Yes, I think this is better than the print version because the narrator brings, life to the characters through her voice
The best part of the story is the fact that it isn't Kate and it is still a great story. I love the character Kate Daniels because she is kick butt, and this showcases the fact that Andrea is kick butt also. I have never read a series where the co stars could be a star on their own like this series. Gunmetal Magic proves that a secondary character can be a primary character and the primary can move to a secondary role.
The narrator helped me imagine exactly what was going on in the whole entire book. She made it easy to imagine that you are right there experiencing the drama.
Lots of movement and action
If you are a fan of Kate Daniels and are upset she isn't the lead in this book don't be upset because this book is just as good as a Kate book.
Yes, I would recommend this book to a friend because this book was funny and entertaining. The female lead was sassy and sarcastic which is how all of my friends are so they would really enjoy this character. Though I wouldn't recommend this book to a friend that was conservative this book is Not for the faint of heart.
I like that the female lead was independent and courageous.
The narrations pace was good, but the narrators male voices weren't really distinct. The story makes you overlook that fact.
I wanted to listen to this book in one sitting and took every free chance I could to listen to this book.
For a first book in a series this was a really good start. I will be reading the next book as soon as possible.
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