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Publisher's Summary

On the heels of Kitty's return from London, a new werewolf shows up in Denver, one who threatens to split the pack by challenging Kitty's authority at every turn. The timing could not be worse; Kitty needs all the allies she can muster to go up against the ancient vampire, Roman, if she's to have any hope of defeating his Long Game. But there's more to this intruder than there seems, and Kitty must uncover the truth-fast. Meanwhile, Cormac pursues an unknown entity wreaking havoc across Denver. And a vampire from the Order of St. Lazaurus tempts Rick with the means to transform his life forever.
©2013 Carrie Vaughn, LLC (P)2013 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By michele on 04-01-13

Worst Book in a Wonderful Series

Would you listen to Kitty Rocks the House again? Why?

Probably not, well I probably will right before the next book comes out to refresh my memory. But I have read the other books a few times for the thrill of it.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I did like the part about Kitty's role as alpha being challenged. But it wasn't as exciting as I thought it may of been. The least interesting was the priest vampire. There just wasn't enough focus on any of the many things happening in this book.

What about Marguerite Gavin’s performance did you like?

Marguerite Gavin is a dream narrator. She is awesome. Between her reading the Kitty Norville books and the Rachel Morgan 'Hollows" books, she has become my favorite narrator ever. In the 100's of audio books I've listened to Marguerite Gavin, Johanna Parker and Lorelei King, Luke Daniels, Amanda Ronconi and Sean Runnette are my favorites.I have chosen books only because they were doing the reading. A great narrator can make a bad book more interesting. just like a bad narrator can ruin even the best books. But match up an awesome book with a fabulous narrator and it's an audio book listeners dream.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, but for the wrong reasons. Usually if I listen to a book non-stop it's because it's so intriguing that you just don't want to put it down. This time I just kept waiting for something to happen and basically I wanted to get it over with. There were 3 other books released that week that I was excited about, that just wanted to get to one of those. Kitty Rocks the House was the one I was most excited about though.

Any additional comments?

I LOVE this series, it's one of my favorites. But I'm sick to death of this Roman, Long Game story line, get on with it already. There's been so much build up it better be worth the wait. Kitty seemed to be in a funk the whole time, which if you read the other books you know that her humor and energy are the best parts of Kitty. It had a lot of good parts, but it seemed that so much was going on that there wasn't enough focus on any of the plot points. So I didn't hate the book, but I was truly disappointed in this installment of the series.

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful

1 out of 5 stars
By Aimee on 05-04-13

What a bore!

I am usually a Kitty Norville fan but I have become increasingly disappointed with the series. There was not a lot original here to add to the plot line. Long Game. . .blah, blah, blah. I basically listened to the first two chapters then skipped to the middle for a chapter and then listened to the last chapter. In a nutshell, with fast forward the whole book took me less than 2 hours to get through and I don't feel like I missed a thing. Moreover, I'm disgusted that Carrie Vaughn has decided to base future books on a religious war. How cliche! In conclusion, all I have to say is "Bye, bye Kitty Norville!"

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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