Start your review of Grave Surprise Harper Connelly, 2 Write a review Shelves: urban-fantasy , ghosts , paranormal-romance , fantasy , 3-stars-aint-the-devil , paperback 3. I love the South, dont get me wrong; but it does lag behind the times in social developments. The second book in a series of four, you must read Grave Sight before reading this book. This came about when Harper was struck by lightning when she was a teenager.
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Shelves: netgalley-ebooks 4. There are three graphic novels for the first book Grave Sight the graphic novels are Grave Sight Part But it could also be read as a standalone.
But the mystery is completely 4. But the mystery is completely separate from the mystery in the Grave Sight graphic novels. I am a big fan of the Harper Connelly books.
So I was thrilled to see that there were graphic novels associated with the series. I devoured the first three graphic novels and was super happy that Grave Surprise book 2 was getting its own graphic novel.
The graphic novel follows Harper and her step-brother Tolliver as they are involved in a mystery. I cannot say how much I love these graphic novels. Although they were definitely more impressive as paperback graphic novels vs viewing them on your computer. The story is awesome. I just cannot get enough of this series. Thanks to netgalley and Dynamite Entertainment for allowing me to read this book.
I read this on my computer using Adobe Digital Editions. This version is pages. When little Tabitha disappeared from the front of the house, her parents hired Harper Connelly to help find her and bring a closure. Harper is psychic, she can connect to "dead" people and read their last thought. When Harper is invited to a TV show by a professor wanting to prove she was a fraud, guess who she found in one very old grave?
The start was a bit slow, but then the pace got quicker and the events more and more interesting. I had my doubts on who did it and why, but I needed to go further for a confirmation. It was a great light read, and am giving the novel a try as soon as possible!
In her early work she wrote poems about ghosts and teenage angst. She began writing plays while attending Rhodes College in Memphis , Tennessee. Her most recent mysteries have been in the urban fantasy genre. After publishing two stand-alone mysteries, Harris began the lighthearted Aurora Teagarden books with Real Murders, nominated as a Best Novel for the Agatha Awards. Harris wrote several books in the series before the mids, when she began branching out into other works.
Charlaine Harris – Grave Surprise