Yes I will at some stage.. I am sure I will listen to most if not all of this series again.. The characters have become like family to me and the action is compelling!
This addition to the series was one of the best so far ( I'm up to book 28). It was the depth of the crime, the impact it had on the little girl nixie and most of all the way she affected Eve, Roarke and Somerset. I love the fact that we got to see more of Eve and Roarke's true feelings and hidden wounds. There were also some really humorous moments as they floundered with the concept of looking after a child, not to mention some really deep, painful and poignant emotional moments for them all. This one is a winner but of course you need to read at the very least books 1 to 4 to form an understanding and bond with the people in the series. Also, the narrator is in the top two of the many I have heard. . I cannot fathom how she consistently pulls off so many different voices! It really is like listening to a cast of actors. . The men actually sound like men, Roarke's Irish accent makes me melt.. and the other characters both male and female all sound unique. Amazing..
I cant recall off the top of my head as I am about 8 books further along in the series now..
I did both at various points in the book.. it really pulled at all types of feelings.
This is the first book/series that I have reviewed yet I have read and listened to over 200 books in the last year alone. . Ive enjoyed most of them and I have enjoyed many kinds of series in diverse genres, yet I have to say that this series is one of the best. Go get book one and be drawn into the drama, grit and heart of the 'in death' world.
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