Pack of Lies: Potentate of Atlanta, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Hadley is losing time, and her shadow refuses to shed light on the gaps in her memory. How can she protect her city if she can't remember where she goes or what she does when she ought to be asleep? Her grim history appears to be stuck on repeat, and the only way forward might be a scythe through her back.
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 8 minutes|
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|Audible.com Release Date||July 07, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #83,625 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Hadley exists because of the mistakes she made. It’s a deeper truth that is fairly universal - don’t most people make mistakes? Hadley’s mistakes were catastrophic. They were mistakes that hurt not only her, but everyone else in her life. These books are about her learning to live with those mistakes and the consequences of her actions. It’s a story of redemption, rehabilitation, and reintegration. She is trying, slowly and painfully, to build a new life on the ashes of her old life. It’s a laborious process and she is painfully aware of the road that she left to take this new road.
The mystery of Midas, Bishop, Remy, and coven of witchborn fae is coming along neatly. I very much want to stay in the world that Edwards is building and learn more about these characters. I’m curious if Edwards is going to revisit the fae realm that she established in earlier books or how she is going to bring the fae element further into the story as it unfolds. I feel like this book is a worthy continuation of the previous novel and waiting for the next book is likely to be as frustrating as the wait for this one. I confess, I was not looking forward to waiting another 5 months for the 2nd book in the series and am delighted that it was released early. Fingers-crossed for book 3.
The only downside is that this book does, however, make me even more sad about the recent TBTGN novella about Grier’s wedding. It doesn’t fit into the timeline of the POA books, at all.
I love the characters even more after this installment. It was great to see a few more glimpses into Midas' past trauma. The next book can't come fast enough!
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Hadley is such a wonderfully complex, flawed and yet utterly likeable character. You can't help falling in love with and rooting for her.
I devoured this book in one sitting - can't wait for the next one. More, please!