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On LA’s mean streets, young lives are often cut short, and Chelsea’s is no exception. A large wager has been placed on her imminent demise and she’s disappeared. Forced underground in a desperate attempt to find her client, Kate searches the City of Angels’ darkest, deadliest corners, uncovering a tangled conspiracy of revenge and betrayal. But time is running out, and as Kate stares down the face of evil, she must quickly solve the puzzle and rescue Chelsea before the young girl’s prayers for help become her last.
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By Aaron P. Lazar on 09-08-12
Another winner by Michael Prescott!
What made the experience of listening to Grave of Angels the most enjoyable?
In addition to the usual taut suspense and fast-paced action, I loved the mystery of the main character's past. A former nun, now a security agent, Kate Malick is a superb characters with plenty of mysteries of her own. I LOVED this book!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Grave of Angels?
The chase scene through the streets where Kate was helping Chelsea to escape - phenomenal!
What about Joyce Bean’s performance did you like?
I loved her voice, her interpretations of the words, and the way she changed for each character. What a dynamic range of voices!!! Well done!
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I was addicted to it!
Any additional comments?
I'm so glad that Michael Prescott's books are now on Audible. I read them also as eBooks but this way I can get more books into my head when I'm walking and driving. I'm buying them all!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Tracy T on 08-03-17
Pretty good story and narration.
This was a pretty good psychological mystery/thriller. I enjoyed this book, it kept me listening and entertained. It was easy to follow along and not get confused. It all flowed very well and there was a lot of dialogue throughout the entire book.
I really liked Kate Malick's character. Yeah, she wasn't a very good nun. LOL She was smart and subtle with the quick wit. The bad guy did kill a lot of people in this book. He was really bad. Someone complained about the F bomb getting dropped a lot. There were several times it was dropped but considering the genre of the book it is absolutely expected/required. Had this bad guy not been cussing it would have made this book stupid. So in my opinion, thank for those F bombs!
As for the narration, it was very good. I really liked it. The men sounded like men and Kate's voice was awesome. Everyone got their own distinct voice and she read with emotion as called for. Her reading voice is nice too.
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