Yes, I enjoyed her humor and slightly different take on the typical vampire detective superwoman of the night world.
Just the other books in the series that she has read. Performance wasa enjoyable, easy to to get into.
Seemed a bit shorter than the other books, the ending felt rushed, making it feel a bit incomlete or rough.
It was not what I had thought it would be, I enjoyed the suspense and the way the story changed and evolved.
Narration was awesome. All the character's voices fit them, and the narrator did an excellent job of going between chars with out slipping, which really allows me to just fall into the book and enjoy the story.
I wanted to, but it is a nice long book, just don't have that kind of time :) It did have good stopping points where it wasn't too hard to put down and catch back up.
I could not get past the third story, it was really just horribly disjointed maybe it got better, but I just could not continue, not even the narration pulled me in.
May have gotten better after the three I had listened to, the premise was interesting which is why I had picked it. It just didn't work for me.
This book was not really a book on dogs, but more a broad book on the development of domestication and socialization of species, dog, chimps, humans.
It was interesting but if you are just looking for something focused on dogs you may want something else like Dog Sense by Bradshaw.
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