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Would you listen to Sworn to the Night again? Why?
Yes. Many times. The Faust/Black series is some of my go to background listening material, and this builds on all of that.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Sworn to the Night?
"You have the one thing none of us ever had: A FIGHTING CHANCE!"
Have you listened to any of Susannah Jones’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, she did a great job with the Revanche cycle books and this is a continuation of that
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
This book is an extreme reaction.
Any additional comments?
The Revanche Cycle was some of the best material Schaefer has ever written. Naturally it sold like dog droppings. I'm glad that he worked up the nerve to go outside his comfort zone again.
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This book had too much wandering around but had a good, if slightly confused ending.
I love all of the Daniel Faust books by Craig Schaefer, but despite the fact that he's in this it just doesn't make the grade. I found the book was written from too many unnecessary points of view. Not only was there the two main characters, but Faust, Melody Black, at least 2 'bad guys' pov and a handful of others including the police and the person telling the story. While I did like the two main characters of Nessa and Marie as well as the pairing, I found the '50 Shades of Grey' thing they had going on a bit weird.
I kept listening to this story simply because of my love of the Daniel Faust books, and his inclusion made this pretty awesome for me, but I don't think I'll be running to get the next installment. I'll probably pick it up eventually out of curiosity, but I spent too much time with this book wondering if I should put it down to give it more than general interest.