Jace is a special FBI agent who is recruited by the authorities of a parallel universe to hunt and capture a sociopathic serial killer. In this new parallel world humans make up the minority of the population, with the majority consisting of vamps, weres and gollums. As mental illness is almost exclusively a human condition, this world finds itself ill equipped to deal with the problem of a human serial killer targeting the other races. Jace, a specialist in this field, has been recruited from earth and cannot return until the killer is caught.
This was a great read with equal amounts of action and fantasy and just a dash of romance. Jace is a witty 'bad ass' heroine who kept my interest in her story right through out. The narrator did a decent job and there were no annoying distractions or odd quirks which detracted from the story. All in all it was a good audio and, as the second book in the series has been published in book form for a while now, hopefully the series will continue in audio soon.
The book had promise until the heroine starts to mourn her lost youth because she's pushing 30 (paranoid narcissist much?) and tells the hero (who has a remarkable amount in common with Sookie Stackhouse's hero, Eric) that, at 25, he's aged well. Please!!! was this author pre-pubescent when writing this? In what universe is a 30 year old considered an aging hag?
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