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Summary: Bee’s back and she’s got her hands full. There’s murder and mayhem afoot and bigger crises like warding off would-be suitors.
- I think I’ve said it before: this is my brand of weird. That said, it’s probably not going to be everybody’s cup of tea. If you’re in the mood for a serious book, definitely wrong series.
- If you’re in the mood for fun and weird, definitely a great series to try.
- The series combines the charm of Alexander McCall Smith’s #1 Detective Agency with the random, wacky weirdness of Seth Graham Smith’s Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies.
- I’ve listened to a lot of audiobooks lately and these are always a light-hearted bit of escapism.
- The character has a few quirks that can come across as annoying, especially in the way she describes things. But overall, it’s still highly entertaining.
- I find the blurb a tad misleading after you’ve heard or read the story, but if you enjoyed the first story, I see no reason for you to dislike this one. If this is your introduction to the series, you might want to grab book one so you have some context.
Conclusion: Decent entry in an awesome series.
*I heard the audiobook version for free. I chose to review the story.
I love Vered Ehsani's Society for Paranormal series. Book two picks up soon after book 1 and continues this delightful trip. It's kind of a female Sherlock Holmes investigating paranormal problems in turn of the century Africa. Unique and well-written. NOT a formula driven story, despite my reference to Sherlock. Vered writes in a style all her own which is very well done and quite intriguing. I've been hoping for book 3 to come out in audio but I've waited all I can. I just picked up the ebook version to continue my travels with Bea.
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