It could very well be that I so love the "Hollow's" series by Kim Harrison that I found myself just a tiny bit disappointed at spots in this book. BUT, Dawn Cook's ability to write characters that you can both love and want to kick in the pants definitely made this an enjoyable story. It may have been better if the cover had not so clearly stated that Dawn Cook and Kim Harrison were one and the same. However I might not have bothered to listen to the book then. The story was entertaining enough that I'll be sure to check out its sequel.
I did not have high expectations for this book since the introduction so clearly stated it was Patricia Briggs first book and it had not sold well. I was so pleasantly surprised to find it be a well written and well rounded story. I HIGHLY recommend this story.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. As a sequel to Masques I really could not have asked for a more engaging and satisfying story. I found it be a wonderful exercise in story telling for both the Author and the Narrator. The lead characters were so alive in my mind as the story unfolded. I highly recommend this book, especially if you have already read the first one.
Loved this story. Sabrina is a little snot, but a tough cookie and Daphne is just adorable. Puck is a wonderful anti-hero! Highly recommend this book and this series.
I always enjoy Kim Harrison's series "The Hollows". I rated this one a 4 out of 5 because I can't decide if I like that there were clearly two story lines in this book. I wasn't sure if she was setting up for a spin off focusing on Ivy or if she was setting us up for the next book. I like the closure she gives us for Rachael's past relationships and the continued build up for a romantic involvement between Trent and Rachael. I'm interested to see how this will play out.
I found the voice and the audio in this to be very creepy. I couldn't listen to more than about three minutes before I had to shut off. Just not my cup of tea.
No, this story would have been beautiful and wonderful and so very inspiring... except that I felt that Todd Burpo was not being entirely honest. I could be wrong and I hope that I am, but that's just how I feel. The entire telling felt contrived and dishonest.
That he was reading this book.
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