, with the heroine and hero working together to solve a mystery. In the case of this story, it is a murder mystery. As usual, Krentz has created a strong heroine who is more than a match for the forceful romantic hero. As manly as he is, he has an adorable little pet, a dust bunny named Rex. Every one of the Harmony books contains dust bunnies, and it is one of my favorite recurring themes for this series.

    The fascinating world of Harmony was colonized hundreds of years ago by people from earth. The planet was empty of living, intelligent beings, but it soon became apparent it had been inhabited eons ago by a long-dead race of aliens. There is no written record of their culture, but the structures and artifacts they have left behind are filled with enormous power.

    In each successive novel in this series, Krentz takes us to a new section of the planet. All the other Harmony novels I've read were centered within a city, but this book is set in a sparsely populated, essentially rural, village type locale. The core identity of the island of Rainshadow is the Preserve, a fenced-off area full of alien energy so dangerous, anyone daring to enter it either goes mad or dies.

    Over the years, the island of Rainshadow has attracted many eccentric residents who, though friendly and close-knit, have made a point of not inquiring too closely into each other's often murky pasts. This community forms an important, and highly entertaining, portion of this novel.

    This book is part of Krentz's Arcane Society series. In addition to the futuristic Harmony books, she has written novels in the series set in the past, using her historical romance pseudonym Amanda Quick. She has also written contemporary novels in the series under her real name Jayne Ann Krentz.

    I purchased this book in a Kindle edition. It is well formatted and edited, making it easy to read.

  • I'm a big fan of Jayne Ann Krentz, and I read all the other books, but I had to abandon this one. I'm also a big fan of psi-fi, and, with respect, she wasn't quite ready to create her own world. It doesn't flow, and I couldn't figure out where the characters were or why there were monsters within the first four chapters. I don't like devoting that much time to a book before I know where I am. I didn't enjoy it. Her Victorian era books and modern Earth-based stories are great, though, and I recommend them.