Audie Award Finalist, Paranormal, 2014
The ever after, the demonic realm that parallels our own, is shrinking, and if it disappears, so does all magic. It’s up to witch-turned-daywalking-demon Rachel Morgan to fix the ever-after before the fragile balance between magic users and humans fails.
Of course, there’s also the small fact that she caused the ley line to rip in the first place, and her life is forfeit unless she can fix it. And that the most powerful demon in the ever after - the soul-eater Ku'Sox Sha-Ku'ru - has vowed to destroy Rachel, and has kidnapped her friend and goddaughter as leverage. If Rachel doesn’t give herself up, they will die.
Forced by circumstance, Rachel teams up with elven tycoon Trent Kalamack - a prospect fraught with dangers of the heart as well as betrayal of the soul - to return to the ever after and rescue those she loves.
Both worlds teeter on the brink, one on a possible interspecies war, the other for its very existence, and it’s up to Rachel to keep both from being destroyed.
©2012 Kim Harrison (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers
The story was disconnected and rambling. It would go chapters about seemingly unimportant subjects. When it did come back to the original story line, it was confusing and vague. The characters talked over each other and it became irritating and confusing. I felt this was one instance were the written book might have been more enjoyable. The voices of the different characters were distracting, and seemed to be at odds with each other.
I have followed these books from the beginning and I really enjoyed how this book was going. I would love to see romance interest go some where but I also love how all the people in the story are growing and changing. I laughed, and cried with this book and I look forward to see what Kim Harrison comes up with next for Rachel, Jinx, Ivy, And Trent.
This is a wonderful story reader. I love any book that Marguerite Gavin does. She brings the people in the stories to life.
Growth of a Demon.
I do hope others enjoy it as much as I did.
First of all I didn't realize this was book 11 in a series (my bad) so I got the first one from the library and found that I didn't like the story at all. So over the top unbelievable and the story just jumped around. I tried but just couldn't like any of the characters. I really wanted to like the first one so I could get my monies worth but I basically wasted $20+ dollars on something I can't stand. It looks like many do considering this is the 11th in a series. Yuck.
All of it...
She is fine. Not memorable in any way. Gets the job done. I wouldn't seek out her work but wouldn't turn it away either.
Her voice grated on my nerves. The voices she gave the characters made even the ones I loved difficult.
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