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Cipriano is very quickly becoming a favorite author. I honestly cannot think of anything of his I haven't enjoyed to the Nth power. His writing is quick, witty, and chock full of action. Sometimes it is epic and other times personal and intimate, but it is always entertaining.
Cursed starts off like a few other great books like Sandman Slim, Walking Dead, and Dead Man all begin with the MC waking up dazed, and in a world full of crap. So, you get thrown in the blender right away. And let me say that when the crap starts flying you won't be able to find a big enough rain suit.
Mac fits in well with the other Urban Fantasy heroes like Sandman Slim, Harry Dresden, and Nate Temple. He wakes up with no memory and the action just flows from there. I have to say that I always enjoy J.A.'s secondary characters, and his villains never fail to capture your attention. This is a great start for a new series, and I cannot wait to see how the next book goes.
One thing I really enjoyed was the way in which Mac has to discover who he is, and the kind of person that he was, and who he wants to be. Cronin narrates well, and takes us on an exploratory journey along side Mac. He does the voices and expertly and paces the action like a race car. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.
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Scary good and full of action, adventure, suspense, but I am beginning to loathe Cipriano. I keep finding more of his stuff that I just have to read! At least I was lucky enough to get the audio on sale this time! But the rest of you don't need audio to appreciate the snarkiness. Or the personalities. OR the situations! See publisher's blurb for plot clues, but, really, just stick your nose in the pages and get carried away.
Audio performer Cronin really captured the essence of Mac!
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