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Network Analysis Inbound Links 1 1 Total. Shared in Network This resource is rare in the Library. Link network. As Liam solves the murder and works to gain the trust of the people at his new posting his personal life becomes Intwined with his investigations. This audiobook is a great first book in what I think will be an even better series. I purchased this book for my own interest, this review is my own. Customer Reviews See All. I have, and they are right up there on my all time favorites list.
The characters in all of Ms. They are the kind of people you would expect in a dangerous land like the wilds of Alaska — strong, determined, and sometimes weird beyond measure!
Another thing I really like about the book is the fact that her heros and heroines are in no way perfect. Liam is a recovering alcoholic, riddled with self doubt and wanting badly to turn his life around. And nobody writes these characters better than Dana. Overall, Highly recommended. Then go buy all her other books too — they are well worth the read! I truly enjoyed this story. I listened to it after I listened to the first book in the Kate Shugak series.
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I loved the well developed characters and plot. The story started out fast and kept that pace throughout the book. I was happy that I was able to take this book everywhere. I bought the next book before I finished the first. This is a solid story and set of characters with a beautiful Alaskan backdrop. Still, I just wasn't able to connect with the lead character and it didn't leave me wanting to read more Is there anything you would change about this book?
I did not realize this was not a Kate Shugak story when I bought it. I had some trouble getting into this one, as I did not find the character of Liam engaging. I will pay more attention now that I know the author has another character in the mix. What was your reaction to the ending? No spoilers please! Honestly, I don't recall finishing it.
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If I did, I was not sufficiently impressed to recall. It took a while to get used to her, as sometimes the inflexions seem out of character or inappropriate, but her depictions of the Alaskan natives, and their mannerisms is spot on! I am not saying it was a bad book or story, or that you should NOT take it on. It just depends on the listener. After less than 2 hours of listening, this plot is cliche and the characters so wooden, I couldn't listen anymore.
I'm returning it and going to chew on a cardboard box for the excitement.
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I seriously had no interest in finishing the book. I usually make myself finish, but I just couldn't. The main character is a man and the woman does a poor job trying to sound like a man Yep - will never purchase another. How could the performance have been better? Different reader.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment? Nothing - couldn't stand it. Wasted a credit on this for sure By: Dana Stabenow.