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For a Few Demons More
For a Few Demons More
For a Few Demons More
Audiobook17 hours

For a Few Demons More

Written by Kim Harrison

Narrated by Marguerite Gavin

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

4.5/5

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About this audiobook

Despite dating one vampire and living with another, Rachel Morgan has always managed to stay just ahead of trouble . . . until now.

A fiendish serial killer stalks the Hollows, and no one living in or around Cincinnati-human, inhuman, or undead-is safe.

An ancient artifact may be the key to stopping the murderer-a mysterious relic that is now in the hands of Rachel Morgan, fearless independent bounty hunter and reckless witch. But revealing it could ignite a battle to the death among the vast and varied local supernatural races.

Rachel's been lucky so far. But even she can't hide from catastrophe forever.

LanguageEnglish
PublisherHarperAudio
Release dateSep 4, 2012
ISBN9780062247636
Author

Kim Harrison

Kim Harrison is best known as the author of the #1 New York Times best selling Hollows series, but she has written more than urban fantasy and has published more than two-dozen books spanning the gamut from young adult, accelerated-science thriller, several anthologies, and has scripted two original graphic novels set in the Hollows universe. She has also published traditional fantasy under the name Dawn Cook. Kim is currently working on a new Hollows book between other, non related, urban fantasy projects.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    4/5
    Sometimes you need breaks during a series, but I find that with this one, I just want to continue to read one right after the other. I love that Ivy and Rachel's convoluted relationship is getting a little spicy now, and that Jenk is same old Jenks. Oh but poor Kisten. I really liked him as well. Al will probably always be one of my favorite villains. Basically, I like every single character, no matter how secondary they are. Great job Harrison! Still can't decide if I will end up buying this whole series or not, but probably. Also, I highly recommend this series on audio. So superb.
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    4/5
    Another solid offering from Kim Harrison. I would probably give this more of a 3.5/5, but enjoyed it enough to round up. The Hollows stories are all basically books that for half the time talk about Rachel Morgan's emotional angst, and the other half moves the story along. There seemed to be more eye-rolling moments for me this time around, but the action, especially towards the end made the story good for me.

    The character development in this story was good for some of the secondary characters. I also enjoy the world building and the various races/types of the characters and the interplay between them. It keeps me interested enough to want to keep going through the series.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    5/5
    Kim Harrison rocks! Great characters, great story.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    5/5
    Warning: this review contains major spoilers.I'm going to put in a few lines for people who don't want to see the spoilers because they are particularly large spoilers this time and I don't want to ruin it for anyone but it's hard to talk about the book without talking about those plot developments. Everybody good? Good.I really liked this book. I was a little sad to see that Kisten bought it, but at the same time, I'd always hoped she'd finally get together with Ivy so I'm not as sad as I might have been. It turns out that Kist was a good guy, which is more than I can say for her taste in other men and he didn't deserve the end he had. Not that I'm saying it wasn't good for the story, because I think it was. I can't decide if his killer was someone we already know or not. I would think yes or else why bother to make Rachel forget? And yet, with Piscary now dead we need a new big bad to take his place. Ivy's mom, maybe? I almost wonder if it was the living dead who used to be Rachel and Ivy's boss (whose name escapes me).I'm troubled by the idea that Rachel thinks she can manage black magic. Since black magic leave smut on her soul it's clear that black magic is objectively bad. And how does she remove the smut anyway? I get that she can remove the smut from the demon mark by getting the mark removed, but what about the rest of it? Is she even trying to get the rest of it removed or has she just decided to live with it? And she lives a dangerous life, is she really willing to risk being stuck in the ever after forever?Also, did her brother just come out of nowhere or did I just completely forget that she had one?And Ivy... I hadn't really appreciated before (or maybe I had and just forgot) that she'll become this totally different person when she dies. That would be terrifying. And terrifying to love someone like that, too. It's one thing if she'd just die like anyone else, but to have her living but no longer caring about you.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    5/5
    Sad..... : ( But what a ride !!!! Great story keep me up most the night, had to keep going. I can't wait for the next book, there has to be some happiness right ?
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    4/5
    "It was as if a part of me had died, accepting that I couldn’t be who I wanted, so I had to work at making who I was, someone I could live with."Rachel is going to have to accept demons are going to ruin her life. Every time she turns around, a demon seems to be crossing the lines to pester her. Of course, it doesn’t help that she’s learning how to spin curses from Ceri. But if a curse doesn’t hurt someone, it isn’t evil right? As Rachel tries to help the FIB solve a case of suicidal weres, she’ll have to fend off the demons that come knocking. She’ll also have to live through Trent Kalamack’s wedding, and true to Rachel’s style she’ll cause quite the commotion.If you’ve been following along with my reread of The Hollows, then you know how much I love the series. So why did I take away a star? I will fully admit it’s because this book was slower than the previous novels and felt a bit disjointed. There’s a lot less action and a lot more drama.Kim will go into detail on the differences between ley line magic and demon curses. You’ll also learn more about the demons to set the foundation for future novels. There’s not going to be a lot of action as far as runs go. There are quite a few subplots in the story, and I don’t think there was space left over for a run.There’s a lot of moving from place to place. Rachel has a lot on her plate this time, and I just didn’t feel the adrenaline filled character I’d come to know. The FIB calling her in to help investigate was a break from the norm. Even Rachel says she isn’t an investigator. She’s more of a tag them and bag them person.But, this is an important book in the series, so make sure you stick with it. Rachel is slowly becoming a person who is sure of themselves and realizes the world can't be painted in black and white.That being said, this was one of the first books to make me bawl my eyes out. I even wrote to Kim years ago telling her she wrote it beautifully, and she broke my heart in the process. She sent me a memorandum of who we'd lost as a fan base, and to this day I treasure it.Buckle up and give it a try. I feel like every series has at least one book that doesn’t quite sit well, but that doesn’t mean the journey isn’t worth it.