This book made me love werewolve stories again. Kelley Armstrong always does a wonderful job telling a story and endearing you to the characters. This narrator gives each character a disticnt and appropriate voice and is very well read. I've read this book prior to listening and found that this listen is worth the credit.
The story is very good and well written. However, the narrator leaves something to be desired. Clayton doesn't sound southern at all. Jeremy sounds old and dull instead of intelligent but reserved. The 4 stars are for the wonderful story, sadly I would give the narrator a 2.
Worth a listen for those are looking for an introduction to this genre.
The story moves along nicely and there are some twist that make it even more interesting.
The story seemed very interesting and a appealing premise for a book. However...the story takes for to long to get going and by the time I was halfway throught the audiobook I didn't really care what happened to any of the charaters. I did not finish the story simply because a connection was not made for the characters.
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