never,,,,,,, Poorly written,absurd character dialog, and just plain boring, bring, boring, The audio narration made the book even worse, Very little inflection in the readers voice. The witty , bantering ,snappy dialog fell flat. I grudgingly made half way through chapter six before I packed it in. and stopped listening, the author has other books in this series so it must get better, I just couldn't endure it
no, I love this genre, it's just difficult to write , I guess.
disappointment and annoyance
this book is a complete waste of time, I wish I could get a refund on my money and time
It was about 1/2 stuff happening and 1/2 explaining what was happening. Was a little tedious but i finished it so it wasn't all bad. Not excited to listen to the next book.
I like that the author is used the Native American/Cherokee heritage and also the Irish & Celtic gods and goddesses.
Very nice, I'll read more of the series books..
I gave it 3 stars the first time due to the characters smart mouths approach and language . it didn't keep my attention . I did enjoy the 3rd and 4th book , so I gave it another try. This time I saw where the characters were going and even lol.
The story was different I liked the mystical horseman and the shaman angle. Carroll narrated the story well to. I'm not sure why this story wasn't as engaging as others I've purchased from audible but I didn't get invested in the characters or storyline.
I really truly enjoyed this book. I love listening to Faith hunters book series with jane yellowrock. iI enjoyed the easy Pickins cross over between the two. Because of that crossover I decided to try out this new writer C.E. Lewis . thank you C. E. Lewis. You are a wonderful writer and your vocational partner for this book was amazing as well. Thank you. I look forward to listening to your next audio book.
I first learned of C.E. Murphy when she joined forces with Faith Hunter and the Jane Yellow Rock series (my favorite all-time series). I enjoyed listening to the story, so I started listening to the Walker series. This series I rate as a pretty solid 4-5. It has a pretty solid story line and well developed characters, plenty of action.
The first time I read this book, I was not impressed. I'm not sure of I finnished. The second time it was much more entertaining. The world C.E. Murphy created was very intriguing. She brought together the Irish world of the Fae and Native American traditions. There was also a great group of supporting characters and a lot of action.