Others here have commented that the reader does a poor job with Homes. I disagree. The story is told from the point of view of a girl, and the reading is quite appropriate. I throughly enjoyed it!
Too many sub plots, too many characters. It seems like the author is striving more for a high page count than a solid novel. This combined with the change in narrator in book 4 is enough to stop be from continuing with the series.
Entertaining story, narrator does a great job, but the audio quality is a little poor. The volume level changes erratically, and some sections are fuzzy sounding. Still an enjoyable listen.
While the author has managed to create a unique variation on the Dracula story, her efforts to provide detail and colour to the story often overwhelm what would otherwise be a good story. Captivating plot development is frequently interrupted by irritatingly excessive descriptions of surroundings and character’s appearance. Her treatment of romance, especially since it is told from a male perspective, borders on downright silly. Try the abridged version
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