Love reading books and listening to books. God bless the written word!
I didn't purchase the print version. But I really enjoyed the audio version of this book. The story was well developed and I enjoyed the character's journey.
Gin for sure. A strong but complicated female character.
Loved she voice and her characterization of the character.
Take a drink of Gin and fall into a dark adventure.
Yes, it helps the day go by faster and it's a good listen.
Lauren's performance was good, she gave a different voice for each character.
It was worth the time like I said before it starts slow but the second half of the book makes up for it.
You have an idea of who did it but you don't know the how and little of the why?
no one should read this
Go and get the hallows
no I havent, but I wasnt that impressed
kill them all
I had the hardest time listening to the hard "g's" by the narrator. e.g. wrongah (wrong), longah (long), he was strongah. (is her last name Fortanga?) I didn't mind the quasi-southern accent. I even liked the interesting timbre of her voice. I just hated the hard g's. I live in the South and no one pronounces g's like that.
I wish Gin would have used her power more, practiced it, etc, instead of just ignoring it.
I listened to the end because the story was pretty good, despite some of the oddities.
Decent story, easy listen. Just a fun book.
Liked Cain, a little cliche but everyone likes the straight arrow who falls for the bad girl.
Good performance, male voices could have been better.
Probably, can't find the time to listen to anything that long.
I really enjoyed the first two books, couldn't wait to start with the other books; however, with each new book I had to listen to reruns of book 1 and 2 and it got tiresome. I'm definitely not in the same great hurry to listen to. And no, I would not listen to Spider's Bite again as I will get to listen to it in the next book, if and when I decide to hear it.
Surprise. It would have been a good ending -
excitement, the thrill of wanting to see someone "make it"
no.... not really
I couldn't stop listening to the book. Excellent story. Well developed characters. Good flow. Thought the narrator did an excellent job. Couldn't wait to download the next book.
Perhaps to enjoy this one would have to be a fan of this type of fiction ... magic, vampires, giants, dwarves, etc., living in "real world" cities here in the US (versus Pratchett's characters living in their own environment). Overall the story dragged. Toward the end of the book I was starting to care about one or two of the characters, but not enough to listen to more books in the series.
This unlikely assassin is found starving in the streets, hiding from the woman who killed her family, by the assassin who turned down the job because his moral code does not allow him to kill children. She is trained as an assassin from this point, an assassin with a "moral code" who just wants to retire (having made plenty of money in her career). Her small group of magic wielding and totally human friends back up the story.
It took me 5 tries to get into it, but once I did, I was hooked, now I am inhailing the second book!! The narrator is wonderful!! It was so good, I wish I could eat it!! If you devour books like I do, you understand that feeling!!! Happy listening!