I really enjoyed this book. If you like the disc world then this story is like settling in with an old friend on a comfortable couch.
When you feel like kicking back and just having fun listening to a story this is a good series to turn to. Molly Harper does great character definition with Jane and you end up liking her a lot and rooting for her to win. If you like your heroins quirky, your vampires hunky and stories fun this is a good book for you.
This first episode was so good I'm waiting for all the rest so I can listen to them all at once, then I'll write a review on the last one. I only hope all the installments continue to be as good as the first.
This book was o.k. and worth listening to but the premise was a little too weak. I would still pick up a Scalzi book and look forward to listening to it I just hope the next one has a better working premise.
I'm not a big fan of Amelia Peabody but I can listen to the stories from my library so they are well worth it. This story has a similar feel to it, a relaxing story where you know everything is going to turn out ok. If someone does die you won't know them too well so it won't matter too much. I like it enough to spend a credit on it and will probably get around to listening to whole series eventually.
I got this book through some sort of promotion or other. Always a good way to meet a new writer, though it's hit and miss. This book was good enough that I will keep choosing her books and I hope they are as good as this one.
The story moved along well and the character development was excellent. It isn't a supernatural story, the IChing and her dreams are just a portion of what she uses to solve the mystery and are related sort of in passing. It's a good choice for a listen.
You would think Amazon could get this right. Unfortunately I didn't figure it out until the end. I even checked Part 1 again to see if I missed something because Steven King usually doesn't start in the middle. Kind of ruined it for me.
I don't know why everyone said this book was so good. It was hard to follow. By the end, not much had happended. And the narrator just droned. I kept having to wake myself up to follow the story
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