Thunderbird Falls : Walker Papers

  • by C.E. Murphy
  • Narrated by Gabra Zackman
  • Series: Walker Papers
  • 9 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

For all the bodies she's encountering, you'd think beat cop Joanne Walker works in Homicide. But no, Joanne's a reluctant shaman who last saved mankind three months ago; surely she deserves more of a break! Yet, incredibly, "Armageddon, Take Two" is mere days away. There's not a minute to waste. But when her spirit guide inexplicably disappears, Joanne needs help from other sources. Especially after she accidentally unleashes Lower World demons on Seattle. Damn. With the mother of all showdowns gathering force, it's the worst possible moment for Joanne to realize she should have learned more about controlling her powers.


What the Critics Say

"Joanne Walker, a likable young Seattle beat cop, continues to learn the ropes of her even more dangerous job as a shaman in Murphy's spirited second urban fantasy." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

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Thunderbird Falls

This is a book worth a listen. I do agree that the first narrator is better for this particular series - but I don't agree that Gabra Zackman is too cynical. She is a talented storyteller and she is a narrator I look for now.

This stories continues where Urba Shaman left off. It is all about growing up inside of a skill or talent - and the wrong turns that one can take. It is not cynical - it is about choices the character makes that don't always fit. Granted, there are times you want to holler at her, but, we have all made stupid choices and the reader/listener can recognize herself quite easily.

Please Harlequin, put more Luna books on Audible!
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- Melissa

Where's Christine Carroll

Like Urban Shaman, this is a fun read with undertones of thoughtfulness. Unlike Urban Shaman, the narrator does nothing for the story (hence only 3 stars instead of 4). Christine Carroll (who read the first in the series) hit just the right mix of wry humour and emotion, whereas Gabra Zachman is entirely too laconic and urban-cynical and the story suffers because of it.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-31-2006
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books S.A.