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There are a million books about shifters. Not one of them comes close to the world expanding, depth plumbing, heights ascending, heart building world that Audrey Faye has created in Ghost Mountain.
This is not a series about macho Alphas and swoony sexy times… this series is about heart, and healing, and lives being rediscovered and rebuilt. Audrey has written a song of hope, and wonder, and absolute unbridled joy. You cannot read these books without laughing out loud, grinning your very largest smile, crying with joy, and absolutely falling in love with the ever-expanding number of souls that make up this wonderful pack.
You cannot hope to start this series at the end, or the middle, or miss a book… you must start right at the beginning, and travel along with these amazing characters from the very first book Alpha… You will then get sucked in and will find yourself cheering these strong men and women on, and offering your very best shoulder leans to those who need a bit of shoring up.
The characters become a part of you… each in their own very distinctive way. And that is one of the reasons why these books, and Audrey Faye, are so very remarkable. Each character is deep, and flawed, and perfect, and growing, and utterly real. You know these people, no matter their personal stories. Strong, cantankerous Myrna, with her giant heart and unbending will to be there for her people. Hayden who knows that the best way to lead a pack, is to let pups cover him with sticky jam fingers. So many others that I daren’t mention else I ruin your wonder and excitement as you watch this story unfold.
As this world builds, you may need a list to keep all the names straight.. but you will know every character, and will treasure them dearly, even those that are just shadows in the trees, or paint on the walls.
I cannot recommend this series highly enough. If you let it, it will change your life, fill you with joy, and give you a whole new perspective to relationships, and how we interact with one another. You never know, it might even make you a better person. Oh.. and it’s a rip-roaring bloody great story as well!!!
What better in the time and horrors of COVID 19 than Audrey Faye’s gifted storytelling. Elder is the seventh of the Ghost Mountain tales and brings forward, as per the title Elders, Myrna,Shelley,Cleve et al as they move forward from the past and choose futures ...of course pack is there ...always. Complex genealogies, heartwarming crossovers, everyone pushing forward for everyone ...brilliant. Enjoy.
OMG I'm so hooked on this series. In the first book I wasn't sure I'm gonna be this interested in this type of books cause it was so different to the other shifter ones I read. This story like in all the ones that preceded it has so much depth to it. I read the whole series in a week and now I'm a walking zombie. I'm so sad that we're gonna have to wait for the next book but I understand that good things need time. This author is so good at capturing the reader and let them live through her characters emotions. God I cried and I laughed and felt all the emotions these characters felt. I can't wait for the next book to he releases and I hope it won't be too long
Audrey Faye writes emotions so very well. Tears of joy and laughter well up regularly while reading any other books. This continuation of the Ghost Mountain pack is no exception. The spotlight on Myrna's tale is intertwined with the continued story arc and so beautifully woven. Family and Pack and healing gravity beams.
A wonderful addition to the residents of Ghost Mountain. Great character development as we learn more about the past and see how the pack is growing in strength and unity regardless of whether they are wolf, bear, cat or raven! I really enjoy these characters and I am always left wanting more. It is vital that you read this series from the beginning and not jump in at the middle. I was given this ebook to read and comment, but these are all my own opinions.
I love this series sooooo much. The pack is slowly healing from terrible trauma. A kind a goofy alpha, knitting, and endless cookies are steps along the way. Thoroughly recommend. I can't wait for more.
This is the last book (currently) in this series, and to be honest, it shows the signs of author fatigue. There are too many characters' points of view considered to see a strong story arc, too much assumption that we understand elliptical comments, and a feeling that the author is trying to get to a point of resolution, where she can park these characters, just a bit too quickly. I'm really glad she's made the decision to move on to other stories and hope that at some point she can return to Ghost Mountain refreshed, with something that feels like a strong, stand alone story, which I'm afraid this isn't.