Parts were skimmed over that should have been elaborated, making the story feel uneven. A lack of secondary characters development, they feel quite fl..Show More »at. As a whole I didn't like the story as well as the others other series but I think I'll get the second one a chance in the hope that things will improve. I really didn't like the ending of this one it was quite upsetting as it continues to make the heroine a victim.
Despite some less then ideal turns of events for Bo, the story maintains a slightly gloomy feeling to it while keeping you thoroughly entertained. It ..Show More »is just as fun as the first one and sets the stage for (hopefully) many entertaining adventures in the future. The performance is great. I must say that my favorite kind of narrator gets the story across in such a way that you don't even realize that it's being read to you because the story just flows, and that is really the case here. The performance feels effortless in a very nice way.
Very easy listening and engaging whether u follow the plot or not. Characters starting to flesh out and become familiar. Why is it the perpetrators n..Show More »ever get exactly what's coming to them? Don't know. Suspect it happens in real life also. Delightful to find a female character that is independent without sacrificing her compassion.
Helen Harper is turning out to be one of my favorite Authors her books keep getting better and better. If you like Patricia Briggs, Jeanine Frost, Dar..Show More »ynda Jones, Ilona Andrews you will like Helen Harper. Definitely would recommend this series ;)
I'm hoping next book in the series explains this ending!
I'm totally confused by the ending of this #5 book. Series sometimes fall into the trap of having to out shock the last book in each remaining one. T..Show More »his was a shock but failed to make sense. The final results could have easily been avoided by other means by the perpetrator. Sorry, don't want to give anything away. Yes, I know this is fantasy but l like them best when they mirror real life. unlimited powers mean just that. I guess the 'lesson' is that revenge is never justified because of collateral damage?