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  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Vintage Canada (June 21 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0307359018
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307359018
  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 1.9 x 20.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 249 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,812 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author

KELLEY ARMSTRONG is the internationally bestselling author of Omens and Visions, the first two books in her Cainsville series, the 13-book Women of the Otherworld series and the Nadia Stafford crime novels. She is also the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling young adult trilogies, Darkest Powers and Darkness Rising, and Sea of Shadows, the acclaimed first novel in her newest YA fantasy series.

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I love the Women of the other World Series. They are so addicting. I think they are some of the best books I have read in the supernatural genre. This one particular book in the series I found harder to follow then the others. It was a little boring because there was too much information on the different kinds of demons and their powers plus the different realms of the after life and what went with that. It was very good aside from the information overload; it had a lot of suspenseful page turning parts that's for sure. I was happy to be done with this one and very happy that I was going to start reading about Elena Michaels again.
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I've always wanted an Otherworld story from Savannah's point of view. From the moment we met her and learned of her parents, I always wanted to see what it would be like to grow up with that legacy, with the conflict of knowing what you're capable of but not being able to do anything about it. So I was very excited to learn the last three books in the series would all be narrated by Savannah.

As a new woman of the Otherworld, I found Savannah to be not as great as I'd hoped. Perhaps because she's a bit whiny at the beginning, wanting to run her own investigation assignment. Perhaps because she's so eager to prove herself she takes dumb risks. I'm not sure if this is the fault of my expectations, or if she's a disappointing character. Perhaps I'm just not sympathetic to risk-taking twenty-somethings.

I loved the mystery in WAKING THE WITCH. I wasn't sure whodunnit until the very end. I love it when mysteries build up so that the outcome could go one of two ways.

With regards to the hot guys, I was very sad for Savannah. She was on the right track, getting involved with someone else, trying to forget about her school-girl crush, Adam. And then it doesn't work out. I wasn't too happy about this-- I wanted it to work out-- but I think the point of WAKING THE WITCH may be to see Savannah take risks, make mistakes and grow up.

I also loved that we were back to learning more about the witches' culture. Though their magic may not be as flashy as other races in the Otherworld, and the coven women can be quite catty, I think they're the most understated race, so it was nice to see them in action again.

WAKING THE WITCH is a great start to the final three books in the Otherworld series.
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HAUNTED (Women of the Otherworld #5) by Kelley Armstrong

HAUNTED is the 5th novel in Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series. Haunted, told from varying POVs, focuses on Eve Levine and Kristof Nash-Savannah's recently deceased parents. As both a witch and a demon, Eve has been summoned by the Fates to take down the Nix. Calling in a favor for saving Lucas and Page, the Fates demand that Eve pay up.

As a ghost, Eve is unable to communicate with Savannah, and the frustration continues when she secretly looks in from time to time on Paige and Lucas, ensuring that Savannah is all right. But making sure her daughter is protected has come at a price.

Nix is a demi-demon who thrives on chaos. Inhabiting the bodies of people on the cusp of a kill, the demi-demon pushes the people to murder, thereby ensuring chaos reigns. On the run after an escape from hell, the Nix is making trouble in the human realm and the Fates have ordered Eve to locate and eradicate the Nix. But trouble continues to follow Eve as the Nix now endeavors to locate those closest to exact retribution. All is not lost when an Angel offers his aid-and with the help of Trsiel, Eve will be reborn into something she never expected or dreamed.

HAUNTED is another fascinating storyline from the mind of Kelley Armstrong. We will meet Eve throughout the series, culminating in the final novel THIRTEEN. Even Trsiel will make a few more appearances. One may wonder why Kelley introduces various characters and storylines throughout the series, but all will be answered in the final instalment of THIRTEEN

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Haunted is the 5th book in the Women of the Otherworld series, and once again we are treated to a new perspective as this story is told from Eve's point of view. Eve is a very likable character, and I enjoyed finally getting to know her (even though she's dead!) but despite that, Haunted is my least favorite of the Otherworld novels so far. I've mentioned in my previous reviews of this series that one of the things I love most about Kelley Armstrong's writing is how she always manages to create a supernatural world that feels completely realistic. And that's why I had such a hard time with this story. The ghost world that Eve inhabits just doesn't feel believable to me. I know it's contradictory to love a story populated with witches and werewolves but not one with ghosts, but the fact that it took me three weeks to finish this story indicates that it just wasn't gripping me. As with the all the other novels in the Women of the Otherworld series, Haunted is well written, the main characters are interesting and the dialogue flows smoothly, but with all the dimension jumping, time travel and random bit characters that kept popping up, the story never really came together for me. But, for those wanting to know more about Savannah's real mother, you probably don't want to miss Haunted, although I do think this is one book in the series that could be skipped without missing too much. Even though this wasn't my favourite Women of the Otherworld story, I'm already onto Broken, the 6th book in the series, and am thoroughly enjoying it!
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