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  • Moon Called: Mercy Thompson, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Patricia Briggs
    • Narrated By Lorelei King
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (3662)
    Performance
    (2254)
    Story
    (2261)

    Mercy Thompson's life is not exactly normal. Her next-door neighbor is a werewolf. Her former boss is a gremlin. And she's fixing a VW bus for a vampire. But then, Mercy isn't exactly normal herself.

    Susan says: "I love this series.."
    "I took a chance and it paid off!"
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    Recently, Audible had a "buy a first book in a series" for a ridiculously low amount. So, I took a chance on "Moon Called" by Patricia Briggs. Having never read any of her books, I didn't have any expectations and considered this an experiment. However, this book drew me in with its well-written and fleshed-out characters, plot line and humor. Ms. Briggs has the ability to let you know what her characters are feeling, without resorting to curse words overly much -something that is very noticeable in an audio book. I enjoyed her use of the lamb (read the book if you want to know what that means!) Ms. King did a marvelous job narrating the book. Her voices fit the characters, which always adds to the listening experience.

    Needless to say, I have already purchased and listened to the second book in the series (Blood Bound) which was also very enjoyable. I highly recommend both these books and cannot wait to read the rest of the series!

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  • Night Broken: Mercy Thompson, Book 8

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Patricia Briggs
    • Narrated By Lorelei King
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (1029)
    Performance
    (959)
    Story
    (959)

    An unexpected phone call heralds a new challenge for Mercy. Her mate Adam’s ex-wife is in trouble, on the run from a stalker. Adam isn’t the kind of man to turn away a person in need—and Mercy knows it. But with Christy holed up in Adam’s house, Mercy can’t shake the feeling that something about the situation isn’t right. Soon her suspicions are confirmed when she learns that Christy has the furthest thing from good intentions. She wants Adam back, and she’s willing to do whatever it takes to get him, including turning Adam’s pack against Mercy.

    Hassan says: "Good Addition!!"
    "This series just keeps getting better!"
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    Where does Night Broken rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    Night Broken ranks in the top five books books I've listened to since discovering Audible. Imagine your husband's first wife coming to live with you because she has a stalker. Imagine that your husband's friends still like the ex-wife better than you. Imagine discovering a new relative. On top of all this, imagine a new and deadly enemy who cannot wait to take your life.


    What did you like best about this story?

    Patricia Briggs has kept this series alive with new and fabulous storylines and fresh ways of telling her stories. I never feel like she is retelling a story. This book has new characters, and some supporting characters are fleshed-out in greater detail. I couldn't put the book down. I wanted to keep reading to see what happens next. I wanted to slap the ex-wife in the face. I wanted to pat Mercy on the back for caring so much about the feelings of her step-daughter. I loved the ending of the book...and the middle...and the beginning. All of the story moved quickly and was well written.


    What about Lorelei King’s performance did you like?

    She is consistent with the voices and is good at using her voice to keep the story moving quickly and dramatically.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    When Mercy and Adam have quiet time together...thinking it may be the last time they will ever see each other. This was very moving.


    Any additional comments?

    This series is golden. I strongly recommend it. Start with book one and read/listen to the entire series. You won't be sorry!

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Kitty Goes to War: Kitty Norville, Book 8

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Carrie Vaughn
    • Narrated By Marguerite Gavin
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (563)
    Performance
    (321)
    Story
    (317)

    Kitty Norville, Alpha werewolf and host of The Midnight Hour, a radio call-in show, is contacted by a friend at the NIH's Center for the Study of Paranatural Biology. Three Army soldiers recently returned from the war in Afghanistan are being held at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs. They're killer werewolves - and post-traumatic stress has left them unable to control their shape-shifting and unable to interact with people. Kitty agrees to see them, hoping to help by bringing them into her pack.

    Jan says: "Kitty Being An Alpha"
    "The best book yet!"
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    What made the experience of listening to Kitty Goes to War the most enjoyable?

    I just realized that Kitty's pack has been very discontented to this point. Considering what they faced, their reaction was normal. However, in this book we get to see the pack working together as a team. We also get to see and experience a full-moon romp from the werewolves' perspective. This was great and I enjoyed all of this action very much. But that isn't the best part. Cormac is back. I won't say more than that, but I love him and his role in this book is very interesting.


    What other book might you compare Kitty Goes to War to and why?

    I always compare books about weres to other were series. It is interesting to see how Kitty's pack stacks up next to the packs in the Kate Daniel's series (by Ilona Andrews) and the Mercy Thompson's series (by Patricia Briggs). Kitty ranks just behind the other two series...which is great since they are my very favorite series on werewolves.


    Which scene was your favorite?

    Probably when Ben shows some jealousy toward time Kitty spends with Cormac. I'm very glad there is no temptation on Kitty's part (or Cormac's part) to be unfaithful to Ben. Anyway, this scene is cleverly written - and again it is from the werewolf point-of-view.


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    I didn't cry, although a few sad things do happen. I did giggle quite a few times - Kitty just has a way of getting in trouble!


    Any additional comments?

    I have already purchased the next book and look forward to reading it...right now!

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Duck the Halls: A Meg Langslow Mystery, Book 16

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 17 mins)
    • By Donna Andrews
    • Narrated By Bernadette Dunne
    Overall
    (27)
    Performance
    (21)
    Story
    (22)

    A few nights before Christmas, Meg is awakened when Michael is summoned to the New Life Baptist Church, where someone has rigged a cage full of skunks in the choir loft. The lengthy process of de-skunking the church requires its annual pre-Christmas concert to relocate to Trinity Episcopal, despite the protests of Mr. Vess, an elderly vestryman.

    Kathy says: "This will put you in the mood for Christmas!"
    "This will put you in the mood for Christmas!"
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    Would you listen to Duck the Halls again? Why?

    I have already started my second listen through this book. It is an entertaining, "feel-good" story that shows the entire community coming together to help one another when pranks first start hitting the various churches and temples in the town. This is not a preachy story - it is a feel good story that restores your faith in human kind in an idealized American community. I am decorating the office for Halloween right now, but really want to sing Christmas carols because of this lovely story.


    What other book might you compare Duck the Halls to and why?

    Six Geese A Slaying by Ms. Andrews. Another Christmas story in the same small town. They remind me of each other because of the romance between Meg and her wonderful husband, Michael. Duck the Halls may be a more relaxing read because the action isn't quite so frenetic as the action in "Six Geese". Both stories are quite fun to read. Their young twin boys are toddlers and they have cute cameos throughout the book, but they do not take over the story. Quite delightful.


    Have you listened to any of Bernadette Dunne’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    Ms. Dunne's narration is acceptable. She is consistent with her voices and is easy to follow. Ms. Dunne read brother Rob as a "Valley Boy" type character in former stories in this series. In this book she reads him with a normal voice, which is much better.


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    I did laugh...no tears...but mostly I just felt good as I listened to this book. If you like feel good stories, I bet you'll like this one.


    Any additional comments?

    Thank you Donna Andrews for another wonderful story. I look forward to your next book and plan on listening to this one as I prepare for the Christmas season.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Magic Rises

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By Ilona Andrews
    • Narrated By Renee Raudman
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (776)
    Performance
    (707)
    Story
    (713)

    Mercenary Kate Daniels and her mate, Curran, the Beast Lord, are struggling to solve a heartbreaking crisis. Unable to control their beasts, many of the Pack’s shape-shifting children fail to survive to adulthood. While there is a medicine that can help, the secret to its making is closely guarded by the European packs, and there’s little available in Atlanta. Kate can’t bear to watch innocents suffer, but the solution she and Curran have found threatens to be even more painful. The European shape-shifters who once outmaneuvered the Beast Lord have asked him to arbitrate a dispute - and they’ll pay him in medicine.

    Vinity says: "Wow!"
    "You MUST read this book!"
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    Where does Magic Rises rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    Magic Rises ranks in the top five of all the books I've ever read and definitely one of the top three that I've listened to.


    What other book might you compare Magic Rises to and why?

    I cannot remember the title, but Jim Butcher's Alera Codex series has a book that takes place on the sea. The similarity is not so much that they both have traveling by boat in the story, but the fact that they both expand the world in each particular series. All former books in this series have been brilliantly written to take place in Atlanta, Georgia. This book actually makes the world around them into a character. We learn how the magic fluctuations have affected Old World nations differently from cities in the USA. Also in common with Alera Codex, this book has a group of warriors going abroad to find help for a problem they have at home. They are willing to risk their lives in this venture, but know that they must do everything they can to succeed so that the situation at home can, hopefully, be repaired.


    Which character – as performed by Renee Raudman – was your favorite?

    I've always said Kate, because she is my favorite character in the series. But Aunt Bea is a very likable, yet intimidating woman who makes grown men hide when they know she is near. I love the interplay between Aunt Bea and anyone else. Additionally, the interplay between Kate and Barabas is too funny for words. Throughout the entirety of his presence in the series I always get at least a smile when they interact, if not a fully belly laugh. Renee is great with all the voices, but Bea and Barabas are my favorites in this particular book.

    I also thank Recorded Books for bringing Renee back to read the book for us. She owns these characters and is an astounding vocal actress. Besides doing great voices, she acts out the words rather than reads them. The vocal dynamics and amazing plot work together to create an unforgettable adventure.


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    Yes, but I couldn't because of work. When the next book in the series comes out, I hope to be able to plan a vacation day so that I can take time to enjoy the book in one sitting.


    Any additional comments?

    This book is action-packed, with many surprises. It also has some amazing character development and relationship building that is very well handled and adds to the story/plot line. Having said that, please be assured that this book moves FAST. The authors have proven to be skilled, even elegant writers and brilliant storytellers. If you have not read anything in this series, I highly recommend that you get book one and start from the beginning. This book is written in such a way that you can read it without reading the rest of the books first, but you will enjoy it so much more if you start from the beginning. Thanks again for an excellent read.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • The Hen of the Baskervilles: A Meg Langslow Mystery, Book 15

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs)
    • By Donna Andrews
    • Narrated By Bernadette Dunne
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (28)
    Performance
    (26)
    Story
    (26)

    Molly is terrified that she may lose her farm because her idle husband has left her for a rich hobby winemaker and is demanding his half of the land. Meg enlists Mother's help to find Molly a divorce lawyer, which Mother is all the more willing to do because the unfaithful husband's new girlfriend is the bete noire of the wine pavilion. She is so universally disliked that Meg begins to worry about her safety. But it's the unfaithful husband whose murdered body she and Michael find that night.

    Kathy says: "A Cluck of a Story - Get It"
    "A Cluck of a Story - Get It"
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    Would you listen to The Hen of the Baskervilles again? Why?

    I listened to the book twice already. Yes, I will listen again. I am an invested reader having read all 15 books in the series. I feel like it is reunion time when July rolls around and I get to read about Meg's latest adventures and catch up on all the family gossip.


    What other book might you compare The Hen of the Baskervilles to and why?

    Revenge of the Wrought-Iron Flamingos - another book from this series. Why? Because it takes place in a similar venue. Meg is dealing with unhappy vendors, theft and the like. The stories are different, but both are quite enjoyable.


    Did the narration match the pace of the story?

    I've gotten used to listening to books with the greatest readers ever. I'm sorry but Bernadette Dunne isn't one of them. This may be in part due to the fact that I read most of the 15 books before finding any of the series on Audible. I had a clear definition of what I expected the people to sound like. Unfortunately, some of them are way off the mark. The voice for Meg is good. I will say the Ms. Dunne neither adds to or detracts from my enjoyment of the story.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    This question isn't really appropriate to the story. Meg and her family are very upbeat and this story has a murder, of course, but nothing that "moved me". I will say that there is one character in the story that I intensely dislike. This person is a creep. Will this person get what he/she seems to deserve? Read the book to find out - I don't want to spoil the story for any of you.


    Any additional comments?

    If I had it to do over, I think I'd read the book before listening, just to see if there is a difference in the way I perceive the story. I love that absent family members were mentioned and their absence from the story was successfully explained away. So successfully that I hope Ms. Andrews' next book will tell us how things turn out for her grandfather in his latest adventure. I would also love to see more interaction between Meg and her twins. Meg was very busy in this story as the fair organizer in this story so she had to delegate most of her motherly duties to daddy and the rest of the family. I hope to see some moments between Meg and her children in future stories where Meg is able to just be in the moment with the boys and enjoy their company.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • A Reckless Witch

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 29 mins)
    • By Debora Geary
    • Narrated By Martha Harmon Pardee
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (266)
    Performance
    (245)
    Story
    (246)

    With great power comes great responsibility. So says the tradition of witching. One teenage witch missed that lesson.... As a child, Sierra Brighton traveled the world. She swam with the baby whales, danced in storm funnels, and lived in complete magical freedom. And then Momma died and Sierra ended up in foster care, an unhappy and very secret witch.

    Fetched by Nell's spell, she'll no longer need to do magic on lonely beaches - but can Sierra learn to use her power safely? Or will her reckless blood put Witch Central at risk?

    Kathy says: "Orphaned Witch Needs a New Home"
    "Orphaned Witch Needs a New Home"
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    If you could sum up A Reckless Witch in three words, what would they be?

    Heartbreaking - Hopeful - Loving


    What was one of the most memorable moments of A Reckless Witch?

    We are back in America and meet Sierra Brighton, an orphaned teenager who uses her magical powers to dance with the ocean - yes, the water itself. Ms. Geary pulled me into the scene (and the book) with her wonderful writing. I felt like I was there with Sierra enjoying the freedom and happiness of this magical dance. This is especially noteworthy since I cannot swim - what a wonderful "experience" for me! Thanks also to Ms. Pardee for another outstanding narration!


    Which character – as performed by Martha Harmon Pardee – was your favorite?

    Sierra is a very sympathetic orphan who is the perfect mix of tough-as-nails versus broken little girl character. Ms. Geary did a fabulous job developing her for this story. The three twin girls work lovingly with Sierra and I enjoyed these scenes very much. Aervyn still owns my heart. When he grows up, I want to marry him.


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    Yes, in fact I did listen to this book until its completion at 1 am in the morning - on a work night.


    Any additional comments?

    The book is about a young girl who loses her mother and has to hide her witchy talents while being placed in various foster care homes for six years. It is a lonely existence, but she seems to fair better than most in this system. However, she is about to turn 18 and will be kicked out of foster care at that time. Nell's wonderful witch-finder spell finds Sierra in the nick of time and that is where the magic truly begins. While there is much laughter and happiness in this story, it also had some heart-rending moments to it. (Not bad enough to make me cry though.) The story also has some world-wide implications which were a pleasant, yet well thought-out surprise. Well done, Ms. Geary! There is a bonus feature to this book - A Witch Central Wedding was added to the end in it's entirety. It is an item that you pay for separately on Amazon, so I was thrilled to get this little bonus here. Thank you very much for that little present.Lastly, when I looked on Amazon to get Sierra's last name (Brighton), I was pleasantly surprised to see that there are more books in this series that are not available on Audible. So if you enjoy this series as much as I do, please look for the rest of the series there. Audible, PLEASE bring the rest of the audio books in this series to your offerings. I'd really enjoy being able to hear them narrated as well as reading them on my Kindle. Thank you!

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • A Hidden Witch: A Modern Witch Series, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By Debora Geary
    • Narrated By Martha Harmon Pardee
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (408)
    Performance
    (360)
    Story
    (366)

    Elorie Shaw, steeped in the traditions of the Nova Scotia witching community, but not a witch. The fetching spell must have goofed this time... or did it? Travel to Fisher's Cove, Nova Scotia, where Moira is matriarch and the old ways are nurtured and passed to the next generation. Where a crotchety old witch makes small children cry and builds walls around the silent pain in his heart. And where Elorie - sea-glass artist, inn owner, and Moira's granddaughter - makes her home.

    Seppo says: "Is such thing possible as too much TLC?"
    "The Internet meets Magic!"
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    This book was quite interesting, although I found it took a little longer to get into this book than it did book one of the series. Why? We move from Chicago and California to Fisher's Cove in Nova Scotia to meet an entirely new clan of witches. Once all the introductions were made, and many of our favorites from book one arrive in Nova Scotia, things got rolling along nicely.

    I identified with Elorie Shaw, the main character in this story, who is an artisan who makes jewelry from pieces of glass along the beaches of Fisher's Cove. That is about all you learn about Nova Scotia, unfortunately. The story is really people-based, and you don't learn much about the place other than the fact that witches and humans co-exist gracefully in this lovely place. This is not a criticism, just an observation.

    Ms. Geary writes a story about a new kind of witchcraft, which fits the modern day world very well. Ms. Pardee continues her stellar job of narrating all the people in this story, including a grumpy gentleman who may be hiding a heart of gold. The byplay between this man and Aervyn is absolutely delightful.

    Again, this book is recommended for all ages, young adult on up. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • A Modern Witch: A Modern Witch, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Debora Geary
    • Narrated By Martha Harmon Pardee
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (717)
    Performance
    (650)
    Story
    (666)

    Lauren is downtown Chicago's youngest elite realtor. She's also a witch. She must be - the fetching spell for Witches' Chat isn't supposed to make mistakes. So says the woman who coded the spell, at least. The tall, dark, and handsome guy sent to assess her is a witch too (and no, that doesn't end the way you might think). What he finds in Lauren will change lives, mess with a perfectly good career, and require lots of ice cream therapy.

    Paige says: "I'm not baby crazy enough for this"
    "I dare you to read this book without smiling!"
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    If you could sum up A Modern Witch in three words, what would they be?

    Family - Magic - FUN!


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    Nell is central to this story and very enjoyable. However, I vote for Aervyn, a four-year old witch-child. He completely steals the show and won my heart immediately. What do they tell actors, "don't work with children or animals"? Well, same goes for this story, the children are bright stars in this book. In fact, all the characters are wonderful.


    What does Martha Harmon Pardee bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    She brings a smile in her voice which is delightful. She handles the children perfectly. Her voice is mellow and I could listen to her all day long - in fact, I did!


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    When Lauren realizes that her best-friend's future happiness may best be served by someone other than herself. It is a selfless, honest realization that can only be made by a true friend. A warmhearted story that is well written and beautifully narrated.


    Any additional comments?

    This story grabbed me from the beginning. It is a cleverly written and happy story. I highly recommend this book for all age groups - young adult on up.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • To Have and To Code: A Witch Central Romance

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Debora Geary
    • Narrated By Martha Harmon Pardee
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (180)
    Performance
    (162)
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    (165)

    Nell Sullivan is fiery, easily distracted by cookies, and doomed to wear the peach monstrosity at her best friend's wedding. And she's a witch. Daniel Walker is a former baseball player turned bored hacker looking for a challenge. Hacking Nell's online gaming world is going to get him a lot more than he bargained for. A prophecy says they will make babies together - but when it comes to the love life of a modern witch and a hacker, prophecy might not get a vote.

    Rachel says: "Wonderful series with well developed characters"
    "A Modern Day "Bewitched" Story"
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    What made the experience of listening to To Have and To Code the most enjoyable?

    I read the books in the order they were published. In other words, even though this book is the precursor to books 1 - 3, I read this last and I'm glad I did. There are little gems hidden in this book that you will not appreciate unless you've read the other books first. Don't get me wrong, this book stands on it's own. However, the listening/reading experience is greater if you have read books 1-3 first.

    I love Martha Harmon Pardee's narration. I love the way she can put a smile in her voice that carries through to the listener. She is the perfect narrator for this series.

    The entire series is a lighthearted tale that is a great listen for the beginning of summer. This time of year I desire stories that are clever, yet amusing. This series is a great start to summer and can be recommended for young adults as well as an older "girl" like me who sometimes wants to get away from great epic stories. (I save those for dark dreary winter days!)


    What was one of the most memorable moments of To Have and To Code?

    Lightning and bushes - I won't say more than that!


    Which scene was your favorite?

    Pink glitter - seriously fun stuff!


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

    Yes, Virginia, there really are witches!


    Any additional comments?

    I have been reading some fairly serious stories lately. It was lovely to find this series (which I completed in one-week). It is a lighthearted, fun-filled, family driven story that is full of love, friendship and magic. Additionally, it was a cleverly written, enjoyable series. I'm sorry to say I've read everything that has been written to date about these wonderful witches. I truly hope more stories are forth-coming.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Dead Ever After: A Sookie Stackhouse Novel, Book 13

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Charlaine Harris
    • Narrated By Johanna Parker
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (2449)
    Performance
    (2243)
    Story
    (2245)

    Number-one New York Times best-selling author Charlaine Harris has won numerous awards for her Sookie Stackhouse Southern Vampire series, which has been adapted into the hit HBO show True Blood. In this 13th and final book, a murder rocks the town of Bon Temps and Sookie is arrested for the crime. After making bail, she sets out to clear her name - but her investigation only leads to more deaths.

    k says: "Bitter ending? Cleanse your palate."
    "A Very Satisfying Ending to an Amazing Series!"
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    First, Johanna Parker does an incredible job narrating this wonderful story. I highly recommend the audio versions of this series just for the pleasure listening to Dianatha's speech patterns as portrayed by Ms. Parker. She always makes me laugh out loud.

    Second, I am surprised to see that Audible has listed all the negative reviews before the positive ones. Why not mix them up a bit?

    Third, I am very happy with the way the stories are wrapped up. True, a few "strings" are left hanging, but I hope that means that Ms. Harris may be considering writing other stories based in the Sookieverse, but not including her. A burning question I have that goes completely unanswered - unless I lost concentration and missed it - how did Hunter get his mind-reading abilities?

    Be aware that the Prologue is very dark. The rest of the book lightens up a bit. Without giving away any spoilers I love the way we are weaned away from some characters and toward other characters, which is the way I would expect life to go if supernatural beings inhabited in our universe. There is no way Ms. Harris could write this story and make everyone happy. Even though I think many of the endings are exactly what they need to be, it is still bittersweet. This series takes a very innocent Sookie from her first love with visions of happily ever after, to a woman beaten down by life, betrayal, and the loss of innocence, even though she is able to maintain a modicum of the life-long values she was taught by her Grandmother. At the end of the series Sookie grows into a strong woman who knows her own worth and won't be swayed by the demands of others. Sookie is far from perfect, but aren't we all? But in the end she seems to live by the motto "to thine own self be true". Well done, Ms. Harris and thank you for this.

    I loved the reappearance of many characters in this story. I did not expect or dream of some of the characters that made appearances in this book. Some of the story endings may have been wrapped up too tidily? This is the point that made me rate the story as a 4 instead of a 5. While I love the book and wouldn't change it, I know this made me raise an eyebrow. I can only assume the very critical readers among us are very unhappy about this.

    Finally, thanks Ms. Harris. This series has been worth every minute I have spent on it. As a reader of your Aurora Teegarden series and the ending of this wonderful series, I look forward to whatever you throw our way next. I'm sure it'll be a great treat.

    Excuse me while I re-read the book now...

    3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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