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Necromance-for-hire Dante Valentine is choosy about her jobs. Hot-tempered and with nerves of steel, she can raise the dead like nobody’s business. But one rainy Monday morning, everything goes straight to Hell.

The Devil hires Dante to eliminate a renegade demon: Vardimal Santino. In return, he will let her live. It’s an offer she can’t refuse.

There’s just one catch. How do you kill something that can’t die?

Performed by Colleen Delany, Christopher Scheeren, Kimberly Gilbert, Joe Brack, Lily Beacon, Michael Glenn, Thomas Keegan, Mort Shelby, Nanette Savard, James Konicek, Elizabeth Jernigan, Terence Aselford, David Coyne, Tim Getman, Nathanial Perry, Joseph Thornhill, Ken Jackson.

©2005 Lilith Saintcrow (P)2011 Graphic Audio, LLC

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  • 19-01-21

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Having loved the books, I was extremely pleased to find this in audio form. I found it novel for it to be produced not in the traditional unabridged style (which i am used too) but rather the full dramatic version. Despite my surpise, I quickly warmed to the narration style and voice overs enjoying the performance and story greatly. I am looking forward to the rest of the series.

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  • R. Smith
  • 09-05-21

This Version Adds Nothing For Me

I enjoyed reading the printed version of this book. I tried a previous audible - that narrator was horrible - I couldn't finish it. The narrator is better in this version.

However, the main character is portrayed as whiny and very YA. If I had encountered this first, I would have given up on the story.

I appreciate the written version so much more. If I recommended anything - I would recommend it and skipping the audio versions.

To summarize:

Will this version get a second listen? No.
Would I recommend this audible version? No.
Main characters? Lacking a depth that the written version includes.
As a result ---- pretty disappointed.