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Tempest Rising

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Tempest Rising
Tempest Rising Book Cover, written by Nichole Peeler
Tempest Rising Book Cover,
written by Nichole Peeler
Author(s) Nichole Peeler
Series Jane True
Publisher Orbit Books
Publication date November 1, 2009
Media type eBook
Paperback
Length 372 Pages
ISBN 978-0316056588 (Paperback)
ASIN B002P8N0U2 (eBook)
Followed by Tracking the Tempest

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Tempest Rising is a novel written by Nichole Peeler. It is the first work in the Jane True series by this author. In this work the character Iris is a Succubus as are several minor characters.


Overview

  • Title: Tempest Rising
  • Author: Nichole Peeler
  • Published By: Orbit Books
  • Length: 372 Pages
  • Format: eBook & Paperback
  • ASIN: B002P8N0U2 (eBook)
  • ISBN-10: 0316056588 (Paperback)
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316056588 (Paperback)
  • Publishing Date: November 1, 2009


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Plot Summary

In the tiny village of Rockabill, Maine, Jane True—26-year-old bookstore clerk and secret night swimmer—has no idea that her absent mother’s legacy is entry into a world populated by the origins of human myths and legends. It is a world where nothing can be taken for granted: vampires are not quite what we think; dogs sometimes surprise us; and whatever you do, never—ever—rub the genie’s lamp.

For Jane, everything kicks off when she comes across a murder victim during her nightly clandestine swim in the freezing winter ocean. This grisly discovery leads to the revelation of why she has such freakish abilities in the water: her mother was a Selkie and Jane is only half human. With this knowledge, Jane soon finds herself mingling with supernatural creatures alternately terrifying, beautiful, and deadly—all adjectives that quite handily describe her new friend Ryu.

When Ryu is sent to Rockabill to investigate the murder, he and Jane fall hard for each other even as they plummet into a world of intrigue threatening to engulf both supernatural and human societies. For someone is killing half-humans like Jane. The question is, are the murders the work of one rogue individual or part of a greater plot to purge the world of Halflings?


Book Review

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