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Skinwalker, Audio Edition

Sunday, November 22, 2020

Skinwalker, Audio Edition (2009/2010) Faith Hunter narrated by Khristine Hvam (Jane Yellowrock)

SkinwalkerI had trouble with the last couple Jane Yellowrock books, so I decided to go back to the beginning.

Also, I wasn’t in the mood to listen to the Night Watch series anymore, and this was one of two of the books I decided to try.

Jane Yellowrock was found in the mountains as a child–naked and with no language skills and no memory. She is now a vampire hunter–someone who goes after rogue vampires for a bounty. She goes to New Orleans to take a job for the local vampire council: to find a rogue that has been taking down humans and vampires alike.

Upon being reintroduced to Rick, I was reminded that yes, I really didn’t care for him at the beginning. Or really, even several books into the series.

Like Rick promised, Troll labeled him trouble, but then offered more. Rick LaFleur was his nephew, a good kid gone bad. Went to Tulane, got a degree, then went to work for a scumbag as muscle for hire.

But I was also some of my favorite minor character, like Troll and even Rinaldo.

My cousin Rinaldo. He’s okay. Married with five kids. Works third shift and drives a cab to keep ’em all fed.

And of course Aggie. I’d forgotten how little Jane was able to trust even Aggie at the start of the story.

So it was a good revisit, and I’m now on the second book.

Publisher: Audible Studios
Rating: 8/10

Categories: 8/10, Fantasy, Female, Re-Read, Supernatural     Comments (0)    



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