chapter 17 they made her stupid again just to advance the story and also the book was very predictable someday I hope that you write the story where Gin actually uses her powers to full potential instead of complaining that she can't use them or that she's blown all power at 1 time
She keeps you interested. Gins boyfriend excuse me, her lover, as she refers to him, is a real jerk in this one. It was very frustrating listening to this and the affect his EX had on him and Gin s relationship but totally human and believable. Good story and I guess that's what made it frustrating. As usual, the narration is amazing and some of the best I've heard.
One of the best in this series.
I just love Gin especially when she says "sloppy, sloppy, sloppy" and "get dead or getting dead".
Very creative with great characters and explosive personalities.
I am a registered nurse and a father of four great kids. I live in a rural part of Oregon and love it. I enjoy books, but Sci-Fi Fantasy has allows been the ones I reach for more than others.
Gin has been a great character to get to know over the last six books along with her family and friends. So when the past starts to threaten not only her relationship with her lover but threatens the life of her friends and families. Even though Gin tried to take the high road and not want to continue with her assassin ways, some people just need killed and if she can prevent her lover's sister from going out and trying to kill or hire someone else to kill she will just have to do it herself even if Owen doesn't want her to. Thus begins the tale of the someone else's past coming back to bite you in the ass. I enjoyed both the storyline and the easy listening of the narration by Lauren. I will continue to listen to this series as it continues because despite having a general theme of Gin trying to change her ways and Gin getting sucked back into the assassin lifestyle these books are not only entertaining but enjoyable breaks from reality and thus just what the everybody needs now and again.
I love to read, but I am time-limited. Audible allows me to keep up with all my favorite authors while on the hiking trail. Thanks, Audible!
In this installment, Gin reminds us just how bad ass she is. When her family is threatened, she takes no prisoners and gives no mercy. She does anything that needs to be done to protect the people she loves even if she has to protect them from themselves.
Interesting storyline - for beyond the natural realm. The suspense is maintained and the emotions alluded to are well thought of and natural. Characters are strong and well developed. Narrator does a good job of conveying the tale's twists and turns.
I couldn't figure out how such a consistently awesome series could get so many bad reviews. A key character behaves in an unrealistic way, I am still looking for someone with a polyjuice potion to show up. Aside from that, the stories continues with same quality, and the series makes some great movement forward.
The growing friendship between Gin and her sister.
The way the story (other than the whole killing thing) matches life. How trying to keep promises to one person can cause us to lose what we care about the most. Sometimes there are some things you have to do no matter what the costs. How one person can effect so many lives. It also showed how we all have secrets and do you really know everything about someone.
I love how Lauren brings the feelings of each person to life.
Listens to audiobooks while travelling to and from various countries in Europe.
If one is a fan of the genre, this is not a bad audiobook to listen to. So yes, I would.
If my friends have not read or listened to any of the previous parts of the series I would not. This book leans heavily on previous books for its narrative to make sense.
Yes, her performance is good. It is engaging and she clearly puts some effort into the characters.
This audiobook is not on par with the previous parts of the series but still engaging and enjoyable enough. It is still a reasonable story, but I don't see an improvement or progression from the rest of the series. Rather same-y.
It is very rare that I love every book in a series, but I can definately say that about this one. I only wish they had the novellas listed here on Audible. Wonderful story and great narration.