Chicks Kick Butt

  • by Rachel Caine, Karen Chance, Rachel Vincent, P. N. Elrod, Jenna Black, Nancy Holder
  • Narrated by Dina Pearlman, Justine Eyre, Chris Delaine, Kim Mai, Aimee Castle, Hilary Huber
  • 12 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Chicks are awesome - and never more so than when they are kicking some serious vampire/werewolf/demon/monster butt.
Chicks Kick Butt is an anthology that features one of the best things about the urban fantasy genre: strong, independent, and intelligent heroines who are quite capable of solving their own problems and slaying their own dragons (or demons, as the case may be).
Edited by Kerrie Hughes and Rachel Caine, Chicks Kick Butt features original stories from thirteen authors, eleven of whom are New York Times bestsellers:


Rachel Caine (with a story from her bestselling Weather Wardens universe)
L.A. Banks
Rachel Vincent
Karen Chance
Lilith Saintcrow
Cheyenne McCray
Susan Krinard
Jeanne Stein
Jenna Black
Elizabeth Vaughan
Carole Nelson Douglas
P.N. Elrod
Nancy Holder

Narrated by Justine Eyre, Khristine Hvam, Lauren Fortgang, Nicola Barber, Dina Pearlman, Piper Goodeve, Aimee Castle, Elizabeth Livingston, Christina Delaine, and Kim Mai Guest.

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Short and fun

As the title indicates this is an anthology of urban fantasy women kicking butts! I knew only about half of the series featured in this book, but I enjoyed both new and familiar girls kicking butt.
I especially enjoyed Karen Chance's short story about Dorina getting into a drinking bet with Chang the Chinese Vampire boss. There was no serious butt kicking in this story, however the funny banter and drunk Dorry was just great entertainment. I love the touching scene in the end with Louis-Cesare.
Now that they are making these Anthology with the original readers of the series, I can enjoy the audiobook without feeling discomforted by the difference.
There were actually some short stories that made me want to read the main story. BUT I've got to clear my to read list first.
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- Yuriko

When you have an antholigy .....50/50

Many of the anthology books I've read where there are different authors, I find that I will not really like them all. Sometime it's a 80/20 split but in this case. I found that more than half the stories were just trying to hard. The narrators did their best, however some of the story plots were so convoluted, they were hard to follow.
I did enjoy Rachel Caine, Karen Chance, Rachel Vincent P N Elrod. I was not familiar with the other authors, and I always like to learn about new work, but they just didn't hit it with me. I got this on sale so I really don't feel like I lost a credit. But if your budget minded and still want to get this wait for a sale. (just my personal opinion)
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- Bonnie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-07-2011
  • Publisher: Audible Studios