non stop action
Her continuous search for her limits of magical abilities and whether or not romance is in store
Ms. Gavin is so talented that you can individually detail each character.
Can't wait for the next one
I love Kim Harrison she spins a story that keep you inthralled from the opening! and what I like even more about Kim Harrison stories is there is no soft porn in every other chapter she has a good story to tell. Loved it wish I could find more writers like her. I have offically stopped reading what used to be my favorite writers ie. Julie Garwood, Linda Howard, Nora Roberts, Karen Robards and Sandra Brown they all depend on soft porn to sell books!
Rachel and Trent in the last chapter.
how to pronounce some of the demon's names
I enjoy this series and I think this is the best book yet. All of the characters are so well developed that you feel like you are getting to know them over a life time. And the situations our heroine gets into are an interesting pairing between her inner monolog and her outer actions as are dictated by life. Enjoy!
Say something about yourself!
Very good. Was happy with the lack of Ivy in this book as she is one of my least favorite characters. Good story with Al, Trent and Jenks. Marguerite Gavins's narration was as usual perfect.
Defender of fiction!
I loved this book primarily because Rachel didn't do anything super stupid or immature. Don't get me wrong; I love the character and the books but sometimes there have been a lot of facepalm moments in the previous books. This book cruised along at a good steady rate. There were changes between the characters interactions that felt natural and inevitable. It makes me happy when things are not dragged out too much. The conclusion appeared at a good place that didn't leave you hanging. I cannot say enough good things about the narrator. She really makes the story come alive for me.
I have been a fan of Rachel and her crew for years. Unlike many other series', this book is near the end of the series, and it doesn't feel forced. The details are beautifully crafted, and I feel as if another peice of the puzzle has been placed. I love the finally budding relationship with Trent. Most of all, while I love reading the books, I love hearing Margaruite Gavin. She is by far my favorite voice actor. Bravo on all parts!
Ah, the romance between Rachel and Trent!
She is Rachel! But my close second is Al. Margaruite rocks!!!
When Ku'sox has the last baby boy, and it all goes down hill. I bawled.
Yes! This series has blossomed into an almost "real" place thanks to the words of Kim Harrison. Additionally, I am a native Cincinnatian, and enjoy the fact that this alternate reality takes place in a landscape that is near and dear to my heart. Most importantly, Ms. Harrison has done an amazing job building on former plot lines in an absolutely believable way. Her character development has created realistic, likeable/unlikeable people to live in this amazing place called The Hollows. There is always something new to pick up on when I relisten to books in this series.
I don't want to give anything away, but one of the characters "remembers" a lost friend in the story. The words describes this lost friend in a fond way that made me smile and also remember the lost character just as I would a deceased friend or relative myself. Very well done!
Ms. Gavin does a wonderful job on all the voices. Rachel would probably be my favorite in all the books and that is a good thing since she is the main character. However, I did quite enjoy Al in this book. I think the baby talk from Lucy and Rae also translates better in a listening situation. It must be difficult to write "baby talk".
I always laugh out loud during many scenes in stories of the Hollows. Rachel Morgan and her compatriots may live close to the edge much of the time, but they are basically optimistic in their outlook and humor is often the way they deal with their stress. While I didn't cry, there are some extremely touching moments in the story as well. It is plot lines like this that make The Hollows seem "real" to me.
I had the fortune of meeting Ms. Harrison at a book signing once. I told her I read the first book in the series because it took place in Cincinnati. I've read the rest of the books because they are so well written. I thank her for continuing this series. I strongly recommend this series.
In this volume I really enjoyed Al. We got to see a side of him a little more "human". some of the emotions and feelings shared made you not think of him as such a bad guy.
Everything. She brings such life to the characters. I have read (listened) to other books by other authors just because she is the narrator. She is definitely one of my top 3 faves.
Yes and No. It was interesting enough to listen to at one time but i wanted to savor it and really pay attention to the story. Plus it is quite long.
Great book.It was refreshing to have the story focus on characters that have been in the background in the past. It was also good to get way from the Ivy storyline for awhile and see different sides of Rachael.
I loved this book! Had to listen to it twice! Didn't think Kim could top the last one... but than I say that after ever one of them! She has ruined me for any other urban fantasy series. Just hate that I will have to wait a year for the next one! I think I will listen to the whole series again! I was planning to do this before the last one comes out (# 13)... but I can probably do it then too! P.S.... I knew Rachel would somehow end up with Trent the first time they met!