No. The series is done, should not be revived. Let it go.
All of it...
Yes, never read this series again.
Save your credit, friends! Read something new and let this worn out series go.
I liked the simple recap of the Sookie stories.
As I said, it's all a recap.
I love Sookie. Her stories make me happy.
The narration was poor. The narrator was okay, but the volume went up and down, started and stopped, like there was a lot of background static.
Just not have written it. Sorry, Ted.
Kind of irritated that I wasted a credit.
I really think this is one of my favorite books of all time. I have had it for quite a while, and I often go back to it to listen again. This story drew me in like no other has (except maybe Stephen King's The Cell or Mark Tufo's Spirit Clearing). I am very familiar with the setting of this story, and have stayed in both the West Baden and the French Licks hotels long before finding this novel. I always thought Pluto was a haunting creature, and you can feel the spirits among you.
Eric - He is totally convinced he knows what he is doing, and he forges through in spite of all the elements against him.
I loved the scene where the little old lady is taken captive. She's quit spunky.
Yes, but it was way too long to listen in one sitting.
Get it. If you like entertaining, spiritual and supernatural elements, you will love it.
I would, because it keeps you guessing the whole time. I found myself always braced for something horrible to happen to Abigail.
The main character's teenage rebellion.
Yes, I like Molly Harper and her entertaining twist.
The "car boobs" incident.
Probably not. My "internal voice" isn't as entertaining as Ananda Ronconi's.
I would. I adore Mike Talbot, and I find the narrator to be completely enthralling.
Mike Talbot. You must read this. It is entertaining from start to finish. I can think of no boring or slow parts through the whole book.
Mike Talbot. I absolutely love his attitude.
I have no idea what could improve this book. The characters are engaging, but the series has gone on far too long. End it already and call it good.
No of this genre, but deffinately of this author.
Sadly, all of it.
Don't waste a credit on this.
Haven't read the print version, though I imagin the audio version would be better.
I have read everything Molly Harper has written. They are all really happy, uplifting, and free spirited.
She has an excellent voice, beautiful cadence.
The doctor that needed to disprove the priest was telling the truth.
The voice changes for each character.
Neither laugh or cry, though I did enjoy it very much.
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