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Book Review of Thunderbird Falls (The Walker Papers, Bk. 2)

Thunderbird Falls (The Walker Papers, Bk. 2)
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Helpful Score: 1

My review refers to the audio download version of the book. Second in the Joanne Walker 'Urban Shaman' paranormal series. At first I found the reader's voice to be very annoying and contemplated stopping listening, but after awhile I got used to it, and the storyline became the focus rather than the voice. The story begins with Joanne discovering a young woman dead in the showers at the University where she is taking fencing lessons and continues with forays into the mystical world as Joanne acquires a teacher to help her get control of her Shamanic powers. The supporting cast were more fleshed out in this book and I felt like we were getting to know Joanne better, too (and I really like her!) although the frequent descriptions of the 'spirit world' and her whacky vision got somewhat repetitive at times. I also find her relationships with the men in the book, particularly her boss and Gary, her elderly cab driver friend, a bit confusing. I enjoyed the book and will definitely continue to read on in this series, though, whether in printed form or another audio.

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