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Publisher's Summary

Patricia Briggs' "unique" (Kliatt) novel of a slave, swordwielder, and spy gets a second life with an exciting new package to attract the fans that made her Mercy Thompson novels bestsellers.
©2011 Patricia Briggs (P)2011 Penguin Audio
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4 out of 5 stars
By Tara on 03-02-12

good, not great, but good

Would you consider the audio edition of Steal the Dragon to be better than the print version?


Would you be willing to try another book from Patricia Briggs? Why or why not?

i love patricia briggs, and i love most of her books (the Mercy Thompson Series is a must read), so i had high hope for this book (i loved masques) but i didn't fall in love with any for the charaters (like i did with wolf).

Have you listened to any of Jennifer James Bradshaw’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

i have heard her in The hob's Bargan and it was ok, but i would have had Katherine Kellgren read all of the Sianim Series.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?


Any additional comments?

dont think of it as part of Sianim Series (Masques and Wolfsbane) think of it as its own book.

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13 of 15 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Antoinette on 02-22-12

Narrator tried too hard to sound 'sexy'

I've read every book written by Patricia Briggs at least twice, and have listened to all her audio books until this one. I found Ms Bradshaw's narration irritating, so much so that i couldn't listen to the book. It seemed she was trying too hard to make her voice smooth and husky instead of using a natural tone. If not for that, I might have been able to listen to the characters because they didn't seem too bad at first, and I thought once she got into the book, they'd only improve. Unfortunately, I found myself grinding my teeth at her narrator's voice. Disappointing.

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