Story was good. The reader was ok. She mispronounces many common words which can get annoying at times. Not sure if she is doing the male voices or there are uncredited males. One of the male voices sounds like Jacob from breaking dawn. The ending of this story felt really rushed but since there is another book to start right away its ok this time. Book two starts pretty much when this one ends.
I enjoyed the story, kept you entertained and wanting more. Narrator made everyone sound snobby, which was sort of annoying but I got used to it, lol.
I have a hard time when I dislike the narrator's style. I enjoyed the story a great deal.
After reading book one of this series I can only hope that the rest of the series can keep pace. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the narrator. I look forward to moving on with book 2 and beyond.
Not very smart, this book's plot is a Buffy fanfic gone bad. Super-heroine goes all Mary-Sue on Chicago's vampire community. Glad I got this one as a 2-for-1 deal. Ugh. The reader was good, but I had to skip through the parts written by a 13-year-old.
This sets the premise for all the other books. Good start, although I would have liked more conflict from the main character, who seems fairly resigned to her fate (being way more accepting than realistic to me).
Loved the story line but not the narrator. The narrator used the same condescending tone throughout the entire story instead of using a variety of tones throughout the book.
Especially enjoyable for a life long resident of Chicago. I love the references to local iconic establishments. Cynthia Holloway is always a favorite.