Love at first read! I am a confirmed Kim Harrison, Rachel Morgan Series addict! This book will hook you, and never let you go, until you have completed the entire series. Even better on audiobooks! (EXCEPT for Outlaw Demon Wails, which I would rather read!)
This is an absolutely amazing series, and my sanity during my long commutes. These characters will become your best friends. Endless laughter and intrigue with The Hollows group. Great narration as well.
Beginning: Carpenter Middle: Marine then Firefighter Latter part: IT Admin; Books have always provided fuel for my imagination to feed on.
Great story. So glad this is a series to quench my thirst. Thank you Kim Harrison!
The mythical creatures are what drew me in. I was put off by the main character because she seemed very whiny, could have just be the narration though
Good story line, interested in reading the remainder of the series!
yes, i would recommend, story was OK
narrator needs to slow down
narrator needs to slow down, i can hear a lisp, lisp's don't bother me, but if the narrator is instructed to speed up so no one can detect it...
Have an awesome son, an amazing hubby and one very oddball dog. Some fav authors: Kim Harrison, Sue Grafton and George R.R. Martin.
I absolutely would! There are lots of things I love about the Rachel Morgan (The Hollows) series... I love that there are all kinds of different beings. Pixies, Witches, Vampires, Werewolves, Fairies, Elves.... The story is mysterious and has action.The one thing... Rachel starts out kind of whiney. BUT, she does come into her own over the course of the series and that behavior stops fairly quickly in the series. She spends her time trying to survive assassins after she quit working for the "police force" for the supernatural's that "came out" after "the turn." You just don't quit the I.S.
Rachel. I love that she's a mess but just keeps going. She is always running into trouble and always seems to get out of it... either by sheer dumb luck or the support of her new found friends. But you can see that she's got potential, she just needs to see it herself.
I have not.
I didn't find the book particularly emotional but I did sympathize with Rachel and I really wanted her and her little band to succeed.
Rachel is the main character but the other characters, especially Ivy (the self hating vampire who has a thing for Rachel), are well developed. Jenks, (the pixie), is a wise cracking side kick who adds the comic relief, "Tink's panties, Rachel!"
I guess I prefer my heroine to be a little more bad @ss. Rachelle is just too clumsy and ignorant (try, fail. talk about how good you are. try, fail. get recognized by others for being awesome. try, fail. get caught again). Also, the story introduced characters and information without providing feasible background and failed to capitalize on opportunities to add depth to the story. I will not provide detailed examples as to avoid spoilers, but, the rat, the neighbor, the roommate, the ex-boss, the bad guy...I was disappointed. I was really hoping to like the series. When I find it on sale or at the library, I may try one more book in the series just to see if Ms. Harrison changed up anything as the series progressed. My humble opinion.
Yes I would. Marguerite Gavin narrates this book perfectly. I could really get the feel for each individual character
Would have to be Ivy in this book