I appreciated the detail and logic used in the creation of his parallel universe. The other two books in the trilogy are in my cart!
Yes, it's fun.
The plot was somewhat predictable, particularly toward the end. Foreshadowing should have been a bit more subtle. But, I do like her brand of snark. It's uplifting.
Until they mentioned the character had a mix of Bostonian and Irish accents, I though she needed a speech tutor. Later, I could not figure out if they added the comment to match her narration or if she is a truly gifted vocal genius to merge the two. In any case I like her performances, even when the accent is confusing.
The author should consider doing a word count and editing any word that appears over 500 times. That would cut the F-bomb in half. Not that I'm opposed to swearing, but it is SO thick that it takes the place of story and character in places.
Fine and predictable.
The female lead, Payne. However none of the characters was very developed.
Sadly, no reaction. A good theme and plot outline poorly executed.
Good to sleep to.
In the top 10% of my 200 plus audiobooks so far.
The interactions with the vampires were fine, but I particularly liked the exchanges with her teenage sister.
The narrator has a delicious command of accents and voices. You can almost see the characters. She is right up there with Jim Dale of Harry Potter fame.
Work on conversation, add humor and read other writers and other genres. The basic story line was not terrible, but it is so soap opera.
As much as I love Clancy, I'll read a bit more closely next time. I can't believe I wasted a credit on a lousy 28 minutes.
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