Corpselight

Simply put Slatter can write Beautifully, stylishly, accurately She forces us to recognise the monsters that are ourselves Jack Dann, award winning author Sequel to VIGIL, this fast paced urban fantasy is perfect for fans of Harry Dresden and Kinsey Malhone.Life in Brisbane is never simple for those who walk between the worlds.Verity s all about protecting her Simply put Slatter can write Beautifully, stylishly, accurately She forces us to recognise the monsters that are ourselves Jack Dann, award winning author Sequel to VIGIL, this fast paced urban fantasy is perfect for fans of Harry Dresden and Kinsey Malhone.Life in Brisbane is never simple for those who walk between the worlds.Verity s all about protecting her city, but right now that s mostly running surveillance and handling the less exciting cases for the Weyrd Council after all, it s hard to chase the bad guys through the streets of Brisbane when you re really, really pregnant An insurance investigation sounds pretty harmless, even if it is for Unusual Happenstance That s not usually a clause Normals use it covers all purpose hauntings, angry genii loci, ectoplasmic home invasion, demonic possession, that sort of thing but Susan Beckett s claimed three times in three months Her house keeps getting inundated with mud, but she s still insisting she doesn t need or want help until the dry land drownings begin.V s first lead takes her to Chinatown, where she is confronted by kitsune assassins But when she suddenly goes into labour, it s clear the fox spirits are not going to be helpful Corpselight is the sequel to Vigil and the second book in the Verity Fassbinder series by award winning author Angela Slatter.
Corpselight Simply put Slatter can write Beautifully stylishly accurately She forces us to recognise the monsters that are ourselves Jack Dann award winning author Sequel to VIGIL this fast paced urban fantas

  • Title: Corpselight
  • Author: Angela Slatter
  • ISBN: 9781784294342
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Such a brilliant urban fantasy set in the heart of Brisbane! Corpselight has a heavy theme of family and motherhood, of recognising the evil that people are capable of but also understanding that not everyone is perfect. I loved all the secrets and the reveals between Verity and her friends, but also how she learns to put her pride aside. This series is so entertaining and dry, sarcastic and dark and I loved it. Full review to come!

    2. Straight up 5* no messing. Brilliant. Read the entire thing in a huge gulp. SO addictive, beautifully done, Vigil was great but this was greater. Erm better? Whatever. Superb. Witty, dark, increasingly fascinating characters and a GORGEOUS set up ending to make you desperate for the next one.Full review nearer to e-book publication in July. Thanks to Jo Fletcher books and Angela Slatter for the early bound proof. Made my Saturday.

    3. 4.75!!This was delightfully sarcastic, intriguing, mysterious and funny. I'll have a review up for the blog tour on July 27 so I'll link it here when I post it! :)

    4. I read Vigil last year and really enjoyed it. I thought it was an awesome urban fantasy book set in Australia. So I was looking forward to reading the next book.Verity deals with a lot of otherwordly stuff every single day, but she's now dealing with a new challenge: pregnancy. She's expecting her first child and because she's temporarily lost her strength, can't really perform her usual PI duties.She's doing odd, less dangerous jobs. But when she starts looking into what first appears to be a [...]

    5. Good follow up to the 1st book Vigil. Verity is pregnant at the beginning and must invetsigate a series of mud floods in a ladys house. The story all unravels from here, with familiar characters from book 1 as well as interesting new characters. At times the plot had a little too much going on. It definitely has an old school urban fantasy feel with contemporary elements. Bridges the 2 types together very well. Just enough humour which all good urban fantasy contains. Didnt enjoy it as much as t [...]

    6. I had forgotten she was preggo! Oh my poor brain, I mean they must have found out at the end. But yes she is pregnant and she does have a really dangerous job. Not all is well is Brisneyland.Let us first start with the fact that it takes place in Brisbane, that does feel refreshing since I read so many US based UF books. And it does have this other feel to it too, I just can't put my finger on it.This one has a few twists in it and the endingwell yes it is a sort of cliffhanger. All is well, for [...]

    7. As I've mentioned before, I love a good urban fantasy and Angela Slatter's Verity Fassbinder series is turning out to be one of my favourites. Corpselight does some unusual things with the genre.For a start, it's refreshing to see a pregnant protagonist. And I don't mean just pregnant, I mean almost-ready-to-drop pregnant. This raises the stakes in some interesting ways. Verity has scaled back her activities as an investigator for the Council, but events conspire to draw her in. She's forced to [...]

    8. Verity Fassbinder is back in Corpselight and ready to protect the ones she loves no matter the cost.I came away from Vigil (book one in the Verity Fassbinder series) feeling content but a little bit disappointed that the book didn't punch me emotional as I expected it to. Well I can say full heartedly that not only did Angela Slatter comes back with a kick arse book to match her hard as nails heroine Verity Fassbinder, but she completely delivered on the emotional smack down and the fast paced a [...]

    9. 'Corpselight' is the second book in the Verity Fassbinder trilogy, and the sequel to 'Vigil.' The first thing I want to know about sequels is 'Should I read the first book before I start this?'. In this case, the answer is 'Yes, definitely'. Whilst there is some recapping of our hero's history, it's not in depth. There is so much character development and continuation of previous plot lines that it would be a pity to have not read 'Vigil' before starting 'Corpselight'. Fassbinder is one of a sel [...]

    10. Corpse Light (Verity Fassbinder Book 2)Author: Angela SlatterPublisher: Jo Fletcher BooksPage count: 400ppRelease date: 13th July 2017Online: @AngelaSlatter, @MeadOlivia, @JoFletcherBooks, Reviewer: Theresa Derwinamazon/Corpselight-This long anticipated sequel to Angela Slatter's sole debut novel Vigil, starts answering those lingering questions from the first book, from the off.The primary one being; is Verity pregnant?Serious kudos for Slatter for introducing the plethora of issues that come i [...]

    11. #As this is book 2 in series, this review will contain some spoilers for book 1. I fell in love with Verity in Vigil, book one of this series, and couldn’t wait to jump back into her Weyrd world. I was not disappointed. I enjoyed this even more than book one, earning it a full 5 stars!Verity is back in all her glory. She is a strong, smart, and fearless female character who is big of mouth and quick of wit. She will do whatever is takes to protect the ones she loves, including the bundle of jo [...]

    12. Verity Fassbinder's adventures in the Weyrd and human world of Brisbane continue in Corpselight, the follow-up to 'Vigil'. I loved the first book: the blend of murder mystery, dark urban fantasy, and a wild, Weyrd mix of mythological and fairytale creatures - all done with a sense of humour and superbly crafted prose. Corpselight is even better: Verity is pulled deep into a strange and dangerous mystery, and the connections to her own life and family (past and present) are tied into the plot as [...]

    13. Corpselight is the 2nd in Angela Slatter's urban fantasy trilogy and carries on neatly from Vigil. I enjoyed the deepening relationships and reveal of backstory for a couple of the secondary characters and am looking forward to reading more of them in the third book. Ziggi is definitely my favourite. Again, this book combines witty dialogue and sharp humour with beautifully-realised urban settings and character development. Slatter has a lovely gift for intertwining three or more subplots and vi [...]

    14. Seriously sassy urban-fantasy-meets-noir-detective tale set in the Weyrd and wonderful underworld of Brisneyland (I swear I'll never see my home town in a normal light again!) Vigil was great. Corpselight was greater. Restoration coming in 2018. Bring. It. On.

    15. … great fun urban fantasy with a kick-ass female leadVerity Fassbinder is half Weyrd and half norm – a status which makes her well placed to police the blurred lines between the normal and the shadowy in the city of Brisbane. When an insurance company gets troubled by an “Unusual Happenstance, Verity is called in and the threads of the situation unfurl to coil around her friends and her family, and ultimately Verity herself.Angela writes with great style and economy. The story line is fast [...]

    16. Another great outing for Angela Slatter's new character, Verity Fassbender. As a fellow citizen of Brisbane, where the two novels are set, I am loving the new fantasy series, with a likeable character and thrilling storylines set in a place I know like the back of my hand. I hope the next book arrives fast. Corpselight is a fast read, with a gripping storyline and characters I am growing to enjoy. More please.

    17. ReviewBook one in this series was an utter delight and surprise, Something i hadn’t looked for or expected that fell into my lap and was an instant hit, a debut that you feel no fear in recommending to all, crossing genres as “just a great read”, with wonderful characters.Full Review: parmenionbooks.wordpress/

    18. I received a copy of this title from Hachette Australia for review.Ten Second Synopsis:Verity Fassbinder is pregnant and on the job, investigating weird occurrences around Brisbane. When a woman complains of a pattern of muddy befoulment of her upmarket house, Verity discovers that a bit of mud is just the tip of the iceberg.It must be noted that Brisbane, my ancestral home and current shelfing ground, is not commonly the setting for books featuring fantasy and paranormal happenings. In fact, th [...]

    19. I'm grateful to the publisher for an advance copy of the book.Verity Fassbinder, introduced in Vigil, is part Weyrd (on her father;'s side - her mother was a Normal). So she can duck in and out of both Brisbane's, er, special and its mundane populations, as comfortable dealing with one of the Norns (they do a mean latte) as with a police officer. This is useful since she's employed to keep order in the Weyrd community and prevent their existence becoming too widely known.Verity is a noteworthy c [...]

    20. Vol 2 of the Verity Fassbinder series. Verity is very pregnant and on light duties. However, the world of the Weyrd goes on, with some watery murders, some wicked kitsune and a posh house filling up with mud. Verity is drawn into the murder investigations, to the detriment of her unborn child.She is saved from attack by the kitsune by the arrival and intervention of a mysterious and powerfully skilful female - who turns out to be her long-lost and presumed dead mother.Another great tale of crime [...]

    21. An excellent fast-paced follow-up to Vigil, with plenty of Verity's wit and sarcasm. As a mum of three, it's refreshing to read about a female protagonist who has a baby and keeps her kickass day job, even if she is half-Weyrd with superstrength unlike the rest of us!Looking forward to reading Book Three: Restoration!

    22. Old myths and legends come to life in modern day Brisbane. Verity is an intriguing heroine and the way she mixes her mundane and magical life keeps you turning the pages.

    23. This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon . Please head there for more in-depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.Verity has unexpected drownings in daylight and her not-dead mother to contend with, oh, and she’s just had a baby. But never mind, she’s just got to keep pressing forwards. With family coming out of the woodwork faster than she can keep track, can Verity protect her immediate family and keep her Normal partner happy?I’d like to know, even [...]

    24. Verity Fassbinder is back in Corpselight and ready to protect the ones she loves no matter the cost.I came away from Vigil (book one in the Verity Fassbinder series) feeling content but a little bit disappointed that the book didn't punch me emotional as I expected it to. Well I can say full heartedly that not only did Angela Slatter comes back with a kick arse book to match her hard as nails heroine Verity Fassbinder, but she completely delivered on the emotional smack down and the fast paced a [...]

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