Up among the top!
I love John D McDonald's books--I remember reading them decades ago when they were first published.
Travis McGee, of course
I love the way characters develop as the story progresses.
The reader is excellent, and the quality of the audio book is great, as usual from Audible.
Yes. Love the characters and the story.
Every bit of it.
Two fantastic readers make this story even better.
Beast Meets Shaman
I liked Shifting Shadows very much--I loved the way it expanded the characters in small ways not possible in the novels.
Mercy is my favorite character, and since the whole series is built around her, that's a good thing. Mercy is an oddity in her own world, and manages to succeed anyway.
I iked every one. Each story brought a sense of excitement, wondering which aspect of which character she would explore next.
Since it is an anthology, it is a book that can be listened to in more than one sitting, handy for short travels, and I listened in that manner. Had I been in a position to listen all the way through, I would have.
I love Jane Yellowrock. She is EveryHeroYouEverHad. She has human frailties, and she makes mistakes, but together with Beast, she is able to overcome them.
Nothing can compare to Jane Yellowrrock except herself.
Khristine Hvam makes the books even better, if that can be so. Her voice is very distinct for each character, and it sounds as though someone is actually speaking. I hope she will continue to read Jane's books!
No crying or laughing, but it made me break my rule audiobook rule--my rule is to listen to them only in the car, and I found myself sitting in the driveway with this one.
I love the way Faith Hunter brings in ancient myths and legends into her books and makes the creatures real.
I always wait as long as possible to listen to Jane's stories, because, well, once you start, they will end too soon, and I always want to say, "Wait! You can't stop now!"
No. While the audio edition is excellent, the voice of the reader isn't quite what is needed, although she did a good job.
Jennifer Roberson's Sword Dancer books. Both are about a strong woman with a mission she would trade all to accomplish
Yes she did. Different voices were obvious for different characters.
Yes and no. I've waited so long for these books that I sort of doled them out to myself.
I've not read the print version but I really enjoyed the audio edition.
Jane Yellowrock is always my favorite even though her part in Faith Hunter's story was minor. She is the complete heroine.
Excellent narration in all the stories.
All of the stories were very well done with interesting plots.
I hope there are more such collaborations in the future by these editors!
I love the complexities of the characters; together with the action parts, this is a great book. Khristine Hvam's masterful narration serves to add to the quality.
Jane of course is my favorite character. She is a very tough heroine, but very human in spite of Beast living inside. I love the way Faith Hunter peels away the layers to reveal her flaws.
It was the moment she shared in the sweat lodge when she learned about Cherokee warrior women.
It was when Molly decided to live.
The only thing I hate about Faith Hunter's Skinwalker series is finishing one, and knowing it will be months and months before the next one. I hope hope hope Khristine Hvam will continue to narrate; she makes the characters and scenes truly come alive.
Yes. It has been among my favorite books, read and reread many times, and I was soo happy to see it on audible
My favorite moment was when Tiger finally realized Del was for real.
I liked nothing about his performance--it was terrible. His voice is totally wrong for Tiger; he sounds like some city song-and-dance man speaking to those he considers ignorant and impressionable clods. He would be better doing Music Man. His voice for Del is not much better; he simply adopted what he must consider a northern Europe accent. I just hope he isn't used for future Tiger and Del books. He came very close to ruining the entire audiobook. I hope people won't judge the book by the narrator.
It made me cheer many times.
Jennifer Roberson's Swordancer series is among the best in the genre. I'm very glad I had a chance to listen to it on my ipod. I hope there are more, and I hope we have a better narrator for future books.
I like all the Jane Yellowrock audio editions better than the print version because, good as the print versions are, reader Khristine Hvam adds so much to the listen.
I love the intricacies of Jane's personality and growth as the books progress.
She is a great reader, and this is up there with her best.
Yes, it was hard to make myself stop listening, even when tasks were calling me.
I always cannot wait until the next Jane Yellowrock book comes out, and this one was no exception. Go Faith! Go Jane!
I love the character of Jane Yellowrock. She is every hero you ever had.
There is no comparison. Jane is the ultimate.
I've only heard her with the Jane Yellowrock series, and she is a master! She is a perfect Jane and also perfect for all the other various characters in the series. No one else could do justice to the series, and I hope she continues to be the narrator for future Jane Yellowrock books.
I did want to. Listened to part of it on a 400 mile trip and then more on the return. Although my rule is to listen to audio books only in the car, I could not help myself, and I finished listening when I got home. (as I did with Jane #4)
Write faster Faith--we need the next installment!
I love Jane's character!
The most memorable for me was when "beast meets were-cat."
Khristine Hvam is a master! Her voice is perfect for Jane, and she is very adept at the various accents of the residents of New Orleans.
Beast is Back!
The entire concept of Jane Yellowrock is so fascinating--I'm just sorry there are not more at this time. I want to say "Write faster!"
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.