Wild Hunt by Margaret RonaldWild Hunt by Margaret Ronald

Wild Hunt

byMargaret Ronald

Mass Market Paperback | January 12, 2010

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New York Times bestselling author Marjorie M. Liu “loved, loved, loved” Spiral Hunt, the smashing debut novel by exciting new urban fantasist Margaret Ronald. Now bike messenger and supernatural tracker Evie Scelan is back in Wild Hunt—and off on another action-packed paranormal adventure through the flames of mythology and Boston’s magical undercurrent. In Wild Hunt Evie “The Hound” goes head-to-head and claw-to-claw with a devastating werewolf nightmare, the terrible Gabriel Hounds of darkest legend.  Jim Butcher fans take note: if you haven’t yet met Evie—or Margaret Ronald—this is your opportunity to experience the most exciting contemporary fantasy series since Kim Harrison, Charlaine Harris, and Vicki Pettersson burst onto the scene.   <_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...
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Title:Wild HuntFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 0.8 inPublished:January 12, 2010Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061662429

ISBN - 13:9780061662423

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wild Hunt (Evie Scelan #2) by Margaret Ronald This is the second in the Evie series and I enjoyed it more than the first book. The action starts from page one and goes on through the whole of the book. The author does not give a lot of background of the characters, but since I read the first book, I didn't feel as lost in this one. Things I liked: 1. Nate 2. the Mystery involved 3. the addition of another paranormal element (i.e. shape shifters) 4. the cliff hanger of what did she give up to the water spirit and what will happen to the horn Things I didn't like: 1. Sometimes Evie seems a bit dense especially for someone who lives in a world of magic. She doesn't pick up on clues very swiftly. You don't want a know it all, but even I picked up on the clues faster than she did. 2. For someone who doesn't always pick up on clues, she amazingly ends up putting all the pieces together just in time. Overall, I liked the book and the mystery and will read the 3rd in the series when it comes out.
Date published: 2018-07-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wild Hunt (Evie Scelan #2) by Margaret Ronald This is the second in the Evie series and I enjoyed it more than the first book. The action starts from page one and goes on through the whole of the book. The author does not give a lot of background of the characters, but since I read the first book, I didn't feel as lost in this one. Things I liked: 1. Nate 2. the Mystery involved 3. the addition of another paranormal element (i.e. shape shifters) 4. the cliff hanger of what did she give up to the water spirit and what will happen to the horn Things I didn't like: 1. Sometimes Evie seems a bit dense especially for someone who lives in a world of magic. She doesn't pick up on clues very swiftly. You don't want a know it all, but even I picked up on the clues faster than she did. 2. For someone who doesn't always pick up on clues, she amazingly ends up putting all the pieces together just in time. Overall, I liked the book and the mystery and will read the 3rd in the series when it comes out.
Date published: 2018-07-22

Editorial Reviews

“WILD HUNT continues to showcase [Ronald’s] talent for combining drama, chills, and hilarity into a compulsively readable caper . . . Crammed with plots, characters, and heady descriptions, [WILD HUNT] can make you a little dizzy at times, but treasures—even revelations—await those who don’t mind a bit of exploring.”