Soul Hunt by Margaret RonaldSoul Hunt by Margaret Ronald

Soul Hunt

byMargaret Ronald

Mass Market Paperback | December 28, 2010

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“Ronald has done a terrific job with the Celtic mystical matter….[She] has tapped into the dark streak that runs as an undercurrent through much Irish folklore.”
—Charles de Lint, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction<_o3a_p>


With Soul Hunt, Margaret Ronald continues the edgy adventures of Red Sox fan and supernatural tracker Evie (“Hound”) Scelan as she negotiates her way through Boston’s deadly undercurrent. One of the most exciting new voices in urban fantasy follows her Spiral Hunt and Wild Hunt with another electrifying tale of paranormal activities, as Evie Scelan must make good on an otherworldly debt or suffer devastating consequences. Aficionados of Kim Harrison and Jim Butcher—and anyone who appreciates the brilliant contemporary  spins on ancient mythology deftly executed by Neil Gaiman and Tim Powers—will certainly want to hunt down Margaret Ronald’s Soul Hunt.<_o3a_p>

Margaret Ronald learned to read on a blend ofThe Adventures of Tintin, Greek mythology, andBloom Countycompilations. Her vocabulary never quite recovered. The author of two previous Evie Scelan novels, Spiral Hunt and Wild Hunt, Margaret has also written stories forRealms of Fantasy,Strange Horizons,Baen's Universe, andFantasy Magazine...
Title:Soul HuntFormat:Mass Market PaperbackProduct dimensions:320 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 0.8 inShipping dimensions:6.75 × 4.19 × 0.8 inPublished:December 28, 2010Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0061662437

ISBN - 13:9780061662430


Rated 3 out of 5 by from Soul Hunt (Evie Scelan #3) by Margaret Ronald This was a wonderful conclusion to the Evie Scelan series. Huzzah, Ms. Ronald. I think there could be more, but if the series ends here I can accept. I am not happy about it, mind you, but things do end. Evie is a hound. She tracks things down, and lives with the mystic underbelly of Boston. The vines that support the book are Celtic in origin and she artfully twines them into a story that fits and lives with its setting. I could smell the waterfront and see the paths in the Common, the banks of the Quabbin, the harbor islands and the twisty streets of Boston.Evie has a destiny and she finds it with the mythic Gabriel Hounds on Midwinter's Eve. How she gets to it is fascinating and wonderful. I truly wish there were more.
Date published: 2018-07-22

Editorial Reviews

?[A] fun adventure, a promising start to a new series and a solid first novel.? (Locus)