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Publisher Description

To save the lives of her friends, Rachel did the unthinkable: she willingly trafficked in forbidden demon magic. And now her sins are coming home to haunt her.

As Rachel searches for the truth behind a terrifying murder, an even greater menace threatens, for the demon Algaliarept will stop at nothing to claim her, and the discovery of a shocking family secret throws Rachel's entire life into question. If she is ever to live free, Rachel must first walk willingly into the demonic ever-after in search of long-lost ancient knowledge.

But when you dance with demons, you lay your soul on the line . . . and there are some lines that should never be crossed.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Gigi Bermingham
hr min
February 26

Customer Reviews

T-Ann ,


I am only 5 minutes into the amazing 6th installment of the Rachel Morgan series, but I absoluetly cannot stand the narrator for this book. She is awful, making me want to read the book instead of listening to it. I hope if Mrs. Harrison wishes to publish more in the way of Rachel Morgan that she insists in getting Margarite Gavin back to do the audio versions. I will not continue listening to the audiobooks with this new person... Gigi or something.

greenwing ,

The Outlaw Demon Wails

Another great installment in "The Hallows" series. I was however, disappointed that the narrator of the previous 5 books (Marguerite Gavin) did not do this one. The narrator on this audiobook lacked Ms. Gavin's vocal skills and distracted from my enjoyment of this book. This book is on par with the other books in this series, and I have enjoyed the series very much.

xenagrrl ,

Narrator not so good

I have to agree with the other reviews about the narrator. It's disappointing when you listen to tens of hours from one narrator, get familiar with those voices, and then buy a more expensive audiobook to find reduced quality audio and a different narrator. It's not that she doesn't have talent, but she doesn't seem to have a grasp of the characters, their voices, and such as the previous narrator. It takes away from the story. Especially her pronounciation of "ley" line as "lee" line. <sigh>

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