This was the second in the Harper Connolly series I have "read". I messed up in the order, but it didn't make a ton of difference. Since I so loved ..Show More »the Sookie Stackhouse mysteries, I was excited about starting this series. It took be just a bit to get into the story, but the storyline was good,Harper's "gift" is so unusual, the characters well developed and I had a hard time stopping the listen. I basically listened to it non-stop. The narration was the only problem I had as I felt it was too unemotional and made the main character seem very bland. It also made the relationship between Harper and her brother seemed strained, although based on the book that is not the case. The humorous remarks in the story had little emotion due to the narration. All in all, I would recommend this book and the series. It was very enjoyable and I loved the premise!
I loved the narrator, so I disagree with the previous reviewer - but then everyone looks for something different when hearing a story.
Th..Show More »e premise of this story was so odd - but it held me from the beginning. I liked it so much, I went back and downloaded the first one in the series - Grave Sight - and loved that one, too.
The third book, An Ice Cold Grave, is supposed to be released on September 25th- I sure hope Audible gets it right away.
I have enjoyed all the Harper Connolly books from Charlaine Harris and this one was no exception. Alyssa Bresnahan did her usual stellar job in bringi..Show More »ng Harper to life. Many loose ends from earlier books were tied up and Harper really grew as a character, since Tolliver was somewhat sidelined. I understand that there will be more books in the series, so this one is really an ending and a beginning for Harper and Tolliver. Not to mention that I was completely gobsmacked by the revelations at the end of the book!