The writing is a little weak. The story itself is fine, the feeling is that the author sort of lost interest - and I think this is true of most of the series. I really liked the first one I read - Single White Vampire - and I like some of the recurring characters - but as a whole it feels kind of formulaic and thrown together.
Yes. A better editor perhaps. There were glaring weak points I would've like it better without.
Of course. I like his work generally.
Harry is a little bit forced. If you like your cops jaded and willing to rough up suspects without remorse to get results, Harry is your man. It bothered me that when he is suspected of planting evidence everyone was so surprised, though. I think now my difficulty finishing this one is the rampant corruption everywhere. I think I fear reality is really like this and it breaks my heart.
It felt incomplete though I understood the reasoning.
The concept was still engaging enough. There were a couple of instances where the logic failed which always grates on me. You would think that in fantasy one would be more open to random illogic but not for me. You pick the rules but you gotta play by them consistently.
Yes. It kept me engaged. Excruciating material mixed in with the fluffy fun. Light hearted mostly which is what I was looking for.
Very clever and amusing.
Better than Dawn. The story gets even better with Imago and I can't wait until it appears on Audible. Akins story is perfectly outrageous and just as plausible.
Akin of course. There is something appealing about babies, even alien ones.
Love this author.
It's purely original. Alien contact at its most intimate and somehow believable.
I don't notice the narrator unless they are bad.
This series is an old favorite of mine, glad it's finally on audible.
It was a clever idea; very clever in fact. It stayed shallow, though, and I don't know how that could have been changed.
maybe. I dont normally.
I enjoy coming of age stories and right/good overcoming evil. This one worked well.
The folks in it are real.
I finished the book in one weekend and was devastated when it ended.
The main character is earthy and a little vulgar and also very feminine - no mean feat.
It is refreshing to hear such a lovely Southern voice.
its a brain eating dead girl. Its a love story.
No, not better. In fact it made it run faster than I would have liked. It is not a big story but a very endearing one.
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