This has a great start and a bit of mysteria and would listen to it again for some of the part that confusing entitled they explained that part the end.
I always feel weird saying stuff about myself. I love to read and have recently decided that I also love audio books. Most of the audio books I have listened to so far, are also books I have read. I listen while I work so it's good if I already have a general idea of the story so I can focus on work and not miss anything. I am a general believer in re-reading books that I love. I may have read some over a dozen times by now.
I would, but only if they refused point blank to read the book, yet would consider the audio version.
I really can't compare it to anything because I haven't read anything quite like it. I love this book and this series. I have read them a couple of times each.
I really enjoyed Lorelei's portrayal of Mercy Thompson but I am sad to say that most of the other characters all sounded too much the same. If Adam, Samuel and three other men without accents were in the same room it was really hard to tell which one was speaking until the "Samuel said" or "Adam growled" parts came. I would, however, still listen to the other Mercy audio books. It is a small thing that I can push past. I did find her ability to speak Zee very impressive though. There is random German thrown in and she spoke it very well.
Good listen, but some parts were a little hard to keep up with
Characters were well developed
Yes well writen and keeps my interests. Does not labor on one topic to to keep the stories fun to hear and I found myself letting my imagination going with the pack
Mercy. The voice is very well done with the change in tone accent keeping my attention
Accually I liked the whole book
Well done! And yes I have already recommend the book to others
Reads Tons of Books and listens to an audio book every day on my 1.5 hour commute each way.
A favorite to listen to again and again.
The voice of Mercy is perfect. The voices of the men are okay but differences in major roles not apparent. You still get the general idea and I enjoy listening to her voice as I fight DC traffic.
The other paranormal
This is one of the series that I rotate back to every couple of months. It is generally cheerful but has enough depth to make me forget the traffic an want to stay in the car to finish each chapter.
The main character Mercy Thompson
Fit the character
I just like to listen to a good interesting fiction, not particularly to laugh or cry.
Very good fiction series.
I very much enjoyed this book and the series. The story and characters were intersting and easy to like. Since I listen to the books at work I was pleased to find the "romance" portions entertaining, but clean, which I really appreciate.
Lorelei is a very good narrator. It is amazing the number of characters she can come up with. She is very clear when speaking, you always know which character it is. I enjoy listening to her.
I enjoyed listening to to this book. The Narrator was excellent and the story was captivating. I like the magic, mystery and the romance! Mercy is a strong, take care of yourself woman, who is smart. Adam is a man that is more than a beast! I Love the entire series, and Patricia Briggs is a believeable (Yes I know Werewolves do not exist) story teller.
Moon called is a decent listen. I liked the story and the narrator was good. I especially like the slow reveal that Mercy Thompson's has other powers and abilities . I'm really glad that there's more to her than just a shape shifting coyote.
While my favorite audio books are Holter Gram's audio rendition of the Alpha and Omega series, this audio book comes close behind those.
I love Mercy Thompson. She is a wonderful main character who does the right thing even though she knows it will likely place her in a situation she would prefer to avoid (getting back involved with the wolves).
I think Lorelei King's voice was excellent for Mercy Thompson and her thoughts.
I enjoyed listening to this book as I walked over a series of days.