Paranormal-urban fantasy book lover!
Rachel is maturing but stil kicks butt. This is one of my top fav books in this series. I like Ivy but I'm glad this book didn't focus so much on them as the previous books have. I'm going to listen to this one again. And as usual M. Gavin does an amazing job with the voices and her narration.
Well worth the credit or money to buy.
This was another winner in the Hollows series. The narrator was great as always, the story line was good. I really liked the development of the relationship between Racheal and Trent. It just seemed to take a very long time to get everything done this time. This book could have been a couple chapters shorter and been no worse for it. But it was still a really good part of the Hollows series.
No idea - I'm an audiobook fan.
I'm a big fan of the author (hipster alert - I bought her first book the day it came out on shelves, so I can say with all honesty that I liked her before she was famous) but honestly, it's getting a little bit tiresome reading about a woman who seems so conflicted about every single relationship in her life.
The reader does an excellent job of rendering each of the characters in this book, keeping the "suspension of disbelief" in effect without interruption from misqueued character voices. Listening to the book was exciting and as gripping as if I'd had the book in my hands, reading for dear life!
Kim H. has brought Rachel Morgan's story a very long way since the beginning of the series and in this book, it's a great satisfaction to see her growth and that of the characters she deals with. Kudos to Kim on this.
Voice shows moods and intonation that it's just impossible to get from reading the words. Great interpretation by Marguerite here.
Actually tried to but hadda sleep sometime!
Only that I heartily recommend this installation in the Rachel Morgan series. Those of you who have followed from the beginning will really enjoy this one.
These stories are great and Marguerite Gavin does a wonderful job. Love these books.
I love this series, I love the narration, I loved this book! The book was action packed and it brought back one of my favorite baddies- Nick! I'm not sure about the whole Rachel/Trent thing. It does make things interesting though so I'll just deal with it. The earlier books were so focused on weres and vamps that it's been interesting learning about the origins of demons and witches. This was a great addition to the series and I cannot wait for the next in the series.
I became a little disappointed with the earlier books however, lately for me, Kim Harrison and Marguerite Gavin have redeemed my liking for this series. I love the characters and the human quality of Rachel. She's emotional and speaks at the wrong time. I find this quality realistic, funny and frustrating. The relationship between her and Trent Kalamack is interesting.
I recommend this book highly. It will definitely keep your attention and you'll get an opportunity to read about or listen to the happenings going on with Rache's friends.
Thoroughly enjoyed this audio. I believe if you're a fan of Kim Harrison, this is definitely worth the credit. If you're new to this series, start with book one.
I live on the Gulf of Mexico and I love to listen and walk the day away along God's beautiful grace.
Follow=up of Rachel's unbalanced life, moving into a more serious relationship with trent, with some loss of great characters in this book, I love it..
Ms Gavin is in my top 5 of narrators and once again she is spot on in her voices, I can so picture each one by her voice..
I read Ever After and am currently listening to the audio version. I like both. Having Marguerete Gavin narrate brings all the characters to life. I think I hear her voice in my head when I was reading the story.
Trent and Rachel finally stop talking passed each other and really listen to what the other person has to say. This is totally important given how much they end up having to depend on one another and stop pushing each other's buttons to come up with an aligned plan.
I think Marguerite Gavin has narrated all of the Hollows Series save one, which they really should redo with Marguerite Gavin's narration. Her performance for the series has been incredible, this narration is no exception to what she has done in the past. She is distinct with each character. Great cadence in her narration.
I really would have loved to listed to this book in one sitting but it's a long book (thank goodness). I run while listening and my runs have never gone quicker, not that my running is any faster but listening to this latest Hollows book makes the run seem to go much faster!
Rachel is coming into her own in this new book, she clearly has matured and has a better sense of who she is and much more confidence than when the series began. I'm already looking forward to the next book. I read that Kim Harrison intends for the series to be complete at book 13, not sure if that's accurate. She continues to make each book fresh and exciting.
Absolutely amazing, from start to finish. I think this is my most favorite series, and I think Kim can keep it coming. I can't wait to see where Trent and Rachel go in the next book. I love them together.