Everything to love about Mercy is here and still going strong. My all time favorite series and it was torture waiting for this book but it was well worth it.
I'm a professional dog trainer who loves to read. I have degrees in English and Adult Ed. I love well written books that take me away.
Yes! I love listening to this series over and over again.
Faith Hunter's series - Jane/Big Cat have courage and vulnerability equal to Mercy's.
They are seamless and genuine and allow the listener to enter into Mercy's world without interruption.
Above Average Joe
loved the other books - great story that that end like a flat diet soda
not her best work (good filler)
wait to see what happens next
this book is probably setting the stage for something to come
This one was much , much better than River Marked.
It is not every time you can safely say "This book was worth the wait". Lots of action, a bit of humour and all the familiar characters you love to hear from.
Looking forward to Mercy and Adam's next adventure.
Suspense. Repetitive. WTF
YES!!!! I really like the Mercy Thompson series; however, these books are not meant to be a "stand alone" read, so since the reader has been following the series - there is really no need to "backtrack" and re-reference other books and known "facts" so much. I think that nearly 30% of this book was explaining to the reader - yet again (YAWN) - what an alpha is and what a dominant does etc, etc, etc....
The narrator is EXCELLENT!!! She brings the characters to life with the proper dialects, inflections, humor. Just absolutely PERFECT!
Stop "padding" the book with previously (throughout six other books) stated facts and don't backtrack the action to other books for reference. The "print" paperback is already pretty thin, no reason to make these books into "pamphlets".
This installment of Mercy's story is filled with action. From page 1 she gets tangled up in another attack on the pack, but this time not one, not two members of the pack are attacked and kidnapped - it's the whole pack. Who would be so capable or stupid to attack and kidnap a pack of werewolves? That's what Mercy needs to find out. And if she's going to save her wolves, she needs to do it fast, all the while making sure the bad guys don't get their hands on more hostages.
There's magic, there are supernatural creatures, as always. But there are also paramilitary mercenaries and government conspiracies. Someone very near and dear to Mercy's heart dies, but our favorite little coyote is not going to let grief slow her down.
I love Mercy's independent spirit and how she has settled into being the Alpha's mate and #2 in the pack. The story didn't seem to have the punch that earlier books had but maybe that's just me. I certainly will buy Book 8 when it becomes available.
It compares to the other Mercy Thompson books, of course, but beyond that I haven't read any similar books with such a strong female protagonist.
How many ways can I say how good Lorelei King is? Her inflection, her accents, her way of getting Adam's growl just right (be still my heart...pitter-pat-pitter-pat) and how she makes even Stephan the Vampire sound sexy. She is an excellent narrator, perhaps 2nd only to Davina Porter in my book.
Yes. I get hooked on Mercy and want the stories to go on and on. Of course, I have all the books in audible and paper formats so I can just pick the first book, Moon Called, and start the series over.
I love the series and commend Ms. Briggs for keeping it interesting and fun.
I enjoy reading series and very rarely read stand alone series. I mostly read romance and sci-fi & fantasy.
I am a huge fan of Patricia Briggs, but this book wasn't her best. I was impressed that in this one unlike her other books you had Adams point of view on some things. That was a nice touch.
This was a good book but it didn't captivate me like her previous books have. It was a good book but I can't say that it was the best. I was expecting more and I didn't get it. I understand that Mercy will almost always save the day, but after a while of her thrill seeking ideas get tiring and I think in this book it was too much.
It is my opinion that the series didn't necessarily needed this book to continue forward. It is a good book to pass the time, but if you are looking for the action filled books of the past this isn't the one. Yes there is action, but it so predictable that it is almost not worth the read.
I was hoping a lot form this book, the past one Fair Game left the story with an interest Fairy flavor. This one picks up really good after those events which makes you think it will be predicable. Well as all Mercy books before this one you would get it all wrong. The book keeps you hooked all the way to the end; lots of plots twists and even bigger problems, leaving you with just a smile of how things went. We get to see an even tougher Mercy who always gets involved to try to do the right thing; she even drives around in a cooler looking car than her usual VW. And also now that she is a stepmother, she becomes someone very concern and caring to her new family.
It is not a complain, but just a comment, I felt it too short even when we know this is longer than River Marked. I guess it’s just the very fast paced and well written that you just can’t let it down. Still it left me for the need of more.
Lorelei is amazing at her performance, she always has being but in this particular story some fragments are told from Adam's point of view, and she managed just fine. Referring to Mercy in third person rather than first was challenging but helps you get into all the points of view not only hers.
In all is a great book and it’s a most if you are a Mercy fan already. Do not get this if you are not familiar with past books, and also with Alpha an Omega series.
Was so good Ill listen to it twice. Adam is so cute and so sad that peter got killed and that Mercy is still in the middle of everything.
How mercy is in the middle of things.
the book made me cry and sad and cry.