Not really. While Mr. Graham has a pleasant voice to listen to, there is something missing.
Just the other Alpha and Omega novels that he has done. I would say I have the same answers for all of them. Great story, nifty accent, and much not monotone.
All of Patricia Briggs stories I do in one sitting.
If you haven't read the Mercy Thompson series, do so. They are set in the same world.
Neither is better than the other. I will say that Johanna Parker is my perfect version for Sookie. She just makes Sookie come alive all the better and with the correct accent clarified a few things that my 'Yankee' imagination couldn't.
Sookie is fabulous but I like my heroines with a little more barbarian and a little less lady. Of course maybe that's just how southern woman are. I also love Pam. If I could somehow combine both of them it would be perfect. I would like to see more of Diantha.
The southern accent and correct southern pronunciation of words. I'f from as far north as you can get and still be in the USA. Sometimes it is hard for me to 'hear' the words correctly when I read.
That they finally figured out what I'd been screaming at them from the beginning.
The beautiful creatures series. Both series are a decent read I just don't feel that compulsion to read the next one. They are what I call 'filler books'. Read them till the book you want comes out.
Accurate. Emphatic. Teenage.
I find the short stories about this world much more entertaining.
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