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.
In the dictionary, next to the word "bibliophile" there is a picture of me... Ok... it's my dictionary... and I put the picture there.
I always enjoy Kim Harrison's series "The Hollows". I rated this one a 4 out of 5 because I can't decide if I like that there were clearly two story lines in this book. I wasn't sure if she was setting up for a spin off focusing on Ivy or if she was setting us up for the next book. I like the closure she gives us for Rachael's past relationships and the continued build up for a romantic involvement between Trent and Rachael. I'm interested to see how this will play out.
My best recommendation for this series is this book. I've actually considered rereading the entire series again due to this book. There are a ton of changes in this book! I think characters evolved. Looking forward to Kim Harrison's future work on this series!
Al, Trent and Rachael working together.
The story that shows the new direction of the series
After reading/Listening to the previous books, (you will want to read them in order), this has some surprises and shows how the character relationships have changed. I don't want to spoil anything so I am not mentioning what happens but it is what I expected. Overall this is a good series and well worth getting.
As a mom of young children I like to listen while I do laundry or dishes etc. Audio books give me the chance to read (listen) more!
Perhaps. I enjoy all of the series!
The Rachel character reminds me vaguely of Sookie Sackhouse
The escape from the Nursery.
I waited a really long time before downloading this book. I always hate when a really good series is coming to an end and I think I was in denial. When I could finally wait no longer I savoured it like the best dessert at the end of a wonderful meal served in the company of really good friends. And Marguerite Gavin is the chocolate fudge and whipped topping on that dessert.
This is one of my all time favorites and will listen to it time and again.
This book is a great addition to the Hollows Series. And of course the end leaves you hanging and waiting for the next book. The narrator, Marguerite Gavin, is AMAZING on this book. I would highly recommend this title!
Intense character development, and the fact that Rachel seems to have matured and knows who she is and accepts the good and the bad with that. The fact that Rachel and Trent seem to be working together to make things better. Learning to trust.
We learn a lot about characters especially Al, and how he really feels, though he can't express it in words that most would like to hear.
There were many, because there are characters who have been in the series for a while who will be lost to us. They were not my favorite but, very moving
I would end up spoiling but just know that even Al has feeling and it shows in this story. Not all Daemons are equal.
This was one of Kim Harrison's best in this series. There will be another, because it was just left that way at the end that there will be more. Marguerite Gavin, has be awesome at narrating this series. The voices of each character both male and female. Also putting the emotions in each. There was a lot of sub stories in this book, but the bottom line is that Rachel and Trent learned to trust each other. Big step.
Just someone who likes a little bit of everything but mostly Sci-Fi/fantasy & Mystery Thrillers. I love Audiobooks because it makes whatever project I'm working on a little more enjoyable. I only wish I could leave reviews on books that I didn't get from Audible..I need another tb....
There's not a lot to say that hasn't already been said about Rachel Morgan. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because the Demons have worn out their welcome....and why can't her and Trent Kalamack just be honest with each other, they have known each other since they were kids...all these jabs and innuendos gets a bit childish after awhile...
If you like the Witches, Fairies, Seelie & UnSeelie etc...Check out Seanan McGuires' "October Day" series. It's a refreshing take that realm....
When I read the first books of this series I had mixed emotions about how well I was going to like it. However, having now read each and every book and short story associated with it, it has become a must-read in my ever growing library! I love Rachel, Jenks, his kids and the ever growing circle of friends and enemies. Marguerite Gavin is a great narrator who makes the stories come alive.