Loved the story line, the danger and mystery that is Jane Yellowrock continues.
Great narration, her voice so matches the artist rendition of Jane so I see her clearly in my mind as I'm listening. Love the way she voices the other characters as well.
As the story progresses and with each job she takes, Jane more of her past and possibly her future is revealed. There are numerous hints about her and how she might be more than just a Skin Walker. Conflicting with her birthright is her Christian upbringing effecting how she does her job. But always in her mind is the love she has for Molly and her children, especially Angelina who is showing far more gifts from her own birthright that can be dangerous not only for her but for everyone around her that might want to use her and her Witch family. the storyline just keeps getting better and better...loved it.
While Leo may rule the vampires of the Southeastern US, it is Cherokee Shape Shifter Jane Yellowrock who reigns over the "supernats"-- weapons at the ready.
The nefarious don't stand a chance. With help from allies and even one or two enemies, her fast paced adventures keeps us listening for more.
Creative, engaging and addictive!
Dead Witch Walking, with it's strong female "kick butt" character with a heart.
Have stakes will travel.
This series is never boring or predictable. Keep em" coming!
A lot better than book three. Not as many unresolved threads. Story is a bit unfocused, or rather focused on several different things. Redeemed by Hunter managing to tie things up at the end.
Tension is high, pace is a bit uneven, but action junkies will get what they want. Beast is great, almost upstaging Jane at times.
Hvam's narration is great.
"Blood Cross" is still my favorite in this series.
Final niggle: I wish that Hunter's editor had done her job! A lot of expletives in a high tension job like Jane's is a given. But PLEASE have her say something other than "crap".
This book is action packed...but Jane is still making rookie mistakes..partly the vamp politics are to blame and partly she is. Many relationship changes are in Jane's future and the big question of whether or not she's done with the vamps.
Love books about creatures of all sorts. Bored with explicit sexual verbiage - less is more.
Cut down all the moving sub-stories. Could have been 3 books.
Definitely. Her writing style is detailed and well researched.
Yes. Too much going on, i needed a list.
Would love to see characters drawn out.
The story about Jane Yellowrock is fantastic. Book Noir with excellent reference and an adept creation of the Yellowrock universe. Unfortunately, the reader's fake NC accent that fluctuates from Southern Georgia to East TX accent and another less distinctive southern accent Her attempts at a Cajun accent are more than grating. When cerulean is pronounced sir roooooo lian, jojoba becomes Joe Joe Ba (accent on the last syllable) and heraldic is pronounced hair all dick (again, accent is on the final syllable) among many mispronunciations that mar the enjoyment of the book, it makes one wonder if the reader is intentionally mispronouncing the words or if she simply is unfamiliar with them. The reader needs to know what the words mean and their pronunciation prior to putting the words on audio. The editing is sloppy and is obvious when she takes a break and returns with the volume changes as well as vocal inconsistencies. I love the series, hate the performance.
Raven cursed isn't my favorite Jane Yellowrock story. It is, however, a typical Yellowrock story.
I don't think I will get any angry arguments when I say that Jane isn't the brightest bulb in the box. She admits that fact to everyone. Her mistakes are legion and she manages to get a lot of people killed in nearly every story. Now, after saying that, you must realize that Faith Hunter writes the stories that way. And no, I don't know why she cripples her action heroine. Perhaps to those who much is given, much is taken away?
I have also wondered why Faith Hunter insists on using First Person for her stories. The obvious drawback to this form is that Jane seems at times to sit back and watch while the carnage takes place all around her. Since she is incapable of taking positive action while describing in detail the actions taking place, it makes her appear to do nothing while folks die. First person stories always have that drawback built in. The Jane Yellowrock series would have been better in third person with first person insights added as required. Also, what's with the "Fashion Comments" in the middle of action scenes. Are they really necessary to the story?
I really love the JANE YELLOWROCK series. Jane is a snarky, fun Southern heroine, snarky and intelligent, with a great supporting cast, especially Beast, who makes her more than the usual shifter.