Absolutely, It was a fun read with an interesting Hero and Heroine.
I don't want to give anything away but it has to do with the inspector and his reasoning for getting so called justice on this family.
You will fall in love with Ian. He as autism and he continues to fight it for the women he loves is just beautiful.
I don't know, there where so many. But what I can say is that Lucifer and LaShelle are some boss divas.
Lashelle, she had the best lines of the book.
Bow Down Bi**h
Can't wait for King Divas. Love every minute of this book. Well worth the credit.
I would listen to Curties & Conspriaces a million times. This book has everything action suspense, humor. It's the perfect read.
Moria Quirk knows how to bring every character to life. Each person has there own personallity and voice and she bring s it accross to the reader.
The book made me laugh a lot. Gail Carriger has a brilliant sense of humor.
I don't know, I have not read the print edition.
I loved the way Rachel 's friends always rally around her. They love her and they are really family even though they are different species.
I have and they are all good. Marguerite Gavin knows how to perform and bring a book to life.
Rachel and the Mystics
I don't know if this is Rachel and Kim Harrison's last book, but if it is it ended with a bang. I hope it is not the last of Rachel, Jenks, Trent and Ivy. They have been a part of my life for so long. I'm not sure what it will be like without them.
At least one redeeming character. Every last one of them was a hot mess.com including Karmisha, though she tired to be better.
Oh I don't know, the rape scenes, bad rap lyrics or a man sleeping with so many women unprotected and not catching HIV which I think would be more realistic.
I didn't even finsh this book because it was such a hard listen. The narrators voice is fine, but the story itself was just too miserable. Karmisha showed the most promise and I just wanted her to find a way out of harlem. And the idea that a child can inherit the devil qualities of his father without living in that enviorment is extremly questionable. In all I really hated this book.
Yes, it was like a really good African American version of Dallas.
Uncle Sug, a lot of gangsta there.
The Mom, she seems like a lot of funny after a few cocktails.
I have read a lot of audiobooks and Catching Fire ranks in the top 10.
I think divergent comes close, but catching fire is better written.
No I have not listened to her other preformances
Catching Fire made me laugh, cry and everything in between.
Katiness is a very complicated person, but she lives in a complicated time. Which makes she the perfect symbol of rebillion. Catching Fire is her growth book and your feelings for her grow as well. In The Hunger games she was a child, in Catching Fire she is a force to reckon with and you can understand President Snow's fear of her and the change she symbolizes.
Rosalyn Landor has a way of make an men of the historical period as either arrogant or a dandy. It's really a great gift.
No sometimes I had to step away in the beginning becasue it was slow. By the 2nd half of the book it picks up nicely.
10 out of 10, one of the best,
I have listened to other books from the narrator's, but this one was the best they really did there thing in this book.
Momma Knows Best, Becasue the Mom was all over this book and she wasn't backing down from anybody. Not even LC.
Carl Weber, I love this family and I can't wait for the next book. Thank you for helping get through work with your amazing books.
Yes, overall it was a good story and will narrorated
Murderville is better, but this is okay.
Carter, Mecca, and Zyir killing Matee
Miamor, it was really nice to hear her back story.
Like my title says I don't know whether to be happy about the Cartel 3 or mad at the ending of the Cartel 2 . I feel like the story ended specifically so we can spend our money on the Cartel 3 to see how it really ends. While a smart move on the authors part, I still feel lied too.
The narration was horrible, which is odd since I usually like Patricia R Floyd. Her male voices are horrible and she made Nick sound overbearing and stiff.
I would have cast Shari Peele. She did Love in Play and that was great.
It's like Zuri Day used these big extra words that I just thought was not needed to make a point or describe a scene. And Patricia Floyd made all the characters except Nan and Joy, come off conceited like Angelica.
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