I really loved this series and think the last installment was one of my favorites. I have to admit though, I am sad to see it end. As I read through the book, I could recall scenes from the previous books and how it all tied it with the last installment. It was laid out amazingly well and I find myself wanting to go back through the previous books to check out previous scenes. When that happens, I know it's a great series. (and that is rare).
I don't want to give too much away, but I think this is well worth the credit and worth the wait.
As always, Elizabeth Rogers does an excellent job of narrating the book and I will be certain to check out more of her work.
It was good enough to finish it, but I was not impressed. I am not sure that I liked either of the main characters and sadly, found myself not caring if they ended up with a HEA. Very disfunctional relationship and still not sure what it was based on. It didn't seem like love to me. Just odd.
The storyline with her father, "Mick" was just ridiculous and added absolutely nothing to the story. I did like Travis' family though.
I also liked Abbey's best friend America and her boyfriend, Shep and found their friend Finch to be a lot of fun.
As for the narrator, I did like Emma Galvin somewhat, but sounded more like a mature 14 year old than a 19 year old.
Don't waste the credit. I couldn't wait for it to end.
I listened to all 12 in this series (as of 5/2012) and have to say that this one is still my favorite that I keep coming back to.
I originally read this one as it was the only one not available on Audible and when they finally got it, I grabbed it and have listened to it more than once.
It's the one you won't want to put down. This one focuses more on Eric, so if you are an Eric fan, you'll love it - and if you aren't - you're likely to become one as I did. At the very least, it's a fun read as avery different Eric is portrayed and Sookie is just as likeble as ever.
This one has a great storyline, with the right amount of mystery and suspense and there's lots of steam (though not overly so). By far, it's my favorite of this series. I would highly recommend this one.
As a few have mentioned, the books are very different from the HBO series and I have to agree - which makes it all the more fun. It's easier not to try to compare the two because they are so different - the series being Sookie's world from a different point of view. As always, Johanna Parker does an amazing job of bringing the characters to life and think she was a perfect choice to narrate the series.
These are really not things to say to an employer, but more of the qualities that employers look for. While I am all for recognizing the basics, this was a little too basic and didn't tell me anything that I already didn't know.
For the low price, it's okay. More of a reminder of how to present yourself. Not worth a credit though.
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