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indigenous-people, urban-fantasy, faerie, family-dynamics, grieving, magic
In way too short a time 19 year old Cat suffers loss of loved ones and the loss of her reality. She learns what really happened to her mother, as well as the real significance of the graveyard at their home. Raised in a mortuary she has seen other people's corpses, and raised by a mother attuned to natural healing she was in college for premed. But nothing could have prepared her to come face to face with a whole new kind of reality. Maybe she should have been reading about Harry Dresden and Mercy Thompson instead of anatomy and physiology. I found the novel addicting and entrancing despite the wrenchingly sad parts.
Stephanie Fritz was amazing as narrator and made me really glad to have her pronounce the words of other languages.
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What did you love best about Rose Petal Graves?
Main female character - she has a charisma, will, and power. She can handle all those problems around her and her ancestors.
What other book might you compare Rose Petal Graves to and why?
This is urban fantasy, and I can compare it with The City of Bones, even more - this book is much better!
Which character – as performed by Stephanie Fritz – was your favorite?
I like everyone performed by Stephanie Fritz because she is a very good narrator. I never lose the line of who tells what to whom. But most of all - Cruz. I don't know how but Stephanie made him a really charming.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
It was interesting to listen because of a good narrator.
Any additional comments?
Stephanie Fritz did a great job. Thank you!<br/>Olivia Wildenstein wrote a good book. Thank you!<br/>Just not my cup of tea.