Hex Appeal (Phoenix Chronicles #5.6 – There Will Be Demons) audiobook
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On the plus side, each short story was its own chapter so you can easily get between parts of the book. The index of stories is below, along with particular remarks. On the overall, I enjoyed the writing, and found the narration to be professional, but disappointing. As I told my husband, the narration quality was like when you\’re used to working with a 20 year veteran contractor and then you start working with someone who only has maybe 2 or 3 years on the job – the rough patches that the 20 year man smooths over by instinct the younger pro is still learning how to sand. The male narrators went a little too far into the film noir style for my tastes, and Ms. Van Dyck spoke too quickly with a lack of dramatic sense. It was rather like listening on fast forward. Ms. Hendrix reminded me of Tavia Gilbert\’s irritating voice, but with a more refined sense of dramatic speech. 1) Retribution Clause, written by Ilona Andrews, read by Marc Vietor Overall: 4 Performance: 3 Story: 4 I think I\’m so used to Renee Raudman reading for the Andrews\’ stories that any other voice is starting at a disadvantage. However, of Mr. Vietor\’s two performances in the book, this is the better. 2) Bigfoot on Campus, written by Jim Butcher, read by Jonathan Davis Overall: 4 Performance: 4 Story: 4 This was, in my opinion, the best performance of the book, and while I wasn\’t quite getting into the Harry Dresden character, that was more about the character\’s archetype than any fault in the reading or the writing. 3) Holly\’s Balm, written by Rachel Caine, read by Jennifer Van Dyck Overall: 3 Performance: 3 Story: 4 Ms. Caine is now on my list of authors to check out. The story was good, and this was probably one of the better performances by Ms. Van Dyck. 4) Snow Job, written by Carole Nelson Douglas, read by Gayle Hendrix Overall: 3 Performance: 3 Story: 3 I am not a film fan, so a lot of the points just didn\’t hit it for me. 5) Outside the Box, written by P. N. Elrod, read by Jennifer Van Dyck Overall: 3 Performance: 2 Story: 4 The reading on this one was so fast forward all the way that the only drama came from the writing. 6) How Do You Feel?, written by Simon R. Green, read by Marc Vietor Overall: 2 Performance: 3 Story: 2 I think Mr. Vietor did a decent job with a crummy story in this one. The writing was sooooo over the top terrible that I\’m wondering if it ever went through a real edit or just got passed through proof readers and stamped \”good to go\” simply because of the author. 7) There Will be Demons, written by Lori Handeland, read by Gayle Hendrix Overall: 3 Performance: 3 Story: 3 This was pretty much a \”meh\” story for me. It maybe needs a longer format to flesh out things like why the heroine is a fairy instead of a fallen angel, and other oddities shoe-horned in. 8) Cherry Kisses, written by Erica Hayes, read by Jennifer Van Dyck Overall: 4 Performance: 3 Story: 4 Ms. Van Dyck managed to slow down enough for some drama to come into her reading for this story. While there were some troupe moments in the plot, the whole of it was fun. 9) The Arcane Art of Misdirection, written by Carrie Vaughn, read by Gayle Hendrix Overall: 4 Performance: 3 Story: 4 Set in the Kitty Norville universe, this tales tells more about the day to day adventures of Odysseus Grant, and is up to Ms. Vaughn\’s usual standards of quality story crafting.
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I enjoyed most of the stories in this anthology immensely. It\’s added some series of books to my to read list. I really enjoyed the story Holly\’s Balm that revisited characters from Strange Brew. The narrators did a good job and I did like the fact that all the stories weren\’t read by the same person. I think I\’ll probably be re-listening to this anthology at some point because I do love short stories.
Audiobook Hex Appeal (Phoenix Chronicles #5.6 – There Will Be Demons) by Carrie Vaughn Erica Hayes Ilona Andrews Jim Butcher P. N. Elrod – author/editor Rachel Caine Simon R. Green
I have read these authors individually and now in a book of shorts – they shine! I would recommend this anthology to any who want a good listen, and especially if you want quicker bites for short commutes or…
Audio Hex Appeal (Phoenix Chronicles #5.6 – There Will Be Demons) narrated by Gayle Hendrix Jennifer Van Dyck Marc Vietor
this was disappointing, three of these people are among my favorites and I have read some of the others. they just didn\’t work for me
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I definitely liked some stories better than others but I might have discovered some new authors that I will have to try out.