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Shifting Shadows: Stories from the World of Mercy Thompson [Kindle Edition]

Patricia Briggs
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Briggs' heroine Mercy Thompson stands out ...This mixture of monsters, myth, metamorphosis and magic seasoned with travelogue is handled with skill and the necessary conviction TELEGRAPH Mercy is my favorite urban fantasy heroine, period ... I cannot wait for what comes next for Mercy, Adam and the gang THE BOOK SMUGGLERS I'll always want more Mercy, but I'm learning that however long it takes, Mercy Thompson books are always worth the wait All Things Urban Fantasy Mercy is kick ass and has turned into one of my favorite female heroines ... I'm a fan until the end URBAN FANTASY INVESTIGATIONS

Kurzbeschreibung

Mercy Thompson’s world just got a whole lot bigger…

A collection of all-new and previously published short stories featuring Mercy Thompson, “one of the best heroines in the urban fantasy genre today” (Fiction Vixen Book Reviews), and the characters she calls friends…

Includes the new stories…
“Silver”
“Roses in Winter”
“Redemption”
“Hollow”

…and reader favorites
“Fairy Gifts”
“Gray”
“Alpha and Omega”
“Seeing Eye”
“The Star of David”
“In Red, with Pearls”

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1406 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 465 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 0356505278
  • Verlag: Ace (2. September 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00IOE4M9O
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Aktiviert
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.8 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (4 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #75.564 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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Patricia Briggs, Jahrgang 1965, wuchs in Montana auf und interessiert sich seit ihrer Kindheit für Phantastisches. So studierte sie neben Geschichte auch Deutsch, denn ihre große Liebe gilt Burgen und Märchen. Neben erfolgreichen und preisgekrönten Fantasy-Romanen wie "Drachenzauber" widmet sie sich ihrer Mystery-Saga um Mercy Thompson. Nach mehreren Umzügen lebt die Autorin heute gemeinsam mit ihrem Mann, drei Kindern und zahlreichen Haustieren in Washington State.

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In SHIFTING SHADOWS sind alle Kurzgeschichten, die Patricia Briggs zu Mercy und ihrem Universum verfasst hat, versammelt. Einige der Geschichten sind bereits in diversen Anthologien erschienen, aber es gibt vier neue Erzählungen und zwei Outtakes aus SILVER BORNE und NIGHT BROKEN.
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SILVER: In dieser Geschichte bekommen wir nicht nur einen Einblick in Samuels und Brans Leben kurz nach ihrer Umwandlung zum Werwolf, wir erfahren auch unter welchen Umständen sich Ariana und Samuel kennen gelernt haben.
FAIRY GIFTS: Der Vampir Thomas kehrt nach langen Jahren in seine Heimatstadt Butte zurück. Es scheint so, als hätte ihn eine Fae dorthin gerufen, aber was kann sie von ihm wollen?
GRAY: Die Vampirin Elyna kehrt nach Chicago zurück und möchte sich dort ein neues Leben aufbauen. Aber kann sie die Geister der Vergangenheit hinter sich lassen?
SEEING EYE: Der Werwolf Tom bittet die weiße Hexe Moira um Hilfe. Sein Bruder ist von einem Hexenzirkel entführt worden und Moira soll helfen, ihn aufzuspüren.
ALPHA AND OMEGA: Die Kurzgeschichte handelt von der ersten Begegnung zwischen Anna und Charles und ist der Beginn der gleichnamigen Serie.
THE STAR OF DAVID: Werwolf David Christiansen bekommt einen Anruf von seiner Tochter Stella, die ihn nach jahrelanger Funkstille um Hilfe bittet. Ein Junge, für den sie als Sozialarbeiterin verantwortlich ist, steckt in Schwierigkeiten und nur ein Werwolf scheint noch helfen zu können.
ROSES IN WINTER: In dieser Kurzgeschichte erfahren wir, was mit dem Werwolfmädchen Kara aus BLOOD BOUND passiert ist. Ihre ersten Gehversuche im Pack des Marrok gestalten sich schwierig, umso überraschender ist es, als ihr ausgerechnet Asil zu Hilfe kommt.
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Patricia Briggs kann Kurzgeschichten schreiben, insofern lohnt es sich, das Buch zu lesen. Bei ihr sind Kurzgeschichten stimmig, spannend und stehen für sich ohne redundant zu sein. Das können wahrlich nicht alle AutorInnen des Genres und es spricht für Patricia Briggs Talent!
Außerdem hilft einem das Buch dabei, die Zeit bis zum nächsten Buch zu überbrücken und das ist gut.
Besonders gefallen hat mir die erste Geschichte, die Samuels erste Begegnung mit Ariana schildert, in den ersten Jahrhunderten nach Christus in England.
Auch schön ist die Geschichte, die die erste schwere Zeit des jungen Werwolfmädchens Kara im Pack des Marrok schildert.
Ich finde allerdings 10 Euro teuer dafür, dass mindestens die Geschichte über die erste Begegnung zwischen Charles und Anna schon früher veröffentlicht wurde. Deshalb auch nur 4 Sterne
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5.0 von 5 Sternen collection of short stories 27. Oktober 2014
Von Patricia
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This book is a collection of short stories starring Mercy herself and other beloved characters such as Ariana (Samuel's mate), Thomas Hao ("Frost Burned" I think) or Moira (white witch from "Hunting Ground"). I hugely enjoyed this book, the short stories are not necessary to understand the series, but make the series more complete and compliment it nicely.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kurzgeschichten aus Mercys Welt 29. September 2014
Von MoMa
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Als Ergänzung zur Mercy Thompson Serie unbedingt lesen. Ich mochte jede der Kurzgeschichten und , na klar , ich hungere schon wieder nach mehr.....
Und vielen Dank an Patricia Briggs für die Spoiler Warnungen in Vorwort zu jeder Geschichte , hilfreich für alle die nicht beim letzten Roman angekommen sind.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Made me miss this world 2. September 2014
Von Jen (Red Hot Books) - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This anthology contains a smattering of short stories set in the world of Mercy Thompson. They span centuries. Some have no discernible link to the characters and storylines we know. Others tie directly in with the series. I enjoyed a few of the stories more than others, but I thought all were worth reading.

Silver - I have to admit that when we were first introduced to a Samuel/ Ariana pairing in Silver Borne, it felt a little too convenient for me. Samuel had been pining for Mercy and then all of a sudden, we find out he had this long lost love who shows up just when Mercy picks Adam for her man? Eh. But I will say that this origin story helps. "Silver" takes us back to a time when Samuel and Bran were human. We bear witness as they are turned into wolves and live under the cruel hand of Bran's mother.

In duel POVs, the story also introduces us to Ariana and shows us her life, shackled to her power-hungry father. We see firsthand how she became so terrified of wolves and how Samuel came into her life and captured her heart.

In some ways, this felt very removed from the Mercy books. It was so long ago that even the telling of the story felt a little foreign. It's hard to describe, but its in everything from the way the characters speak to their frame of reference. It took me a few chapters to connect to it -and once I did, it was over. But it did what it was designed to do. It makes the events of Silver Borne a bit more believable and it went a long way towards getting me on-board with the relationship between Samuel and Ariana.

Fairy Gifts - (previously published) The story surrounds a vampire named Thomas who has returned to the old mining town of his youth. While there, he remembers the events that led to his turning and then, his eventual freedom. The story comes full circle as he reunites with the woman who granted him freedom.

It's a story I ended up enjoying more than I thought I would when I started it, but it was very short and just when I got interested, it was over. Plus, it had no core characters from the Mercy series, so it felt a little out of place -or at least, not what I was expecting. Savvier readers than I remember Thomas from Night Broken and Frost Burned. I guess I am due for a series reread.

Gray - (previously published) This was another short that was well removed from the Mercy storyline. It follows a vampire named Elyna who has finally broken away from her master to return to the home she once shared with her husband. Her happy life is long gone and he is long dead, but it's still a poignant story that allows her to reconnect to her lost love. I thought this was a good one.

Seeing Eye - I really liked this story! We're finally back to folks from the Mercy World. Tom and Moira are actually a couple we meet in the Alpha and Omega series, and this is their origin story. Moira is a white witch blinded in a sacrifice for more power. Tom is a werewolf who comes to her for help when his brother is kidnapped. This one has a little more relationship building than the other stories, which is a win for the romance reader in me. Even in a short time, I felt like I knew these characters and could already feel the pull they had toward one another.

Alpha & Omega - (previously published) Easily the best story in the book, this is also the story most likely to have already been read by Mercy fans. It takes place after the events of Moon Called and kicks off the Alpha & Omega spinoff. The story features Anna, a woman changed into a werewolf against her will and badly abused by her pack. She has taken it in silence for years, but she finally calls Bran, the Marrok, for help once she sees an article in the paper about a wolf she had seen in a cage at her Alpha's home. Not only is Bran already aware of the problem, but his son Charles is already on his way to investigate the pack.

When Charles arrives, he is instantly drawn to Anna. He realizes that she is not a submissive, but an Omega. She has the ability to calm a dominant wolf. And his wolf sees her as his mate. I absolutely loved this story. I loved that Charles finally gave Anna a way to feel safe. I loved that she found someone who will cherish her and care for her. The mystery of what was happening in Anna's pack was engaging and unpredictable and the ending sets up the Alpha & Omega series, which continues with the full-length novel, Cry Wolf. You could start the series with that book, but if you skip this short story, you are really missing out.

The Star of David - (previously published) I thought this story was pretty sad. Poor David had such a horrible time in his transition to becoming a werewolf. He was turned as a soldier in Vietnam and came home to an unfaithful wife. Unable to control the animal inside of him, he killed her and her lover. It cost him his young daughter. Now, she is a woman fully grown and needs the kind of help only he can give her. There is some redemption to be found here, but it's bittersweet. Poor David needs a HEA.

Roses in Winter - In the forward to this, Briggs says fans have been asking for ages about Kara's story. After reading it, I can't imagine they won't want more. You may remember that Kara is the young girl bitten and changed into a werewolf as a child, then sent to live with Bran's pack. Here we see her settling in and trying to find peace with her wolf. What is so lovely about her story is the connection she forges with Asail. I loved reading about her in his POV; he is such a great character. I hope to get more of his (and Kara's) story in books to come.

In Red, With Pearls - (previously published) Mercy might think Warren is a laid back guy, but we see that's not entirely true, when someone sics a zombie on his boyfriend. Warren takes the offensive with the witch Elizaveta's niece in tow. I liked seeing this side to him... the reminder that he has to be pretty darn tough to survive has long as he has. I thought the ending wrapped up a little too easy but it was interesting and managed to surprise me.

Redemption - Who doesn't want a Ben story?? Ever since Ben was there for Mercy in the aftermath of her attack, I've had a huge soft spot for him. He's snarly. He has issues. And he curses like a sailor. But under it all, he is a damaged man who is trying to put his life together in the first stable environment he has ever known. This story is a revelation for him, as he learns what it means to be a dominant wolf and allows himself to indulge in protective instincts for the very first time. Plus -- there are Mercy & Adam cameos, giving us the first glimpse of them in the anthology.

Hollow - A new Mercy story here!! This is set after the events of Night Broken and has some mild spoilers from that book. Be sure to read this after you are up to date on the series. Here, a woman seeks Mercy's help with a ghost problem. Mercy takes new pack member Zach along as she tries to figure out who is doing the haunting and how to make it stop. The story is short, but satisfying and left me hungry for more Mercy and Adam!

Deleted scenes - One is a brief Adam POV in the hospital from the end of Night Broken. The other is from Silver Borne: a reunion scene between Samuel and Ariana. It contains my favorite quote in the book:
"...I have waited for so long, Ariana. I looked and looked. Then I went on with my life, all the while knowing that you were missing from it."
"You don't know me," she said roughly, her throat closed at the thought that he might have been gone.
"No," he said with simple honestly. "And yet I have loved you forever."

`Nuff said. I think any Mercy fan will enjoy this collection.

Rating: B
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Fans won't want to miss this compilation 5. September 2014
Von A Book Obsession.. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I feel I should start off this review with two disclaimers. One, I'm a huge fan of both the Mercy Thompson series and Alpha and Omega series, so I'm excited to read anything that has to do with them. Two, I'm not the biggest fan of short stories, especially the ones that aren't directly tied to characters that are well established in a series. I just don't think there's enough of a word count to fully develop things enough for me to get sucked into things. So that being said, I enjoyed some of these stories much more than others. I'll touch briefly on each of them.

Silver - I'm one of those readers who have been dying to see more behind the man that Bran is, especially a look into his past. This story tells the very beginning of his and Samuel's lives as werewolves. It was an interesting addition to the series, but in true to character form, it left more than a few things secret, and I'm not sure if I truly know anything more about Bran from this story than before. Samuel yes, but Bran know. I guess he'll continue to remain a mystery. Oh and P.S. this one's pretty depressing, but I pretty much knew that going into things. Their past had been said to not be a happy one...

Roses in Winter - This was another one that involved a character I wanted to know more about. The young werewolf from early in the Mercy series, Kira. I wanted to see what became of her after she went to the Marrok, and this tells that story, along with a better look into Asil. Very enjoyable.

Redemption - This one's about Ben. While he's a rude and messed up werewolf, and has very little respect for women, I've always loved his character. From the point where he stood by Mercy after the terrible thing that happened to her, I was forever sold on him. This story shows a bit deeper look into this surly man, and also showed him moving on the path towards healing.

Hollow - A Mercy story. What can I say other than I simply loved it. And when Adam came in while Mercy was yet again hurt and in the thick of things, well that just summed everything up perfectly for them. Loved it!

Fairy Gifts - This one was a bit harder to me connect to as the characters weren't anyone I was attached to from the series, but it did show an interesting journey between a vampire and a fae. Just a little bonus story as it were.

Gray - This was another that I didn't quite connect to as it wasn't any characters on my list of favorites, but putting that aside, it was an interesting story.

Alpha and Omega - This is Charles and Anna's beginning, and the story that completely sucked me into their series. I've re-read this opening and the entire series multiple times, and I couldn't help myself but to read it again. I forsee another re-read of their books in my near future.

Seeing Eye - I loved Moira and Tom in the Alpha and Omega books, so it was nice to see how they met. I do wish the story had been a bit longer however, as all we got to see was the attraction between them. I would have loved to have seen the beginning of their relationship, but this story was enjoyable nonetheless.

The Star of David - I really liked David's character from Moon Called, and I always wished to have seen more from him. That wish came true in this story, and I especially liked the way it ended, making it a good outtake in my book.

In Red, with Pearls - Ah Warren, I really adore him. He's so strong yet vulnerable all the same, and I loved seeing this extra story from him. The moral is not to mess with his mate, and it's a lesson hard learned.

All in all, if you are a fan of the world behind these two series, then you definitely won't want to miss this compilation. If you haven't read either series yet, you don't know what you are missing, but that being said, I wouldn't recommend starting here (with the exception of the Alpha and Omega story), as these stories would be better enjoyed with the full knowledge of the rest of the books. So either way, yet again the Mercy Thompson world earns my stamp of approval, and are a must read for any Urban Fantasy fan.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Other Peeks 7. September 2014
Von Arthur W. Jordin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
Shifting Shadows (2014) is the first Fantasy collection in the Mercy Thompson milieu. This volume contains an introduction and twelve stories with forewords.

- "Introduction" (original) by the author explains the reasons for the stories and the organization of the book. These tales are in internal chronological order.

- "Silver" (original) discloses the first meeting of Samuel and Ariana.

- "Fairy Gifts" (Naked City, 2011) takes Thomas to Butte for a sentimental journey.

- "Gray" (Home Improvement, 2011) brings Elyna back to Chicago to renew old memories.

- "Seeing Eye" (Strange Brew, 2009) introduces Tom and Moira. Tom comes to ask Moira to find his brother.

- "Alpha and Omega" (On the Prowl, 2007) introduces Charles and Anna. It covers the days before Cry Wolf.

- "The Star of David" (Wolfsbane and Mistletoe, 2008) pits David against a vampire.

- "Roses in Winter" (original) shows Kara learning to be a werewolf.

- "In Red, with Pearls" (Down These Strange Streets, 2011) engages Warren in a murder mystery.

- "Redemption" (original) teaches Ben more about being a dominant.

- "Hollow" (original) calls Mercy to meet a ghost.

- "OUTTAKE FROM Silver Borne" (original) involves Samuel and Ariana in the hunt for Mercy.

- "OUTTAKE FROM Night Broken" (original) follows Adam to a meeting with Coyote.

These tales provide background for the Mercy Thompson -- and Alpha and Omega -- stories. The outtakes give a glimpse of scenes that did not fit in the novels. Think of this volume as the rest of the story.

This work claims to contain all the short stories available at the time within this milieu. The spore of two more can be found at ISFDB. Surely there will be others to come.

Highly recommended for Briggs fans and for anyone else who enjoys tales of werewolves, vampires and fae. Read and enjoy!

-Arthur W. Jordin
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5.0 von 5 Sternen so satisfying! If you typically read negative reviews, read this first!!! 6. Oktober 2014
Von kestavara - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Ok, before I give my review, i want to make a quick comment on the VERY few negative, which seem to center on the fact that this is a collection of short stories, and for some reason feel like they were mislead. To quote from the COVER: "Stories from the world of Mercy Thompson. Includes four new stories together with six all-time favorites" Right there, on the front cover. Not even tiny letters; I could read it with increasing the image size. Can't quite pinpoint what is supposed to be misleading there. Patty delivers exactly as advertised.

And does she deliver!! I've been anticipating this since it was announced, and she lives up to the expectations she has trained her loyal readers to expect. She paints the picture and evokes emotion with her prose even in the short form. There is a reason I'm willing to shell out for a hardcover on the first day of release, even knowing I'd already read over half of the contents (the six previously published in other anthologies); I knew there would be delight and tears along the way. It's hard to cite specific examples without giving spoilers in shorts!

Let me say it this way. Randy and I have about four hours of drive time between two cities for business 2 days a week, and I read out loud instead of listening to cds most of the time while he drives. He suggested we add a trip the week it came out because he wanted to hear more! There were times while reading that I had to stop because I was laughing, and there were times my throat closed over with tears.

And I will say, that while the stories all can stand on their own, it definitely enhances the experience to have read the books so you know the world they're set in. The stories are arranged chronologically, so we started back before recorded history...and anyone who says they didn't want to know how Bran was changed is flat out lying! Oddly enough, it's not really about Bran, but in her own unique way, Briggs answers so many questions without having to hit you over the head with it, and lets you feel the heartache because sometimes that's just the way life is. There's the A-HA! moment when you realize who the vampire is in "Fairy Gifts". "Redemption" made me cry in more than one way. Checking in on our little Kara, the child who shouldn't have survived being changed into a werewolf; and then later with our favorite foul-mouthed British import. I won't mention all of them, but resounding through it all the strength and honor and love and commitment that makes pack so tangible that there's that secret little part of you that wishes you could be Changed with them.

To be clear, I did NOT receive a free copy in exchange for my review! I have no problem paying for the fruits of a good author's labor. Seriously, I just appreciate someone who is so adept at her craft.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic anthology from the Mercy Thompson and Alpha/Omega Universe 3. September 2014
Von JSG - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Excellent set of short stories, four of which are new, and the rest wonderful old favorites nicely collected together. I particularly adored the first story "Silver", and it's semi-conclusion toward the end of the collection, an out-take about Samuel and Ariana. I also loved the Adam out-take. The new Mercy ghost story was just plain FUN. Also any story with Asil in it is welcomed! And Ben's story ROCKED - coming from a similar nerd world myself, I could definitely relate (though we have quite a lot of women who do wonderful work in my world, but Ben is... Ben - not a big fan of the feminine). A couple of the stories caused me to pull up the novels that preceded the short story or out-take to remind me of the events, which I found very fun. I loved how Ms. Briggs carefully described when each short story occurred (between which novels) and added author comments for each. These stories round out the Mercy Universe wonderfully and make it even better than it already was. Highly recommended if you are a Mercy and Alpha/Omega dedicated fan like I am! Oh and did I forget to mention how well written the stories are too? Now I just have to wait until March 2015 for the next Alpha/Omega novel to be published... Open...Open...Open... :D
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