An excellent book brought delightfully to life by the narrator. The setting is detailed and complex, characters are never simple, and the mysteries are not straightforward. As Beka seeks to find her way and prove herself, we are swept along into a world of crime and friendship and complicated loyalties.
The narrator's use of accents and voices is spot on - we recognize the characters that populate the world at once.
The information was great, but I wish the narrator had been convinced of that. A strangely flat reading. Kinda 1950s school documentary feel.
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