I have been listening to the series and each one has been a "can't wait to listen to" book.
First Grave On The Right both have the mystery and fantasy going strong through out the books.
Any with Mercy and George they have a great tension between them.
Entertaining, exciting, enthralling
Jane, her development in the book is quite remarkable
the bitch is back
Yet another awesome book by Faith Hunter. I just love Jane Yellow Rock! This one was a very interesting study of the Were beings, especially Were Cats and Were Wolves - and, of course, the Vamps. Action packed (as always) with a great story line, and a very interesting twist at the end. I just love Khristine Hvam's interpretation of this story. Her saucy 'tude just makes this series, for me.
Disciple of the written word and Audible fanatic. I am an Urban and Epic Fantasy Fan. I also enjoy some Paranormal Romance.
I adore this author if you read my other reviews you already know this but let me tell you something about Christine Hvam. I was undecided about reading this series when I first saw it but I am such a fan of Christine's that it decided me because she was the 1 narrating and I have not regretted that decision even for a second.Christine makes James come to life and fills out be a beast perfectly. Faith has a talent writing good suspense and fast action and Christine has a way of making it come to life for you these 2 ladies are dynamic duo and you won't regret for 1 moment buying this series.
Exciting cajun fun.
New orlean setting really is nice. The characters are well introduced, and really crazy feeling in the book.
Her southern accent really makes the story.
Myself a geeky engineer. I like in the following order, 1 - SciFi, 2 - Fantasy, 3 - Thrillers, 4 - Mysteries. My most most memorable book was "Dune" by Frank Herbert. My most thought provoking book, "On A Pale Horse" by Peirce Anthony.
Werwolfs and cougars and elves, oh my.
Jane Yellowrock is a much more complex character than originally shown in the first two books. We learn more about her past and the reasons she does what she does.
Khristine's voice characterizations are consistent for the characters speaking/thinking and I have not noticed her slip. Her voice is pleasant to listen to and does not distrct from the telling of the story.
Faith does a good job in painting Jane's soul cave and giving us more peeks into her personality and history.
Mercy Blade ranks very high on my list of favorites. Khristine Hvam is one awesome narrator. She ranks as one of the best in my listens also. This book has a strong female lead character along the lines of the Mercy Thompson series.
This narrator is flawless in my estimation. Love her.
I love Jane's character!
The most memorable for me was when "beast meets were-cat."
Khristine Hvam is a master! Her voice is perfect for Jane, and she is very adept at the various accents of the residents of New Orleans.
Beast is Back!
The entire concept of Jane Yellowrock is so fascinating--I'm just sorry there are not more at this time. I want to say "Write faster!"