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The Night Season By Chelsea Cain Christina Delaine,

  • Title: The Night Season
  • Author: Chelsea Cain Christina Delaine
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  • Page: 431
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  • With the Beauty Killer Gretchen Lowell locked away behind bars once again, Archie Sheridan a Portland police detective and nearly one of her victims can finally rest a little easier.Meanwhile, the rest of the city of Portland is in crisis Heavy rains have flooded the Willamette River, and several people have drowned in the quickly rising waters Or at least that s whaWith the Beauty Killer Gretchen Lowell locked away behind bars once again, Archie Sheridan a Portland police detective and nearly one of her victims can finally rest a little easier.Meanwhile, the rest of the city of Portland is in crisis Heavy rains have flooded the Willamette River, and several people have drowned in the quickly rising waters Or at least that s what they thought until the medical examiner discovers that the latest victim didn t drown She was poisoned before she went into the water Soon after, three of those drownings are also proven to be murders Portland has a new serial killer on its hands, and Archie and his task force have a new case Reporter Susan Ward is chasing this story of a new serial killer with gusto, but she s also got another lead to follow for an entirely separate mystery the flooding has unearthed a skeleton, a man who might have died than sixty years ago, the last time Portland flooded this badly, when the water washed away an entire neighborhood and killed at least fifteen people.Archie follows the bizarre trail of evidence and evil deeds to catch a killer and possibly regain his life wiyth Susan Ward close behind.
    The Night Season With the Beauty Killer Gretchen Lowell locked away behind bars once again Archie Sheridan a Portland police detective and nearly one of her victims can finally rest a little easier Meanwhile the res

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    1. I really enjoy this series I have to say though, I was a little disappointed that Gretchen Lowell only had a three minute part in this one This is book 4 in the series and is very different from the others in the series For starters the title of the book doesn t have the word heart in it I loved to read about the relationship of Gretchen and Archie but in this one you have the relationship of Susan and Archie Susan is one crazy chick and I really like her a lot.A Portland river, the Willemette, [...]

    2. A lot of people on seem to take issue with this book because it only has about four seconds of Gretchen and the rest is spent on an actual plot and actual crime solving during a massive Katrina style flood in Portland Personally, by this point, I m pretty damn glad to have a break from the psychosis that is Gretchen Lowell and the abominably annoying relationship she has with Archie Sheridan I thought this story was great It has a lot Susan being awesome, and Archie has finally figured his shi [...]

    3. Uuuuuugh Say every book was a jigsaw puzzle Each piece would be a different part of the book each character, the plot, the setting, the pacing, description, you get the point At the end of the book, you should be able to sit back and enjoy the completed masterpiece and how the pieces all fit together perfectly Oh man, this book is like that person that comes up to you when you are doing a puzzle and then just dumps all the pieces out THE EDGE PIECES FIRST, MORON IT S A SYSTEM I hate those people [...]

    4. Not really a Gretchen story as she only puts in an appearance right at the end Missed her, but nevertheless enjoyed this one because I like Archie and Susan Quite different plotwise but it all came together in the end Clever.

    5. March 2011 publication.I hate to tease you but Chelsea Cain has outdone herself on this fourth entry in the Gretchen Lowell aka Beauty Queen series although Gretchen appears mainly in spirit.Portland is in the midst of one of Oregon s rainiest seasons with the Willamette River threatening to go over the seawall and flood downtown In the meantime bodies are turning up with bizarre wounds of which have never been seen before the method of killing is definitely inventive Portland homicide detective [...]

    6. PERFECT SICKBED READING JUST ARRIVED THANK YOU MARY Not to sound super bitchy, but if I d known this book would feature Gretchen Lowell only once for a moment near the very end, I wouldn t ve pre ordered it at full price It s not bad there s also less Archie, really, but a lot of Susan, and some good subsidiary characters too But let s face it, the real charge in these books is the sick connection between the Beauty Killer and her captive captor, and without that, I was stuck thinking Why exactl [...]

    7. This is a tough one to rate If you re still reading this series, you may be like me in that you were hooked in book one and two by the Archie Gretchen dynamic Book three featured Gretchen but somehow failed to live up to its predecessors Book four, in which Gretchen is out of sight though not completely out of mind, also fell short of the initial two books.Interestingly, while many people who didn t like this book found Gretchen s absence to be the problem, I don t agree I honestly felt we neede [...]

    8. Chelsea Cain s first flop I m all for Cain branching out into books that don t involve Gretchen Lowell as a main character but she s going to have to do better than this if she ever hopes to move beyond her brilliant first trilogy The general story and many of the characters actions are simply not believable, the killer s means and motive are simultaneously muddled and overwrought and the story s resolution depends too much on coincidence and luck There s such a lack of originality and attention [...]

    9. I enjoy watching the friendship between Archie and Susan grow Nothing romantic, just the way they ve grown to respect and worry about each other.A creepy villian and some strange dark humor make this well worth reading even if Gretchen isn t in the horror mix.

    10. I m not going to lie I adore Chelsea Cain and it s almost impossible for me to put her Archie Gretchen series down, but I was disappointed with 4 Not enough action, not enough blood and guts, not enough Gretchen, not enough evil If that makes me a bloodthirsty psychopath, so be it I have seriously high expectations of Cain and they were not met with this book, though I confess I was able to smash through it in a matter of hours, or less.What I will praise is the development of Susan as a charac [...]

    11. When it comes to series, you take a little break from the main villain sometimes It can be a good thing or it can not The case with the 4th book in the series, it was a nice change of pace.I did take a little break from it, not in the mood to read it Then came back to it and liked it enough I mean there s a little bit Susan, with her reporter driven personality and ever changing hair dye with each book I was okay with that About time she got character development, well, so in this one Along wi [...]

    12. I have loved all of Chelsea Cain s books in this series, and this one is no different I know that Gretchen was a main character in the other books, but I really liked that she wasn t in this one at least not as much as the others I actually enjoyed just reading about Archie and Susan and the issues at hand and I would have to say that the issues were definitely different and made the story even enjoyable I look forward to the next two books, I just wish that they would keep going after 6

    13. How timely for me I live in Louisville KY and for the past couple of weeks we have had rain, rain, and rain so the Ohio River has flooded Many riverfront properties are underwater And lo and behold this book is about FLOODs in Portland, OR One in 1948 and one in 2017 Gretchen is in jail awaiting her trial so she for once is not the star bad guy Octopuses and kidnapped child, skeleton from the 40 s and so many other factors are included.

    14. Ever since Chelsea Cain arrived on the scene four years ago with her Gretchen Lowell series, I ve been hooked For those who may not be aware, Gretchen isn t the protagonist, but the villain, and one who has made quite an impression as amoral serial killer obsessed with Portland, Oregon detective Archie Sheridan who knew her on intimate terms Some would say that Archie was a willing victim because he allowed himself to be placed in the situation where she tortured and mutilated him, but he lived [...]

    15. Reviewed first at Brunner s BookshelfThis is one of those series that I keep in my back catalog It s the kind of book you read when there isn t anything else you want to read and you need a filler The first book Heartsick was really good and it was my first Advanced Reader copy I had ever gotten The story was really good and I liked the characters As the series has gone on I have sort of fallen out of love with these books yet I keep going.This is the first book in the series that doesn t have t [...]

    16. Famous female serial killer, Gretchen Lowell has been arrested for the second time It does not look good for Gretchen this time Meanwhile, Archie has been seeing a psychiatrist and been staying off the prescription medications for a while now Archie is actually communicating and working with his co workers again Susan Ward works as a reporter for The Herald Now that anyone is counting but she and Archie have saved each other s lives a few too many times You could almost call Susan and Archie mut [...]

    17. There is an abrupt change in tone in this fourth installment of the Archie Sheridan series, and it doesn t work at all for me Cain trades in yucks for yuks, and frankly, it sucks Instead of a late night scare fest, all I got was a tepid script for a police procedural Perhaps if this had been a standalone novel featuring new characters that were not already well established, this style of novel would have worked better with these characters living in the world Cain has already built for them, it [...]

    18. Chelsea Cain s story here, like her previous books, is gripping, tense and populated with memorable, if odd, characters But The Night Season was something of a disappointment for me Yes, like others, I missed Gretchen and her psycholgical drama with Archie, but my bigger concern in this book is a plot that failed to convince me to suspend my disbelief For example, the serial killer uses a tiny, rare octopus to kill his victims randomly, it appears Why would he choose such a weird and dangerous t [...]

    19. Let s start with this What Chelsea Cain knows about marine biology would fill a toothpaste cap the travel size with room left over for a small cephalopod Oh, Lord, I hope I haven t spoiled things for you already In fact, the killer s weapon of choice in this neuron snuffing annoyance of a snooze inducing hack job is blatantly ripped off from Michael Crichton s State of Fear, a novel that was, itself, no miracle of accuracy Actual research was apparently too, like, boring for Cain and also got in [...]

    20. I really liked this next book in one of my favorite series right now I was worried this one wouldn t be great since I didn t think the previous book in the series was as strong as 1 2 I m hoping that 3 was just an anomaly If this book is any indication, I think that might be correct Although Gretchen Lowell is not really than a quick mention in this book, her influence permeates every page due to her lasting impact on Archie I love Archie and Susan so this book really gave Chelsea Cain a chance [...]

    21. This was a great read, it is book 4 and probably is now my favorite so far in the Heartsick series I did not think that was even possible Our beauty killer is absent for the most part and it brought the book back into a believable reality I must say that I think Susan is probably my favorite character in the series at this point She has grown so much from being the spoiled brat we first met Archie is finally acting like a true hero, and our splendid cast of characters have grown by leaps and bo [...]

    22. This fourth installment of the Gretchen Lowell Archie Sheridan series has little in common with the previous three books First of all, Gretchen plays only a small role And while this may bother some, it does lend some needed credibility to the series as a whole Unfortunately, the murder weapon that Cain has her latest killer use completely destroys any of that newly built credibility in its utter ridiculousness not to mention the fact that instantaneous death is not an actual biological reality [...]

    23. Sorry to everyone who met me for a coffee the last few weeks, because all I do is fangirling about this series and especially to those who are reading this because of me and aren t hyperventilating all the time DThat being said use this book is awesome as well I get that people are missing Gretchen in this book but the book itself as a mystery is enthralling and very well done, I really enjoyed it.What is it that Cain does so well Hmm, for me, it s definitely the characters I adored every book f [...]

    24. It is incredibly misleading to call this book Gretchen Lowell 4 as Gretchen is basically not in the book except in a couple of passing comments made by other characters In a way though, I actually liked this book better than 3 because I found Gretchen s power over Archie a little ridiculous and overdone, and so this was actually a nice breather Susan continues to be one of the most annoying characters of all time though, and her stupidity runs rampant throughout the entire book I did enjoy the f [...]

    25. Much of a police procedural than the previous books in this series and I think I enjoyed this less Gretchen and Susan approach I wish the author would continue with case solving by clues and interviews which don t always pan out instead of the pure psychological thrillers she has written This one was just as tension filled but felt like a real case would evolve If Portland floods as much and as often as this book indicates, I think I will remain inland Archie is put through the paces getting [...]

    26. Great, quick read I was curious how much longer this series could center around Gretchen Lowell and although I hoped that it would take off and follow Archie outside of Gretchen, I honestly didn t think it would happen This book has mentions of Gretchen, as she definitely affects everything about Archie, but she doesn t make an appearance until the very last chapter I thought that Archie and Susan carried this book wonderfully I love them as characters and would probably read anything they were [...]

    27. At first I didn t know what to think when I read other reviews and found that Gretchen Lowell makes all of maybe 2 pages of the book Huh But, my concerns were unfounded I actually liked that Archie got a break from her and quite honestly, I just wasn t up for Archie Torture, ya know Interesting story line that kept me reading pretty much non stop.Recommended.

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