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Description In the sixth novel in the 1 New York Times bestselling series, coyote shifter Mercy Thompson and Alpha werewolf Adam finally reach the alter.
But when they make the Columbia River their honeymoon destination, their newlywed bliss turns into a fight for survival Until now. Most of this story is just the two of them, along with a few new secondary characters. There is a lot of romance, and not the uber sexy kind. Just good old loving and bonding between a couple that has very little face time in their every day life. Due to the enormous responsibility of Adam's position in the pack I found it frustrating as to how little we readers get to see of them just being couple.
But not any more.
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Even if this is the majority of romance for the rest of the series, I think it will be enough. It solidified how much they care for one another, but more importantly We also get a bit of a scare on both their parts as they receive a reality check on just how deeply their bond goes. It was quite beautiful. OF course there is a big baddie Plus, Mercy's past comes back to literally haunt her. Right up there with Kate Daniels in my opinion. View all 4 comments.
Werewolf and fae fans, Urban Fantasy fans. Even after five books, Briggs is able to keep the Mercy Thompson world fresh. I found that this book was very different from the others. No garage here, even though I kind of missed that.
The Pack is set on the sidelines, while Mercy and Adam take centre stage and new characters are introduced. River-Marked explores 4. I thought that as Mercy entered a new phase in her life, her friends were also dealing with changes in theirs. While the very beginning and the very end caught my attention, I thought it was a bit slow somewhere in the middle.
All the Native stories were getting confusing after awhile. Also, Samuel is not in this one at all! But my favourite part of the book has to be the letter Mercy wrote for Adam at the very end.
It broke my heart! I just adore Adam and Mercy together.
View all 10 comments. I discovered this series when I read this book and that was it!!! And I do love this series!!! I am totally addicted!! Between trying to discover the reason for the killings, she encounters a Native American tribe that knows something about her earlier life. This is a fantastic adventure, filled with new revelations about Mercy and also something new about shape shifters..
I loved the chemistry between Mercy and Adam…. I adore these two together…they suit each other perfectly!!!!! I did enjoy learning about the Native American history, their myths and their customs…it was an added pleasure and hopefully we will see more of them in the next books. Another well-written story with a great plot and fantastic addition of characters to this amazing fantasy world.
My favorite quote: Seeds have possibilities, but all their tomorrows are caught by the patterning of their life cycle. Animals have possibilities that are greater than that of a fir tree or a blade of grass.
Still, though, for most animals, the pattern of instinct, the patterns of their lives, are very strong. Humanity has a far greater range of possibilities, especially the very young. Who will children grow up to be? Who will they marry, what will they believe, what will they create? Creation is a very powerful seed of possibility. There's an old proverb that goes something like, beware of what you wish for, for you may get it. So I wished i.
I got my wish, yay! And then I realized how many books are between book 5, where I was, and Fire Touched, book 9. Plus there's an Alpha and Omega book that, I've been reliably informed, absolutely needs to be read right after River Marked.
So I'll be plowing through these books in the next few wee There's an old proverb that goes something like, beware of what you wish for, for you may get it. So I'll be plowing through these books in the next few weeks! Luckily my library is well-stocked with this series. River Marked is the story that takes place mostly during Mercy's honeymoon, which starts off wonderfully and then goes south in a way that only Mercy's life can, with something very ancient, fearsome and hungry in the water.
It's worse than Jaws for making you afraid to go in the water. A fair amount of Native American mythology--or Briggs' variation on it, anyway--is woven into the storyline, along with the usual suspects werewolves, vampires and fae. There's a fascinating revelation about Mercy's father. And, briefly, about Max Schrek! Who knew view spoiler [ Shrek really WAS a vampire hide spoiler ]?? Full review to come. Dec 29, Choko rated it really liked it Shelves: I love the strongly influenced by the Native American culture of storytelling and mythology tale Patricia Briggs has gifted us with.
I love the characters she has created and managed to enthrall us with. I love the creativity the world is build upon and the unobtrusive descriptiveness everything from the smallest action to the wildest character feature are painted with See, I know I am fan-girling and know not what to do about it - I just love this series!!!
This storyline was slower, more subdued, and singularly focused on Adam and Mercy spending time with each other as a new committed couple. Going camping in nature seems like a good idea at first, but obviously trouble keeps finding our part time coyote everywhere. Once again she has to save the day, and on the way she gets to learn more about her native American heritage and possibly her father There is danger, love, friendships, and hidden agendas as always, expanding our understanding of Mercy's nature I recommend this book to all fans of the series and the Urban Fantasy genre.
Happy reading to all!!! Feb 20, Mlpmom Book Reviewer rated it it was amazing. As much as I've loved reading every book so far in this series, it is about time that we got something like this one. The old Mercy and Adam are back at it again but with sweeter, more tender moments between them that will make you melt. And while most of the pack wasn't present in this, it was okay because for once, this book is all about Mercy. Her heritage, her finally feeling like she belongs somewhere, and of course, her relationship with Adam and I couldn't of asked for more.
We got so mu As much as I've loved reading every book so far in this series, it is about time that we got something like this one.
We got so much that has been missing from the other books without even realizing it had been missing. We finally get the in depth took into what makes Mercy, Mercy and I couldn't of been happier about it. With an introduction to some new characters and lots of new surprises, this was a non-stop read from the exciting plot to the romantic moments.
A wonderful addition to the series that just might very well have been my favorite to date. All that said, this wasn't my favorite book in the series.
To me, this book almost read as a stand-alone with a somewhat different focus than the prior books in the series. In that regard, the main driver of the plot in this book was discovering Mercy's previously alluded to, but yet 4 "Who is Mercy Thompson?
In that regard, the main driver of the plot in this book was discovering Mercy's previously alluded to, but yet to be explained real background. And while the shape shifter and American Indian lore was fascinating, it gave this book a slightly different feel than the others in the series which focus more on the werewolf packs, vampire and fae. Additionally, the setting of the story--Mercy's and Adam's honeymoon--removes them a bit from the usual cast of characters which also sets a different tone.
Lorelei King as always renders fantastic narration. Staying true to all of the multitude of voices that she has already created and performed in prior books, while also adding in a whole series of new ones. King's ability to convey the emotion and action of the scene is also highly instrumental in the enjoyment of this sixth installment in the Mercy Thompson Series. Jul 05, TJ rated it it was amazing Shelves: I now understand people who are so blinded by their love of an author, they truly believe they can write no wrong listen closely Lisa Kleypas fans The eye rolling is over, I am officially capitulating and stand repentant I am now one of you - with Patricia Briggs.
I love everything about the way she writes. Her Mercedes Thompson series is humorous, suspenseful, touching, warm, scary, inventive, romantic - everything, 4.
Her Mercedes Thompson series is humorous, suspenseful, touching, warm, scary, inventive, romantic - everything, just everything I love in a story! Even with six of them now under her belt, the quality is never better. In River Marked, Mercedes and Adam's relationship is given the much needed attention it deserves. Briggs ability to write a couple so real yet so sigh-worthy while keeping their animal natures in tact is incredible.
River Marked (Mercy Thompson #6) by Patricia Briggs
They are both strong characters, allowed to be even stronger through their love for each other. The author's genius is even more apparent when considering this is done without the use of graphic sex scenes to bolster those emotions.
While the plot-line of a water monster was not as riveting to me as others have been, the interest and page-turning suspense was still present right along with the touch of humor that makes Mercedes such a beloved character.
Jan 29, Angela James rated it it was amazing Shelves: Okay, I finished this last night and I'm not going to do any type of in-depth review, but I wanted to get a few thoughts down. I think people will either love this book or feel a bit meh about it. The book is very much about two things: Adam and Mercy's relationship and Mercy's I think that the outside conflict of the "big bad" is instead used to support the development of those two stories, rather than being the driving force of the book.
I enjoyed this. This book contains a Okay, I finished this last night and I'm not going to do any type of in-depth review, but I wanted to get a few thoughts down. This book contains a lot more lore--Indian lore, giving us and Mercy more insight into who she is and where she comes from. Readers who aren't into that might not enjoy this book. On the whole, I appreciated that this was a further development of Mercy's character and her relationship with Adam, but some readers may have preferred that the author not focus on those elements and instead spotlight outside conflicts like in some of the previous books.
But, overall, this is a great installment in the Mercedes Thompson series and I don't hesitate to recommend it. Love her Italian accent for Stefan a vampire , who features in the opening scenes of this volume. King totally gets away with it. Nevertheless, without giving away spoilers, this one is mainly about Adam and Mercy. We get to peer into a different, sweet, romantically intimate side of their relationship as they get even closer.
They end up camping in the Columbia River Gorge area and eventually battling evil; view spoiler [ a creature that lurks beneath the water hide spoiler ]. Mercy also gets some answers about her Native American Indian father she never knew. Thanks goodness Jesse made a phone call to complain to her father about Darryl. And the pace seemed slower to me, too, though Ms. Briggs always has a nice way of setting future scenes up without me even knowing it.
Anyone who has researched Patricia Briggs knows that she was strongly influenced by magic and fairy tales. This one is loaded with them, most of them Indian legends, and they are pretty neat. View all 8 comments.
I don't understand why so many people liked this book so much less than the others.
It's my absolute favorite so far. I've always loved Native American Folklore though. But that's just me. Jun 27, samantha books-are-my-life20 rated it it was amazing. I never get tired of this series!!! She is a very good writer. I can't wait to start the next book!!!
May 17, Dru Spiller rated it liked it Shelves: Thank you Ms. This book was pretty good, I felt you could see more of Mercy and Adams relationship develop and how they've grown, and how Mercy has grown as a person and is not just impulsive but now thinks about the consequences of her actions.
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Pretty good book. Yeah, I know, I'm a bitch. But I want Mercy and Adam, and I want them with the pack. So sue me, I'm selfish. View all 12 comments. Jul 29, Christine rated it liked it. Bring on a new Mercy, I can't wait: I really enjoyed this latest Mercy Thompson book. I think that watching Adam and Mercy get married and have a honeymoon was great fun, especially since we all know Mercy can't go 5 minutes without a new enemy. This time, the Fae are involved in their honeymoon plans, which can come to no good.
But we get for the first time a bit of her Native American heritage here. We learn about Mercy's father. We also see a lot of Coyote, the Coyote. In this book, Mercy is up against an ancient river monster a I really enjoyed this latest Mercy Thompson book. In this book, Mercy is up against an ancient river monster and some Otterkin who are eating all the swimmers. The river monster can "mark" a human with her tentacles, and that person now "river marked" follows her directions, whether it's drown yourself, drown your children, or bring her more people, they obey.
And Mercy is the only one who can stop her. The middle of the book is fairly slow, but the ending is great, and I loved seeing all the other gods like Coyote, and the ending is abrupt as always, but she had to use the walking stick of hers as a weapon.
Boa Hancock. Boa Hancock pinned post 2 Sep She also happens to be a walker, a magical being with the power to shift into a coyote at will. Mercy's next-door neighbor is a werewolf. Her former boss is a gremlin. And she's fixing a bus for a vampire. This is the world of Mercy Thompson, one that looks a lot like ours but is populated by those things that go bump in the night.
And Mercy's connection to those things is about to get her into some serious hot water In return, the average law-abiding, solid citizen has little to worry about from the things that go bump in the night.
Sometimes I wish I was an average citizen Mechanic Mercy Thompson has friends in low places-and in dark ones. And now she owes one of them a favor. Since she can shapeshift at will, she agrees to act as some extra muscle when her vampire friend Stefan goes to deliver a message to another of his kind.
But this new vampire is hardly ordinary-and neither is the demon inside of him. I curled my upper lip so she could get a good look at my sharp teeth. I might only weigh thirty or so pounds in my coyote shape, but I was a predator Mechanic Mercy Thompson can shift her shape - but not her loyalty.