The Good, the Bad, and the Undead (The Hollows #2) audiobook
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Ley line witches are being murdered in Cincinnati. Rachel has been hired as an Inderlander consultant to help track down the killer. But Rachel will have to use magic she loathes in order to discover the truth. And where it leads her, there is no coming back from. If she isn\’t careful, she may just end up in debt to a demon and lose her soul. The dynamics of Kim Harrison\’s characters have always been the reason I continued this series. Rachel alone would not be enough to carry the story. Her impulsiveness makes her wind up in entertaining situations, but she isn\’t a strong enough heroine. She\’s still learning, fumbling about and without Ivy and Jenks, I doubt she would make it far. As a character, Rachel has a lot of development to go through, but that\’s the point of reading a series right? I do have to admit Ivy is my favorite character. I always fall for the torn and conflicted ones, and Ivy fits that bill. She is the strong female character I always gravitate towards, and seeing her in a secondary character role makes me savor the moments she is on the page. I also love the friendship between Rachel and Ivy. Rachel won\’t abandon Ivy, despite any hiccups that may happen between the two of them. This makes me appreciate Rachel more as a character. Kim has built a world where living vampires are slaves to their instincts, and watching Ivy continue to struggle against her basic instincts, all in a fight to just be a normal friend to someone tears me up. I\’m glad to say I am enjoying this series just as much as I did ten years ago when it first hit the shelves. If you want a series filled with action, friendship, sarcastic comedy, and demons, pick this one up.
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I am reviewing both books 1 and 2. I was looking for books similar to mercy Thompson or Kate daniels and someone recommended this series. It\’s hard to start an urban fantasy series. So much time e has to be given to world building, history, species development, myths. Not to mention the usual character, plot issues. So, despite feeling like book 1 was really slow, I carried on and finished it. Book 2 pretty much picked up where it left off and I still found myself bugged by a slow pace, over descriptions, weak characters. The only character I liked was bad guy, Trent. Things that really bugged me, how many times does ivy and Rachel have a near bit scene? How often does Rachel screw up a job? Nick seems like an idiot. Can we kill him off? Ivy seems like a general grump. And half rachel\’s problems would go away if ivy hadn\’t been in the picture. I\’ll probably read the next book, if only to see what\’s going on with Trent.
Audiobook The Good, the Bad, and the Undead (The Hollows #2) by Kim Harrison
As with Patricia Briggs’ “Mercy Thompson “ and Dannika Dark’s “Raven & lastly but not least Chloe Neil’s “Merit” these characters grab you and immediately immerse you in their world that you can’t stop reading from cover to cover. The take out menus and phone are on the stand plus the children bring fresh hot cups of tea….I can’t wait to read Book 3. I highly recommend this series and characters! They’ll have you craving more until you are at the last page then you rub your eyes and run to Amazon to buy the next book in the series! I hope everyone falls for these books as much as I have! They deserve to be ranked with highest honors and you have to love a strong dominant female character that doesn’t have quit in them! Enjoy!
Audio The Good, the Bad, and the Undead (The Hollows #2) narrated by Marguerite Gavin
3.5/5.0 I really enjoyed the book but rounded down instead of up this time because Rachel made so many silly decisions that just didn’t make any intelligent sense. I accepted that in the first book because she was new to the whole bounty hunter gig but by this second installment, she’s had at least enough experience that charging into places she KNOWS will kill her without planning or even thinking… eh…. no. Her whole outlook on Ivy is also naive beyond belief. And, there are SO many little oddities and questions that are left hanging or just not answered. Still, there were great parts as well. I LOVE every scene that Jenks is in, Trent is an interesting character (I can’t understand why Rachel doesn’t ask him more questions about their shared background, though) AND I kept turning those pages and hated to put the book down.
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Even better than book 1, this was completely addicting. Poor Rachel, she really gets in the middle of the worst kind of trouble. She really is a waling disaster but I think that\’s part of what makes her so likeable. I loved Al\’s part in this. He\’s completely deranged, calculating, manipulative and utterly charming. He\’s definitely one of my favourite characters in the series. Looking back, I\’m picking up things I missed the first time round and watching his and Rachel\’s relationship grow all over again is very enjoyable. Trent in this was slightly less heinous and a tad more charming than in book one. Rachel still completely hates his guts which is just excellent. I\’ve never been a fan of insta-love and Trent and Rachel\’s relationship is the complete opposite. She mostly hates him, very occasionally tolerates him if he\’s useful and more often than not she trying to arrest him. We didn\’t see Trent a while lot in this book but what was there was very fun to read. My heart broke for Ivy in this one, it truly did. No-one deserves what Piscary did to her, least of all Ivy. I always thought Ivy kind of got lost in the last few books so I really enjoyed her story in this book. Obviously I love this series, its characters and the world and this installment was no exception to my fan girling.