Serpent in the Heather (Dark Talents #2)

Serpent in the Heather (Dark Talents #2)

Now officially working for the Secret Intelligence Service, Kim Tavistock is back to solve another mystery?this time a serial killer with deep Nazi ties?in the sequel to At the Table of Wolves. Summer, 1936. In England, an assassin is loose. Someone is killing young people who possess Talents. As terror overtakes Britain, Kim Tavistock, now officially employed by England?s Now officially working for the Secret Intelligence Service, Kim Tavistock is back to solve another mystery?thi...

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Title:Serpent in the Heather (Dark Talents #2)
Author:Kay Kenyon
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Genres:Historical
ISBN:1481487841
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:416 pages pages

Serpent in the Heather (Dark Talents #2) Reviews

  • Ailsa
    May 09, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

  • Rob
    Mar 19, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Hyacinthe
    Apr 20, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Jamie McFarlane
    May 05, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Mary Tharp
    May 09, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Mark
    Jun 16, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Nightwing
    Apr 11, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

  • Michael Godesky
    Jun 01, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

  • Rebecca
    Jun 07, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Matt Deluca
    Jun 11, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Ole Kristian
    Jun 13, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Justen
    May 27, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Katie
    May 15, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Hesione
    Jun 14, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

  • Minnemouse
    Apr 21, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Kathleen Sullivan
    May 13, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Andrea
    Apr 26, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Evie
    Dec 24, 2017

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Penny
    May 09, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • William Gillespie
    Mar 17, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Kate Parkinson
    Apr 10, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

  • Patrick St-Denis
    Feb 18, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

  • Steven Ridgely
    Jun 10, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Jac Miller
    Jun 05, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Tara (Spinatale Reviews)
    May 20, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

  • Mike CRrow
    Apr 11, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

  • Katie Bacon
    Apr 30, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Keagan Soakell-Ho
    May 27, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Aboucar
    May 25, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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  • Maggiemay1992
    Apr 24, 2018

    Serpent in the Heather is the second book in the Dark Talents series.  This series essentially combines all of my favorite genres since it's fantasy mixed with speculative historical fiction. After the events of the first book, Kim Tavistocks is officially working for the Secret Intel...

    There was a lot to love about Kay Kenyon's latest alternate history fantasy novel, At the Table of Wolves. So much so that I couldn't resist and decided to jump into the sequel sooner rather than later! The first installment was an introduction to what appeared to be a vaster and more ...

    When I read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, my opinion was basically that it's not perfect, but I'm not going to nitpick. It's popular genre fiction. It doesn't have to be Shakespeare. It's just fun to read a story about a cool mutant spy lady taking on the Nazis. And all of th...

    A great story. The second book in the Dark Talents series. Just as exciting and thrilling as the first. Set in pre- World War II Europe in a parallel world where one in a thousand people is seeing an awakening of para normal talents. The heroine is talented and a part of the British se...

    I loved it even more than the first one and read it all in one sitting! Those who have not read the first book, At the Table of Wolves, can ead this book without reading Book One, but you would be depriving yourself of a fabulous read. Some interesting new information is disclosed ...

    The second novel in Kenyon's fantasy espionage series, Serpent in the Heather, is a sequel that somehow manages to avoid that second novel slump. Somebody is murdering Talents-young people with special powers-and the protagonist, Kim Tavistock, herself a Talent, must find the killer be...

    I just *love* this series. It scratches so many itches for me, and I want hundreds more books, all set in this world. ...

    Liked this one way better than the previous one, probably because (view spoiler)[daddy and olivia broke up (hide spoiler)] . Also, a more interesting set of characters/machinations/turbulent emotions. ...

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