Has anyone else read the book yet?
I loved it, I can't wait to hear more from Jermey. I can't wait to read the next book about Hope Adams & Lucas Cortez.. Personal Demon doesn't come out untill spring of 08' :(
wait, where did you find out what other books KA is coming out with?? i want to know!!!
i love her books!!!
http://www.kelleyarmstrong.com mentions book 8, Personal Demon. As for her other upcoming works... she lists them in her signature whenever she posts at http://www.kelleyarmstrong.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi If you're not already a member of the discussion board, you should definitely join. Have a lovely day! :-)
You can go to her website. I can't remember it but if you google "kelley armstrong" you should find it. Or google "women of the otherworld."
Loved this book!!! Can't wait to read more about Jermey and Jamie!!
I loved this book . Jermey and Jamie just seem to fit. The ending left me wanted more , it would be really great to have another chance to read more of their story later on down in the series.
Jaime Vegas, who we originally met in Industrial Magic, is the narrator for this book in the Women of the Otherworld series. Jaime is a necromancer which means that she can communicate with the dead. In some books, like Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake series, a necromancer doesn’t talk to ghosts, she raises and controls the dead. Hamilton’s Anita Blake is that sort of necromancer. Jaime CAN raise the dead but it’s not something she does routinely. In fact, though she knows it’s possible, it’s in NHI that she raises her first dead person.
The story begins with Jaime being invited to participate in a television special about “spiritualists” who claim they can talk to the dead. The show’s producers want Jaime, and 2 others, to have a séance and find out who or what killed Marilyn Monroe. Jaime is the only one among the three who is actually “gifted.” Things begin to go awry, however, when Jaime is pestered by a type of ghost she has never encounted. With the help of Eve, Kristof, Jeremy and a new character, Hope, Jaime helps these ghosts.
No Humans Involved was more of a page turner than other books. Armstrong more fully developed characters from previous books. Jeremy, for instance. The reader learns a lot about Jeremy and why he is the way he is.
At the risk of sounding too much like a fan, this series just keeps getting better and better.