Loved this book and have approved of all the books in the series. I do not like the narrator at all. She does not change how she describes mundane issues with how she describes fights and battles. It is very hard to get excited about the book the first time through. Definitely would not use this narrator again. Will not seek out books read by her.
I loved the 2nd book first. It is a good change from the usual epic fantasy. The problem I have is not with the book but with the narrator. She speaks very fast, very unnatural, she doesn't try to change voices with the characters, and she sounds very condescending.
I would hope that Patricia Briggs not be allowed to narrate her own books again.
Very interesting book. Somewhat of a diversion from the first 6. If you like Michelle Sagara then I would suggest you read.
This book was a continuation of the first Elder Races book. While it showed promise at the beginning of being a new story line, it was just more of the same. I found it to be even more unbelievable than SiFi/Fantasy usually is. I do object to the abject sex and the continued use of vulgar language. I like a romance story at times; however, I got tired of hearing the word "cock" over and over. If I wanted that kind of story I would have gone to the adult book store. Overall, not a buyer. Don't waste the money or time, unless you are really looking for a hard core sexed up book. :(
I found this to be an interesting continuation to the previous. I found that towards the end of the book that there was a nice turn of events. I will definitely look for the last installment. If you are like me and enjoy trilogies then this is a very good read.
I found this book interesting and though I like book 1 a little better I will continue with the series. Once I find an author that I like I tend to stay true and read all their books. Very few exceptions. This book was full of mystery, action, and secrets. So I would recommend.
Not a typical book that I would read, however, I found myself intrigued. I haven't finished the full read however I am looking forward to the end. It is not a typical SCIFI book. Read it just for the fun of it. I am not a fan of multi narrators and have found this a little disconcerting.
This book was number 3 in the series. I found it to be an interesting read. However, it did not really follow the story line of the 2 previous books, The thread it picked up on was not really an important part of either of the 2 previous books. Have to say was disappointed in that because the first 2 book were good and the 2nd book was my favorite. Over all 3.5 rating.
This book is the beginning of 3 and sets the path for the others. I found it a little slow to start with but picks up and is a great lead in to book 2. Well worth the read. D
I liked this book better than the first one. The characters developed throughout the book adding depth to the story line. I would recommend. Word of warning it has a deep theological presence (not the traditional God, Satan, and the Holy Ghost) but theological within this created world.
This says it is book one but it appears to be picking up from a previous story. They give a lot of background information that makes it very hard to follow. The other thing is that the names of the tribes and different factions makes it very hard to differentiate and gets too confusing. Would not recommend.
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