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And reluctant medium Eden Moore may be the only one who can dissuade the twenty- nine bodies from adding hundreds of its citizens to their ghastly ranks. Not Flesh Nor Feathers is a stand-alone sequel to Four and Twenty Blackbirds and Wings to the Kingdom

And reluctant medium Eden Moore may be the only one who can dissuade the twenty- nine bodies from adding hundreds of its citizens to their ghastly ranks. Not Flesh Nor Feathers is a stand-alone sequel to Four and Twenty Blackbirds and Wings to the Kingdom. List Chapter or Page: 1. Page 1. 2. Page 2. 3. Page 3. 4. Page 4. 5. Page 5.

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Not Flesh Nor Feathers book. Cherie Priest's novels about Eden Moore, who sees ghosts and other sorts of dead in Chattanooga, are consistently excellent

Not Flesh Nor Feathers book. Cherie Priest's novels about Eden Moore, who sees ghosts and other sorts of dead in Chattanooga, are consistently excellent. Not Flesh Nor Feathers, the third book of the series, is happily no exception to this rule. She continues to bring the Creepy to Chattanooga, drawing on the rich and oftentimes genuinely creepy in real life history of the South to lay down her tales. And this time around, she does it with bonus zombies. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

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A devastating storm swells the Tennessee River to dam-breaking levels on the eve of Eden's planned move into a new riverside apartment complex. When psychic investigator Eden realizes that the zombie army is converging on historic Read House, she draws a connection to the ghost of Caroline Read, who haunts the building trying to resolve a hushed-up 19th-century atrocity. About the Author: Cherie Priest is the author of nine novels, including the steampunk pulp adventures Dreadnought, Clementine, and Boneshaker.

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Authors : Cherie Priest. Eden Moore - Not Flesh Nor Feathers. Cherie Priest is the author of nine novels, including the steampunk pulp adventures Dreadnought, Clementine, and Boneshaker. Title : Eden Moore - Not Flesh Nor Feathers. Good A copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact (including the dust cover, if applicable). Boneshaker was nominated for both the Hugo Award and the Nebula Award; it was a PNBA Award winner, and winner of the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. She presently lives in Seattle, Washington, with her husband and a fat black cat.

A devastating storm swells the Tennessee River to dam-breaking levels on the eve of Eden's planned move into a new riverside apartment complex. With the gushing waters comes a tide of corpses, animated and organized by a malignant force with an inscrutable purpose. Reluctant medium Eden may be the only one who can dissuade the zombie army from adding hundreds to their ghastly ranks.

Comments: (7)

Welen
(Bk 3/Eden Moore series) Modern southern gothic. Set in Chattanooga, we meet up with Eden Moore again. She still sees & hears ghosts, which is a good thing because there are things in the river, things that are killing people and as it rains endlessly, the river starts to flood and Eden finds out the zombies in the water are empty - except for the angriest little girl (cue creepy music). So Eden has to turn to a ghost to find out why the things are coming and what they want...Or try to. Interesting B characters or sub-A, if you will, help lend the story depth and once again, Priest's atmopshere building talents are great.

Anyway, I find it hard to think this will be the last Eden Moore, as there are new story possibilites and open ties everywhere - which I don't want to list as it will be a spoiler for this story but I really hope there are more to come someday.
Matty
This is the third (and sadly it appears the last in this series). It is a great series; Ms Priest is a great writer. The characters have become friends and I am going to miss them.
Arashitilar
The other reviewers tell the basic outline of the book. I love Cherie Priest's Eden Moore novels, each one gets better and better. Personally, I find them fascinating, and not at all creepy: Stephen King is the master at that.
Karg
I wasn't as impressed with Not flesh Nor Feathers, as with Priest's last two books. A couple characters felt wooden...the sense of danger wasn't as palpable, and the pacing was slow and made the book harder to get into. The romantic tension between two characters wasn't very obvious and was rather surprising to note. This took away some of my enjoyment.

That said, I did enjoy the overall story and the mystery and how it was solved. I think the character of Eden is becoming more complex and I'm looking forward to what will happen next. I just hope that the pacing will be developed more in the style of the previous two books.
Kerry
Great read, great author.
Zicelik
Eden Moore can see and speak with the dead, which is a good thing, because Chattanooga is not only being flooded, but is also under attack by zombies. But the zombies have nothing to tell her, so she must seek information from ghosts, both a well known, fancy-historic-hotel residing ghost and the new ghosts of skater kids and homeless people who the zombies have killed. At the same time, Eden is seeking information about the curse her many greats-grandfather put on her and is about to have a visit by the half-brother who tried to kill her not long ago. Confused yet? Don't be- it actually all makes perfect sense.

I didn't discover until I finished this book that it's the third in a trilogy, but not only does it stand alone nicely, it doesn't have any of those long "and this is what happened before" passages that can slow down other series books. I'm happy that there are two other books with this character I can look for; I'm unhappy that it's a trilogy and not an open ended series. Cherie Priest has given Southern gothic a modern twist, putting it in a big city and giving it a heroine who is anything but languid.

Tightly plotted with pretty much non-stop action, I stayed up until the wee hours to finish this book. I was actually grateful to be ill, so that I could read the book without interruption! One of the best horror novels I've read in quite some time.
Ckelond
I think Cherie Priest has really set the bar high, both for the horror genre, and for her own works. This means that I've come to expect some really spectacular work from her, since she's a very talented author.

Unfortunately, occasionally when an author is really good, a particular work may not come across quite as strong as others. This is true with "Not Flesh Nor Feathers". I'll admit that while I liked it, it just wasn't quite as good as the first two Eden Moore books. The pacing is slow in comparison, which probably hurts the book more than anything else. I kept waiting for something more to happen, and the ending just seemed rather anticlimactic.

That being said, I really think Priest is doing a bang-up job of developing the overall storyline of Eden Moore's universe. I won't spoil it for people who haven't read it yet, but let me just say she takes Malachi and Nick in some interesting directions. Eden herself has some, ah, odd occurrences. I will say I'm a little concerned about her going the way of LKH's Anita Blake and heading into Mary sue territory just a wee bit. However, given Priest's superior character building ability, I'm placing my bet on her rescuing her main character from that fate.

Despite my criticisms, I'm still very glad I bought "Not Flesh Nor Feathers". There are some key plot developments here that shouldn't be missed, and even with the slow pacing it's still a highly enjoyable read.
Eden Moore: Eden Moore - Not Flesh Nor Feathers Not Flesh Nor Feathers download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Cherie Priest
ISBN: 0857687743
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Titan Books Ltd (October 26, 2012)
Pages: 365 pages