As always, Susan Ericksen's narration is the best. I have listened to all the novels and I can't imagine any other voices for the characters.
The twist that I never saw coming.
The scene in restaurant
Yes- and I did (almost). It kept me up til the wee hours.
I actually waited for the audio version despite the very long wait for it and have not read the print version.
I always enjoy James Marsters narrations- with some minor caveats. There were a couple of mispronunciations in the book that really bothered me. He handles the multiple voices very well otherwise.
I loved the non-stop action and character development. No one plots action as well as Karen Chance.
I would compare this to the other Midnight's Daughter books and the Cassie Palmer series.
I loved the scene when Ray and Dory go shopping for "supplies" for the fae. Laugh out loud funny.
I think it has to be the final scene between Louis-Cesar and Dory.
It has taken me a while to get used to Joyce Bean's narration of this series, particularly the voice of Mircea, as well as other male voices. The exception is the voice of Ray, which I think she gets just right.
A return to the more adventure based story that I like most in this series
The adventure and learning something about a part of history that I knew nothing about and Laurie King's descriptive prose.
Have listened to all the audio books narrated by Jenny Sterlin in the Holmes- Russell novels. Robert Ian MacKenzie is new to me, and I didn't quite see the point of going to a dual voice production. That being said, I found his voice nicely nuanced and resonant. I don't usually care much for multi-voice but Garment of Shadows was well done.
Yes, and I almost did!
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