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The Morrigna

Paranormal Mystery (The Maurin Kincaide Series, Book 1)
Narrated by: Sierra Kline
Length: 10 hrs and 5 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)
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Psychic - check. Badass chick with a sword - check. Able to heal from deadly wounds in an instant - that's me. 

But something is wrong. Something for which my years as an interrogator for the Salem Preternatural Task Force or the witches, werewolves, and vampires from whom I take orders prepared me. Someone is trying to strip me of my powers, take permanent residence in my body, kill me one demon at a time.  

But I won't let them, not without a fight. 

My name is Maurin Kincaide - psychometric, and this is my story.

©2009 Rachel Rawlings (P)2018 Rachel Rawlings

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Very enjoyable <br /><br />

Really enjoyed it, I can not wait for Book 2 to be released . Can we get a hint when book 2 will be ready .

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Cool world

Didn't head where I expected. Will be curious to see what happens in book 2. Nice narration.

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Too much going on....

There are a ton of interesting things here but I almost think there are too many ideas. There are a lot of characters that don't really contribute to the narrative and a lot concepts that probably don't need to get introduced in the first book. It's easy to lose track of what the plot is and what is there felt kind of cramped, rushed, and a little anti-climactic with the deus ex machina at the end. Still, I'd be interested in seeing more about this world if it wasn't trying so hard to cram it all in. Hoping there is more supernatural police procedural in the rest of the series. Solid read from a good narrator helped keep things from getting too confusing and kept it interesting.