I love the series and find J.D. Robb's vision of the future both fun and interesting. I was a little disappointed in the fact the narrator changed many of the voices in these last two books but in particular Peabody's. I agree with the last comment that it is difficult to differentiate between the female voices.
One of the things I enjoy the most is the relationship between Dallas and Summerset. It's both agitating and heartwarming and easy to see how much these two have in common in their love for one man, Roarke. Love the series!
When Miranda stood up to the Ancient wizard at her own peril
What's not to like about Luke Daniels! He really brings the characters to life.
While I love the coolness of Eli's character my favorite is Gin.
I would listen to Hexed again in fact I'd listen to the entire series all over again. The story telling is fascinating especially since I am not familiar with Celtic mythology and I was drawn to the history of it. Most of all there was a great deal of humor and I found myself laughing out loud a lot.
Oberron. I love dogs and hearing Kevin Hearne's interpretation of what dogs think through his conversations with Atticus kept me in stitches.
Atticus by far.
When Perry was killed.
I really enjoyed the entertainment of listening to this story unfold and have already downloaded the next book. I think I recalled another viewer comparing this to Jim Butcher's Harry Dresden series, but I would add that it's more like the later releases of the Dresden files, pumped up a little. Either way, if you liked Harry Dresden, you can't help but enjoy Sandman Slim.
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