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Not sure what I expected with this book. I selfishly bought it because Todd Haberkorn is my number one favorite male voice of all time and I wanted to see what he sounded like in the audio book arena. He did not disappoint. I'm fairly stuck on voices and I can pick his out anywhere I hear it. It is that memorable. But this story is also good as well. It shows how easily good intent can be twisted. And how easily religion can be used for evil. The characters fairly developed and likeable. The ending was a surprise too. Didn't see that one coming at all.
Loved the different type of plot. I had read the other two books of this series and just had to find out how it all ended. It didn't disappoint. I couldn't put it down until the last word. The ending was unexpected too. But I liked it and would recommend it.
Story's concept was a great departure from the usual. I really liked this. But the story altogether was not so good. It did have a few great parts, but it just didn't flow too well. Toward the end of the book the action jumped so much from chapter to chapter, I kept rewinding to see if I accidentally missed something. Nope, the author just decided to jump ahead to someplace else. The romance was pretty good though.
While not going to spoil the book for those who haven't listened, this was kind of a departure from the norm. It was different and pleasant. There are some surprising new characters in the story. Mercy's reactions to them were hilarious. I like this book and wish the next installment wouldn't take so long to come out.
Not very good. Failed to carry the story thru in several places. Not a good fantasy book. Not a good romance book. Not a good fairy tale. So what the fairy flip was that? I struggled thru but it was so slow. I was ready to ditch by the 2nd chapter.
I had no ideal I would be lost, if I didn't buy the first book. So I have to get it before I can honestly decide whether this is good or not. The narrator's voice is so squeaky, I'm not sure I can stand it. At first I thought I was listening to a teenage boy whose voice was changing, but no I think that a girl, just a really, really nasal and squeaky voice. This one may be going back . . .
This series is running out of steam. This one wasn't so good. I guess the storyline is hard to stretch or something. I think the narrator's okay, but the get up and go has got up and went.
Not what I thought or expected. I might stick it out through the two sequels, I might not. Not sure. The story line was a bit disturbing, but Nick Podehl is a great narrator.
Great book! I fully recommend. Not like anything out there. And that's why its so cool and interesting. Brandon always delivers. Well thought out and I'll be waiting for the next one, if there is one.
The last one, Jane was so weak and out of the norm, I thought I'd never get another book. I don't listen because Jane is a crybaby, I listen because Jane kicks butt and laughs about it. All the sniveling last book just wasn't the character I'd grown to love. But, I'm glad I did. Jane was more like herself this time. Back to being the femme fatal I like to read about. Hooray!
I missed really missed that line Gin says about someone "needed to get dead in a hurry". I don't recall that in this book. But it always makes me laugh in the other ones. The voice actress has the perfect accent for the characters in the book. I know many people who have that accent, so it is very believable. And reminds me of people I know. After seeing how choppy and strange a great audio book series becomes when the author suddenly decides to switches narrators, I'd definitely quit reading this if Lauren Fortgang wasn't reading it anymore. To date I've quit buying two series because I couldn't stand the switch.
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