This has got to be one of my favorite reads. If you like Hamilton, Briggs, Harrison, or Moning you will love this. No, it's not filled with sex but it will grab you and not let go. The only thing that could make these audios perfect is if they used a guy's voice.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is way better than the first book and I'm glad I gave this series another chance. I bet there was a new editor because this book flowed much better than the first. I only liked the first book okay, which got better toward the end which was why I gave this series another chance. Magic Burns on the other hand was good and makes me want to read more of Kate Daniels. I like a strong heroine who doesn't think she is the best at what she does so when she gets hurt it isn't shocking and annoying. I also like to see characters who care about others. Kate taught Bran how to be a real hero, which was cool in my book. I'm also intrigued with how the relationship with Kate and Curran might develop. This book had me laughing out loud several times. Narrator was okay, she was a little over dramatic at the end.
Lions, Mercs, and Bears oh my! I'm digging it the more I listen.
Every character (in their most appropriate way) talks the best smack.
This one is right on par with her growing skill. Appreciate the accents, the sound effects, and the vocal acrobatics she incorporates...
The Kate Daniels series is a series that has consistenlty gotten better and better as it's gone on. Book 2 takes the world and characters introduced in Magic Bites and expands in a big way. We learn a little bit more about Kate's history and motivations. We learn a lot more about the world she lives in and the chaos that constantly just around the corner. We meet a number of new characters and get a little more insight into a few of the main characters from book 1. Overall, the story is well crafted, setting the stage for some big reveals and moments not only in this installment, but in future installments.
I'm visually impaired and I'm adicted to reading! I'm 19, and have been reading since I was 12. I love all things fantasy. Some of my favorite authors include but are not limited too Margaret Weis, Mercedes Lackey, Yasmine Galenorn, Christine Feehan, and many more.
Kate Daniels is a mix of compassion and tough. In this book we get to see more of her caring side, and more of her vulnerability. One of my favorite things about her is that she will go through hell for someone she cares about. She and her world continues to be one of my favorites. Also the narrator is a favorite of mine. She reads at a good speed, and does good accents and emotions for her characters.
Her performance grew on me as the book went on. She wasn't a narrator I clicked with immediately, but by the end she really was Kate's voice.
This was a great second book in a series, building on everything I loved about the first book and rounding out characters and adding new characters. I like the first person narrative style of Ilona Andrews a lot.
" I have my mind... & a mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone, if it is to keep its edge." -T.L.
Ilona Andrews does a great job with most of the books she's written, the concept of magic & how it works in Atlanta was not one I liked, but it was original & the story itself is solid although I could guess what was going to happen thru the entire series after reading book 1, especially involving any love story that might be suggested earlier in the series... I ended up reading the whole series because I wanted to see how it proceeds but after awhile, for a Heroine with so much power & other things I don't want to list because it would be a spoiler, she sure whines... A LOT, & personally I love strong, kick butt female characters. Maybe its the way her personality is but it was too much for me... & the spinoff of one of her closest friends was not a good book in my opinion either, forgot what it was called but u will know it when u see it
It's worth the read if u like Andrews but be forewarned, considering the power Kate has & the situation she always finds herself in I don't think she has anything to whine about & considering she is around werewolves I think that is a strong show of weakness therefore book 1 should have ended with Kate being lunch for someone... that is if they could kill her... but like I said, any Andrews fan will want to check this series out, its not bad its just missing a good narrator & includes too much whine factor
I have a real crazy in love relationship with books!!!
Freakin! Awesome! Baby!
This is not a fair question because it is a real toss up between Kate, Curran, Andrea, and Raphael. I don't know maybe Curran....but I love them all!
Absolutely! Renee is awesome and I absolutely love her work!!!!! One of my favorite narrators ever!!!! Renee you are all of that lol.
Ooh I don't know. Probably every moment she has with Curran. It is always filled with so much intensity!!! Also, the moment with Andrea after the fight and Raphael was holding her....wait no and also the moment Andrea realized who exactly Kate was....Need I go on? I'm going to constantly say awesome as if I'm a 12 year little boy because that is exactly what this book is.
I think my thoughts on this are pretty obvious. If you have not read this series you will be very pleased. I highly recommend these authors and this narrator. Please don't cheat yourself. This is action, hardcore toughness, adventure, mystery, fantasy, and romance all in one. While the story itself is not a romance, Kate's relationship is tied in here, so ladies don't think this book won't be for you. It is a big ball of amazement lol
Did not read print version, I usually only get audio because I drive a truck and listen going down the road
The intro of Julie really added depth to the character of kate.
This book is good fun and will appeal to thos who like the Allie Beckstrom series by Devon Monk.