Who reads anymore... I currently have 552 audible books in my library (I don't have time to read).
This one was a bit boring... not the normal 'Argeneau' book, and no returning characters from the other books. This book could be read as a standalone and would not be missed if it were removed from the series completely. I've always liked how the series linked the characters together and that is completely missing from this book.
Rick Robertson is a good narrator and does well in this series. That is one thing that bugs me a bit, there are six different narrators for this series so far... find a narrator and stick with them.
No extreme reaction I just wanted to hurry to get through the book, which is never a good thing, so I could read another book.
Buy the book on sale or skip it completely (you won't be missing anything as far as continuity with the series)!!!
This had some really bad editing and was a bit off-putting. The narrator repeated lines more than once, several times. Why do they keep having different narrators for this series?
I love the audible versions of all the books I listen to... the books just come alive.
The story line is different from others I've been reading so it holds my interest and makes me want to know what is going to happen next.
I don't want to give anything away... but my favorite scene is one with her and Tolliver and a revelation that Harper has.
I feel dead people!!!
Charlaine never disappoints!
Yes, I would listen to every book in this series again to pick up all the things I missed the first time around.
There really isn't anything like this series so it's hard to compare... maybe something written by Molly Harper (they are light hearted and fun)
Nell she is a major figure in all the books.
When Nell told Daniel about her mom's precog vision.
I read this book (0.5 in the series) after completing the 3 books one through three in the series... I hope Audible gets the rest of the books in this series
Yes, I think I missed things the first time through... when listening instead of reading, there is sometimes a tendency to let your mind wander unfortunately.
The twists that surprised me and the automatic weapons!!!
The different voices for each of the characters was great.
I laughed a lot and teared up a couple of times.
buy it and rate it yourself
I call "Mulligan"
The idea of being able to have a 'do over' on your life while maintaining the knowledge of what happened previously (it's a fantasy we all have).
I can't say without giving something away... all the scenes were good!
I remember laughing out loud at one part but now can't remember what it was about! Guess I'm getting old.
This is not a waste of a credit, I found the story and concept very intriguing
The narrator made Tiny sound awful... I cringed every time she did his voice. Plus I agree with the others, her breathlessness really started to get on my nerves and I just wanted to finish the book PDQ.
Wow, I love this series, but seriously what a huge waste of time and money (I'm wondering if Nancy Wu was as disillusioned as me). I had high hopes for this installment since the previous book was such a let down. The next book better "get back with the program" or I will be an ex-Betsy fan.
I really had issues getting through this book. It was very predictable. Try reading Brenda Joyce's books instead, you won't be disapointed... gotta love the time travel.
Rebecca Cook (narrator) has definite issues with her pronunciation of the name Desari??? I thought they???d introduced a new sister for Darius. I really miss Juanita Parker, the continuity between books was lost for me.
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