This is very good book! It reminds me of "The Time Traveler's Wife", it's written in the same time jumping style. The smooth talking and ease of accents make me feel like there should be a classical masterpeice playing in the background of a horror movie. I feel like this could be true, I feel like I could know this main character and her family.
I guess, I'm not a werewolf fan, but all in all it's not a bad book. I think James Marsters did not like this book, his reading of this one is so lackluster and down that I can't get into it. The words themselves are words of hunger, anger, and the fight for one's life, but James does not do it justice. You are better off to read this one than to listen to it. Don't worry the next 2 are absolutely fantastic! Keep going! Its worth it to follow along. The climax is mouth-watering!
I liked it. I had seen the Dresden Files on SciFi a few years back, and so I picked up the book hoping it would be better and it is really good. I enjoyed it very much. I'm about to listen to it again.
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