Of course, this is my one of my top favorite series. Ive read them all and they have been consistently a great read.
Another series by Allyson James, The Storm Walker series is very similar in the strength of the main character .
I also follow Lorelei King as narrator. I am amazed that she can perform Mercy Thompson very convincingly and then she can also perform male voices just as well and can also make several male voices different and distinctive from each other. She helps to make this book even better not that the story itself lacks in anyway.
Yes, I could not put it down until finished.
Not a total bust but I purchased this after reading so many positive reviews but found that it lacked the excitement and intensity I was hoping for. The story lagged and moved along slowly at times. The mystery was there and the Indian lore woven in was interesting which were the greatest factors in keeping me in this novel. David Chandler gave a great voice to Cork, nice work there. Don't rule this one out, it just takes a little to warm up to.
Spinoza is a great character. An investigator with a few demons of his own specializes in finding missing persons and in the course of a few of his cases he discovers the existence of vampires.
I can't think of specific title to compare but this is a great fix for us J. R. Rain fans who love his stories, this does not disappoint.
Contact with his son.
A lost P.I. For the missing.
I do recommend. A very good trilogy.
I Love the Tiger Series and this was a wonderful addition. Well done.
Yesubai is a wonderful character and although there was truly not much more that could be added to make it possible to stay in the plot and direction of entire series, it was sad that such a good character could only play a small part. I really enjoyed her.
yes, it was short story.
I would listen to this one again.
Well, Dr. Pol of course. I am an animal lover and own several, if Dr. Pol was my local vet I would hire him everytime. Im a fan of the show and so happy this book was written. He has led a wonderful life doing what he loves and it shows in his energy and sense of humor.
Narration was fine but I wish that Dr. Pol could have read this himself. I like the accent very much.
When he discussed his feelings about euthanasia. Its the hardest emotional issue any pet owner may have to face at sometime and it was nice to know Dr. Pol sympathizes with these choices too as he had to make this choice even for his own pets.
Dr. Pol Rocks. If you like the show you need to read this.
I do recommend this novel. The narration was done well and I liked each of the characters.
I think Doll Baby was my favorite character, especially once I found out the family secrets about her. I would have enjoyed even more detail about this kind, strong and devoted woman. All the characters had enjoyable traits that could make me giggle and sympathize with their antics and lives.
Fannie is a character in the true sense. She is comical and mysterious and January Lavoy's reading gave her enjoyable life.
Fans of The Help and The Kitchen would also enjoy this novel. I do recommend giving this one a try.
I will probably revisit this novel in the future. Its unique in that it is a ghost's story. Not about the haunting itself but about the life before its after life.
I was actually confused about this being a ghost story. This is the story of Adrienne's fictional life in the Miramont Castle in Colorado. She had a complex life of happy memories of a wonderful grandfather, loss, abusive relatives and her abilities as a clairvoyant and how her perceptions molded her life.
The interactions of her with the grandfather.
I was very sad for the abuse she had to endure. I wanted horrible things for the characters who were hurting her.
I recommend this for a listen. Narration was well done and the story plot did well also. I usually rely heavily of reviews left here and in this case I ignored the negative notes and took a chance. I was pleasantly surprised and you maybe too. Give it a try.
Yes, but with the warning that I, did not find one strong or redeemable character in this story. All of them are victims of their own shortcomings.
The sad description of Megan's baby. It was emotional.
It was ok, I was curious so now I know about it.
Elsbeth! Funny funny and so tough. Great character and makes this series.
It was "iffy" in the beginning for me but as I stuck with it I found a lot of enjoyment in this one. I have followed up by reading the rest of the series too. I will look for more of them. I do recommend giving this series a try.
This is a fair story only. It could be spooky if told in the dark around a campfire where being spooked is the quick goal. The criminally insane are not the ones to fear the most here, the owner of facility is a whack job and creates a monster using the prisoners as experiments that is super reanimating eating machine and anyone in its path is on the menu and consumed in a variety of mutilating and painful ways. Eck.
Spooky, and creepy story, yes, but it lacked a bit more character building that would have drawn me in more. The characters who had potential to be really interesting to me came just short of the mark, I was left detached from their plight.
This story placed me through a maze of whodunit!? Around one turn could it be the husband? Another turn...The sister?...and when the turns were expected to go in one direction it takes another. With character flaws and a bit of crazy personalities this was a great read. Believe the hype this is well worth the excitement.
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