Absolutely love to read, anything! Well maybe not Western or biographies but other than that anything. Dystopian is quickly becoming my fav!
Briggs has made a come back with Frost Burned. The last few Mercy books that I have read have been just blah for me. I believe Briggs has redeemed herself with this one. So glad that she is back on track.
The story was wonderful and I love Mercy, Adam, Asil, Ben (actually all the pack we got to see) and Stephen.
The one thing I really wish would have been better was the accent Ms King used for Asil. It sounded more Dracula like than Spanish to me (her accent for Stephen and Marsila also sounds more Dracula than Italian, but since they are vampires, it made sense to me). Other than that complaint, I think the narration was very well done.
I've listened to all the Mercy Series and this one doesn't disappoint, Its a good mixture of reality and fiction I hope there are many more to come.
Mercy & Peter's last words
Lorelei does a great job as narrator
When Mercy and Adam got together after he escaped his capture
As children we all live in a world of imagination and fantasy. It's wonderful when it follows us into adulthood. -Jim Henson
Out of the Patricia Briggs Mercy series it's good. It feels more like a stepping stone to the next in the series.
Mercy of course!! I love strong sexy women !!
The way Mercy connects with her mate. Now thats a relationship attribute that gets me every time !!
I really enjoy this series. I think because of that I'm very biased.
As always, the latest installment of Mercy's story rocks! I have been anxiously awaiting this one since march of 2011, since River Marked came out. Hard to believe that it has really been 2 years since we last visited the pack!
I love that we got to see Mercy, Adam, Jesse, Kyle, and Stefan as well as a few others. I would have loved to see more of Zee and Ben and Darryl, as well as the rest of the pack.
I was extremely shocked to see Asil, The Moor, pop up (refer to the Alpha & Omega series). I love that both series can flow into each other so flawlessly! Often times when I read spin off books, its a completely different story, and does not mesh well with the original story line from the first story set.
I would have loved to see Mercy take on more of a motherly role, even though she and Jesse are so close in age, but I guess that's what makes her such a cool step-mom! She is more of a bestie than a parent!
Even though I loved the story as is, I felt that.....something....I am not sure what exactly, was missing. I guess we will have to hold off for another installment?
Also, I would love to see Mercy and Adam have a baby! They need one, I think! Also, it would be interesting for Charles & Anna (again, refer to Alpha & Omega series) to make an appearance in a Mercy book. It would be something to see, having an Omega near this pack.
Would I recommend this book? Absolutely! How could I not? I have been in love with these characters since 2009! 7 books in what, 3 1/2 years? Keep up the awesome work Patricia! And thank you so much for keeping Lorelei King on this project! It is always so disappointing when a new narrator pops into a series in the middle.
Patricia Briggs is back with Mercy, Adam, their pack, and her allies. In addition, Patricia Briggs brings a little help to Mercy's door from Charles and Anna's world. Not only do you get to see the ins and outs of friendship, pack, and a little bit of magic, you get to see into more of what makes Mercy and Adam tick, what is in their hearts and minds.
I think Frost Burned was similar to Iron Kissed from the standpoint of all of Mercy's friends, allies, etc... are engaged in this story. You are able to see where folks are at and what is happening a little bit in their lives while Mercy is once again plunging into danger to save her loved ones.
My favorite scene is when Patricia Briggs gets inside Adam's head. You get to see how he feels about Mercy, why she is important to him, and how much she means to him. Briggs has always been good about get up close and personal in what Mercy thinks and feels about herself and those around her, this time she does the same with Adam and goes back and forth between the two of them.
"Mercy, your eyes are gold, I didn't know they could change color."
Loralie King does a great job of narrating the story. If I had any complaints at all, it was that I zipped through this book way too fast and now how to wait before Patricia Briggs puts out her next book......sigh......
Absolutely, as long as they've read the previous Mercy Thompson books. The story line has been compelling from the very beginning. For some reason I felt the story was a little stilted compared to the others, but I'll re-listen to it in another week or two and see if I feel the same way after round 2.
Mercy and Adam are the two main characters, and have to be favorites. But I also really like Ben, he's evolving into a semi decent person (werewolf) but he's an ass, and reminds me of some of my friends who also have asshole tendencies :) Warren and Kyle are a great couple and hilarious, and Jessi is always fun. I could go on and on, but you may get it that I pretty much like the whole cast of characters.
I liked it when Coyote pops back in the picture and Mercy draws the poisoned silver from Adam, I'd have loved to have seen his face at that moment.
A couple, but I don't want to add a lot of spoilers to this review.
The whole series is well written and entertaining. And the spin off series with Charles starting with Alpha and Omega are well written and entertaining as well.
I just listened to Evanovich's Not. 19 - and it really reduced my enjoyment of this story. The voices were not unique to this title - and hearing Adam's voice the same as Ranger's reduced my enjoyment. Additionally it was difficult to tell the vampires apart and the accent chosen was too Dracula.
IT Project Manager in CA. I would say I am a Audio Book Addict...
Both my daughter and I love the Mercy Thomson series. I have listened to the series at least three times all the way through... My teenage daughter also enjoys the series and has read it more than once..
This book takes story lines developed in both this series and the overall Mercy-virse and brings them together nicely. The story has action, humor, and characters that are easy to fall in love with.
This series is fairly clean of sexual situations and when one occurs they are described in a tasteful manner so I would recommended it for a teen audience. The other series in the Mercy-virse "Alpha and Omaga" is a little more explicit but still not too bad.