Weak as a kitten.
That's what the old-timers say, anyway. Houston Homicide Detective Quetzel Cazares believes that, too. So when she finds a scrawny, little cat abandoned at a gruesome crime scene, she takes pity on him and adopts him.
That decision just may save her life.
Five stories. Five murders. One tiny, fluffy connection.
©2014 Alicia Richardson (P)2015 Alicia Richardson
I couldn't keep with this book until the end. I listened to the story, but it was odd, chilling, and gruesome. I wasn't a fan of this book at all. And the narrator didn't do it any justice either. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.
Twists and turns keep you guessing
With the supernatural you never know where it can lead.
When the little girl said "Are you going to hurt me?" Then the hunter becomes the prey!
Yes, it's easier to keep track of the story plus you wanted to know what came next.
I was disappointed with the ending. It just kind of left you hanging there.
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Sci-Fi, Fantasy, historical fiction, mystery, thrillers with sarcasm are my favorites with some Romance thrown in for fun.
In addition to not wanting to move to Houston, I would definitely not go into law enforcement there or listen to this story late at night while it is stormy or windy outside. It has several "EEK" & jump worthy scenes.
It took me a bit to wrap my brain around the fact that most of the stories were not related except for having Houston's Detective Quetzel Cazares at the scene, and oh yes, the cat pops up a few times (snicker).
I really, really liked the Monster-O-Pedia at the end of the book. Some of the critters listed were new to me and I liked the brief history & description of all of them.
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It makes me happy to wake up everyday and look forward to listening. Many times I listen while doing artwork. I find it very relaxing.
I liked "Rescue" although at the beginning I had to start over a few times. I had a hard time following the story. After about a half hour it got better. It was still a little sloppy in places as well as having some gruesome details I could have lived without.
I think A.B. Richards is a pretty creative writer and Andrew Jones did a good job narrating the story. I'd like to hear him in other settings.
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Stay healthy. Stay free. And stay radical.
The best things I can say about Rescue are that it: Moved along briskly, was well-written enough not to be awkward or clunky and the plot offered some rather surprising twists and turns.
On the negative side: Characters were poorly developed cut-outs, story was largely under-told (too short) and disorganized (background lore might be better at the front or peppered throughout, as opposed to tacked onto the end) – and lastly, the elephant in the room as far as I’m concerned, the narrator was just a total mismatch for the story. Why somebody would choose a sort of prim and proper sounding British narrator for a gritty murder plot set in Los Angeles (or Houston?) in which the protagonist is a Hispanic female is beyond me. The narration itself was fine, but I found Mr. Bennett’s performance of the dialogue to be rather awful, which was a major distraction throughout.
Finally, so as not to be too negative, I do thing the author Mr. Richards has a considerable amount of storytelling talent, so I would encourage him to continue writing in this vein, just going a bit farther next time and having more input and/or discretion in choosing an audiobook narrator.
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Yes, the narrator was awesome, liked the accent.
Yes! Very moving and emotionally engaging.
I liked the cat throughout the story.
Yes, and I don't normally. I was grossed out, concerned, fully engaged and even did a fist bump or two
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This has some disturbing content, but works for the story. Just an FYI, but I fully suggest giving it a full listen, well worth a purchase, in my opinion. I hope to see another book in this series soon.
I found this book very interesting different mystery/horror but too short .Are you going to follow Detective Quetzel Cazares’s adventure as the kitten grows? Some parts nice and gruesome .This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast. Thank you!
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