That Ghoul Ava Kicks Some Fairy A** : That Ghoul Ava

  • by TW Brown
  • Narrated by Pamela Lorence
  • Series: That Ghoul Ava
  • 5 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ava Birch is a ghoul. Still wading through the world of Supernaturals, she is discovering that daytime soaps have nothing on the drama in her life. Lisa Jenkins, her best friend and human companion, is training to join an organization that tried to eradicate every ghoul on the planet. Morgan, her so-called adviser, continues to answer in as little detail as possible...and now the faeries are causing people to have orgies in the middle of a shopping mall. Welcome to the real world of the Supernaturals where all that stuff you read is based on fact.

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Super Fun Read and great narration.

What made the experience of listening to That Ghoul Ava Kicks Some Fairy A** the most enjoyable?

The series is getting more gripping & more interesting! the narrator is doing a wonderful job of portraying Ava and the other characters. Totally enjoying the progression of the series and the fun take on some supernatural dudes :)


Who was your favorite character and why?

Ava!!! she's kinda coming into her own!! I want to be her friend!!!


What about Pamela Lorence’s performance did you like?

her perkiness and the way she brings the story to life :)


If you could take any character from That Ghoul Ava Kicks Some Fairy A** out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Ava!!! but not sure where I could find her a meal for the night :) I just wanna pick her brain and hang out :)


Any additional comments?

Can't wait for more!!!

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- RC Martine

Just buy the whole series

I am not usually into this genre, but a friend recommended the That Ghoul, Ava series to me, so I decided to give it a shot. I am glad I did! Author TW Brown weaves a fun bit of yarn that involves a tapestry of characters, including a cold and sardonic supernatural psychic, an overly confident Queen of the Zombies, a couple hot (but not sparkling) vampires, a templar-in-training, and of course, That Ghoul, Ava.

I originally read the books, and liked them so much, that when I got the chance to listen to and review the series on Audible, I leapt at the chance.

Ava becomes a Ghoul in the first book of the series. Her inner monologue is an adventure all on its own. She may or may not have a raging case of ADHD, which makes her an easy to identify with character for me. Her mind-wandering inner monologues rival that of JD on the TV show, Scrubs.

The cast of characters are fun and interesting, especially the way Ava describes them. Combine all of the above with a nice dose of '80s music fangirling, and you've got a recipe for a great listen.

Pamela Lorence does a nice job of narrating the stories, though I must say that my mind's voice for Ava was a lot more droll and Daria-like. Even so, I think she was a good choice for Ava's audiobook presence.

Something that is an added bonus is that the author of the series is on Facebook, and he is very nice, likes input, and actually replies when you write on his wall. It's not too often that you can have actual contact with writers of the books you're reading! You should just go ahead and use your credits or buy the series now. You can't go wrong. Fun books! I hope TW Brown does more with Ava.
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- Jennifer "Amsterdam, The Netherlands."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-06-2014
  • Publisher: May December Publications, LLC