Yes. It had some laughs. I think that the "villian" was a little predictable though.
Julian had a great part in the novel.
I don't do the voices, but I appreciate being able to listen while reviewing my computer work.
I laughed in the bathroom scene, and also the cousin worried about people thinking he is gay.
Although I recommend this book, I would recommend the earlier books in this series more.
Yes. You have a fabulous narrator reading this series. If I would have read this to myself I would have heard the narrators voice in my head anyway because I got the audible version of all the prior books.
Her closest friends knew something was wrong right away when she started taking orders.
Her voices are wonderful. I have heard her read the whole story and it just wouldn't be the same with anyone else. I actually look for books based on the work she has done.
Yes, but the whole Mercy Thompson series is one of my favorites. I have listened to all of them more than once.
I would definitely refer it.
Matthew's halloween in the states with the young kids seems memorable. He has a soft spot for young vampires.
This is the first book by Jennifer that I have heard. I definitely will look into some of her other performances.
There is no way possible to listen in one sitting. It took me three days and I thought that was equivalent to "I can't put it down"
I will be buying the sequel shortly since it was not wrapped up at the end of this book.
I had to download the next in the series when I finished this book. This book is right in line with the first two books in this series. I would read this series in order if I were you.
I guess it is like Stephanie Plum with paranormal shapeshifters. The humor is there and the struggle between the men in her life makes it real similar.
I have heard a Stephanie Plum book from her. It does compare well which is amazing since people in Washington do not sound like people from Jersey.
I liked how she handled with Jessie got hurt. It shows she is already a big part of that pack.
I liked the world the author created in the future where gun shot wounds are foreign to them.
The plot kept me interested in seeing if I was right about who the villian was.
I haven't heard other books she has done.
No extreme reactions, but it is possible since the subject matter is kind of upsetting.
It should be about the same as reading it. After all, it is unabridged.
The house burning scene.
Never heard her before.
Beware of ex's selling you a house.
No, because I have heard it. There are other Abby Cooper stories I haven't heard yet.
It did keep me listening and I got the next book in the series.
The sisters sounded similar.
Your pants are burning.
I am not sure if I know anyone to recommend this to.
Maybe a little more character development. I found I did not care.
I am not convinced that the performance was the bad part.
The thoughtfulness of the ending.
The world revolves around Katniss, especially since she is the voice of the novel.
No, but I will look into other books she has read.
The rebels storm the... oh wait I think Return of the Jedi already took that.
I couldn't stop listening until it was done.
Yes, if they had read the first book in the series. I don't feel you can jump in without reading the first book.
The family dealing with each other towards the end.
I figure Cookie is a two pack a day character
Yes, cause I work 10 days
The author talked about her influences for how she created Charley, and I liked all of them.
I did not read the print version, but I did really enjoy the audio
Her date with the snake was memorable.
Bath was a good character.
I didn't have an extreme reaction like laughing or crying, but I did want to listen until it was done.
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