Review: The Tracker’s Secret

  • Title:
    • The Tracker’s Secret
  • Author:
    • Ingrid Seymour
  • Release:
    • April 13, 2021
  • Format:
    • Audiobook
  • Narrator:
    • Kasi Hollowell
  • Series:
    • Mate Tracker #2

I don’t have much to say about The Trackers Secret. It feels as if I was dropped into the middle of a book without context. Seeing as this is book 2, I’ll explain that I did request book 1 as a review copy alongside this. The story just focuses on inside drama between characters I have no familiarity with and doesn’t really conclude on anything. Going into it and leaving it, I get this is the type of series that you’re supposed to read them all back to back, as nothing is ever truly resolved until the series is over.

I’m fine with this writing style, for the most part. I hate cliffhanger endings, but they’re at least tolerable…. if I have the entire series to read, which I don’t, in this case. So my experience is only confusion and dissatisfaction with the lack of an ending. It feels like all of the drama and nonsense I sat through amounted to nothing. They left as easily as they came and my interest didn’t follow.

Overall, the narrator did a great job of narrating. I can’t stand her speaking voice, or the voice she did for the protagonist. Personal preferences aside, it was an excellent narrartion. I did get sick of her constantly mispronoiuncing the word caramel though. There’s a second a in caramel. Carmel is a mountain, not a sweet.

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.

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