Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
i would recommend this book. i think it is a good second installment in this series. i will definately get the third. I feel there is a lot of potential here, and the author is just getting the ground work down. interested to see where this all goes. there is still self doubt with the lead character Kara. She doesn't yet see her own potential and value but she is definately growing. Her power is growing and taking an interesting turn. The mystery is good, the crime scences are descriptive but not as shocking as the first book, not quite as dark. the romantic/sexual tension is good. The narration is good as well. give it a try. i would say you should start with the first book because it flows better that way. you don't want to miss how Kara got where she is, however they recap enough in this book you would get the basics.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
I enjoy a good whodunnit murder mystery, and that's precisely what BLOOD OF THE DEMON was, but with a paranormal edge. I'm still not entirely sure what's up with Ryan (although I do have a few guesses), and the Rhyzkahl thing was inevitable, so even though Kara's path is a tad predictable there's still a sizable chunk of unknowns to keep listeners engaged. Liv Anderson is definitely a narrator that I would recommend, especially when paired with Diana Rowland's writing style.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I want to thank Audible for getting book two in this series before I went on to book three. Previously I had purchased book one and loved it but Audible didn't have book 2 yet. They did have book 3 and I was unhappy 2 wasn't avaliable. Anyway I saw it was about to come out a few days after I listened to the first one, so a BIG thank you.
This is very interesting. I always like a story with a new idea that I haven't listened to before and this one covers it. Demon summons and police work combined is just a good but unusual combination for me. There is not much sexual content in this book, but like I've said before, a interesting book doesn't need it. I enjoy all the different types of demons and their characteristics. Kara is an interesting character and I enjoy her realtionships with her co-workers, family and the demonkind. It makes for a thirst for the next book. Due to the circumstances in this book I do think things are only going to get better.
It's a Yes from me on credit worthiness.
15 of 19 people found this review helpful
What did you love best about Blood of the Demon?
The plot was really intricate, and the characters always keep you guessing. Just when I thought I knew what was happening I was thrown a curve ball. I love that about these stories.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I really like Kara. She is a bit awkward but, incredibly strong and smart.
What does Liv Anderson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Her way of bringing each character to the surface.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Never cross a summoner
Any additional comments?
Great second book! Looking forward to the next one :) Worth a credit for sure.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
A great series and i just tried for Book 3 which is supposed to whispersync to.
But whilst Book 1,2 and 4 have the matching kindle and Audible titles available book 3 does not(at least in Australia) go figure. I have reported this issue to audible many times in the past and get a generic or mainly no reply and writing this here will get this wiped
I recommend this series to those who like Fantasy/mystery/police, in the case of the mystery/police the probably like this better if the don't mind tales that take them out of there comfort zone
The narrator Author do a wonderful job of immersing you into the characters and the story
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
this series but even after giving sequel a chance I just couldnt stay interested or care about finishing. Loved white trash zombie series but this one doesnt have the depth of character or humor in the plot that WTZ has. Use your credits on that. Its exceptional.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful