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Publisher's Summary

Curses and Cons. Magic and the Mob.
Cassel always thought he was an ordinary guy, until he realized his memories were being manipulated by his brothers. Now he knows the truth - he’s the most powerful curse worker around. A touch of his hand can transform anything - or anyone - into something else. That was how Lila, the girl he loved, became a white cat. Cassel was tricked into thinking he killed her, when actually he tried to save her. Now that she’s human again, he should be overjoyed. Trouble is, Lila’s been cursed to love him. And if Lila’s love is as phony as Cassel’s made-up memories, then he can’t believe anything she says or does.
When Cassel’s oldest brother is murdered, the Feds recruit Cassel to help make sense of the only clue—crime-scene images of a woman in red gloves. But the mob is after Cassel too—they know how valuable he could be to them. Cassel is going to have to stay one step ahead of both sides just to survive.
©2011 Holly Black (P)2011 Listening Library
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4 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on 09-01-11

Heart this series

For no good reason, I kept skipping Holly Black, despite the fact that I'd had her recommended to me. What a loss.
The story is compelling. Even the good characters are kind of bad. No one is perfect, and even the worst people are somewhat likable. It's not precisely that you can't figure out what's going to happen before it does, but there are still so many good plot twists that you're always left wanting more. There is some angst, which is ordinarily annoying, but here is understandable and entirely tolerable. These kids have the right to whine, and despite a love story element, there is no ridiculous "OMG, I'm 16 and have known you for 3 seconds, but I'll love you forever and ever and life would be meaningless without you" junk that can make YAs unreadable.
The narration is excellent too. There's nothing in particular to single out and say, this is why this narration is great; it just is. There's nothing negative to say about the narration except perhaps that he doesn't do a lot of voices, so occasionally it can be somewhat difficult to determine who's talking. It's better though that he doesn't, because it keeps characters from sounding weird or being distracting in the story.
Can't wait for the next one.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Dave on 04-20-12

The Gloves are Off

From the startling murder at the beginning of the book, I couldn't stop listening to Holly Black's sequel to White Cat, and finished listening to it in two quick sittings.

The thing I was most surprised about by Red Glove is how much I enjoyed hanging out with Cassel and his pals as he drags them into his cons and tries to protect them in his own broken way. There are scenes in the book between him, Sam, Danica, and Lila that just make you feel like your part of the gang, and you hope against all the odds that everything will turn out alright for them.

Jesse Eisenberg narration is excellent. Some might say he sounds flat, but they're missing the point. He sounds exactly like Cassel should, holding all the cards tight against his chest, never giving away too much with inflection or voices.

It's more than a satisfying sequel to the first book in the series - the cons are better, it's sexier and more dangerous, and best of all the sense of community with Cassel and his friends is deeper. In short, it feels like there's much more at stake, and I became even more invested in this series - so much so, I'm pretty sure I enjoyed it even more than White Cat.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 09-09-17

Nice work!

Really nice work. So many twists that I was absolutely drawn to the story and stopped studying this afternoon! Jesse speaks fast as usual but also clear enough to follow up. Thanks for presenting such a nice work.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Andy on 01-05-15

Pretty good follow up to the first book.

I liked the first story a lot, and also enjoyed this book. I'm not a huge fan of the narration, but I will listen to all three, so nothing really bad, just personal preference.
The characters so get a bit more expansion, but I still think there could be more, hopefully in the third book.
I didn't think the ending was as good as the first, but that crackingly good, so tough task.
Overall good YA I think.

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