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!
Honestly, can anyone get enough Trent? The answer is no. Thank goodness Kim Harrison agrees. Kim Harrison's tomato-fearful world is back in gloriously full description which enables the reader/listen to really empathize with Rachel Mariana Morgan. Great job to writer and narrator.
A day without sunshine is like, well, night.
I found the earlier books just ok earning about 3 stars, enough to keep my interest but not great. The series started frustrated me with the decisions the characters were making. Just enough to keep my interest. As the series has progressed, I have come to enjoy the story line more and more. Rachael’s sarcastic no bullshit rebellious attitude makes her great protagonist. Jenks is just great and his personality is perfect. I have learned to enjoy Al and Trent. This book lets you spend more time with Biz and learn more about gargoyles. Marguerite Gavin has a great voice and her narration is perfect for these stories.
I have never read the print version
Most - Biz finally getting some print time. Least - Nick, just kill the guy and put us all out of our misery
Marguerite has the ability to play so many different characters. It is what keeps this overly long book interesting
When Siri died.
We could save a couple hours of listening by just reducing the number of times Rachel says "I'm Sorry" and "Thank you" Most dramatic reflections (such as "do I trust Trent") are overdone. They are longer than they need to be. Even after that I will continue to listen. I like the characters. Hopefully Kim will not screw things up by significantly changing the three primary characters current living and work storyline.
Rachel has finally come to grips with her ancestry and is willing to work with it not against it. She also discovers that she might be in love.
I haven't read a lot of urban fantasy and am new to the genre, I picked this up after reading the Sookie series, and was not disappointed. In fact, I think these characters are a little more developed than the Southern Murders.
The narrator is fantastic as always. She does well with the character voices and provides much needed emotion in the dialog.
I always have giggle moments reading this series. There are more than enough sad parts too.
Ever After is a pivotal story in the Hollows Series so it is frustrating knowing that Kim is allowing the story to be shaped by poor decision making and violating the magic system rules of the series. I’m convinced that the author does not know how to write this story without breaking her own rules, and making the Rachael, Trent, and other important characters out to be idiotic.
I am so annoyed with the story line that I had to write this review half way through the book.
I Love to lIsten to books. I'm one of those people that like to read or listen to books over and over. I Love audible.
Marguerite gavin is fantastic. I would definitely want to hear more of her. Kim Harrison is good. But could we use something else even"ohh shit" would be better than"crap on toast" other than her constantly using the same few ,I don't know what you would call them, sayings over and over. I like her characters any the way she"scientificaly"explain the use of magic, the demons, witches, ect.. I alsolike how she explains the different cultures of the inderlanders
The relationship between Rachel and Al. Turning the demons into a Complex society capable of love, trust, regret. Get to see AL in a more intimate way. A continuation of the last book
The only performance of hers I've heard is this series. All though I've got to say the book they didn't use her was awful just awful! I've been trying to return that book. It was so bad Ibought the hard back. So I'm so thankful that they are continuing use Ms.Gavin.
I really enjoy thIs series. I am bummed that I'm caught up and have wait fOr the next one.
Proud book worm!
Exciting and sad!!! Totally enjoyed the book!! Rachel grabs the bull by the horns and also more! Newt comes more to the fore on this book...measuring her Everafter as it shrinks. Ku'Sox is back on the attack more then ever and Bis is learning more as Rachel's familiar! This series is better and better with each book. Though in the last one Rachel gets hurt terribly and beat up bad...she comes back fighting! More characters die (sniff) a few that will shock the socks off you. Jax is back, gotta feel sorry for the bugger but it is good he is. Ivy once again take the background on this and this is good. That Vampire lure thing was kinda freaky to me.
Absolutely. The complex relationships Rachel finds herself in are fascinating.
The Trent connection. I love the elf and I'm glad that he and Rachel seem to be edging closer. I also enjoy Al.
I love most of them. Biz is one of my favorites and so is Trent.
Gargoyles. Elves. Demons. Oh my! Only Rachel can juggle them all at once and not have the world implode!
I just love this series. Every time I think I know where the plot is going, it takes some quirky twist. Ending this one with Rachel and Trent FINALLY getting closer and Al passed out on the couch and Bell and Jenks getting something going but maybe not and Biz being a world breaker...sigh, just too, too much to contimplate. I LOVE IT.