I've been hooked on this series since I saw it on audible last year, and I gotta say that Kevin Hearne has exceeded my expectations in each of his books. You won't be disappointed.
I gotta say this book was a serious disappointment, it seems like half the book was nothing but sex scenes and the plot itself was half hearted at best. The entire plot was basically what would have been a only a small scene in many books. I saw some of the other comments and have to agree that this really did feel like an "abridged" book. If things don't change, I'm seriously considering calling it quits on the series.
Definitely a good book. We get to learn more about Emma, and the side effects of her prolonged captivity, as well as more about Nikki's powers and her self destructive childhood. I'm looking for the next book in this series.
Definitely better than the prin, I get all my books as audiobooks just so I can listen to them
Celia, she just keeps pushing through adversity which is pretty impressive.
No, but I did manage to finish it within a couple days
Seemed unpredictable, and left you with a huge cliffhanger at the end.
Chicagoland vampires because she gets turned into a damphir(I think that's the right word) and has to figure out how to live her life after an abrupt shift in her life,which also happens in the Chicagoland vampire series.
Definitely a interesting book, I'd recommend it.
The last book pretty much ruined it for me. It felt like he was trying too hard to tie things up and didn't do the story justice.
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