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White Witch, Black Curse

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Kim Harrison

Narrated By: Marguerite Gavin

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Date: February 2009

Duration: 18 hours 33 minutes

Summary:

“The world of the Hollows is fast-moving, funny, harrowing, and scary, and—the greatest compliment to a fantasy—absolutely real.”
—New York Times bestselling author Diana Gabaldon
 
Kim Harrison is a New York Times-bestselling phenomenon, in the superstar pantheon along with Laurel K. Hamilton and Charlaine Harris of Sookie Stackhouse fame. Return to “the Hollows” in White Witch, Black Curse, as tough-as-nails bounty hunter witch Rachel Morgan seeks vengeance for the death of her lover among the creatures of the night. Indeed, Charlaine Harris herself has nothing but praise for Harrison’s peerless protagonist, promising, “You’re going to love this bounty hunter!” White Witch, Black Curse is contemporary dark fantasy at its electrifying best.

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  • Jennifer York

    Just in case you have not noticed this is the 7th book in the series. So there WILL BE series SPOILER below. First Impression: If it wasn’t for the last quarter of the book it would have gotten a C- rating. Favorite Line/Quote: “But he’s Rachel Candy!” “Five trolls in a dra-a-a-a-ag,’ the four-inch man sang from my shoulder. ‘Four purple condoms, three French ticklers, two horny vamps and a succubus in the snow.” “…Everyone had to eat, but eating people wasn’t polite.” The Narration: I’m so glad that Marguerite Gavin is back as the narrator!!! She is Rachel Morgan. NO ONE can replace her. What I liked: (SPOILER ahead) That last part of the book really brought it around for me. After reading For a Few More Demons I was not blown away by Kisten’s dead. But after Rachel relives that night on his boat I got it. It was very sad and sweet at the same time. I never really got Kisten as a character but after finding out he did what he did to save Rachel and Ivy I wish we got a little more time with him. Those last few chapters dealing with the returned memory and how the book ended was the best part. What I didn’t like: 7 books in and I’m still not an Ivy fan. I’m sick of the push and pull of her and Rachel’s relationship. I just want her to either become undead already or for one of them to move out. Not enough Al and Trent. Will I continue this series: I’m in the middle of it so yeah. Unless the series take a crappy turn I’m sticking with it to the end. In fact I can’t wait to check out the next audio book, Black Magic Sanction from the library.