Moi_Natasha: So many Books, So little Time
The Reader was good but spoke quickly I had to change speed to x.5 to get a comfortable listen. She also mispronounced a couple of words which is a pet peeve.
Story was excellent.
It was pretty good overall. some of the wiring was cheesy, the way the characters talked didn't seem realistic all the time, but overall it was pretty good. I see a lot of potential, and look forward to getting further into the series. voice acting was decent, some of the lines seemed over acted, and the male voices of some minor characters were grating, but I thought she did good otherwise. I'd recommend it, just keep in mind it's the first book of a pretty long series.
The story was nice , but the narrations have me confused from time to time being some of the male parts sounded alike . Found myself relistening more then a few times .
I listen to this one over and over. Love the characters, most of the story lines, and the narrator. Hope Patricia Briggs has lots more ideas for this one because I love it. Lorelei King is my favorite narrator - gave this series a try because of her Stephanie Plum narration.
Driving long miles across Wyoming can be soooo boring , but ever since I founds Audible my wife and I love to travel !
This is a decent story. A little twisty and sometimes confusing but enjoyable nonetheless. I plan on continuing the series.
This an excellent new book with a very good plot and characters. I look forward to the next in the series.
I am not normally a fantasy person and I can't recall how I even picked the first book of the series up, but it grabbed me right away and held tight. I have even eschewed series I am well established in to continue reading this one. I wonder if Patricia Briggs can put the draw of a vampire's sway into these stories? The writing is obviously good in order to create the allure it does but the story is... different. It is clean and straightforward "in the moment" as it were but has many subtexts and side issues going in within the narrative. It is funny and the characters are very real and three dimensional. Lorelei King does her usual fantastic job. Give Mercy Thompson a try. I doubt you will regret it!