Queen Bitch: The Kurtherian Gambit, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The UnknownWorld is reeling from change.
Bethany Anne has started to make a difference in the first week of being awake. Now, America has been losing good men since their teams don't have a vampire to help them.
Frank is hoping Bethany Anne can, and will, help.
Further, the American Pack Council is having internal problems with their own young-and-dumb weres who want to ignore Michael's strictures. With no one seeing Michael, the fear of the Boogeyman is starting to recede.
That's fine with Bethany Anne, it means she will personally deliver the message there is a new vampire in town.
Immediately following the story of Bethany Anne from Death Becomes Her, Queen Bitch rides a rollercoaster of action with a heavy dose of creative cussing. Bethany Anne starts to get a team in place to help her affect change.
Because, whether the UnknownWorld wants it or not, change is coming.
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|Listening Length||6 hours and 32 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||February 22, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #28,614 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#64 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#705 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction (Books)
#842 in Paranormal Fantasy
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Yes. They were written as strong and highly skilled. BUT...and this is where Anderle loses 4 stars with me...in his world, apparently every woman he deals with is emotionally a child and cause the poor men in their lives to dodge one manipulative, nonsensical, emotional trap after another. Women? They make no sense...amiright???!!! And apparently we can’t help but look at any good looking guy and want to jump his bones, especially if he has a beautiful woman on his arm. For the record...I have never wanted, nor any of my female friends or family members have wanted any guy because they had a beautiful woman with them! That makes no sense! We also don’t stick our tongues out when we’re frustrated, and haven’t since we were 4 years old.
Believe it or not, Mr. Anderle...men and women are more alike than you’ve given us credit for. Rereading this series one book immediately after another, has just made these glaring insults that much more obvious. I’m actually upset that I bought this series, as well as the others...because it feels like I was a part of lifting your platform and okaying others to believe the same ugliness about women as a whole.
Not that this review will make a darn bit of difference...
For what it is meant to be, it is an excellent series, highly entertaining, and I look forward to reading more.
If you've read other reviews in the series by me, sorry if my wording is too similar. I want to get back to reading, but the author also deserves more good ratings, so I'm copying and pasting, then editing anything that doesn't apply to that particular book. But hey, it's not like I'm writing a book right now!
From the first book, I've seen comments about how much profanity is in the series. The first three books, honestly, it didn't feel like that much, when I compare it to what I hear on the job every day. In my opinion, the 4th book sees an increase, if you're worried about it, to about what I hear at work. Normally, I prefer clean language in my reading, and I myself don't cuss, (I've slipped up 5 times in my life,) but this story really wouldn't be what it is without it. Never thought I'd say that, but the creativity involved is such that you can't help but admire it.
(theres that word again). Okay now what Literature does for us is to provide a new window (perspective) to events similar/or same to what we the readers have experienced. Now we get to my definition of good Literature. Good Literature is how well the author defines and presents his characters in dealing with those events, giving us a new perspective - I would also throw in how consistent the character is for credibility. There is one other criteria, the literature must, I mean MUST be entertaining - I don't remember who said that. It was either John Campbell, Isaac Asimov or Robert Heinlein, perhaps all. Sooo, I beg to differ with everyone, I don't care. This Author meets all the criteria for good Literature in my opinion. Done - enjoy.
A note to the author you need charge more for your work. 2 or 3 times, I leave it up to you. This is about some Bitch Respect (I will drop down and give the TQB 50 for not being more creative in cussing. Though at my age it may be little more than heavy breathing. There is one other, I want this to be your day tme job. I want you to make enough to be able to do a walk around, see new stuff, talk to new folks so you can put it in your work so can read it. Consider this from The Selfish Reader Bitch.
The dialogues are particularly awful. The author clearly gets a lot of frisson from the idea of a foul mouthed beautiful woman and he keeps telling us over and over and over and over how this or that character is charmed or awed by the foul mouth of the main protagonist. Yet, the foul mouth language that he keeps reminding us is really, really, really foul, is generally confined to juvenile homosexual slurs.
Based on the first book of the series, there is no doubt that this author can spin a decent yarn. But this is not it. Clearly, he needs to spend more than a week per book.
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The story has really developed well and I’m definitely a QB fan. Page turner with lots of action.