Elven Blood : Imp

  • by Debra Dunbar
  • Narrated by Angela Rysk
  • Series: Imp
  • 11 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sam may be the Iblis, but she is also an imp with a price on her head. The powerful demon, Haagenti, won't rest until she's dragged back to Hel for "punishment". Sam knows she can't face Haagenti and win, so when an Elf Lord offers to eliminate the demon in return for her help, Sam jumps at the chance. It's a simple job - find and retrieve a half-breed monster dead or alive. But finding this demon/elf hybrid isn't proving easy and time is running out.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great book... Sound editing was annoying

I'm enjoying this series a lot. The book was great can't wait for another. I laughed so hard when she admitted to wearing a decapitated head she was studying, on top of hers when no one was there. That moment sticks out.

Narrator is good, but whoever cut it up and put 7-10 second pauses between each damn thought needs a smack to the head. It was very distracting. I thought the app shut off a couple times when she just stopped talking... Nope. Just bad editing. A lot of times you'd hear the narrator swallow in those pauses, also.

I still listened and finished it happily. I would still recommend.
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- A. Hogue

Series is growing on me.

Can a demon learn to curb her darker side? Sam does have a hard time with this, she just wants to have fun, but the angels, demons, elves and humans keep demanding her time, energy, and blood. If it can go wrong, it will. This book isn't quite as funny as the last book, but the boom stick part was my favorite. The world building is intriguing and events have spiraled out of control for Sam, plus her to do list keeps getting longer and longer. This series is not for everyone. There are a few distasteful parts that could turn you off the story, luckily the plot gets better over time and this story is about a demon. I did end up listening to the story on fast speed because the narrator was so slow that it drove me nuts. I normally can ignore the narrator flaws, all but being slow this puts me to sleep.

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- Teresa

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-11-2014
  • Publisher: Debra Dunbar