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Wolf Rain

Psy-Changeling Trinity Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Angela Dawe
Series: Psy-Changeling Trinity, Book 3
Length: 13 hrs and 26 mins
5 out of 5 stars (241 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Nalini Singh takes us on a new adventure in the latest novel of the Psy-Changeling Trinity series. 

The end of Silence was supposed to create a better world for future generations. But trust is broken, and the alliance between Psy, Changeling, and human is thin. The problems that led to Silence are back in full force. Because Silence fixed nothing, just hid the problems. 

This time, the Psy have to find a real answer to their problems - if one exists. Or their race will soon go extinct in a cascade of violence. The answer begins with an empath who is attuned to monsters - and who is going to charm a wolf into loving her despite his own demons. 

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Nalini Singh (P)2019 Tantor

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Singh delivers and does it well

Nalini Singh delivers again. Her creativity and consistency in her world building and plot are a source of great pleasure for me. Thank you!
In this installment of the Psy-Changeling series, we get Alexi’s story. A year ago, things went really wrong for him on the personal front; he truly believes he has no business taking a mate. While spending time at the home den, Alexi rescues an empath who has been imprisoned for many years. Yes, he feels protective towards her. It’s only natural, right?
Memory doesn’t believe she’s an empath. The psychopathic Psy who murdered her mother and took her when she was eight has told her so, over and over again. Can Sasha and the other empaths teach her differently? And just what kind of an empath is she? And what can she do? Just when the new ruling council believes they’ve found a way of preserving and repairing the net, a new complication rises.
Dawe does a good job of narration; she is the voice of this series. Can I just say that I appreciate a narrator who doesn’t mispronounce words?!
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Memory means more than memory

I loved the story. This story is going to be something that I listen to over and over and over again just like, Silver Silence and Caressed By Ice. I loved everything about this book and I'm super glad that we got to catch up with Dark rRiver and Snow Dancer. Also just because we are on the other side of the world does not mean that we did not get to hear or interact with the other characters in The Trinity series.

This book made me very antsy to get to hang out with all of the characters and I want everyone to get a book or at least a short but I know Miss Nalini Singh could take years upon years to write all the stories that her fans are itching for. I am just glad that this is not the last book in the series and that we got introduced to some old people that we may have forgotten about but has some interesting new abilities. Also there were new people were introduced to and I am very excited to see where they are heading.

I loved Memory and Alexei. They balance each other out so well that I giggled throughout the story. There were some sad moments but there are also some great moments as well. I am very interested to see if we find any more Psy out there that has the same ability as Memory that have hid because they didn't know what their ability met. Or they had a different interpretation of what their ability was thanks to somebody in their life.

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Love the Psy-changling books

i always have a hard time stopping when I start one of Nalino Singh books. They are easy to get lost in.

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Best new Trinity novel from Nalini Singh

I Loved! this story! The new branch of the E designation and the return of a psychic pairing that had previously just been touched on was so fun. Plus getting to see more of Lucy the Snow Dancer wolf was wonderful. Nalini outdid herself as usual, and Angela Dawe was superb as always!

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Best yet!

This whole series is so totally freaking awesome!
The story lines always flow smoothly and the characters are always engaging.
Wolf Rain is the best one yet!
I can hardly wait for the next after each book but most especially this one!
Thank you Nalini Singh for letting us share in this fantastic world you’ve created!

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Love this book and series!

Can’t get enough of this world! Keep the stories coming! Let’s have Uri’s next! Awesome characterizations!

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Yes. Loved being back with the pack.

This story had intriguing new elements to ongoing arc of story, but I got to see beloved characters of original Psi-Changling world again, which made me happy. And they were not just random cameos, it all fit together well.
The concept of a E Psi with a dark side was fascinating concept as well. Loved it from start to finish.

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Another Psi-Changling pairing for the series

A new designation of the “E” Psi is introduced in this book. The story involves, Alexi, one of the Snow Dancer Wolf lieutenants and the new E Psi, Memory. The story is pretty mild but explained more about rogue wolves and furthered the storyline concerning the deteriorating PsiNet. There are rather dull, predictable side plots about a psycho murder and a previously introduced powerful Psi businessman Pax Marshall, who has now developed mental problem. That side story was disappointing as it appears to be going nowhere fast. His story though introduces is mysterious twin Theodora, who has special hidden talents, as well as an Arrow named Uri, who befriended the special E, Memory. The psi changling world appears to develop through hints given in the side plots as they suggest at potential, future stories for the new characters as well as formerly evil twin Amara. I like that the author continues to include Many of the earlier characters in the community especially Caleb and Sahara, Luke and Sasha, Hawk and Sienna, and Judd and Brenna, Mercy and Reilly. It was a bit disappointing that Memory didn’t get to commiserate on Psycho Psi abductors with Brenna and Sahara or that Caleb, Sienna, Judd, Memory and Amara after a session didn’t get to commiserate about the blackness in their souls. Maybe next time.

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another great installment

Singh continues the Psy-Changeling saga with another excellent book. She is able to continue to advance the story arc by introducing new characters while weaving old favorites into the story. Definitely worth the credit.

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I LOVED THIS ONE

The narrator did a good job. I really loved the H/h of this story. The storyline was a departure from the last few books but it was enjoyable and still dealt with some of the issues of the overall continuous story arc.