Impulse is a return to the universe of Jumper and Reflex. Jumper is a favorite book of mine and I really enjoyed impulse as well. It was fantastic to meet these characters again - and to meet a new one, Cent, who I think is the strongest of the bunch.
This book is funny, exciting, well written and well narrated. Emily Rankin does a stellar job bringing the characters to life, most especially Cent.
Reflex and Jumper
Much better than Jumper.
If you're like me, you're not a fan of zombie books, vampire books or anything that even remotely smacks of the supernatural - and the entire premise of this book would appear to be unappealing. Au contraire. This book just rocks.
The characters are wonderful, in particular the main character, Angel. This book is much more about Angel's redemption and her personal growth than it is about zombies, though the zombie bits are (much to my surprise) very well done and interesting.
This book is simply amazing. It's warm, it's funny, and you won't want it to end. The worst thing about it is that there are only a few sequels. There must be more!
Special kudos to Allison McLemore for a brilliant reading. There are a very few narrators who I seek out and buy books just because they did the performance. Allison is now in that group. Just wonderful.
Buy this book. You will be surprised and you will not be disappointed.
It's always great to see a new Quarry. The Quarry books are dark, different - and always a lot of fun. Quarry is an assassin with a good side - which sounds entirely odd, but works very, very well.
In this book, he's changed his job a bit and rather than being a killer for hire, he's stalking them. You'll be guessing right up to the end.
Dan John Miller does a fantastic job, as he has done with all of the Max Allan Collin books.
The mine is an excellent story, well worth the money. The author was new to me, and I'm very happy that I took the chance - I loved the book and look forward to the sequels being released on audible!
Spenser walks again.
I've been a Spenser fan for 20 years and never expected anyone to be able pick up the characters and continue with the series, but Ace Atkins has done a simply masterful job with it. An excellent novel and, more to the point, an excellent *Spenser* novel.
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