Yes. I think the story was interesting, just not interesting enough to keep going. I didn't feel the need to continue with this series. You know that Kitty is going to embark on this new life now that she's been exposed, but you don't really care to follow it; at least, I don't.
After reading it, no. This book is similar to that movie you liked when you saw it in the theater, but you don't want to buy it once it comes out on DVD, and you can't figure out why that is.
marguerite gavin is an amazing narator. unfortunately, the story was boring. read the rook, or any jennifer estep books. they are much better
she has great voice acting
I've been reading and listening to books in this genre for quite sometime. I have pretty much gone through everything and I was looking for another series to pick up. This first book of the series was very uneventful. I found the plot to be very boring and I was not excited about what the next chapter would bring at all. I forced myself to finish the book.
No, like I said this is a favorite genre of mine and I look forward to gripping onto something new.
I guess she tried, but I found the characters to be very dull, even the lead character, Kitty herself.
Probably most she be written out or written in a different buildup.
I won't be continuing with this series.
Kitty Norville is not for those seeking sweeping landscapes, epic drama or poetic prose. It is, however, most decidedly for those looking for a quick jaunt on the lupine side. With plenty of winking sarcasm (well, the point-of-view character is a werewolf named Kitty), Kitty and the Midnight Hour offers up a little mystery, a little paranormal, a little romance, and lots of light entertainment. If that's what you're in the mood for, this is where you want to be. The audio-book format works particularly well in this instance because Kitty, the protagonist, is a radio DJ and talk show host. Marguarite Gavin is a great voice for The Midnight Hour.
An unexpected heroine, a DJ tired of putting up with bullies. Kitty is more like a regular woman, well except for the fact that she is a werewolf. The lowest member of the Denver pack, decides to keep a controversial radio talk show on the air. Her life goes from simply accepting her position in the pack to standing up for her believes regardless of the consequences.
I truly enjoyed reading this book. The fact Kitty is not the typical kick ass heroine, was a refreshing change. A very smart young woman fights her way through all odds to come on top.
The main character Kitty Norville
I Love a great supernatural tale, a Love story, PNR, a Cool Mystery and Most Sci-Fi....if there are vampires, weres or witches in it, that's a plus! Basically I am a 40+ y/o young at heart woman rediscovering the wonderful world of books and am now addicted! Lol I LOVE AUDIBLE!!!!!
If they like this genre of books,,,then yep!
Her time on air during her shows...she is a great DJ!
I love MG...I listened to all the Rachel books and she was awersome, and that was one of my draws to this series....
I practically did!! lol
I was iffy on this book at first, but because MG narrates it I tried it...the reviews were not great, but not bad...so I just bought book 1...after the first 3 chapters I bought book2 and am planning on buying a few more before this sale ends....I like Kitty...she is cool!
71 year old avid reader using either my eyes or ears. I make earrings that I donate to shelters and while I work, I listen to wonderful books. I also keep in mind that you have to kiss frogs to find princes - time's too short to bother with losers.
I love Kitty and the way Carrie Vaughn has depicted her. I read lots of fantasy fiction (if werewolves and vampires fit into fantasy - do we really know after all?) and I know how difficult it is to create a world, true to all of it's own premises but "Pack" life is just that. If I didn't know better I'd think this was a bit autobiographical.
Mainly a sci-fi, and fantasy junkie who also enjoys horror, whodunnits, and books about animals and sports. I'm also an amateur filmmaker.
I've been enjoying the "Hollows" books, with Rachel Morgan, so I thought I'd give this a try. I liked it. It's quirky, has a very likeable leading lady, and it doesn't have that perpetual feeling of doom, gloom, and hopelessness that the later Hollows books all have. One thing that is kind of tough if you've been audio-booking the Hollows series is that this one has the same reader. Don't get me wrong, Gavin is great, but she uses the same voices here, so it's impossible not to hear her "Al" voice, or "Rachel" voice, or "Nick" voice in these characters voices and identify them in that way.
The continuation of the series....this book was an interesting start but definately and the series goes on, really great. I love Killy's character!
I can't really think of another book I would compare this too. Her series has its own really great story line.
She is an amazing narrator. I swore at first it was that actress Wendy Malik from that tv series Just Shoot Me from the 90s. So very similar. Anyhow, she is great with her character voices and really draws you in. Loved Her!
Keep reading thru the series....great enjoyment!