I was able to listen to this audiobook for free so I jumped at the chance. I really enjoyed the series that I had read so far and wanted to continue. Ember is still badass and one of my favorite characters that Julie Kagawa has come up with. She is smart and strong, and a dragon!!! Too bad she is literally born for someone else's gain. I was surprised by my interest in other characters that I may not have appreciated as much in the previous books. They were supposed to be the bad guys, but you learn not all is what it seems. I'm so glad the book took the turn it did. I faded in and out while listening, but I captured enough to want to read Inferno next! Fans of this series will really love the action in this book!
My apologies for being away from Booklikes for so long!
As a way to say sorry, and to offer you something to read as we all social distance, I'm giving away electronic copies of my award-winning satire of the Internet of Things and the technological singularity, The Fridgularity.
“With plenty of humor and much more, “The Fridgularity” is an exciting, sci-fi view askew, highly recommended.” ~Midwest Book Review
“If you’re looking for a combination of humor, romance and a power hungry refrigerator, look no further than The Fridgularity, a very enjoyable read. 5 stars!” ~IndieReader.com
Download from here. Unusual for them -- they mention to check back on May 4 so maybe that's when next freebie will be available.
There's also a booklikes bookclub to read these freebies at TOR Monthly free ebook book club.
Publisher page for more info on the book is here. It's also the NPR Best Book of the Year.