- Blood Parish
- E.J. Findorff
- May 25, 2021
- Stephanie Lewis
- Angel Blondeaux Mystery (Blood Parish, Book 1)
Wow, this is my second E.J Findorff novel. Both times I find myself reeling afterward, trying to wrap my head around what I just listened to.
While I noticed some similar plot points and reveals, I was no less invested. I aim to keep my reviews spoiler-free, so I won’t talk about them, as it would spoil minor plot points in two stories.
This story is full of twists, turns, tense moments that will leave you on the edge of your seat. As with any story when you’re following a protagonist, you go in cocksure that they’re never in any real danger. But the entire time, you’ll be asking yourself; is this the end? or how is she going to get out of this disaster of a situation?
One Hundred Bullets was 15 reviews back for me and I still can’t get it out of my head. I normally have so much going on and so many projects I’m working on; as soon as I finish something, I forget about it and move on to the next. I feel like I just got off a rollercoaster and I don’t think this book will be leaving the back of my mind any time soon.
It’s rare that I get to stay this. The audiobook was nearly flawless. No repeated dialogue or odd noises. There are a few times when the narrator’s voice sounds different for a few seconds, like due to a recording session change or break. She does an incredible job with voices. A handful of times I forgot it was a female narrator doing some of the voices. Often times with female narrators, their male voices don’t sound all that deep or convincing. It usually sounds like a woman is doing a mock impression of a male voice.
I highly recommend this book to anybody willing to give it a try. And always remember: Family doesn’t begin or end with blood.
NOTE: This copy was provided to me free of charge as a digital review copy. The opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone, I was not paid or requested to give this book a certain rating, suggestion, or approval.