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Publisher's Summary

Not everyone can take on the nightside. Not everyone tries. But Jill Kismet is not just anyone. She’s a Hunter, trained by the best - and in over her head. Welcome to the night shift....

©2008 Lilith Saintcrow (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Great story, awful narration

What made the experience of listening to Night Shift the most enjoyable?

I love the fast pace of the story. Never a dull moment and easy to keep paying attention to the story for long periods of time.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I liked Jill be because she is strong but flawed. She is a hero but not a perfect person and it's easy to sympathize with her character.

Would you be willing to try another one of Joyce Bean’s performances?

Joyce Bean is one of the worst narrators I have ever listened to and it's a shame that she has ruined otherwise good books with her voice and over pronunciation of words. When I purchased this book I didn't think to check to see who the narrator was. If I had known it was JB then I would have just read the book instead of listened to it. She is the reason I didn't give this book a 5 star rating.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Well written, well read

The story will leave you wanting more (thank God this is a part of a series) and the narrator really takes an ownership to where you really feel you are listening to Jill Kismet.