Raven Calls

Raven Calls

Book - 2012
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No longer a cop, Joanne Walker's inner magic draws her to Ireland and back in time to rescue the woman who, one year ago, sacrified her life for Joanne.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Luna/Harlequin Enterprises Ltd., c2012
ISBN: 9780373803439
0373803435
Branch Call Number: SF MURPHY C
Characteristics: 360 p. ; 21 cm

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ShamaBole
Nov 25, 2012

The protagonist's soliloquies grow increasingly inane and tedious and her ignorance is eclipsed only by her wilfulness. She lashes out at anyone more competent or knowledgeable (the interaction on page 63 with Gary is embarrassing). I think the author has set her up for greatness but there is nothing great about Joanne Walker - like her first name, she is eminently plebeian and ordinary so there is a huge disconnect with why she is thrust into greatness, so to speak.
I think I have had more than enough of this series.

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emerge
Apr 21, 2012

I think I'm done with this series. There is much that could be done with the story if Joanne was at home but instead, the author sends her to Ireland on vague, mixed up plot that is only missing the kitchen sink. There's no focus or coherent plot & all the interesting characters ( except Gary) are waiting for her to return. The sub-plot of Joanne & her former boss is dragged out beyond patience & long overdue if Murphy wants to hold on to her readers.

FangFiction Apr 17, 2012

This is one of the weakest books in the series. The plot disintegrates into a mishmash of Native American shamanism and Irish mythology.

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