I was again taken back on how good the book was I don't like to give anything away about a book I feel like it kill the journey so all I will say is it very much worth your time
no - okay story but not work rereading
The constant "she said" "he said" "she replied" drove me nuts listening to it. It is not always needed in an audible book.
Reading with no hands!
In this story Samantha Moon has to deal with the ravages of Kawasaki's Syndrome on her son, find someone to help her activate the medallion and rescue a kidnapped boy. All in a day's work, but all too much for one conflicted freak.
The story is quick and engaging. Dina Pearlman does a good job, but there's some unnatural pacing which doesn't progress the story.
I look forward to the next collaboration of writer and reader in the series next installment.
I never have time to read print so audio is always the choice.
I love her Samantha
So short you can do it but I use it for commuting and exercise
The series is getting better as Samantha delves more into the supernatural and her powers increase. A more feelgood read with no cliffhanger and the author is improving his style. Still, I feel this was just the continuance and conclusion to book 3.
An enjoyable series of books about Samantha Moon, private detective. She's a divorced mother of two and a vampire. This book focuses on her and her son; The story unfolds the other books in this series and her world. It's fun, easy reading. The narrator is good.