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The narration is poor. The inflection used for the main character makes her sound whiny and childish when she probably is meant to be clever and witty, if a bit quirky. But even if the narration had been better, this installment is not as good as the first two in the series. A good deal of the plot is painfully obvious and yet it takes most of the book for any one to "get it." While the visions help move the story along, I hope the next one doesn't have quite as many dream sequences and concentrates more on the current relationships.
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As is the usual for Kelley Armstrong, the book is amazing!! I can't even think of the words to explain how amazing. The twists the turns I was literally holding my breath for the majority of this book. Read it now. Now. You will not regret it. However, notice I said read not listen. The primary narrator in this book is a nightmare. She makes the main man sound like a prepubescent weasel when he's supposed to be huge and tough. She makes the second guy sound like a perpetually stoned teenager. I can't even listen to his dialogue with out cringing! And she makes the protagonist sound alternately like an old crone or a whining child! Ugh!!!! So much incredible book ruined by this voice. It's hard to picture the characters how they are supposed to be and therefore fully get and enjoy the story when the voice makes me cringe. Please please have a different narrator for the next two books!! Maybe even redo the last 3??!! They'd be much more enjoyable. The secondary narrator, is much much better!! Just make her the full narrator!!
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