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  • By: Emmie Mears
  • Narrated by: Amber Benson
  • Length: 10 hrs and 7 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Storm in a Teacup

By: Emmie Mears
Narrated by: Amber Benson
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Summary

Mediator Ayala Storme kills demons by night and handles PR by day. She avoids Mediator luncheons and a fellow Mediator who’s been trying to get in her pants for years. She does her job. She keeps her sword clean and her body count high.

But when a rash of disappearances leads her to discover that Nashville’s hellkin are spawning a new race of monster on human hosts, Ayala will be the first line of defense against these day-walking killers. That is until one of them saves her life. Dodging the Mediators and the demons alike, Ayala’s new knowledge of the hybrids’ free will challenges everything she’s ever known about her job. Racing the clock and trying to outrun her comrades and enemies alike, she’s not sure who will catch her first....

Cover design by Jes Negron.

©2015 Emmie Mears (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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Sorry, I only lasted 2 hours and 33 minutes of a 10 book.
I just didn't take to this world of Mediators, demons, Imps etc. The book is based around Mediator Ayala Storme who has lilac eyes as do all Mediators, She kills demons, etc at night and holds down a daytime job as well.
By the time I stopped listening Ayala is getting involved with hybrid demons who can live in daylight. I feel with in half an hour the book should have grabbed me or if the written world I would need to feel interested in reading the second chapter. 2 hours and 33 minutes in was more than a far chance.
I found the narrator was very monotone. There was very little voice development between the characters.
I won't bother to finish the book what more need I say.

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Couldn't finish!

As ever Amber Benson's narration was flawless, sadly, I couldn't say the same about the book/story.
It was slow, repetitive and generally poorly put together. It didn't flow and felt very strained. The characters were dull, uninspiring and almost impossible to engage with. The book was so bland it bordered on painful. This is the first book I've not been able to complete in a long, long time.

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