The daughter of a vampire and sister of a devil walking, Valerie finds out she has something neither her brother nor her father possesses: she has honor.
Now, she needs to flee a brother who leaves her for dead. Because, if there is one thing Valerie understands it's that justice doesn't turn the other cheek.
One hundred fifty years after a near apocalypse, the world is rebuilding. Survival has become the only rule, and justice is in short supply. Now, justice has come calling.
Justice Is Calling is part of The Kurtherian Gambit Universe.
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Kate Rudd's performance does not disappoint!
Speaking to the series in general, I have been truly caught up in the Kurtherian Gambit (TKG) world since "Death Becomes Her" first came out that I get antsy waiting for new works to appear! Not once in the past 10 to 15 years I have I re-read a book (several times even). I am impressed with the world and character development, style of writing and lack of "fluff 'n stuff, page fillers"!
Being moderately vision impaired I am, and have always been, most comfortable with books narrated by a skilled human. The advent of the text-to-speech (TtS) function with Kindles, in conjunction with Kindle Unlimited, made audio books considerably less expensive, yet I love a well narrated book.
As usual, Kate Rudd does not disappoint in her reading of Justice is Calling, the beginning of the Reclaiming Honor series, by Justin Sloan and Michael Anderle. Her skill in narration brought this book to life! There was never a question who was speaking, their emotions or emotional responses – the book flows so well I got caught up listening until late (early?).
One other commentator thought he/she believed Ms. Rudd ought to have given Valerie and Sandra a bit more of a French accent. I went back and listened to areas where they were speaking – it sounded to me as though Ms. Rudd gave them each very faint and distinctly different accents. On the other hand, Europe is already very homogenous and I can only assume 150 years into the future (or 150 after the WWDE) it would be even more so and many of the spoken languages may have merged. Here again, in my mind Ms. Rudd did an outstanding job.
I am basing my assessment of Ms. Rudd’s work with Justice is Calling on previous experience having listened to her performance of:
The Boundary Magic Series
Fangborn (book 1 of the Fangborn series)
The Wretched of Muirwood (vol. 1 in the Legends of Muirwood)
The Kricket series
The Queen’s Poisoner
As with several other reviewers, I was offered a free copy of the Audible version of this novel in exchange for an unbiased review.
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