Paranormal-urban fantasy book lover!
The fact that it was written by a male author.
Dead on perfect.
There were many.
This author is a must try, these books are exciting and humorous. I will buy any other books this author writes.
This series is a delightful surprise and I'm really enjoying it. American Vampire is well written, and the character of Samantha Moon is entertaining and unique. Samantha is coming in to her own as a vampire and her character is really beginning to grow and develop. I'm looking forward to seeing how her relationships with Fang and Kingsley will turn out. As well as finding out what happens with her children and ex husband. The only problem I have with the book is that Mr. Rain has not fully embraced his female side. I don't know many women (If any) who would leave their fataly ill child in the hospital to go to work or visit with boyfriends. Other than that this is a very good book. I bought the next book in the series before I finished this one.
Female married with children Federal Agent, gets turned into a Vampire. Messes with her work, her marriage, blah blah blah......But it really is an amazing series, has mystery, serious moments, and humor. I hope that this series continues to evolve. Every book just gets better and the narration is excellent Dina Perlman does great job
I've been a solid audio book listener for years, and have tired of several "sci-fi/fantasy" series that degraded amusingly enough into "too much sex and not enough violence". During my search for a new author I came upon J.R. Rain's first novel and thoroughly enjoyed it. I quickly opted for the 2nd and 3rd and have not been disappointed. As much credit as I want to give the author for the story, I don't want to short change the performance, which any listener with any experience knows, can make or break an audio book. So kudos on both fronts.
On top where it belongs!
Can't pick out one particular moment, the whole book was great
Her voice is mesmerizing.
I wish there was more then 4 books to this series.
this one wasn't as good as the other two. I think maybe the author got bored with his characters as nothing new develops for them. The story goes to its logical conclusion.
I mostly likes me some sword and sorcery, not really in to sifi but theirs a place in my library for anything from John Scalzi.
I enjoyed the first book second was ok this one was less the passable. I think it tried to do too much and explain nothing. And the way the story seems to be heading really turned me off to the series.