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Kathy

Alexandria, KY, United States | Member Since 2010

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  • Magic Rises

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By Ilona Andrews
    • Narrated By Renee Raudman
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (1090)
    Performance
    (989)
    Story
    (999)

    Mercenary Kate Daniels and her mate, Curran, the Beast Lord, are struggling to solve a heartbreaking crisis. Unable to control their beasts, many of the Pack’s shape-shifting children fail to survive to adulthood. While there is a medicine that can help, the secret to its making is closely guarded by the European packs, and there’s little available in Atlanta. Kate can’t bear to watch innocents suffer, but the solution she and Curran have found threatens to be even more painful. The European shape-shifters who once outmaneuvered the Beast Lord have asked him to arbitrate a dispute - and they’ll pay him in medicine.

    Melissa says: "Great addition to the story"
    "You MUST read this book!"
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    Where does Magic Rises rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    Magic Rises ranks in the top five of all the books I've ever read and definitely one of the top three that I've listened to.


    What other book might you compare Magic Rises to and why?

    I cannot remember the title, but Jim Butcher's Alera Codex series has a book that takes place on the sea. The similarity is not so much that they both have traveling by boat in the story, but the fact that they both expand the world in each particular series. All former books in this series have been brilliantly written to take place in Atlanta, Georgia. This book actually makes the world around them into a character. We learn how the magic fluctuations have affected Old World nations differently from cities in the USA. Also in common with Alera Codex, this book has a group of warriors going abroad to find help for a problem they have at home. They are willing to risk their lives in this venture, but know that they must do everything they can to succeed so that the situation at home can, hopefully, be repaired.


    Which character – as performed by Renee Raudman – was your favorite?

    I've always said Kate, because she is my favorite character in the series. But Aunt Bea is a very likable, yet intimidating woman who makes grown men hide when they know she is near. I love the interplay between Aunt Bea and anyone else. Additionally, the interplay between Kate and Barabas is too funny for words. Throughout the entirety of his presence in the series I always get at least a smile when they interact, if not a fully belly laugh. Renee is great with all the voices, but Bea and Barabas are my favorites in this particular book.

    I also thank Recorded Books for bringing Renee back to read the book for us. She owns these characters and is an astounding vocal actress. Besides doing great voices, she acts out the words rather than reads them. The vocal dynamics and amazing plot work together to create an unforgettable adventure.


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    Yes, but I couldn't because of work. When the next book in the series comes out, I hope to be able to plan a vacation day so that I can take time to enjoy the book in one sitting.


    Any additional comments?

    This book is action-packed, with many surprises. It also has some amazing character development and relationship building that is very well handled and adds to the story/plot line. Having said that, please be assured that this book moves FAST. The authors have proven to be skilled, even elegant writers and brilliant storytellers. If you have not read anything in this series, I highly recommend that you get book one and start from the beginning. This book is written in such a way that you can read it without reading the rest of the books first, but you will enjoy it so much more if you start from the beginning. Thanks again for an excellent read.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
  • Summer Knight: The Dresden Files, Book 4

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 12 mins)
    • By Jim Butcher
    • Narrated By James Marsters
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (5921)
    Performance
    (4466)
    Story
    (4466)

    The Winter Queen of Faerie has manipulated Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden into accepting a case to solve a murder and stop a war between the courts of Summer and Winter that could have literally earth shattering consequences. His own soul is up for grabs. Dresden must dig deep to discover that at time a willingness to accept a little help from your friends, be they a cub pack of werewolves, old loves in sheep's clothing, or a battalion of pizza loving dewdrop fairies, is a very good thing.

    Michael says: "Harry & James are one."
    "Best Dresden book yet!"
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    I have had to work hard to like this series. I love Butcher's Alera Codex series, but this series has been slow to grab my interest. However, this book finally has won me over. We learn about Harry's past. We see inside a wizard meeting and learn that they can be good, bad, or very petty. We see Harry's friends supporting him, even when he does his best to push them away. I enjoyed learning more about fairies in Dresden's world. I enjoyed all the creatures and their stories. Marsden does a fabulous job with the voices of Toot Toot and his compatriots. They made me laugh like crazy and I have a strong craving for pizza right now! This is something I could not say about the first three stories. Not much to laugh about in the first three books.

    Most importantly, the growth of the characters in this book have guaranteed that I will be reading the next book in this series by tomorrow.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Blackberry Pie Murder

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 41 mins)
    • By Joanne Fluke
    • Narrated By Suzanne Toren
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (179)
    Performance
    (161)
    Story
    (163)

    It's been a sleepy summer for the folks of Lake Eden, Minnesota. In fact, it's been a whole four months since anyone in the Swensen family has come across a dead body - a detail that just made the front page of the local paper. And that means Hannah Swensen can finally focus on her bakery. . .or can she? Life is never really quiet for Hannah. After all, her mother's wedding is a little over a month away and guess who Delores put in charge of the planning?

    Jeanne says: "Abrupt Ending"
    "The incomplete book"
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    The book stops abruptly without completing the story. However, they have time to advertise the authors next book. I would have preferred to read a complete book. Not worth the $4.95 I spent on it.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • The Witch with No Name: The Hollows, Book 13

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 28 mins)
    • By Kim Harrison
    • Narrated By Marguerite Gavin
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (364)
    Performance
    (346)
    Story
    (351)

    In The Witch with No Name, Kim Harrison brings back her wildly popular heroine for one final, epic battle. Rachel Morgan's come a long way from the klutzy runner fleeing a bad job. She's faced vampires and werewolves, banshees, witches, and soul-eating demons. She's crossed worlds, channeled gods, and accepted her place as a day-walking demon. She's lost friends and lovers and family, and an old enemy has become something much more.

    LeSLiE says: "Thank you Kim Harrison for the memories!"
    "Good to the last drop!"
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    You know, I read the first book in this series because it took place in my hometown, Cincinnati. I read the rest of this series because it is so well written. I also have enjoyed listening to Ms. Gavin's wonderful narration throughout the entire series.

    Kim Harrison tied up this series in a very satisfying way. It is hard to believe it is over! I loved the way the story lines came full circle. We now understand why Newt's powers seemed to be so much stronger than her male counterparts. We also understand her insanity throughout the series.

    The visual of Cincinnati burning in the background with Al in the foreground was very striking. However, the most important question to the series still stands...what will happen to Ivy when she dies? I don't want to add a spoiler here. Suffice it to say, I love the way we get to add this answer ourselves.

    This is a book about change and relationships, with a great deal of action. The entire series has been amazing. I was lucky enough to spend midnight Tuesday with Kim, her husband and a large group of fellow readers toasting the assumed success of the book, as well as the hours of pleasure this series has brought all of us. It is with great joy that I can recommend this series to you. At the same time, it was bittersweet to close the book knowing there will not be any more novels about Rachel and her world. However, I can always go back to the beginning and start over!

    Thank you again, Kim, for your generosity of time spent with your Cincinnati fans and for the amazing amount of entertainment, laughter and tears this amazing series has given us. I look forward to your next series!



    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Magic Breaks: Kate Daniels, Book 7

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Ilona Andrews
    • Narrated By Renée Raudman
    Overall
    (581)
    Performance
    (552)
    Story
    (553)

    No matter how much the paranormal politics of Atlanta change, one thing always remains the same: If there' s trouble, Kate Daniels will be in the middle of it. As the mate of the Beast Lord, Curran, former mercenary Kate Daniels has more responsibilities than it seems possible to juggle. Not only is she still struggling to keep her investigative business afloat, she must now deal with the affairs of the pack, including preparing her people for attack from Roland, a cruel ancient being with god-like powers.

    RabidReads says: "Characters die, power shifts, a new path is forged"
    "Dark, Funny, Hopeful, Exciting"
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    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    Yes, for those who like urban fantasies with a nice dose of romance, this book ranks high on my list of likes. Ilona and Gordon Andrews have turned out another amazing story in which we see all the characters mature to the next level. We finally get to meet the dread Lord Roland. Indications of his power are awesome. We get to see Kate as the killer she was raised to be, but also as the true friend who feels deep distress when her loved ones experience any kind of hurt or are in danger. This book could very well have been the end of the series. I'm very happy to know that the story will continue! I love these characters, with all their flaws and all their good points as well. I still want to learn more about them and what their future will bring.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Magic Breaks?

    When Kate walks into Roland's Swan Tower. It is a very high powered scene.


    Which scene was your favorite?

    I surprised myself by thoroughly enjoying the scene where Kate let's her inner killer out to wreck havoc and revenge on Aunt Bea's killer. It was quite brutal, detailed, and very satisfying to see this monster get what she deserved. I'm not a violent person, but I enjoyed every moment of this scene. Well done! On the flip side, one of my biggest laughs came when Curran asked Andrea if she was done vomiting yet. Andrea's reaction and the way the scene played out was quite comical. And it was all done in just a few words!


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    There are many moments that moved me, but if I have to pick just one, it would be knowing how often Kate visits Aunt Bea's grave. Another would be Kate's time with Ghastek when they are trapped and Ghastek tells her about his past. We learn that Ghastek isn't his real name. He is still creepy, but it was moving to understand what happened to lead him to his desire to be a nagivator and how he received his name.


    Any additional comments?

    Of course, Renee Raudman did a stellar job, as usual. It continues to amaze me how very well she handles not only the voices, but the emotions of these characters. Additionally, Ilona told us on her blog that critics commented on the love scene in this book. The scene is very well written, but more graphic than love scenes in other books in this series. However, the writing most definitely fits into this story perfectly, where all emotions and actions seem to have been raised to a higher level. I was surprised and uncomfortable by the way the authors take characters from the Bible and change the mean and/or reason for the biblical lessons. If I were an author, I wouldn't take such liberties, but you can see from my ratings and comments above that this hasn't stopped me from loving this book.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • The Accidental Werewolf: Accidentally Friends, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Dakota Cassidy
    • Narrated By Meredith Mitchell
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (255)
    Performance
    (232)
    Story
    (232)

    When Marty Andrews gets bitten by a mangy mutt while walking her teacup poodle, her blond hair darkens, the hair on her legs starts growing at an alarming rate, and her mood swings put her dream job as a sales rep for Bobbie-Sue Cosmetics in serious jeopardy. Then a drool-worthy man shows up at her door claiming that he accidentally bit Marty. And since he's a werewolf, she is now, too. Thinking Keegan Flaherty is clearly insane, Marty refuses to believe a word until a kidnapping makes her realize there's more at stake than just her highlights.

    Angela says: "Absolulte!"
    "Interesting plot line - way too much cursing"
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    What would have made The Accidental Werewolf better?

    I think Ms. Cassidy could have deleted two chapters from this book if she had deleted all of the cursing and swearing. I will give her credit for cursing creatively. However, I found it offensive. There is a time and place for cursing, but there was way too much used here that didn't fit the story line. Having said that, I think Ms. Cassidy has the talent and ability to write an interesting and fun book without all the offensive language. She could easily have used pure sarcasm and achieved the same outcome...with less cringing on the part of her readers. I don't think she'll hit the best seller's list as long as she depends on using such language. She is short-changing herself. That is a compliment...this could have gone from an overall rating of 2 to an overall rating of 4 if the language had been less offensive.


    What could Dakota Cassidy have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

    No - this is an urban fantasy/romance story about a woman who is accidentally bitten by a werewolf. She is a successful saleswoman for a door-to-door type of cosmetic company. I have not become interested in selling make-up and I don't believe werewolves exist. So my interest hasn't peaked. However, the cute story line would interest me more if the language wasn't so offensive.


    Which character – as performed by Meredith Mitchell – was your favorite?

    Marty, of course. Can you imagine what it must be like to find that you have grown a new piece of anatomy? The mental image of that still makes me laugh.


    What character would you cut from The Accidental Werewolf?

    You know, reading the reviews I see many people complain about the narrator. However, I quite enjoyed her reading of the story and I found nothing wrong with her pacing. I would definitely read another book narrated by her.


    Any additional comments?

    On the positive side, the plot is creative and made me laugh. On the negative side, the swearing was not only offensive but overwhelming and did not add to the story at all. Surprisingly, some of the character elements in this book reminds me very much of Victoria Laurie's main character in her Psychic Eye series. Both books maintain that the main characters are horrible liars. When they are nervous about lying, they "over talk" the situation. The sentence structure and rhythm of the nervous patter is almost identical, even though the words are different. Both authors also curse in a creative way, although Victoria's stories do not have as much cursing as this book.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • The Book of Life: All Souls, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (23 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Deborah Harkness
    • Narrated By Jennifer Ikeda
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (2132)
    Performance
    (2007)
    Story
    (1996)

    After traveling through time in Shadow of Night, the second book in Deborah Harkness's enchanting series, historian and witch Diana Bishop and vampire scientist Matthew Clairmont return to the present to face new crises and old enemies. At Matthew's ancestral home at Sept-Tours, they reunite with the cast of characters from A Discovery of Witches - with one significant exception. But the real threat to their future has yet to be revealed, and when it is, the search for Ashmole 782 and its missing pages takes on even more urgency.

    Loren says: "too many loose threads in this weaving"
    "This trilogy is amazing!"
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    What did you love best about The Book of Life?

    That Ms. Harkness keeps up the same level of excellence in all three books. Likewise, Ms. Ikeda is an amazing narrator/voice actress. Together, they have woven an epic tale. It breaks my heart to see it end. If I recall correctly, Book 3 is something like 23 hours in length...but it felt like just a few hours went by before I reached the end.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of The Book of Life?

    Although I can see that the trilogy has a definite ending, there seems to be openings for another book - or series with the same characters, moving into a new direction. I want to know the continued progress of the American researchers and what they find. I'd love to know how the secondary characters proceed with their love lives and other interests. What does the future hold for newly introduced characters (I won't name names because I don't want to spoil the plot for those who have not yet read the book).


    What does Jennifer Ikeda bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    As a research secretary, it feels like Ms. Harkness has experienced the atmosphere of a true scientific research project. I felt like I was walking through the lab...seeing the sign above the sink...getting to know all the lab geeks. Wanting to get the research done in a correct manner so that answers can be found.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    When the fact that a character who died in Book 2 really hits our main character. That is what makes this book so utterly successful. Her devastation hit me like a ton of bricks. I feel like I walked through each scene with the people in the book. In my opinion, when an author and reader make you feel like you are part of the story, a great reading/listening experience is the outcome.


    Any additional comments?

    This series made me laugh and cry. Mostly laugh. I found the characters likable. Very quickly I felt like I knew them and was concerned about them and what the future would bring...I still do. The main characters have had their current story lines pretty well tied up. I would still love to know more about everyone and what is happening to them in 5 to 10 years from now. Thank you for an awesome body of work.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Fatal Fortune: Psychic Eye Mysteries, Book 12

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 58 mins)
    • By Victoria Laurie
    • Narrated By Elizabeth Michaels
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (149)
    Performance
    (136)
    Story
    (136)

    In New York Times best-selling author Victoria Laurie’s newest Psychic Eye Mystery, Abby Cooper is trusting her intuition and heading to Sin City to bet on a friend’s innocence.... When police show Abby surveillance video of her best friend and business partner, Candice Fusco, shooting a man in cold blood, she can’t believe her eyes. And when the cops tell her they think the victim has ties to the Mob - and perhaps Candice does, too - she can’t believe her ears. Surely there is a logical explanation.

    Jill says: "Loved it!"
    "One of the best books in the series!"
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    I had no idea where Victoria was taking our favorite characters this time around. Additionally, less curse words altogether made for a more enjoyable listening/reading experience in my opinion. Thank you for a great read, Victoria! I do believe this is one of the best books in the series.

    It starts with Candice (aka Cassidy) being accused of cold-blooded murder. We do not see Candice for much of this book which would normally put me off. Not this time around. The storyline was well constructed and kept me interested and wondering "who dunnit?".

    I felt so sorry for Brice as he wondered whether or not the love of his life was a murderer. You could feel his pain. I personally felt Abby's fear that even though she trusted Candice, her BFF, she didn't know if the person she thought she knew was real or not. Had Candice pulled the wool over everyone's eyes and is really a wolf dressed in sheep's clothing?

    Most of all, I always feel sorry for Dutch, because he cannot trust Abby to tell him the truth half the time - LOL! Abby is such a bad liar that Dutch always knows when she is fibbing and always worried because she seems to get herself in so much trouble.

    I don't want to add spoilers, so I'll stop here with my description of the book.

    If you like the other books in this series, you will definitely like this book.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Monster Hunter Nemesis

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 2 mins)
    • By Larry Correia
    • Narrated By Oliver Wyman
    Overall
    (1754)
    Performance
    (1650)
    Story
    (1655)

    Agent Franks of the U.S. Monster Control Bureau is a man of many parts - parts from other people, that is. Franks is nearly seven feet tall and all muscle. He's nearly indestructible. Plus he’s animated by a powerful alchemical substance and inhabited by a super-intelligent spirit more ancient than humanity itself. Good thing he’s on our side. More or less.

    Bruce Selzler says: "Another Winner"
    "Franks Revealed!"
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    Would you consider the audio edition of Monster Hunter Nemesis to be better than the print version?

    Oliver Wyman does a splendid job narrating the Monster Hunter books. Therefore, I imagine the audio edition has to be better than the book edition.


    What did you like best about this story?

    Getting to know Franks' back story was very interesting. This story is fast-paced and full of surprises. I love how Mr. Correia recognized the lore of Frankenstein and how Franks reacted to those stories of old. Well done!


    Have you listened to any of Oliver Wyman’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    I have listened to all of the MHI series and find Mr. Wyman's performance to be consistent (with respect to the voices) and very well done. I start giggling every time there is a "boom" written into the story because Mr. Wyman's way of saying the word reminds me of every little boy who has ever play "war". In fact, all the battle scenes have bits and pieces of gun noises and things like that. All of his narration in these areas makes me giggle and think all men are little boys when you give them toys of mass destruction. No, I'm not usually a person who enjoys books about war...but the bad guys/gals are usually not even human, so fantasy war stories are a completely different thing and don't bother me at all.


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    There is one story line that did make me tear up...I don't want to spoil this for new readers so I won't say any more. Yes, there is a great deal of laughter throughout this book. Franks is such a hard nosed type individual that I get a kick out of him and they way people react to him. Such fun!


    Any additional comments?

    I actually enjoyed this book more than MH Alpha, which surprised me because I actually like the werewolf character (whose name escapes me at present). I believe there is less interaction with Zee, et al, in this story which would usually make me miss the original cast. However, the storyline and characters surrounding Franks in this book are supremely interesting and so well written/performed that I didn't have a problem with the story at all. I highly recommend this well written story. I do have one question for you, the reader. Have you read the entire series? If not, please do so before reading this book. You will get so much more out of the storyline that way. In fact, have you read MH Legion recently? There are many references about Legion in the beginning of this book. Therefore, I recommend that you give Legion a quick read through to refresh your memory. It'll make this story even more enjoyable.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Embroidered Truths

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Monica Ferris
    • Narrated By Melissa Hughes
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (73)
    Performance
    (45)
    Story
    (44)

    After her good friend Godwin has a nasty quarrel with John, his significant other, full-time needlework shop owner and part-time sleuth Betsy Devonshire finds herself with a roommate. Betsy doesn't mind having company, though Godwin is restless and unhappy over the sudden break-up. But sadness turns to grief when Betsy and Godwin discover John dead in his home, and Godwin is arrested for the murder. Betsy knows her friend couldn't be the killer, and sets out to prove it.

    Miriam says: "Pleasure to listen to"
    "And enjoyable story"
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    If you could sum up Embroidered Truths in three words, what would they be?

    Enjoyable cozy mystery


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Embroidered Truths?

    When the cat tried to comfort Betsy. Also when Betsy realized a friend might be in serious trouble.


    Have you listened to any of Melissa Hughes’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    I think this is the first time I've heard a book by Melissa Hughes. It is hard for a new narrator to come into the series. However, I think she did a very good job.


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    Each book in the series is fairly short. This makes it easy to listen to them in one sitting. I enjoyed this book while running errands and cleaning house today. It made an otherwise boring day move swiftly and enjoyably along.


    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Shattered: The Iron Druid Chronicles, Book 7

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Kevin Hearne
    • Narrated By Luke Daniels
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (2539)
    Performance
    (2403)
    Story
    (2401)

    For nearly 2,000 years, only one Druid has walked the Earth - Atticus O’Sullivan, the Iron Druid, whose sharp wit and sharp sword have kept him alive as he’s been pursued by a pantheon of hostile deities. Now he’s got company. Atticus’ apprentice, Granuaile, is at last a full Druid herself. What’s more, Atticus has defrosted an archdruid long ago frozen in time, a father figure (of sorts) who now goes by the modern equivalent of his old Irish name: Owen Kennedy. And Owen has some catching up to do.

    D says: "The third druid"
    "This series still sizzles!"
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    Would you consider the audio edition of Shattered to be better than the print version?

    Yes! I just read a couple reviews on Amazon & it seems like readers had a hard time discerning the POV. This is not a problem with the audio version because Luke Daniels does an excellent job developing easily recognized voices for each character and you have no doubt as to which character is speaking.


    What did you like best about this story?

    The introduction of the new dog, Orlaith, and how she is being trained to communicate with humans. She is a very sweet addition to the series. It makes me want to read a short story describing the same journey between Atticus and Oberon! (Hint, Mr. Hearne!)

    However, the best part is every word uttered by Owen O'Kennedy. He is amazingly funny!


    Which character – as performed by Luke Daniels – was your favorite?

    Again, both Orlaith and Owen. Very different voices that are handled equally well by Mr. Daniels.


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

    An epic adventure you cannot afford to miss!


    Any additional comments?

    This book breaks with the tradition of our main characters being in the same place and same storyline. I wasn't too crazy about this change with the first listen. However, I enjoyed it much more the second time around. Also, I enjoyed all the individual stories and thought they were all relevant.

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful

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