Kitty Goes to Washington

Kitty Goes to Washington Celebrity werewolf and late night radio host Kitty Norville prefers to be heard and not seen So when she s invited to testify at a Senate hearing on behalf of supernaturals and her face gets plastere

Celebrity werewolf and late night radio host Kitty Norville prefers to be heard and not seen So when she s invited to testify at a Senate hearing on behalf of supernaturals, and her face gets plastered on national TV, she inherits a new set of friends, and enemies, including the vampire mistress of the city an ber hot Brazilian were jaguar and a Bible thumping senatorCelebrity werewolf and late night radio host Kitty Norville prefers to be heard and not seen So when she s invited to testify at a Senate hearing on behalf of supernaturals, and her face gets plastered on national TV, she inherits a new set of friends, and enemies, including the vampire mistress of the city an ber hot Brazilian were jaguar and a Bible thumping senator who wants to expose Kitty as a monster Kitty quickly learns that in this city of dirty politicians and backstabbing pundits, everyone s itching for a fight.

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Kitty Goes to Washington

  1. Carrie Vaughn is best known for her New York Times bestselling series of novels about a werewolf named Kitty who hosts a talk radio show for the supernaturally disadvantaged The fourteenth installment, Kitty Saves the World, was released in 2015 Her forthcoming novels include a near Earth space opera, Martians Abroad, from Tor Books, and a post apocalyptic murder mystery, Bannerless, from John Joseph Adams Books She s written several other contemporary fantasy and young adult novels, as well as upwards of 80 short stories She s a contributor to the Wild Cards series of shared world superhero books edited by George R R Martin and a graduate of the Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop An Air Force brat, she survived her nomadic childhood and managed to put down roots in Boulder, Colorado Visit her at carrievaughn.

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  1. Reviewed by Rabid Reads.Kitty took a vital step towards becoming the strong heroine that Urban Fantasy buffs crave by severing ties with her dysfunctional pack in KITTY AND THE MIDNIGHT HOUR However, she still has a long way to go in that area, and her submissiveness remains one of the biggest turn offs of this series for me This book addressed the supes now being out development in great detail while also succeeding in keeping me engaged with multiple plots and new characters.In KITTY GOES TO W [...]

  2. While the first Kitty Norville book had many gripes about Kitty being submissive and weak, it seems she s shaken off her pack mentality and is now standing firmly on her own two feet in the 2nd Kitty Norville book.I thoroughly enjoyed Kitty Goes to Washington, it had a much tighter plot and was much stronger than the last one Kitty s just a likeable character, she s charismatic and her strength is in building a rapport through her listeners and with people she s met Kitty Goes to Washington is c [...]

  3. Definitely liked this one than I did the second one but still not sure about it in terms of do I really want to read all 14 books I guess only time, and books will tell I will try the third one though because I can see how it will turn into a fun series.

  4. This series although I am only on book 2 is really missing something IMO I am trying hard to like the series, but I am just finding the books a little boring I think the idea behind the series is good I like the humor that occasionally pops up A werewolf named Kitty excellent irony The stories are a little lack luster.Also, I have a great picture in my mind of what sexy monster hunter, Cormac must look like based on the author s descriptionen she has to throw in a mustache Whamp, whamp, whamp Re [...]

  5. When you re looking for a easy, fun and entertaining urban fantasy, Kitty Goes to Washington hits the spot.Kitty Norville is somewhat on the run leaving her pack in the wake She has been doing her talk radio show during her travels when her lawyer contacts her and tells her that the U.S Congress has called Kitty to testify as an expert witness on the paranormal living among human kind.A sexy large cat shifter, the vampire Mistress of DC, an evil and powerful being Kitty never new existed and a p [...]

  6. Kitty Goes to Washington is an entertaining read Carrie Vaughn tells a great story full of politics and adds a twist of paranormal lore Kitty Norville is subpoenaed to testify at a Senate Subcommittee about paranatural biology Sounds boring, right While the politicking goes on in the human world, we are treated to all sorts of politics and posturing in the paranormal world The latter is much interesting.Upon her arrival in Washington, D.C Kitty is taken under the protection of Washington s vamp [...]

  7. 4.5 stars great I really enjoyed this story, it was pretty fabulous Kitty showed greater strength than she had in book one, maturity, and she found a group of shapeshifters living in harmony, so my hopes of seeing her find a healthier pack came sort of true just for her time in Washington DC.I laughed out loud, or at least smiled wide enough that my cheeks hurt, three times, and I had tears pooling in my eyes once It is thanks to these emotional feelings that I m giving an otherwise 4 star real [...]

  8. 3.5 Stars Kitty Goes to Washington is the second instalment in the Kitty Norville series by Carrie Vaughn It pretty much beings where Kitty and the Midnight Hour finished.Kitty is on the run after leaving her pack and abusive alphas She s moving from city to city, doing her radio show, The Midnight Hour as she travels This time she ends up staying in Washington after agreeing to an interview with a senator She s also asked by the Vampire Mistress of the City to stay with her, which is a little a [...]

  9. I brought the first three Kitty books hoping for a truly interesting read I ve never been the biggest of werewolf fans I like them, but I do not love them in the way I love other supernatural creatures yet I was hoping this series would turn me around It was such a promising idea It was such an interesting idea A radio host of a supernatural chat show who just so happens to be a werewolf colour me interested.Unfortunately, the story failed to pull me in the way I had hope it would After being le [...]

  10. I enjoyed Kitty s world, but I found it weird how she wasn t allowed to interact with other shifters due to their instability or whatever and how Kitty only took the word of a vamp On the flip side, I found it interesting that this particular vamp wanted to help her, I was ultimately surprised This whole thing with the hearing and stuff was actually quite boring especially when we found out that the Senator was it , wanted to keep her from testifying until the full moon when she was volitile In [...]

  11. This book is serious than the first book Kitty s off to Washington to testify before a Senate committee chaired by a Christianist demagogue about the newly emergent vampire and were communities She is welcomed by Washington s primary vampire, centuries old Alette, who tells her the city s packs are anarchic and dangerous, and houses Kitty herself When Kitty meets the city s pack leaders at their restaurant headquarters, she discovers rather that they are un Pack, that they feel the Pack system [...]

  12. The story really shapes up as it goes along and took some very entertaining turns It isn t nearly as dark and unhappy as the first installment, and there was practically no gore yay I m a wimp Kitty is getting over her abusive pack and starting to assemble a new, supportive team I ended up liking Alette the vampire lawyer Ben and mercenary Cormac are starting to develop as characters and have a couple of fun entrances and I wouldn t mind seeing psychic Jeffrey in a future book, either.

  13. I almost gave this 4 stars because the book takes an interesting look at what our government would do if confronted by vampires werewolves It wasn t very in depth, of course This is a candy book fun, enjoyable a quick read Still, she tackled a bit than I would have expected Good series so far On to the next, Kitty takes a Holiday Since Kitty is a werewolf, it s bound to be fun.

  14. This one was much better than the first Kitty is really coming into her own but she still has a bit part of her that s a scaredy cat and I m tickled that she doesn t deny it exists She s brave, doing the right thing in spite of wanting to run, but she doesn t deny that she wants to run anyway I like that.I m enjoying this series On to the next.

  15. I liked the first one better This one was somewhat disjointed, but I will probably continue on with the series I like Kitty s character and I enjoy the radio show aspect.

  16. Another fun romp in the woods with Kitty These books are so easy to read like little delicious snack sized morsels I am totally lapping them up.In this one there was a lot less of the squicky submissive nature of Kitty s wolf in evidence, thank Heavens Don t get me wrong, it s not gone completely four years of molding and shaping yourself one way can t be eradicated overnight, but we at least see her making a conscious effort not to back down at every threat Even if she has to manually override [...]

  17. I think this Kitty series has a chance of growing into something interesting But this book was not it s champion To me it was extremely boring There were a few sparks but nothing caught fire.The book is based around the Senate hearing for Paranormal research The author seems to have researched the process and it reads like a real court transcript And by that I mean it s boring Have I said boring twice now Well I guess that makes three times now Now there are a few things I liked The introduction [...]

  18. I m sitting here wondering what I m going to put Some of the storyline is truly unbelievable Kitty is way too forgiving and accepting of things She s called to Washington to speak before some committee She s practically shanghaied to stay with a female vampire for her own good and warned to stay away from the alpha less shifters She s a little put out but not anything like I would think They freak out when she wants to go sightseeing and then team her up with a smarmy vampire to escort her to an [...]

  19. I did like it better than the first book, and I actually want to read the next in the series Not that I really enjoy them all that much or think they are that god, but I do wanna see what all the consequences of this book are The characters this time around were so much mature and interesting although Cormac still have the mustache Bleh and you got to know so much about and interact so much with Ben the lawyer which I loved He s probably my favorite characters in the series The plot though was [...]

  20. This is an excellent followup to Carrie s first Kitty book It is certainly not simply of the same, but a story all on its own You could even read this without having read the first one and get the full effect, though I d still recommend reading the first book to get the full background on Kitty herself.While book 1 is full of action, this read like a mystery wrapped up in government conspiracy and McCarthyist type witch hunting It was almost like a light paced Tom Clancy with a dab of supernat [...]

  21. 3.5 starsI liked that this one had plot, and Kitty wasn t weak like she was in the first book, but I was bored during the whole political parts Still looking forward to continue with this series

  22. Second in the Kitty Norville urban fantasy series about a werewolf radio show host in Denver.My TakeI enjoyed this And I sometimes hate that I won t allow myself to read the next installment in a series until I ve done the just finished story s review first The series, Kitty Norville, is total fluff and lots of fun while Kitty herself has a nice sense of honor even as she s trying to find herself in the new role life has thrust upon her Vaughn presents a nice balance of Kitty becoming stronger i [...]

  23. Kitty Norville is a character that a lot of people seem to have a problem relating to, at least in the beginning of the series To a point, it s understandable She s a werewolf but not the bad ass she wolf everyone is used to in virtually every urban fantasy werewolf story She s kind of a coward and rolls over easily She s jumpy like a cat instead of a fearsome predator These attributes are actually why I keep reading It s a change from your usual she kicks all the ass immediately and no one can [...]

  24. I wanted to like it, I really did The plot is so convoluted though It s a case of writing in character actions that characters wouldn t ever really take just to further the plot view spoiler Why would a prominent figure kidnap someone and then broadcast it Kidnapping is illegal If you were going to commit a crime, wouldn t you want to do it under the radar, so you could, oh, I don t know, get away with it maybe And why in the world would they give her a microphone She s their hostage They owe he [...]

  25. With the publication of the 14th and final book in this series a few weeks ago Kitty Saves the World , I thought it was high time I got back to it This second Kitty Norville book was quite a nice step up from book one I thought the first book in the series Kitty and the Midnight Hour was a nice introduction to the character but also felt it meandered around quite a bit, trying to understand just what sort of story it was going to be But this second book has a much tighter plot structure and at t [...]

  26. While I love the Kitty Norville series, I have to say that this volume brought up two big issues I didn t realize I had with the series I ll warn any potential readers, this review will be semi spoilerish Nothing major, but some spoilers Overall this is a good read and one that I greatly enjoyed, so if you re wondering if you should pick up the series or if you should continue, I highly recommend it It s pulp urban fantasy, but it s good pulp That said, one of my first issues with the book is th [...]

  27. I liked this so much better than the first book The first book was super triggery for me, with Kitty s submissive nature and the sex dominance control thing going on in her pack This book was Kitty learning how to be Kitty and I kind of like her when she s on her own This book is enough for me to look forward to picking up book 3 and reading it.Kitty s in DC to testify before a Senate committee Her lawyer, Ben, is there with her, and Ben turns out to be kind of a cool guy, definitely the rock Ki [...]

  28. OK I have to say, I love Kitty Norville Kitty Goes to Washington is book 2 in the series, by Carrie Vaughn Following her hasty departure from Denver in Kitty and the Midnight Hour, Kitty is doing her late night radio show at a different station every week Now, she s been summoned to Washington, DC, to testify before Congress about supernaturals since she has come out as a werewolf on the show As soon as Kitty arrives in the nation s capitol, she is intercepted by the minions of Alette, the city [...]

  29. I like a little romance and sizzle to go along with my Urban Fantasies This series has very little, closer to none Yet, it s still able to keep my interest Without repeating anything I said about Kitty and the Midnight Hour, I m going to write about what this book brought to the series.Yeahs The new characters were a treat to meet Luis, Kitty s semi love interest, is a Brazilian Jaguar that did not get enough screen time I m hoping we get to see of him Ahmed, the semi Alpha of a group of shifte [...]

  30. Books, like food, can range in taste Sometimes you want a deep, lawyered piece of non fiction Sometimes a broad fantasy epic And sometimes, you want something concise, fun and to the point Kitty Goes to Washington is the last, and in that regard it is very satisfying.Kitty, coming off the events of the first book, has become a bit of a wanderer Doing her radio program where she can find a station to host her, she finds out that the revelations that ended the the last book have forced a senate co [...]

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