As usual Megan Hart has created very believable characters and a great story. I have enjoyed many of her writings and Stranger is no exception to her excellent quality or work. I enjoyed the relationship of characters to Dirty.
The narrators voice is very feminine so the male voices are not the strongest. But I still enjoyed the audio book very much.
We listened to this book on a long drive across the country, and we were laughing and enjoying the story as we went. Sure the plot was silly and crazy, but it's a "Joe Kimball" story, where people get punched in the groin a lot.
I enjoyed this book. I anxiously awaited this book after the cliffhanger of the last book. Many of the mysteries from the series are revealed, some a was surprised by and others I was not. It concludes the story arch of the series but does leave a few loose threads for future stories in the well defined fantasy universe.
Rock Rainbow Girl!
Any student of English even, if just elementary school grammar, knows English is weird. This book help explain why and how it got that way. I loved this book.
I tutored English as a Second Language for a couple of years and I wish had known some of this before starting to tutor. It would have made explaining some of the quirks about English easier.
I enjoyed the narration as well. John McWhoter is enthusiastic about is work and that comes through to the listener.
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