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Thunderbird Falls by C.E. Murphy
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May 21, 2010

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bookshelves: library-book, urban-fantasy, audiobook-and-owned-book
Read from February 04 to 10, 2012

Re-read by audiobook. I also read the library paperback. I'm not liking this book as much as the first time, but I think that was because of the change in narrators. The first narrator was okay but this one made every man sound so marble-mouthed, slow talking, it was a little ridiculous. And speaking of ridiculous, I'm not exaggerating when I say that Joanne woke every morning after passing out and not knowing where she is. Every morning. Passing out is bad, so I'm thinking brain damage and not just magical overload. And since I'm on a complaining roll, Joanne is constantly tired. She was constantly tired in "Urban Shaman" but that made more sense. This time, even with her passing out and thereby getting some type of sleep, she complains about being tired all the time. There was another author who had her heroine always cold and wet with rain. This author seems to be on the constantly tired track. I'm going to listen to the 3rd book and hopefully Joanne will get some pep in her step and stop passing out. I'm sorry to say I'm moving this book down to 3 stars.

Previous review on 06/12/10.I think this series is getting better and better. I really love how awkward and funny Joanne is. I wish something more would be happening in her romance life, but maybe that would get in the way of the story. She's finally starting to use her shamanic powers which makes me look forward to reading book #3. Great series.
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Lisa Kay LMAO! Okay, Carolyn!

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