Good, Better, More Better
Learning more about Mercy's life.
Yes, She ALWAYS does a GREAT job of reading. She makes you think you are there expeirencing it all.
Can't wait for the next book!!
I love alil of everything... I dont like heavy material.... I read and listen for entertainment as an escape.. I have enough serious drama in my life...
just like the other books in this story they flow really well... I love the characters and the ways she ties it all together.. plenty of a romantic setting without all the nasty sex...
she does a great job keeping they voices seperate
Just as good.
Coyote is equal parts exasperating and lovable. Mercy Thompson is an amazing heroine -- tough, smart, funny, warm, and wholly aware of her flaws -- absolutely someone I'd love to know.
I love the surprise wedding scene and Mercy's meeting with Coyote's sisters.
5 stars is i love and i will read agani and again. 1 is i hate and i never want to hear about it ever again. YES = :))) - NO= :'(
I like this book... There are a set of new characters here, and new creatures you find out... it is shorter than the previous ones. But still it was a good one.
As usual you find funny moments and interesting ones as well.
Enjoy another good addition to the series.
Riveting, Believable, Sad
Might compare to Twilight but only because of the werewolves and vampires. Both make the 'beasts' loveable and normal. I wish I could change into a coyote.
When Coyote calls her out to the river and he tells her about her father and the 'ghost' dancing for her. I loved the way Ms. King gave his voice such reverence and coyness. He was a believable Native American in my opinion. Wish it could be a true story! I do believe that there is more around us than we can see.
I liked the moment when Mercy discovers the truth about her father and that Coyote is he even if he was in a human form 'just a Joe.'
I just loved all the books and can't wait for Book #7 due in March 2013. A great read. I have most in both Kindle and Audible formats.
I love the Mercy books, this was a perfect follow on to Silver Born and provides insight to Mercy's heritage. You get a look inside why Mercy has always felt like an outsider having an Indian half, a white half, and a coyote half with no one wanting to "claim her as their own" until Adam and the best thing about Adam is he loves Mercy for exactly who she is.
Mercy has always been my favorite character in this series because she is tough, vulnerable, smart, and tries not to take herself too seriously. I think she's had to be tough because she's never felt like she belonged with the wolves or her mom's family. She's always been a little bit of an outsider and was also told she was an outsider. It's makes her a little thicker skinned than most. She can still be hurt by not being accepted by others and can also feel like she is never quite good enough. This could have made her bitter but she's not, she's optimistic, tends to see the good in others but is in no way a pushover.
Lorelei King has been voicing all of the Mercy books and does such an awesome job voicing each character so distinctively. I really liked how she performed Coyote, he came across whimsical, silly, and powerful.
I love these books, I can't wait for the next one to release in March 2013. I find I will relisten to the series because I love the storyline and the characters so much.
Patricia Briggs is a wonderful writer and Lorelie King brings these characters to life.
Yes I would, as it is already my second or third..or is it fourth time I have indulged. I love the Mercy Thompson Series. I have all of the books in ebook format and now I have all of them in audio format. It's like good music, it can never get too old. I will listen to them over and over again until my digital copy gives up the ghost.
I would compare the Mercy Thompson series to the Chronicles of Elantra series by Michelle Sagara. Why do you ask? Because they both have strong female lead characters, who are just aaaa.....Whole Lot unconventional. They go into situations and whadayuno....VICTORY! (I'm doin the snoopy dance). I just love it.
Lorelei King is one of the best narrator's out there. She can do male voices, female voices, children voices, probably even pet voices. She Rocks!
Werewolves and Faiery's and Vampires..OH MY!! Demons and Ghosts and Sorcerers...OH MY!! Witches and Warlocks and Walkers...OH MY!! ....Wait...What's a Walker? Mercedes Thompson that's who.
Mercy in action... with the giant Fea.
I enjoyed all of it. The descriptions was fantastic!
There was a lot of new information, new charcters....easy to get confused if you are not careful.
3,495 hours listened in 2012! I used to be a voracious reader, then my job had me driving about 1k miles a week. I started listening to Audible and have never stopped. I quit work and now just listen all the time, cleaning house, shopping, driving, in the hot tub. I even put one earbud in and let Audible read me to sleep every night.
listened to this one twice, I had to go back and confirm a few context clues that hint at what might be coming up in the next book...can't wait.
I was seriously concerned for our girl on the banks of that river! I mean she really gets herself in some spots. Also, what's up with the daddy vision? That's all I'm gonna say, no spoilers from me!
Love Lorelei King, she does male voices as well as female, and she gets that frustrated Werewolf voice just right, you can really tell Mercy can irritate even the most patient man. LOL
When is the next one coming out? Make sure you read the Alpha and Omega series too.
Enjoyable for life!
I am torn between Mercy and Adam. If I have to choose, I would pick Mercy. She is the person I would want to be!
It made me cry and laugh and at times, it even made me mad.
I can read this story over and over!