Publish date: August 15th 2005
Publisher: ImaJinn Books, Inc.
Pages no: 228
Series: Society (#1)
*I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. The story rotates from Rowan and Delgado's POV, female and male. Rayna does a nice job of giving a deeper tone when Delgado's speaking or when in his mind. It helps separate the characters for us. There...
I'm pretty sure I read The Society when it was first released but that means I wouldn't have it as an e-book and probably passed it on for a friend to read when I reduced my book collection. I'm very glad I got the chance to re-read The Society.What I liked: Ms Saintcrow can and does come up with so...
Really poor foreshadowing about the villain, but otherwise I really enjoyed this one. Edit: Okay, so this story ends with the H/h separated due to circumstances beyond their control. Definite cliffhanger. So I went to check out the sequel and find out how the story ends, but the sequel is SEVEN FUCK...
Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.