I loved this book; this series. Jonathan Maberry's PDT has given me a Book Hangover. I hope someday he revisits PD. I want to know what's up with Mike.
I wanted to like the book but this narrator just wasn't for me. I thought she asked a question, and so I replayed that part and it was not a question. I couldn't get into this book at all. I kept rewinding it over and over, it just didn't work for me. I'll just buy the ebook and read it someday.
I don't know what's goin on with me, not carin for the last two Mercy books. Maybe I've out grown her and the pack. I never did care for Adam. He's too bossy for me, and yes I know he's an alpha so he has to act a certain way. I've read other books that had wolves and their alpha didn't act like that.
I used to drive all over Houston lookin for my Mercy Thompson books, buuuttt I can't spend anymore money on a series that doesn't really hold my interest anymore. This feels like a break-up, and I'm...more
I don't care for the narrators voice.
His voice got better.(shrugs shoulders) This book was way to gross for me. I enjoyed the story but parasites ain't my thang. Ethan is soooo pathetic and worthless. I couldn't stand him; everyone else I liked. I really want to hear the 2nd book but I don't think I can.
Ok, so I finally bought this on audio, and now I can finish it.
I'm so glad I finally finished this book; it was indeed a struggle. I found myself daydreamin a lot, while listenin to it. I thought this was a Zombie book, and boy was I wrong. A book with only 2 Zombie scenes, isn't a Zombie book. This was a political book and I don't want to read about freakin politics in any book. I didn't like Buffy and yeah, yeah, yeah Georgia we know you have issues with your eyes. The Mason's are awful parents, and why adopt if you aren't gonna show them affection like a descent parent would. The word deadpan was over used. I almost bought the other two books, I'm glad I didn't. I will be takin 'em off my TRL.
Now, I need to listen to a real Zombie book.
Wow. Paul had me crackin up in this one; it's not fair where is face landed when he fell on that female zombie. LOL, just gross. When is Mrs. Deneaux gonna get what she deserves? I hope it's slow and painful. This book made me sad, and I'm wonderin why did he make that person go out like that? It was so brutal, slow, and very painful. SMH
I had no idea what I was buyin, but I soon found out. This book scared me so bad. I don't do demon possession, and had I known I would not have bought it. It was a good book, despite it scarin me. Angela and her family spend a summer in Sacajawea, Washington in her late grandmothers home, and a chain of events happen that changes many lives, forever.
Maberry is awesome. I'm so freakin hooked. Everywhere I go I'm tellin people about The Pine Deep Trilogy.
I truly enjoyed this book. Jonathan Maberry is now one of my favorites. Tom Weiner's voice is great.
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I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone. It pissed me off so much. I have a 15 yo and I see how some women look at him when they think that I don't see em and I wish one of em would try it.
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