How to Claim an Undead Soul

Beginner's Guide to Necromancy Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Rebecca Mitchell
Length: 10 hrs and 24 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (197 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Life was simpler for Grier when she was flat broke and a social pariah. Now she's carrying the baggage that goes along with the title of Dame Woolworth, and shouldering that weight is giving her a serious crick in the neck. Her work as a Haint is the one thing that makes her feel normal, but even that's more paranormal than usual.  

Spirits are vanishing from well-known hot spots on the ghost tour circuit, and vampires are turning up as shriveled husks. Grier takes it upon herself to uncover what's preying on Savannah's supernatural community, and what she uncovers is bigger than a few flickering lampposts gone dark. It's a deadly threat unleashed by one of their own, and saving her city just might kill her.  

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Hailey Edwards (P)2018 Tantor

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Enjoyed it

Likable characters, interesting story line. I do wish that the narrator had used a Georgian accent for characters that were raised in Savannah.

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A great match

The producers of this series found a perfect match of story, reader and writer. The author takes the story line and weaves an intriguing tale that keep the reader interested and reaching for more. Great characters, and settings. The reader is first class!

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What a read!

4.5*s Greer, Amalie and Boaz are back on a brand new adventure. Things aren’t always as they seem and as this story tells, not all that’s seen can be unseen. I swear just when I figured out what was going on and who was doing what.... something else happened hat had me going hmmm... Greer is trying to learn the parts of her craft she missed out on while she was in jail. Her teacher, her childhood nemesis is trying to do all he can to show her he is there for her and not just as a way to spy on her. Though, Linus hasn’t proven himself... yet. The story unfolds and I tell you the more I listened the more I had to have. I just had to know what was happening next. I will say this, the big reveal, the final ball dropping had my heart breaking.... and it’s one of those things you never see aiming. So it was fantastic!

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terrible reader

I enjoyed this story but had to go back to reading it on my Kindle because the reader was quite poor. Every accent she did was exactly the same and it was bizarrely Russian sounding. A woman from India, an older Cajun woman etc all sounded like a Russian man.

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Love this world!

This series is fantastic! I love the intricacies and politics of mystic vs human worlds. The mystic society has a very detailed caste system. Can’t wait for the next novel!