Sara's Review: The Witch With No Name (The Hollows #13) by Kim Harrison
REVIEWER PURCHASE PUBLISHER: HarperAudio
NARRATOR: Marguerite Gavin RELEASED: September 9, 2014 GENRE: paranormal, fantasy LENGTH: 17 hours and 28 minutes FORMAT: ebook, paperback, audible
Rachel Morgan's come a long way from the clutzy runner of Dead Witch Walking. She's faced vampires and werewolves, banshees, witches, and soul-eating demons. She's crossed worlds, channeled gods, and accepted her place as a day-walking demon. She's lost friends and lovers and family, and an old enemy has become something much more.
But power demands responsibility, and world-changers must always pay a price. That time is now.
To save Ivy's soul and the rest of the living vampires, to keep the demonic ever after and our own world from destruction, Rachel Morgan will risk everything. FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
I have completed my journey of rereading/listening to The Hollows series via audiobook. There is Into the Wood Tales from the Hollows and Beyond, which is a bunch of short stories and then the prequel The Turn, but I am going to wait on both. I loved visiting Rachel, Ivy, and Jenks again after all this time. This is by far on the best Urban Fantasy series out, and so far the only one I have re-read/listened to in the entirety. In The Witch with No Name Rachel in a position where it is up to her to save the world once again. She has the help of her friends and her lover Trent. That is so delicious. The first time reading way back in book one I would never have guess Trent, hell at one point I was rooting for her and AL to hook up (she does like those bad boys, Lol). She and Trent seem inevitable going through the books a second time. And I think that was the thing I loved about it the most, pinpointing when the feelings changed for each. It happened sooner for Trent than it does for Rachel. Harrison could have written this series for years, but I think she gives it a fitting end one that wraps up Rachel, Ivy and Jenks world in a very suitable way. I LOVED the epilogue and listened to it twice. I remember reading it twice when I got the book. It was perfect. As much as hate to say goodbye to characters that I love it, I know that I can revisit them anytime I wish. And I know I will again.