Perfect Blood Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Perfect Blood

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New York Times bestselling author Kim Harrison returns to the Hollows with the electrifying follow-up to her acclaimed Pale Demon!



  • I gotta be honest here, I'm barely hanging on with this series. The main character's point of view is not my cup of tea, and I can't stand Ivy. However, the world building is fantastic, and I'm a big fan of all the other characters. I just wish Rachel would show some personal growth. She's still pretty whiny, and I get tired of her constantly lusting after every character, regardless of gender, during intense action scenes or even just any time. Now, let's talk about the reader. I really don't like her. The way she switches accents within a sentence really annoys me. The only character that it seems to work for is Jenks. I've been getting the last few books in audio format because I can tolerate the reader, and I prefer audio over reading so I can multitask. And let me tell you, this book is definitely not worth two credits. I listen to well over 150 audiobooks a year with the Platinum Annual 24-pack of credits (which is awesome, by the way), so two credits for a book that's less than buying it outright with the service member discount is ridiculous. I've never regretted using credits until now. I understand that some really long books with amazing readers might be worth two credits, like the Song of Ice and Fire series, but not a mediocre reader and a 16-hour book. I took a chance on this because I actually enjoyed the last book in the series, Pale Demon, and I was hoping this one would be just as good. I also want to clarify that the two-credit deal is the publisher's decision, not the service's. In summary, I really hope this series wraps up soon and that we see some substantial character development. I won't be buying the next book in audio with this reader for two credits, no matter how much people rave about it.