The book was OK, a bit predictable, but with enough of a different premise that I kept going. I liked the narrator as well which always helps. The characters were a bit formulaic and their growth during the tale was nothing unexpected. If you like cozy little mysteries wrapped in mystical occurrences, this is right up your alley. I just kept wanting something more.
The ending was fine. It did wrap up rather suddenly and if you've listened this far you can probably predict what happens for yourself.
This book really made me wish I had a garden again. I miss cooking with fresh herbs I've grown myself. I did love the details of the food and how the fresh ingredients were used to produce the desired effects in those who consumed them.
The narrator is great. I'd listen to almost anything she reads.
I would not listen to Dominion again as I didn't care for the narrator. His voice was far too low and gravelly to be readily understood in the car where I generally listen. I do love the author and would read (not listen) to this book again.
low, gravelly, indistinct
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