Jun 042015
 
Review: Those Who Walk in DarknessThose Who Walk in Darkness (Soledad O'Roark #1) by John Ridley
Narrated by: Patricia R. Floyd
Published by Recorded Books on Mar 28, 2011
Genres: Adult, Paranormal
Format: Audiobook from Library
Find the book: Amazon, Goodreads
Rating: dnf

Soledad "Bullet" O'Roark writes her own rules. Usually it gets her in trouble. On her first day with the L.A.P.D.'s elite Mtac squad, Soledad takes down an outlawed super-powered freak with a weapon she designed herself-a definite violation. Her love life is no less chaotic. It's hard to find a decent guy with nothing to hide. But there's not much room in Soledad's life for romance when a cop-killer is on the loose. The "baddest" freak of all, this one can control people's minds and make them commit anything he wants... including murder.

This book has a very hard edge, and a lot of profanity. It’s written into the story well, and is accompanied by a lot of angry feelings and fast action. Unfortunately, the story wasn’t strong enough to keep my attention.

The story started quite exciting, with Soledad on her first call with the Mtac team, facing a villain with super powers. But every time I put the story down, I didn’t rush to pick it back up, and after forgetting about it for 3 days, I realized I just wasn’t invested in the story, and so DNF’d it.

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