Storm Cursed (Mercy Thompson Series #11)

Storm Cursed (Mercy Thompson Series #11)

by Patricia Briggs

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In this powerful entry in the #1 New York Times bestselling series, Mercy Thompson must face a deadly enemy to defend all she loves…
My name is Mercedes Athena Thompson Hauptman, and I am a car mechanic.
And a coyote shapeshifter.
And the mate of the Alpha of the Columbia Basin werewolf pack.
Even so, none of that would have gotten me into trouble if, a few months ago, I hadn’t stood upon a bridge and taken responsibility for the safety of the citizens who lived in our territory. It seemed like the thing to do at the time. It should have only involved hunting down killer goblins, zombie goats, and an occasional troll. Instead, our home was viewed as neutral ground, a place where humans would feel safe to come and treat with the fae.
The reality is that nothing and no one is safe.  As generals and politicians face off with the Gray Lords of the fae, a storm is coming and her name is Death.
But we are pack, and we have given our word. 
We will die to keep it.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780698195820
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 05/07/2019
Series: Mercy Thompson Series , #11
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 209
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Patricia Briggs is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Mercy Thompson urban fantasy series (Silence Fallen, Fire Touched) and the Alpha and Omega novels (Burn Bright, Dead Heat).

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Storm Cursed (Signed Book) (Mercy Thompson Series #11) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 146 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
I've been reading this series for a long time, and shine of them have been unable to hold my attention, but I finished this one in just under 4 hours from start to finish. I couldn't put it down. It reminded me of the first couple books in the series and I loved it. Welcome back, Mercy.
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Anonymous 5 months ago
Loved this book. As usual 5 stars, only wish it was longer ... sigh...
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Anonymous 5 months ago
I love this series, but the books are not long enough. Only 268:(
Anonymous 5 months ago
While it held true in mercy fashion it felt like same story different bad guy... but I did like that the witch is dead lol
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Anonymous 5 months ago
Loved it. Great new glimpse into the witch side of the world of Mercy.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Any follow up will be challenging, so perhaps my expectations were a bit higher. Still, storm cursed is not my favorite mercy.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Every book makes me love Mercy and her people more
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LynnLTX 6 months ago
In book #11 of the Mercy Thompson series, Mercy, Adam, and the pack are on their own since being officially separated from the Marrok and the North American Werewolves. They have become essentially the knight protectors of the Tri Cities territory. When zombie farm animals start showing up and something catastrophic happens to an ally, Mercy and Adam realize a new kind of war is coming. One little coyote and the strong Columbia Basin Pack have much to do to thwart a group who does not want them to treat with the Grey Lords or facilitate the Fae and the US government coming to détente. This new to them enemy has considerable power and magic of a kind that is an anathema to all but the most evil of creatures. With a high body count, this story has a darker tone than some of the previous books in the series and less of Mercy’s cheeky humor. Her relationship with Adam continues to strengthen even though much more strain and demands have been put on them since her declaration on that bridge to protect all the citizens of their territory, be they human or supernaturals. Fans of Stefan will be happy to see him helping Mercy; their relationship continues to be complicated because of the blood bond connection. The story focuses mainly on witches: white, grey, and black including how they produce their magic and gain power. As Adam and his workforce spend copious amounts of their time dealing with politics and politicians, Mercy takes the lead in figuring out where and who their problems are coming from with the help of Zee and his son, Tad, both of whom are also working in her newly reopened garage. This far into the series, many relationships, friend and foe have been established and so with a new paradigm set for Mercy’s pack, those bonds become very important and the enemies more deadly. Mercy’s “father” Coyote is around but whether he is a help or hindrance always remains a big question. Readers will be glad more is revealed about the enigmatic Sherwood Post who has some surprising hidden talents. And the very creepy and powerful Wulfe comes out to play as well so there is a plenty of drama. As always, Mercy’s big heart and penchant for trouble provides readers a lot of action, adventure, and emotional turmoil to experience whether good, bad, or just plain scary, this book will take everyone on quite a journey.
Anonymous 4 days ago
Great series when you just need to unplug. Well written, great action, perfect vacation for the mind
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SleepDreamWrite 9 days ago
Well, got to say this many books in and the series is still going strong. Loved this one. Mercy and Adam are probably my favorite book they are one of my favorites. The writnig is still good, same with the pacing, characters, etc. Like the characters in this and glad we're getting some character development throughout as well. Also like the covers as well. As always with this series, of course couldn't put this down. Really want to read the next one.
Anonymous 11 days ago
I like the characters and flow of the stories
Anonymous 14 days ago
Another in a good series
Anonymous 16 days ago
Another fantastic installment in the Mercy Thompson series (based in the Tri-Cities, my back yard!). I’ve been enthralled by Patricia Briggs’ writing since first reading “Hobb’s Bargain” decades ago, her stories draw you in and you will love her characters. I’m always eager for the next book to come out!
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Anonymous 19 days ago
I hate to give Patty a review this low. I LOVE the Mercy Thompson series but this is by far her worst book yet. At the start of June, this year, I started Moon Called and have read my way through to Storm Cursed. I'm almost done and its just not the same as the rest. I'm very sad that she brought politics into this book. Its everywhere else and reading has been my escape from it. It doesn't matter what side i'm on because i'm tired of both sides leeching into my every day life. This book seemed rushed, not well put together and more of a political stance then a true Mercy Thompson book. I just binged read the entire series this last three weeks, this book just doesn't fit with the rest. I see bits and pieces of the characters that I love in this book but its mostly just off.... Its been very hard to read. It normally takes me two or three days to finish one of her books because I can't put them down. This book, however, is hard to pick up to finish. I have high hopes for her next Mercy book Smoke Bitten. As of right now though, I might recommend if you haven't started this book yet to stop at Silence Fallen.
Boundlessbookreviews 19 days ago
Mercy and her pack of werewolves are finding out what it means to protect their territory.  As talks of peace are trying to take place between the humans and the Gray Lords, a Coven of Black Witches has invaded the Columbia Basin pack’s territory bring with them death, destruction, and zombies.   I love listening to Lorelei King’s rendition of Mercy Thompson.  She just brings all of the characters to life.  The only issue I have with listening to audiobooks vs. reading is that I don’t absorb everything the same way. That’s because I am usually doing something else while listening to the book.  It makes it very convenient but also a bit of a bummer because sometimes I feel like I miss the details I need.   This is a series that I could go back and read again from the beginning. It’s that good.  Storm Cursed is an excellent addition to the series, its full of danger, action, magic and a whole lot of Mercy. 
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