This is honestly one of the first books by Heather Graham that I did not like. Plus, I usually love Luke Daniels as a narrator but this was not up to his usual standards.The storyline was weak as were it's characters.
She could've made some the characters a bit more serious.
It did. But overall was not thrilled with the narration.
I feel like this was a waste of a credit.
The setting and the dog.
Not really. Earlier Krewe books are better.
Some of the male voices weren't up to par and I know he's better than that.
Ms. Graham needs to end this series and start work on her McCafferty and Quinn books.
Luke Daniels' interpretation of all the characters was spot on.
Any scene with Oberon. I want a dog like him.
Everything. I've listened to a lot of books by Luke Daniels and he never disappoints. He really brought these characters to life.
Towards the end when Atticus finds out Hal and Oberon were kidnapped by the witches.
Great book! I bought the second one in this series and hope it's just as good. There were moments where I was literally laughing out loud. Just what I needed.
Not really. I would recommend one of the earlier Krewe of Hunter books. Unfortunately, there was no chemistry between the two leads in this book. Plus, the killer in these books are becoming more and more predictable.
I've read almost all of Heather Graham's books.
Always love Luke Daniels.
No follow up book needed.
I think it's time for Ms. Graham to disband the krewe of hunters and get working on the next book for the Quinn and Cafferty series.
Middle of the range. It was good, entertaining, but I've definitely listened to better by Ms. Garwood.
Cordelia - she was head strong without being stupid.
I like Tanya Eby and she did a decent job. The Australian accents could have been better, but overall, it wasn't bad.
The beginning of the book with her father was very well written and touching.
Not a bad book. If you've read a lot of Ms. Garwood's books, then you'll know this isn't like her historical romance novels, which will always be my favorite genre by her. This storyline was better than the one for Sophie. Murder List, however, will be the best of this trilogy.
Yes, the characters are very engaging and the narrator was really good.
Ash -- I thought his character was the most realistic.
Lila - she did a really good job of bringing her to life.
Overall, the book was really good. She kind of lost me at the end and Lila's character became really annoying. Almost wanted to stop listening (not giving anything away). But it was worth sitting through to get to the end.
First of all, I'm not done with the book, but so far, it's pretty good. I have one complaint though, if Ms.Graham is going to use characters from other books, she needs to remember their relationship to each other. I read all 3 Bone Island trilogy books and David and Liam Beckett are cousins NOT brothers as she has them in this book. Also, in the book she refers to O'Hara's as O'Briens a couple of times. Sorry, a bit annoying.
Normally love Heather Graham. The Cafferty & Quinn series is great, as well as the Krew of Hunters. But this book is awful.
Yes, I would.
Male voices sucked.
Kelsey, absolutely annoying. Strong women are great, but she was just stupid.
Yeah, skip this book. I couldn't get past chapter 3.
A better story line.
I love Heather Grhaam's books and have read many of them. I just finished the 2nd book in the Cafferty & Quinn series and loved it. This one, however, was just boring.
None. I couldn't connect to any of the characters. Found them all to be boring or annoying. If anything, the best part of this book is the fact the narrator was good.
Disappointment. Ms. Graham's books are usually well written.
Yeah, skip this one. Not worth the credit.
Best - Mark. Least - Alessande. She was one of the most annoying characters.
I've listened to many books by Heather Graham and read even more. This book is probably one of my least favorites.
Kind of bland.
If you're really bored check it out. It will hold your interest but just not one of Heather Graham's best books.
Not quite finished with it but so glad I've read all the other Krewe of Hunters books. Also, I'm glad Jackson and Angela's character's developed more in other story lines because this one isn't the best.
I've read nearly all of her books. Surprised I hadn't read this one yet, although glad I didn't.
It's ok. Much prefer Luke Daniels. Since he's the one I've listened to the most I was left a bit disappointed listening to Mr. Cummings.
Better chemistry between the two leads.
If this is your first read for Heather Graham, don't let it deter you. Her other books are great. Give them a chance.
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