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Would you consider the audio edition of Calling All Angels: A Shadow Council Case Files Novella to be better than the print version?
I love this narrator and he brings life to the story that you can not get from the book/page
Who was your favorite character and why?
mitch just being an angel and so brutish
Which scene did you most enjoy?
when mitch first touches the sword and it burst into flames
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
not on this book
Any additional comments?
john g hartness writes awsome stories and james foster narrates awsome stories
I have been waiting for the next installment in this great series. The characters feel like old friends. While I miss Quincy, I appreciate this deeper look in Jo’s background. I felt like I had a good basic introduction but really enjoyed the deeper look. When stress is running high in real life, it is with a welcome happiness that a new story is on the horizon. It provides a break and I find myself rooting for these characters. Kudo’s to the author, you have brought to life characters, that while certainly not always good guys, they would be the people I would want on my side. Keep the stories coming.
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action-adventure, MMA, demons, legend, angels, magic, family-dynamics -----
Jo Henry is given an assignment by Quincy Harker: find Michael the Archangel and get him back in the game. So she works nights in illegal Mixed Martial Arts cage matches in order to find him, but when she does, he doesn't remember being an angel at all, even when she gets him to hold his sword and it bursts into flame! Lots of action and a couple of disgusting demons. Just exactly what I expect from a Hartness book!
The audio narration is aced by James Anderson Foster.
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