Definitely an exciting adventure as we leave our usual kicking grounds. I loved the tiger and his involvement. Relationships are ever changing. Good story overall and great narration.
Quinn was not a character in the show, so it’s exciting to listen to this book with that character spin.
Good series. really enjoyed it. Feel bad for Bill. He's one of my favorites. I think he is alright! Love the narrator.
Another super creative adventure for Sookie! I loved it!
I did not realize this was a series of books so I had a hard time figuring out the characters. Once I did, I really enjoyed the book and now want to find the others so I know all of what is happening to Sookie.
I love it, love the drama, love the conflicts and can't wait for more.
I LOVE the Sookie series! I just wish books # 2, 3 and 4 would be released on audio book! I have read them all but there is something great about stories like these being read to me! Put a new face on all of the characters.. If you like vampires, weres, funny sarcastic, snarky Southern gals and a little mystery and a bit o' lovin' thrown in you will LOVE this series of books! I went through the entire written series in less than 2 weeks!
Whenever I finish listening to (or reading) one of these Sookie Stackhouse books, I feel much like I used to when I had to return to bording school after visiting home during vacation -- Thanksgiving or Christmas. (I *loved* being home) I miss the characters as tho' they're as real as my flesh-and-blood friends & relatives. Humm, maybe I should be careful how I use that phrase. "Flesh-and-Blood"-Sookie (w/ a surprising twist to her DNA introduced in this book!) has a new boyfriend -- a wareTiger who sounds as delicious as Harris makes the sexiest and most loving of Sookie's lovers. Yum! I can't wait to read more. Pls. Ms. Harris, KEEP THEM COMING!! I'm hooked -- happily.
I didn't like this book at first. It was a little hard adjusting to a world "with vampires, werewolves and shape-shifters, but I did. Story was interesting and I ended up enjoying the book. I would say that I am from the deep south and that was one hokey accent the narrator had going on.
I enjoyed this book. It was entertaining and I enjoyed the narrator.