New York Times best-selling author Kim Harrison returns to the Hollows with the electrifying follow-up to her acclaimed Pale Demon!
Ritually murdered corpses are appearing across Cincinnati, terrifying amalgams of human and other. Pulled in to help investigate by the I.S. and the FIB, former witch turned day-walking demon Rachel Morgan soon realizes a horrifying truth: a human hate group is trying to create its own demons to destroy all Inderlanders, and to do so, it needs her blood.
She's faced vampires, witches, werewolves, demons, and more, but humanity itself might be her toughest challenge yet.
©2012 Kim Harrison (P)2012 HarperCollinsPublishers
Not yet, though I plan to; she is a fantastic narrator.
I don't understand the harsh reviews, and I can't wait for the next book in this captivating series.
NO. I have read/listened to this series from the beginning and have not been disappointed until this book. The author was uninspired and the story just lays there. This is a great dissapointment. Why Audible thinks this book is worth 2 CREDITS. Really? Marguerite Gavin is like always an amazing narrator.
boring. nothing new.
She gives each character the depth of personality i think the author intended.
no. The series maybe, not this particular book.
Why did you kill off Kisten and then give her poor replacemnts?
i like the narrator and she brings life to the books and she is both good for male and female characters,
I would have to say it is one of the better stories I have heard in a while
I would say I would compare this book to Dreamfever by Karen Marie Moning. Because this is when the female lead, really embraces who she is
Her voice really adds to the characters. It makes the vision of this world easier for me
This is one of my favorite series. I am enjoying the whole Rachel as a demon and what that's going to mean going forward for not only Rachel, but for the world as a whole. I like the dynamic of Rachel and Trent and the whole will they or won't they thing. I am also intrigued by what may happen with Al and Lucy and Rae. Marguerite Gavin is great as narrator.
This book is toward the top. After listening to the previous books, I like how the characters are evolving.
It had everything I like in a book. I laughed at parts, I cried at parts. There was intense action. Character development. It made me not only like the book but appreciate the series more and look forward to where it was going.
In addition, Kim Harrison is very good about making you feel present in the scene and like you are having a conversation with the characters. The narration between dialog is exciting and full of personality.
She's an excellent narrator. I like the variance in voices. Plus she acts them out and does an excellent job putting emotion and action in the whole story, not just dialog. I think you wouldn't get as much of Rachel's personality by just reading it. I can't put my finger on it, but I'm glad I listened to it rather than read it.
oh yeah. I listen in the car on my commute and was actually hoping for traffic.
The only down side is I wish there was less
Extraordinary, Simply, Extraordinary
I am falling in love with Trent. You can't put him in a box. He can be coldly homicidal, then turn around and be protective of those he loves. It looks like Kim Harrison is writing towards a romantic relationship between Trent and Rachel.
Often, these paranormal fantasy books become bland as they get longer. Kim keeps finding ways to keep the series new and enjoyable. I look forward to book 11.
I read a few reviews that complained about Rachel's character and the ending ot this book and can't really understand them. I like the Hollows series, I like the characters and I like some things didn't exactly go in the direction one would think (look out for the men who don't belong and don't make assumptions.) I agree Rachel could do more listening to the people around her, but then again I've met many Rachel Maryanna Morgon's before and guess what - they never listen, fall backwards into trouble and pretty much Forrest Gump their way out of the same trouble. If you're a fan of this series, as I am, you will enjoy this book.
As to Marguerite Gavin, no one else does this story like she does (as proven when someone else took on the reading and got a lot of the character interpretations and pronounce names completely wrong.) Can't see listening to this without Miss Gavin - especially her voice of Jinx, which is the voice I hear.
Over all enjoyable and wonderful edition to the series. It's a same you can't pass on Audiobooks like you pass on regular books, I would love to have so many people experience this awesome series.
Bringing Al back, and the relationship between Rachel and Trent moving forward instead of being stuck on the same groove in the record every story.
Voice to the characters, a sense of drama to the story even when characters have to sit back and watch action from afar and a sense that she was born to do this audiobook
I have been happily married for 17 years, I have 3 children (12, 14, & 16), and 2 dogs. I am currently working on a 2nd degree. Life is chaotic and stressful, but I wouldn't change it. I am blessed and enjoying my life.
Let me say first, that I have really enjoyed this series. I have listened or read all the books. But why did she sound so whiney?! She made all these threats throughout the entire story and backed it up with NOTHING! ZIP! NADA! Just a whiney little girl with lots of words and just full of it. If you are a freakin demon you ought to be able to kick butt, what the heck!
i was quite disappointed with this new book, despite having waited months for it. the storyline was disappointingly repetitive and Rachel morgan came across as a bit of a retarded dimwit. i found it really frustrating, given the rich storyline of the previous books.
was definitely not at all impressed, especially given how ridiculously expensive it was.
great performance though.
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