While this story is interesting and enjoyable, I feel an obligation to share that "there be mice" lots and lots of mice. Since I am one of those who h..Show More »as a rodent phobia, discovering that the heroine shares her living space with a colony of mice was off putting to say the least. I almost stopped listening. Thankfully I came back to the story and pushed through. In all honesty, the mice were more the mickey type than the horror story, attack the human type.
I enjoy this genre of books. Being an avid reader all my life, I have transferred this same enthusiasm to listening. I have been through many series and am constantly looking for new. What I liked the best about this book is the more human qualities the supernaturals are given. It is a different approach than all the "kill the bad" that many authors take. The snark wasn't bad either.
This wasn't the best series I've experienced but is was enjoyable and I think well worth the credit. Good start. Now I'm interested in seeing where this goes.
I listen to a lot of urban fantasy, and having done so a lot of story lines grow old.
This series is refreshingly different in many ways. No..Show More »t everything seems logical but it is not disturbingly so. This second book after "Discount Armageddon" is even better - it has it all: lots of never heard of fantastical creatures with different abilities, suspense, action, fights, family, feelings and a bit of romance (which wasn't overdone) and of course a lovable heroine.
The story is highly entertaining and I kept listening without my thoughts wandering off.
I couldn't have wished for anything different in the narration. Refreshing and fitting.
Now I am hoping for a third book in the series in the not to far future.
As I think to be able to value reviews for oneself it would be good to know this listener's preferences, so some of my favorite UF authors are: Kim Harrison (The Hollows) Ilona Andrews (Kate Daniels) Jennifer Estep (Elemental Assassin) Faith Hunter (Jane Yellowrock) Kevin Hearne (The Iron Druid Chronicles) Rachel Caine (Weather Warden) Molly Harper Charlaine Harris and so on...
This is a must read for paranormal fans. Every protagonist has a unique signature. Consider a family of protagonists, 3 kids, each with a different ..Show More »talent. The commonality is the mission of the family. This is one series that you really don't have to read it in order. The plot centers around a different sibling and how they combat difficulties in support of the Price family mission.
The word is set in contemporary America but there are many and varied sentient beings. Respecting and preserving the rights of those beings is the mission of the family. The antagonist are those that believe unless beings are "human" they don't have a right to exists.
Yes, you have a clear cut human rights situation, but it is presented in an entertaining manner. How can you side with people who don't believe in rights for all? McGuire does a great job in providing an assortment of sentient beings to enjoy.
I really would like a story which shows how the kids were raised. You get glimpses as each sibling recounts their history, but I want more.
It was a fun story overall. The Dance or Die crew was a little too obviously the SYTYCD host/judges with different names. For me it detracted from the..Show More » story. For some people it would probably be a plus.
I do enjoy this series and those amazing characters!!! And there are so many different characters and each one is amazingly unique.
In this ..Show More »book we get to know a new sister who we expect she will do A, B, C, then end at Z. But no way!! This book has one of the best endings so far in this series, and if you enjoyed the series so far, you will love this addition.
Narration is great, Emily Bauer does a great job in this series.