I loved the interaction between Cork and his son Stephen
Stephen was my favorite character because you get to follow him as he develops from an awkward pre-teen to a sensitive, dedicated teenage son and brother.
This book kept me engaged and on the edge of my seat all the way through to the end of the book. There were unusual twists that were handled nicely.
I have read (and listened to) several Corcoran O'Conner books. I have not been disappointed yet and I thoroughly enjoy the informative look into reservation life and Ojibwa traditions and heritage.
I have not read the print version of Hounded but I am enjoying the different accents managed by Luke Daniels. I especially enjoy the voice of Oberon, the Irish Wolfhound!
I haven't finished the book but I am especially fond of Oberon, the Irish Wolfhound
Not a book I would recommend. Too much techno-talk. Very disconnected and does not flow.
Don't stop reading
My favorite character was Minnie. She proved to be a very resilient person in spite of the very real danger to herself and her family.
Yes, it was time well-spent. I was driving on a 5-6 hour trip and it kept me entertained for the trip down and back.
Yes, I just downloaded the third book in the series
She was very easy to listen too. She managed the different voices with ease.
Definitely. I did see the movie tied in to book 1 and I would go to see this one in movie format too.
A slow start but stay with it. The arena experience is satisfying and now I am enticed to read the final book in the series.
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