Very good book, great series. Tied up most of the loose ends,so now I have to wait for the next series and find out about the rest.
I'd recommend this series to a friend because it is very entertaining. When I got to the end of the book I couldn't believe I had already finished 10 hours of listening. It just flew bye. I was totally immersed in the author's world.
My favorite character, by far, Bernie Kosar. He's every childs dream! A loyal companion that can turn into an alien killing beast.
I particularly like the narrators' ability to make you feel the emotions the author is trying to convey.
I did, without even planning to. Started at work, on the commute home, and then finished it up at home, flew bye.
Yes, right before the newest book comes out I like to listen to the series again.
I really couldn't say what book, but it reminds me of Elizabeth Moon's "Vatta's War" series. Both strong female leads, saving the galaxy by just doing what needs to be done.
I've listen to her performances in this series and have enjoyed them all. And I really like the fact that the author took the blame for the mispronunciation of "Man-tik-er-ahn."
Greed, Betrayal, Anger...War!
I loved the book, but the first hour was hard to get through. So fight the urge to stop listening. After that it was great!
I liked this book alot. The characters were great and I really enjoyed the supernatural twist.
That's my only complaint. I wanted to hear about Crack meeting Roarke's family, etc. Rest of the book was great!
I hated the prequel chapters, but once it got to present day I enjoyed the book.
I was very disappointed with this book, it just rubbed me the wrong way. It's not in the same class as books written by Victoria Dahl, Susan Mallery, or Suzanne Brockmann.
I liked this book a lot! It is very entertaining and I love the characters. A vampire, a witch, and a fairy living together never gets old. That's the equivilent of having a muslim, a catholic, and an atheist living together. This latest book left you with some questions, but it did tie up some plot lines. As a result, I can't wait till the next one.
How does this happen? Isn't there someone working with the narrator? Piss-ka-ri or Piss-care-ree, tata-ka or te-kata. Other than that an enjoyable book, but I am glad to see the previous narrator is back. Thanks!
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