Sean Runnette is Talbot to me. I really like his voice, and he puts alil extra somethin on/in it, when he reads.
Zombies and a vengeful Vampire......you're Screwed.
I did not expect to love this book. It was good from the beginning to the end. I really liked the dialog between the characters, too. Chava is a golem (made of clay), and Ahmad is a jinni (made of fire). Good book.
This book scared the shit out of me; but I love me some Zombie books and movies. Me and my son do a zombie apocalypse scenario every time we're in a parkin garage, mall, picture show, or traffic, and we discuss what our evac plan would be for right then and there. It gets pretty interestin.
Ok, back to my review. Did I say how much this book scared the shit out of me? Oh, yeah I did. The scariest scene in the book for me was when Joe and Kendra were at Mike's place and when they were on their way out and he was askin, "where were those boys?" Man that gave me chills. I don't understand why they titled this book Devil's Wake bc in the book DW is a place, and Ima stop right there w/ that. Those of you who have read it know why I'm askin this question. I wanted more of the story. I don't so much need closure buuuttt I just need alil more. Mrs. Due and Mr. Barnes have a fan for life. I look forward to more great reads, from this Duo.
Good book. It had me crying happy tears at the end of the book, twice.
Ok, I just finished listenin to this on audio and it wasn't as good as it was when I 1st read it. I found the sex scene w/ V and her-who-should-not-be, a total yawn. I don't hate her, I just don't like her at all. I wanted more Qhuinn, and yeah it wasn't his book.... Whispering, I kinda like the BOB. I think that there's something really hot about them, and that menage between Xcor and Throe, was hot. I look forward to readin more about them.
Ok, I had issuses with this book. The main character is Olivia, she's, I think half wht/ half blk. She's adopted and doesn't know that she's black until she's in the 2nd grd. It was never an issue in her home, I can dig it. However, I did not like Olivia. I thought that she was weak and had absolutly no idea of who she was. Lets see if I can explain w/o spoilin the story. Olivia was datin Patrick for 4yrs and they became engaged. They didn't sleep together the whole 4 yrs, and then she finds out that Patricks gay and that he's been sleepin around on her. A cpl of yrs later they become besties. She hangs w/ him, his boyfriend, and all of their friends. She's a Hag. She meets Alex who is also gay, through Patrick and they become close.(I see a pattern, here) Patrick hurt her, and she does whateva he asks her to do, bc she's still in love w/ him. (Yes,weak). She has some issues w/ Alex, but she won't just come out and ask him about them. Things you really need to be askin when ur likin someone. She talks about how she doesn't know who she is or who she's suppose to be. Shouldn't you know at a certain age who you are? This chick is, I think 28 yrs old, but anyways. One of her parents is Jewish and the other Catholic. This was the only time in the book that I felt sorry for her, bc each parent wants her to choose their religion, so she's confused. But this is all JMO.
Neil Gaiman narrated his own book, and I liked his voice. I like his writin. He makes a world and you can truly put yourself in that world. I found myself wonderin, what I would do if I were Richard. Poor, Richard. This book would make a very good movie.
Wow! Jonathan Odell, I would have never guessed he was white after hearin this book. And if you want to know what I'm talkin about then you'll just have to read the book, to see. I truly enjoyed this book. Granada and Aunt Sylvie had me laughin out loud, but mostly it was Granada; Polly Shine gave me a few chuckles as well. Everytime I think of Daniel Webster I can't help but to giggle, yes giggle. I want everyone I know to read or listen to this book. I want people to enjoy it as much as I did, and I want to hear their opinions about it. I also liked the interview that J. Odell added to the end of the book. It was indeed a good read.
I thought this book would never end. I found myself ffwd through certain parts. These books don't get me all excited the way that they use to; I use to be alil obsessed over this series but not anymore. I think Ima save my credit and get my library to order LaL on audio for me.
She really had it in for Tohr, huh. The only thing that I liked about this book was the look that Qhuinn gave Blay, when he was thinkin about their future. Oh, and when Lassiter was in Tohr's room and Tohrs hands were not visible, I lmao. Love Lassiter. I could not stand that Soap Opera that was playin out between Xhex and John. Xhex was ready to burn her bras and shit, and I am woman her me roar.(wait she probably doesn't wear bras) The guys were just lookin out for her, but anyways. I'd like to see Lassiter get a love interest, but I'd like to see a lot of things happen in these books. I hope LaL is better than this one.
And she trys waaayyy to hard with the slang, and with tryin to make the brothers cool.(yawn)2/28/13
No wonder Eliza feels the way she does towards the Talbots; it all makes sense. We all know that Mike is sarcastic, but I got tired of him remindin us of just how sarcastic he is. Just sayin. John the Tripper was hilarious. This book was way grosser than the others, and that's cool, bring it on. And I hope they find that doctor.
This book was not for because, I don't like when stories just end, without actually endin. All the stories in this book where like that. A few ended enough that it wasn't so bad.
I now own this book and it's one that I'll never listen to again; I try not to read reviews because some people don't know how to add SPOILER ALERT to them, and in this case I wish I would've.
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