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Publisher's Summary

I was burned at the stake at 14....

I was drowned in a lake when I was 24....

At 27, I was stoned in a public square....

I have died a hundred times in a hundred different ways, usually at the hands of the humans I've tried to save. But when a pregnant young woman finds her way into my tattoo shop with a demon on her tail, things go from bad to worse. Being a centuries-old witch isn't going to help me - nothing will.

This time I might just die in a way that sticks...permanently.

©2018 Annie Anderson (P)2020 Annie Anderson

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good but new narrator please

The storyline was good and entertaining, but the narrator dropped her voice at the end of each sentence so it sounded like it was spoken by a the stereotypical dumb clueless beach blond.

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The narrator is Max personified

I've read this book, well, the entire series a couple times, but listening to it is a whole new experience! The narrator brings Max to life exactly as I hear her in mind. Very well done! Simply amazing!

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loved the book but its way too short

I really liked the story, all things considered. the narrator took some getting used to, and I had to re-listen to a lot at the beginning because her intonations were very distracting, but I did get used to it. What irritates me is how short the book is- 4 1/2 hours? Most books I buy are 11-13 hours, it should not cost a whole credit. I feel like I am being majorly taken advantage of and I don't see how I could possibly afford to listen to more of her books.

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A Great Intro to a great urban fantasy romp

great story, good worldbuilding, great characters, looking forward to more. its a fun series

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love the story

meh about the narrator, but I will listen to the second book at least. LOL

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Just awful.

If I heard one more line about the size of her breasts or what her stiletto heels looked like I'd have vomited.

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  • Jessica Wolfe
  • 10-07-20

Interesting story, horrible narration

It took a few attempts to get through this due to the narration. The story is at times witty, at times gruesome and an intriguing, if a little slight, supernatural fantasy. The narration is DIRE, I’ve never had to slow a book down before but this narrator reads at a breathless pace with no pauses. Just to get coherent sentences I had to slow it down. The voice of the heroine is fine if kind of nasal and whiny, the other character voices are dire and hard to distinguish, the accent work is even worse. Think I’ll have to read the next book if I want to know more, couldn’t take that narration for even another hour!