Scarred, solitary Derek Gaunt has separated from his Pack and is truly a lone wolf. With no family, he answers to no one but is fiercely loyal to a chosen few. So when several of those close to him are murdered, he'll stop at nothing to hunt their killer through the magic-drenched streets of Atlanta.
Never one to be left on the sidelines and equally determined - some might say stubborn - Julie Lennart-Olsen soon joins in his pursuit, and what began as revenge turns into a race to save the city. Their search pits them against powers they never imagined and magic so old, it predates history. It may cost Derek his life, but there are things for which even he would risk everything.
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By Kelly on 06-05-16
Short but sweet
Oh Audible I adore thee! Please, Oh Please, can we have the rest of the series on UK audible?
Falls between Book 9 and 10 of the Kate Daniels series. We see Derek take most of the lead in this new series from two of my most favourite authors.
Well narrated, perfect tone for Derek.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Amanda on 02-06-16
Magic Stars Grey Wolf book 1
I enjoyed the first Grey Wolf book. The narrator did very well and was a good choice for Derek's book. I love all of the Ilona Andrews books so its great to have side stories for each of the characters. thank you
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By Moi_Natasha on 16-03-16
Bad Narration Distracted from Story
Narrator's cadence was too fast for me and while there was a chance in rhythm and pitch it came across as monotone (put me to sleep a number of times). Did not mind the gravel tone as the character, if you know from past books, had a ruined voice but it didn't become part of the story. I normally wouldn't have finished the book but I love the author(s) and this story line so struggled through. Unfortunately, I still can't review the story as I was so distracted by the irritating narration I found myself listening to the voice rather than sinking into the story and being swept into the experience. Will have to read the story to put a better mental voice to it to really experience the story.
14 of 14 people found this review helpful
By Natasha on 16-02-16
Not the best narrator
Ugh.. I'm so used to Renee Raudman! I know that this story is told from the POV of Derek, so I'm sure they thought they needed a male voice. Jeffrey Kafer, though, just didn't do the job. The sound of his voice is okay, no mouth or breath noises.. which I hate. My problem is that he isn't performing. He is just reading. I think he finishes every sentence the same way every time. Same tone of voice. I can't explain it any other way. I ended up speeding up the book just to get through it.
Please! If you need a male voice.. Try to use someone else for the next one if you continue the series! Sebastian York maybe?
23 of 25 people found this review helpful