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Nathan attends book tours, signing as Richard Castle, but where the novels actually come from is unknown. In real life, Castle has his own website, and all of the novels from the series are actual novels that have been published; all of which claim Richard Castle as the writer. Richard was firm from the beginning about taking an active role in raising his daughter due to the abandonment issues he faced from his own father not being in the picture and being raised by a nanny.
Alexis, is portrayed as being somewhat more mature than her father leaving the question of who is raising who. This peaked the interests of several viewers and also brought in another source of revenue. The Castle Library consists of twenty six 26 best sellers. It was rejected several times prior to Black Pawn finally publishing it; at which point it became a best seller. In Unholy Storm, Derrick is hired by a prestigious French family to hunt down the person who murdered their daughter and four other victims.
Storm Warning takes Derrick on an investigation to find the murder of his close friend, Attorney Sam Strummel. In Storm Fall, Derrick has to solve the-mystery of who is sabotaging his live and ends in the unexpected, supposed, death of this character. Thanks to his friendship with the mayor, Richard gets to ride along with detective Beckett and solve crimes. He then bases the Heat novels off of his investigations with Detective Beckett. In the first novel of this series, Heat.
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Sort order. Sep 22, Chris rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels.
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These graphic novels are based off of the books Richard Castle wrote about Derrick Storm. This graphic novel follows right after the events in Deadly Storm. Derrick Storm is still a private detective, but now he is also a spy working for the CIA. After recently loosing his first CIA handler, he is trying to throw himself into his work. Helping a wealthy heiress get back the money she was conned out of, Storm comes acr Normally I am strictly a DC Comics guy, but I am a big fan of the show Castle.
Helping a wealthy heiress get back the money she was conned out of, Storm comes across an African Freedom fighter. The Freedom fighter tracks Storm down and begs him to find his sister who is trapped in a human traffic ring. I thought this was a great plot especially for a comic book. There is quite a bit of action in this book, and the artwork is really well done.
Like any spy novel there are gun fights, chases and beautiful women. One in particular make Storm think he has seen a ghost. This is the second graphic novel in the Derrick Storm series, and I think they are a lot of fun. If you are a fan of the show but not a fan of comics, I would recommend this.
It is a lot of fun as a fan to read these stories that we hear about on the show.
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The fact it is in a comic makes it even better for me. If you are fan of comics and not the show, I would still recommend this. The story is interesting and the artwork is well done. This is definitely worth the read.
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Aug 22, Laura rated it it was amazing. Shame on me. But what's important here is that if it wasn't for her I would have never picked these up as I own the first 3 and boy am I happy she made me do it. Even though having read the comics I can't wait to get my hands on the books now. View all 3 comments. Sep 10, Maria rated it really liked it. As I mentioned when I reviewed the first book of the series, it feels like these not only let you into the world of Castles writing before he joined Beckett, but also into his life.
Its like you are suddenly allowed to see a different side of him. I really enjoyed the intrigue and how, even though absolutely hilarious, it feels so emotionally rich. There seems to be a lesson trying to come off these pages, one that Castle might have written more to himself than to his audience. I guess graphic novels aren't going to be my thing. I really enjoyed the two books that Castle wrote on this character but in this comic book Derrick Storm appears weak and whiney.
Graphics and illustrations were really something though. View 1 comment. Jan 21, Richard Gombert rated it liked it Shelves: , graphic-novels. I'm still not sure about these. I still like and watch Castle, and I'm still reading all the tie-ins. This is better that the first Derrick Storm graphic novel. But it's not what I expected from the brief synopses.