Another great book. Holter Graham is a great narrator, he did so many different characters. the story line was good, kept me interested, and I am on to the next.
Retired from academia and business, I am living in Guatemala. Few public libraries, not much access to books written in English. Audible!!
superb urban fantasy
Always Charles and Anna, but Isaac became a real person to me. And I love watching the unfolding story of the Moor! Each book is terrific and extends the reach of the original series. Can't wait for the next book. Ok, I can wait, but I don't want to.
I find his slightly nasal voice a distraction sometimes. Not enough to put me off, but enough that I am sometimes pulled out of the story. Also, I often disagree with some of his pronunciation of names. Beauclaire, in my opinion, is BOW CLAIR, not boclar.
Neither laugh nor cry, but I have "read" it several times already and will continue to do so. I find the culture of werewolves has evolved here to be more than just monsters but instead are complex, three-dimensional characters with rules, laws, taboos, etc.
A true story in fiction about the most gruesome and horrible monster in the land. A monster that dwells in the hearts of humans. Wait till the end to learn of its name.
ZOMG! I love this series so much! It was interesting seeing the consequences of the werewolves coming out from a different perspective than Mercy's. And this book takes place in BOSTON and the plot drew me in immediately and didn't let me go. I seriously listened to this audiobook in one sitting, it was so good!
I think I've said this every review but I freaking love Charles and Anna. Their relationship is so interesting and cute, but not perfect.
I can't wait to get my hands on the next book. I'm a bit sad that I'm almost caught up on this series. I NEED MORE BOOKS WITH CHARLES AND ANNA!
I did listen to it in one sitting.
Love the stories. And the narrator is very good, keeping voices of myriad characters distinct and believable. What he does not do, however, is pause between changes of scene - this is the third book in this series by him, and I find myself frequently hitting the backward skip button because of this mannerism.
I really wanted to LOVE this book. Perhaps it is the narrator, whom does a good job, I just have personal issues about not being able to get into his reading. I VERY MUCH like Briggs's "Mercy Thompson" series and Lorelei King just captivates me with her reading of that series. Mercy's world is just more captivating for me, both in print and in sound. The Alpha & Omega series, especially this particular story, gets bogged down with Charles's/Brother Wolf's testosterone and jealousy. It gets to the point where I shout "ENOUGH already!!" The characters, ESPECIALLY Charles, are nearly paralyzed by his blind "needs." Over and over again the minute descriptions of every twitch of jealousy and rage really drag down this tale in the otherwise terrific world Briggs has created. Maybe just let this narrative go and concentrate on more Mercy tales?