Review: At Grave’s End

At Grave's End
At Grave’s End by Jeaniene Frost
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Although I jumped into this series with this book (I believe it’s the third) I quite enjoyed it and had no trouble getting up to speed with the story or characters. It offers a twist on the usual vampire/urban fantasy tales in that the main character is a half-vampire, which makes her quite interesting.

The pace is quick and the writing is very good for the most part. The audiobook is excellently narrated by Tavia Gilbert, who does a great job with voices and inflections for the various characters.

I got a little weary of the sex around the middle of the book–not that it’s badly-written, just that there was too much of it for my personal taste, and in my opinion, it slowed the story down.

I do know some friends who would probably love this series, so I’ll be recommending it to them, and I may pick up more myself in the future.

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