Night Myst

Night Myst Eons ago vampires tried to turn the Dark Fae in order to harness their magic only to create a demonic enemy powerful than they imagined Now Myst the Vampiric Fae Queen of the Indigo Court has enou

  • Title: Night Myst
  • Author: Yasmine Galenorn
  • ISBN: 9780515148145
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Eons ago, vampires tried to turn the Dark Fae in order to harness their magic, only to create a demonic enemy powerful than they imagined Now Myst, the Vampiric Fae Queen of the Indigo Court, has enough power to begin a long prophesied supernatural war And Cicely Waters, a witch who can control the wind, may be the only one who can stop her and save her beloved FaeEons ago, vampires tried to turn the Dark Fae in order to harness their magic, only to create a demonic enemy powerful than they imagined Now Myst, the Vampiric Fae Queen of the Indigo Court, has enough power to begin a long prophesied supernatural war And Cicely Waters, a witch who can control the wind, may be the only one who can stop her and save her beloved Fae prince from the Queen s enslavement.Cicely Waters, a witch who can control the wind, has returned home to New Forest, Washington, after learning that her family is in danger The Indigo Court holds the city in fear People are vanishing, and strange deaths plague the town And when she is swept into an unexpected and passionate reunion with Grieve, the Fae prince who taught her how to harness the wind, Cicely finds herself with a fierce and territorial lover.But Greive has been enslaved in Myst s court, and now, caught betwen two evils, the lovers must survive the machinations of the Vampiric Fae queen, even as Cicely untangles the hidden secrets to her own heritage.

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    • Yasmine Galenorn

      Yasmine Galenorn is the New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestselling author of the Otherworld Series Sisters of the Moon , the Fury Unbound Series, the Whisper Hollow Series, and the Fly By Night Series In the past, she also wrote the Indigo Court Series, two mystery series and eight nonfiction metaphysical books She is now turning toward the indie side of publishing and bringing out her own work.Yasmine is a caffeine junkie and describes her life as a blend of teacups and tattoos the former in her china closet, the latter on her skin.She is a shamanic witch, has been married to Samwise Galenorn since 1993, is the mother of four cats, and they reside in Kirkland WATE ALWAYS check the website and blog, and please sign up for her newsletter there to keep current with new and upcoming releases Facebook and Twitter are NOT viable places to find out all this information.

    442 thoughts on “Night Myst

    • I had finished my last book and nothing was waiting for me at the library so I picked this up on a quick trip to the mall. Rarely do I just randomly buy a book without looking it up first and this why I guess.I really didn't care for the book. The idea seemed terribly clever and interesting - vampiric fae? Cool! - but the execution was just dreadful.The whole book felt like one giant cliche. And I just rolled my eyes through most of it. The parts I didn't roll my eyes at were the disgusting semi [...]

    • Review courtesy of AllThingsUrbanFantasyNIGHT MYST was my first Yasmine Galenorn novel and I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised. I’d been sort of leery of her books as I understood them to be more in the erotica genre, but I would have to categorize this book as closer to urban fantasy romantica. Why? Because although there is plenty of sex (and it is explicit), it serves to support a richly complex world populated with fully fleshed out characters and not the other way around. Sex [...]

    • 4.5 stars - This book is how I'd like all my Urban fantasy to read good storyline, sweet world, good strong characters and amazingly sizzling hot chemistry (and lots of it). I enjoy Urban Fantasy for it's action packed storylines but I cringe when it takes 3 books into a series before the romance takes off and we get any action in that department. Night Myst hit it on the nose! You get action in all departments right from the start.Yeahs ::* The paranormal world created was easy to follow and s [...]

    • This book is a brain cells killer. I will not recommend it to anyone of my acquaintance. I didn’t like any of the characters in this book. And my only feelings toward the main heroine were pity and irritation. I often caught myself on a thought, that she is a slutty, stupid and immature.I didn’t like the style either. The language was poor and the author uses the rule of three far too often. I mean a constant repeating of the same things and phrases in hopes that the “stupid” reader will [...]

    • Why I read: Offered for review and I really wanted to try this author.Favorite Quote: Don’t count your chickens before they turn into KFC.Cicely Waters has found it is time to return home to New Forest, her hometown in the state of Washington. Having lived most of her life on the streets, going from town to town with her drug addicted mother, now that her mother is dead, Cicely is going home. But it is not a welcoming homecoming.  People in New Forest are dead and going missing at an alarming [...]

    • I like to go into a series knowing nothing about it. Whether its good or not. It makes the reading experience even better. And wit this, it was just that. 3.5 for the most part and then near the end it slowly got to a 4. So you could say this is both 3.5 and 4 stars for me.The cover I kind of like, though mostly for the tattoos and the forest background. Not a fan of the whole girl standing, posing on the cover. But still, the book was pretty good for the most part. I liked the MC, I liked the o [...]

    • This took me a while to get into. I just didn't connect with Cicely right away, though the world was intriguing. Grieve started out kind of a jerk, but now that I know some things, he's not so bad. I like all the friends Cicely has, like her cousin Rhiannon. The town is intriguing, too. I love anything having to do with Fae, so I'm glad I gave it a shot. Speaking of the paranormal creatures, I really disliked the vampires. At this point, I'm not sure when I'll read book 2. This was a good action [...]

    • Auch wenn mir die Geschichte eigentlich hätte gefallen müssen, allein von der Prämisse her, so konnte mich die Umsetzung doch nicht überzeugen. Schade

    • ORIGINALLY POSTED AT Fantasy Literature.Cicely Waters, 26 year-old black-clad, green-eyed, tight-abbed, tattooed, street-fighting witch, has been summoned back to her Cascadian hometown so she can use her powers to help solve the mystery of a witch's murder and some strange disappearances. Soon Cicely finds that things are worse than she could have imagined when she learns that the Indigo Court, an old race of vampiric fae, are planning to take control of both their vampire and fae ancestors. Ci [...]

    • Have you ever seen a good idea that was either derailed by lack of explanation, and/or the reading of it was hamstrung by the dialogue and editing? That's what happened here.The framework of story that's set up has real promise - it's a bit weird (vampiric fae, warring with "regular" fae, with humans caught in the middle), but what sci-fi and/or fantasy story doesn't contain something weird? - but then it gets buried under terrible dialogue, awkward exposition, mistakes in editing (very few, min [...]

    • while not the absolute worst book i have ever read, Night Myst definitely makes the bottom 10. the reason why i gave this book 2 stars instead of 1 is that, in spite of how terrifically awful it is, i still want to read the rest of the series and find out how it all endse biggest problem with this book is the main character, Cecily. not only is she a witch, but you later find out that she's half-fae. and not just any old type of fae, but a special kind of fae that can shape-shift into an owl. th [...]

    • I am very partial to books about Faeries, Vampires, Shifters, witches etc etc. This one had them all over the place. Cicely a magic born witch, had been a drifter since her childhood, due to her bloodwhore junkie mother. A call home brings Cicely back to New Forest, back to her home, her family, and her lover Grieve. But when she gets there she doesn't know that magic born folk are disappearing all over the place, but then soon learns that the Queen of the Indigo Court Myst, the first Vampiric F [...]

    • A long, long time ago vampires tried to turn Dark Fae to harness their magic and they created a demonic enemy more powerful than they imagined. Myst is the Vampiric Fae Queen of the Indigo Court and wants control over humans and everything else. Cicley Waters is a witch who can control the wind and has Ulean, her guide and spirit of the wind to watch over her. She returns to her home town and ends up being sucked into a world full of evil and mayhem. She also must face her one true love, Grieve [...]

    • The entire book I kept wondering when the climax would occur. I got to the last page and could not believe it was over. Cheated, I realized the story was never intended to be more than exposition for the next book in the series. What a let down.

    • I've been a huge fan of Yasmine's Otherworld series for a few years now but have been busy and hadn't had a chance to dive into any of her other series. I won this one in a contest and I dived right in. I really loved this book, even from the start. There's a lot of history and it was a tiny bit confusing at times trying to make sense of it all but to me that's pretty normal with any of the authors I read. Whenever I pick up a new book from a new author, it takes time for me to accumulate to the [...]

    • Cicely Waters is a witch who manipulates air. At the age of 6, she and her mom began a life on the run. Growing up, she watched her mom slip deeper and deeper into the clutches of her addiction until she finally lost her life to it a few years ago. Unable to understand why, she was unable to go home for good until the day she learns that the only family she has left is in danger. When finally she makes it back, it is o learn that for some it is already too late, and if she is to survive the dark [...]

    • Night Myst is the first book the Indigo Court series, by Yasmine Galenorn. Yasmine Galenorn has the ability to set up a very interesting and intriguing world. I enjoyed that Night Myst was told from Cicely's point of view.I have to say that I loved the idea of Vampirie Fae, I don't believe I have read a book with them before, and it was an interesting twist. The vampire fae was a failed experiment by the Crimson Court to enslave the fae. However the vampire fae became a separate court, the Indig [...]

    • Night Myst is the first book of Indigo Court series, and also the first time I try to read Yasmine Galenorn's books. I have her Otherworld series which in my opinion is pretty cool since she write it from 3 sister POV and each book, the POV always change. Also it have pretty covers too. Night Myst also has pretty cover, you know with "I'm sexy and I know it" pose, which I believe I will have difficulty to mimic it :)).I like this book, like the Fae myth behind it. Yasmine Galenorn herself is sha [...]

    • Yasmine Galenorn created another fabulous story and a wonderful set of characters. NIGHT MYST is the first book in the new Indigo Court series, which promises to be just as action packed and magical as her Sisters of the Moon series. Following Cicely Waters, an elemental witch as she struggles to discover herself while uncovering a dark force that has taken over her hometown, NIGHT MYST combines magic and mysticism with a fair amount of drama and adventure.The one thing that I really love about [...]

    • I found this enjoyable and with likable characters. The main character isn't annoying or bitchy. She doesn't whine. Cicely Waters does what needs doing. When she wants to rescue her lover, she doesn't place everyone in danger by doing so when it is a lost cause and bringing him with them would put them all at even greater risk. I like Cicely a lot and makes me want to continue on with her story.The world depicted in this book is an interesting one and I feel that the author worked within the con [...]

    • Bummer.The concept was unique. However, the execution was not good. It lacked focus and was sloppy and immature. In fact, it felt like something that my 13 year-old self could've written (I used to sneak-read Bodice Rippers at that age, so I could write a "story" with graphic sex scenes like the best of 'em). I found myself skimming through parts which seemed like pure filler, and feeling disappointed when arriving at scenes that COULD'VE led to an amazing climax (no pun intended) or built up th [...]

    • The first book in the Indigo Court series by Yasmine Galenorn (author of the Sisters of the Otherworld series). Cicely Waters is a magic-born, a witch, who has been on the run with her mother for years but now she's been called back home for the Indigo Court is stirring and she may be the key to their downfall. Can she save her aunt? Her friend? Her lover? And what will the cost be to save any of them?I read this in 2 days, it was soooo good and so hard to put down. An interesting mix of fae, va [...]

    • This book was filled with tell & not enough show. It also suffered from massive amounts of info dumping. I didn't find the characters particularly likable. The series' overall story arc has potential to be interesting if the author manages twist to keep reader's journey a fun read. (Although the end result is easily guessed.)They won the battle, but may have facilitated the enemies victory in the long run or so the book's message convayed. I rate this book a 2 stars. Will I read the next ins [...]

    • This was just ok for me. I didn't really feel any connection with the characters. There was a lot going on, almost too much, and a lot of the resolutions just felt too convenient.

    • THE STORYCicely waters has been traveling town to town with her junkie of a mother for years. Born a witch and taught to control wind at a young age by a member of fae royalty, she has struggled to continue learning and utilizing her magic while waiting for her mother to get her next fix. Suddenly, Cicely gets a call from her family home in New Forest, Washington with news that all is not well. A new and frightening force has settled over the town, people are disappearing, and the nights are no [...]

    • Author's site blurbUrban Fantasy(sex, language, violence)The moon sheds light on a playground for monsters and magicEons ago, vampires tried to turn the Dark Fae in order to harness their power. Instead, they created a demonic enemy more powerful than they dared to dream. Bent on enslaving the world, the Vampiric Fae have been quietly massing their strength for centuries. Now, Myst, queen of the Indigo Court, is rising againd a long-prophesied war is brewing.Born witches Cicely Waters and her co [...]

    • Cicely has been on the run with her mother for years. Only visiting home once a year but now that her mother has died, Now that the local leader of the witches has been murdered and her family is in danger Cicely heads for the only home she’s known. People are disappearing, bodies turning up and it’s not the vampires this time around. Within Cicely’s arrival her aunt and friend are added to the ones who have disappeared. Cicely also encounters her old love Greive who has been enslaved into [...]

    • Cicely has been on the road, and run, with her drug addict mother since she was a very little girl. Even though she is a very strong witch, her training suffered terribly, so her actual skills are much less than her potential. One day, however she gets a call from her aunt saying an elder witch has been murdered and that her magical business was left to Cicely. She makes the long journey home, only to find out that nothing and no one is the same. A dark cloud lingers over the town, and countless [...]

    • As seen on Rabidreads:Night Myst makes forests fun again!   Not a place you want to go to after dark or without your whole gang of friends in tow, this collection of trees where spiders weave their merry webs and Frost Elementals shoot ice crystals from their fingertips will not disappoint the fantasy crowd.On the urban end of things, we have Cicely Waters (a satisfactorily named protagonist?).    Anyways, she's been away from her hometown for a long time, marinating in the LA scene.    The [...]

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