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Black Arts, Audible Version

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Black Arts, audible version (2014) Faith Hunter, narrated by Khristine Hvam

black-artsI really enjoy listening to this series. The narrator does a good job with the story and the characters.

In Black Arts the story begins with Evan Trueblood storming Jane’s house, demanding to know where Molly is. Jane doesn’t know, and it take her awhile to convince Evan of this, but eventually they settle in, and start the search for Molly. At the same time, two of Katie’s Girls have disappeared after going to a private party.

All this is of course in addition to Jane’s work as one of Leo’s Enforcers, and providing security at Vamp HQ.

Situations that have been brewing for several books finally come to a head, namely the destruction of Jane and Molly’s friendship after Jane was forced to kill Evangelina, and Jane’s honesty about her nature with Aggie One Feather.

I really do enjoy both the series and narration, and recommend both–but NOT to start here. Forget it. Don’t even think about it. Go to the beginning and work your way forward.
Rating: 8/10

Published by Audible

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

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