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Whisper to the Blood audiobook

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Review #1

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This book starts with an author’s note thanking the editors but anyone reading this series knows editing is not the strong suit here. In this book, Chopper Jim grows 2 inches, and loses (and gains) 30 pounds in a matter of chapters. So far the poor guy has been 6’2, 6’4, and 6’10 in various books. The Smith family grows from 17 to 21 children, and goes back down to 17 in the next book. Does it matter? Well yes. If the author is going to interrupt the plot with details, said writer should keep them straight. Or the editors should. Failure leads to reviews like the one from the friend who introduced this series to me. She said, “They’re not that good but I read them all anyway.”

Review #2

Whisper to the Blood audiobook in series Kate Shugak Series

A number of years back, there was a television commercial that said, “If you want to get someone’s attention, whisper.” Well, Dana Stabenow’s “Whisper” grabbed my attention and didn’t let go for quite a while.

This is the sixteenth book in her Kate Shugak mystery series set in Alaska. Though the storyline is strong enough to stand on its own, the read would be much more enjoyable if familiar with the background and the back story.

I’ve read all of this series to date and am impressed at how fresh the story remains. The writing is excellent and the pace is steady. The story is built to a large extent on what has come before, so continuity plays a big part, and there’s a chronology and flow to the events which lends realism–it’s not often that mysteries are neatly wrapped up at the end of the day, or of the book. The characters remain compelling and have grown and changed throughout the series. Kate carries the load and remains a strong independent woman, Park rat, and investigator. She’s changed from the beginning of the series, not in the sense that she’s become soft or predictable, but rather she’s weathered storms and taken on new challenges, and she’s been sculpted into a different but still very recognizable Kate Shugak–one who may bend at times, but doesn’t break.

All in all, this is a great read that I thoroughly enjoyed. I’m not surprised at all that it made the NY Times bestseller list. I had a tough time putting it down–loved being in Alaska with all of the characters again zipping around on those snow machines, had to know if Kate and Jim would stay together, couldn’t wait to see just how Kate was going to deal with the Aunties and their expectations and machinations, and of course I had to find out whodunit. Oh, and I shouldn’t leave out Mutt! Mutt was a joy to read about, too. Can’t wait for book 17!

Review #3

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Another well-written book by Dana Stabenow. Unlike others who fill their books with recipes and the mystery is secondary, here the writer always focuses on the story at hand. The characters continue to be well-defined, even the ones who would not be considered main ones. With the detailed map and great geographical descriptions, you can really feel yourself becoming one with this region and experiencing it for yourself.

If you haven’t read the previous book, you will get confused here because some of the unresolved elements present themselves again. It was so long ago when I read it, that a few things did not make sense this time. I also found it a hard book to put down. Not so much for the sake that I wanted to continue reading, but because there were so many characters in this book that I needed to reread parts of it because I had forgotten who they were after awhile.

Review #4

Audio Whisper to the Blood narrated by Marguerite Gavin

It’s been a while since I’ve read any Dana Stabenow, and was delighted to discover a number of new (to me ) titles on Amazon. There are many things I love about the Kate Shugak novels: the relationships between the characters that have developed over the course of many years; the cast of characters, themselves, who are so well-drawn and so believable; the very visual quality of the writing — I have a clear image of the inside of Kate’s cabin, the scenery and wildlife that makes me feel as if I am there, experiencing it alongside Kate; the history, both economic and Alaskan, that are woven into every story; the Aunties; the well-paced, excellently plotted story lines. I could go on, but I want to get back to my latest Kate Shugak acquisition. 🙂

Review #5

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I love all the Kate Shugak novels. I read this a while back, but I can assure you that if you like learning about Alaska, cherish character development and love a rip roaring adventure, you can’t go wrong with any of Stabenow’s Kate Shugak series. I read them in order though, to get the full impact because there is a chronology to them.

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