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Southern Spirits (Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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It does contain humor but not the slap-stick type that I unfortunately found in The Accidental Demon Slayer. The humor is more low key and doesn't slap you in the face.
There is more transition between scenes instead of jumping from one to the next so fast that the reader's head spins. That in turn allowed for more development in the characters, actions and allowed for world building.
It's a light read and I was able to finish the book in one evening.
The Not So Good:
While I enjoyed the book - I didn't love it so much that I would do a reread or immediately crave an audio version to listen to while I work around the house or while I am driving.
I was never really drawn to the main character. I'm still on the fence as to whether or not to buy the next book in the series. There was development of the plot and characters but still there just wasn't enough about the character that made me want to continue on with her adventures. I think that my problem is that the main female character is more of an Omega type instead of an Alpha type and I really enjoy books about strong females like in Nalini Singh's novels or the Kate Daniels series.
I absolutely loved this book. So much so that I, even though I shouldn't have, I bought the second in the series for $4.99! The characters in this book were written as true to life an any I have ever read in a cozy mystery book. And believe me, I have read a LOT of cozy mysteries! All of the characters did things in the same way we, you and I, would if given the same circumstances. The ghosts in the book were also written as "real" and I had no problem sympathizing or empathizing with any of them. I am hoping as the series goes along that the author fleshes out Verity's sisters but this book, as it should be, was dedicated to introducing us to Verity and Frankie (the main ghost). In some ways, though the circumstances of how both heroines came to see ghosts were vastly different, this book reminded me of Casey Danials Pepper Martin series. The best thing about this book, however, was that I did not figure out who the villain was until he/she showed himself/herself at the end! (Thought I would give it away, didn't you?) For anyone who likes their cozy mysteries to have an interesting heroine and hero mixed with well-written ghosts...they this is the book (and hopefully the series) for you! Tomorrow I will start book two and perhaps I'll finish it and write a review of it. :)
The characters are very unique and the scenarios are sometimes so outrageous it is almost laughable which made this a great book for relief from a stressful week. What really won me over with this book is the setting and the author’s descriptions of the scenery and the integration of all eras of history. The author recognizes there is more to the South than just the Civil War and found that very refreshing.
I had to give the performance a lower rating because when the character is panicked, the performer gets very high pitched and it is kind of grating to my ears.
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