This is a satisfying sequel to the first book. I really enjoyed the dialog and interaction between characters. Oberon really shines, and I'm really looking forward to what ever his fascination will be in the next book. My only real complaint is that there is not enough Laksha (spelling? I listened to it in audio form and Luke Daniels does awesome narration.) There is also not enough epilogue really, in fact the epilogue that it does have feels like it should of been done in book one, which is pretty much what Atticus says. I'm really looking forward to the next book I mean really really looking forward to it. Also poor Atticus, none of the women in his life just want him for himself, they all want his power. I wonder how he's going to get his left ear back in the next book. I also hope he gets more attention from the cops I love how he deals with them. Plus more screen time for his new employee would be good as well.
I'll be honest John Glover does a fantastic job narrating the book, he's a thousand times better than when James started the series in Storm Front, and in my opinion he does a better job than James did in Changes as well. Don't listen to the 'omg it isn't James!' reactionists John does a fantastic job and I'd not mind him narrating the rest of the series.
Okay folks so it's not James Marsters but it's not the end of the world. John does a good job and seems to be really into the reading. Well see how he does with the rest of the book but I think it's pretty good. My only hope is that Nicodemus shows up so we can hear him in Johns voice.
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