The Witch With No Name

The Witch With No Name

Book - 2014
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Day-walking demon Rachel Morgan has made an astounding discovery that will upset the power balance in the world. The souls of undead vampires are not gone but trapped in the Ever After, and the vampires want their souls back at all costs. The elves want to release the souls, hoping that the master vampires will commit suicide when they regain their souls. The demons hope to use this as an opportunity to leave the Ever After. Rachel has (finally!) gotten together with former elf leader Trent Kalamak, but the two are right in the middle of the power struggle, and Rachel's guilt at the sacrifices that Trent has made so that they can be together is eating away at her.
Publisher: New York, NY : Harper Voyager, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2014]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780061957956
006195795X
9780062369314
Branch Call Number: FIC
Characteristics: 462 pages ; 24 cm

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trevordunfordswife
Oct 13, 2015

SPOILER ALERT!!!
DON'T READ THIS IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE BOOK! I'm a sucker for a happy ending and no one deserves one more than Rachel, so thank goodness she gets one. As do Ivy, Jenks and Trent. Fantastic series and as a final book this was stunning. My only caveat was that it tied all things up rather TOO neatly - nothing leftover that wasn't perfect and we most emphatically DO NOT live in a perfect world. Other than that, brilliantly well-done Kim Harrison. Will be reading your future endeavors.

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jacquelineholicka
May 09, 2015

book 13
hollows adventures

msmodel02 Oct 12, 2014

I would have love to meet Rachel child

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susan60625
Oct 09, 2014

Kim Harrison's Rachel Morgan series was my introduction to the Paranormal/Urban Fantasy genre. I loved the first several books, but gradually this series became a real chore to plod through. I kept up because of Kim's promise of a Happily Ever After for Rachel, one that she deserved. HA! Far from it!

Reading this book made me want to throw up! Rachel has completely lost her strength of character and is nothing more than a sniveling, hot mess! Being with Trent has made them both mere shadows of the rich characters they were in the beginning of the series.

This final book, which I will admit I absolutely could NOT finish, was absolutely awful! Giving this book one star is actually more than it deserved. After five days, I was just over halfway through it. This may not seem bad to some readers, but my history with this series had me reading an entire novel in one 4-5 hour sitting. I had a hard time putting them down, in the past, for even bathroom breaks! With this book, I could put it down and not even think about it, except for the fact that I had to get it back to the library!

Kim Harrison has said that she is writing new books with new characters in new worlds, but I will not be following her to these new ventures. I will always appreciate her introduction to these genres, but I have since found many more, much better authors than her.

FangFiction Oct 02, 2014

This is a terrific finale to a one of most fascinating and well-written urban fantasy series I have ever read. I'm always afraid to read the final novel in a long series (especially a series that I absolutely LOVE), but I am happy to say that this time, my fears were unfounded. Harrison has put together an action-filled, intricately plotted story that resolves all of the major conflicts that arose in previous books. One of the most mind-boggling statements is made near the end by Rachel when she, Jenks, and Ivy once more head off together into danger. Jenks says, "Just like old times." And Rachel scoffs, "Old times…We've only been doing this for three years." Yes folks, this entire series has taken place within a three-year time span! It hardly seems possible. For a complete review, go to fangfiction.blogspot.com and do a search for this book.

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