Anita returns with more plot and less sex. This one is a good read and features Edward significantly.
OK, I admit that I thought this was going to be an alien book. I was initially surprised and then increasingly excited as it developed into a book that put science back in Sifi. I reminds me of some of Larry Niven's books. It had me thinking up scenarios and how I would solve the problems. I like puzzles. Overall a great listen.
This is a great book as it remindes me of Heinlein with the political commentary crossed with occational Douglas Adams type humor.
I really like the main character, Trevor, as he has a southerner's view point that cuts to the meat of any situation with a critical view of the buracracy of business and government.
The naration is great and it is one of the few books I heard that made me laugh several times on the reading.
The next two books in the trilogy are also good, but this one was my favotite.
I really enjoyed the series and it puts the science back in SF. The speculative science was what first attracted me to SF as a teen.
While this book was at least book length and not a short story rip off disguised as a book like Flirt and Michah, I have to agree with the other reviews that it lacks plot. Yes,sex is an integral part of the series, but if you take out the sex what is left would make a good start on the first three chapters of the story of the battle with the vampire council. I've been hoping for the last several books that the trend to more sex and less plot would change but that doesn't appear to be the case. I doubt I'll buy another in the series.
This is another of her cheap short books just to get a title out. Like Micah, it is obviouis she didn't take the time to write a good book, just cranked out a book to sell. She can be such a great writer, it's sad she caves to the pressure to publish anything. Save your money for one she really tries on.
A good Dan Brown book with more insight into the Masons. The device of a character seeing something revealing but not sharing it with the reader got a little tiresome but overall a good read.
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