I've been looking forward to this book. I agree with other who said it was dumb downed. I feel like parts were missed, that I had somehow missed something in book 2. If there is a #4 I won't be reading it.
Did a great job of explaining, completed the circle
The last book had that horrible scene with killing the cats and then in this book his JOY that the cat maybe dead.
I find any animal hater lacking.
I felt that the narrator read the book fast. It was as if she was in a race to get to the end.
I enjoyed the story. Well developed characters.
Is it just me or does James Marsters sound different from all his other readings?
Keep waiting for something to happen. It never did.
I don't think so, he seems to be fading
Yes. Love the humor
All of them The interaction between the characters is wonderful.
Yes. Hated to have to put it down.
I've read the reviews that say skip this one and wait for #6. I don't agree. Well worth the credit. Looking forward to #6
So So. But it's been a while since I've heard a good book. Seems as if they are just putting out books just to have one out.
Yes I'll continue to follow this series. Maybe this is a transition story and the next will develop new twists. Al and the children, Rachael not so much of a wimp. Jinx and the fairy. Will be interesting to see.
Any character covered by Marguerite Gavin
No I had to take breaks. Rachael's sheer stupidity made me nuts.
Will get the next and see if it is any better. If the same it will be the death of a good series
Loved this and the others. Not sure what order they are to be read. Seems to be parts missing from one book to the next.
The worst so far. Written like a grammer instructer. Not even close to the way people actually speak. Hate the narrator her breathlessness is truely horendess. Save your credits. Won't be listening to any thing else from this auther or narrator. This is the first time I've taken the time to write a review, but felt you should be warned.
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