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For the last couple of novels, Davisdson has floundered. But in the last novel she set the stage for a confrontation between Betsy and her sister Laura. In Undead and Unwary, that confrontation plays out. I am please to report that this novel is excellent and a fabulous return to the fun spirited early books which made this series fun. We have a lot to chew on, Betsy matures, Laura doesn't disappoint, Jessica is hilarious, and the aunt and some new friends. Okay, you have to read it for yourself.
Wu does a fabulous job narrating as always. If you are a fan of the series, do not delay as I did. Another thing I liked in this novel was the way Davidson referred to her previous novels like footnotes instead of summarizing what we already knew -- a great device.
Go ahead a chomp it on down. You'll be glad you did.
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Is there anything you would change about this book?
I understand that the Betsy needs some inner monolog, but does does it have to take up more than 3/4ths of the book? The "story" is wonderful, it's her constant talking to herself that can get tiresome.
Would you recommend Undead and Unwary to your friends? Why or why not?
I have listened to every one of these books, and my only complaint is always the same. I have already recommended the story to friends.
What does Nancy Wu bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I LOVE the reader. I wouldn't change a thing about her!
Do you think Undead and Unwary needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
I know there is going to be two more books to finish the series. I will miss all the characters when the series ends.
Any additional comments?
Mrs. Davidson, I don't know if you read the comments, but please cut back just a little bit on her inner monolog. You are a wonderful writer with such an interesting story. I promise you do not need all the extra filler. With you till the end always,Tara
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