The Drafter : The Peri Reed Chronicles

  • by Kim Harrison
  • Narrated by January LaVoy
  • Series: The Peri Reed Chronicles
  • 15 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Bourne Identity meets Minority Report in this first highly anticipated installment in number-one New York Times best-selling author Kim Harrison's sexy new romantic suspense trilogy, featuring a brilliant special task agent at the top of her field and set in a futuristic Detroit.
During a routine but dangerous Opti task, Peri Reed finds out her trusted partner has made her a corrupt agent. Her unique ability to jump back 40 seconds in time to correct a mistake leaves her vulnerable when her partner, who is responsible for replacing her memory of the event, gives her a false one. But Peri lives and dies on her intuition, and she begins to piece her twisted reality together as she flees her one-time secure situation at Opti and tries to find the truth with a sullen but talented psychologist named Silas who works for the very agency trying to bring the Opti corruption to light.
With Howard, tech and med specialist, and Taf, gun-toting daughter of the opposing grass-roots agency, Silas and Peri try to rebuild her memory of the night she killed her partner, knowing it will put her mental stability in danger. Peri remembers, and thoughts of revenge keep her alive and moving forward as she tries to put an end to Opti, working with the very faction that wants to see her dead.


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Customer Reviews

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Not as good as I expected...

I have a huge love for the Hallows and the universe surrounding it. So, I had high expectations for The Drafter as well, seeing how much I love Kim Harrison's writinh and Rachel Morgan.

I found this book tedious. I was waiting the entire time for some ephiphany from Peri to lead us into some place new and awesome. Instead I found that she got stuck and was lost in her own head over and over and over again. Same scene, different guy over and over.

I still think Peri has potential in the hands of Kim Harrison. I just wish the story had really gone somewhere and not just stalled out and gotten stuck.
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- Lisa

I'm so glad it's over

I love Kim Harrison. There hasn't been a book I've read of hers that I haven't enjoyed. And there is a first time for everything. I really hated the character of Perry. The story kept repeating backwards in time, like Ground Hog Day, and it really made me feel as if there was no progression in the story. It drug on and on. And the never ending internal dialogue of the continuously clueless (and kind of whiney) Perry made me grit my teeth. There's not as much dialogue in this story as there is explaining what is happening by the 3rd party narrator. I didn't like Perry, so I could care less what was constantly on her mind. The other characters in the book were not developed very well. I know that the Author writes some great stories and I will continue to read her work. This story just wasn't my cup of tea.
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- Beth

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-01-2015
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio