Title: Curran’s POV
Author: Gordon Andrews
Series: Kate Daniels Companion
Rating Out of 5: 5 (I will read this again and again and again)
My Bookshelves: Dystopia, Paranormal fantasy, Shapeshifters
Format: Free online collection
Publisher: Ilona Andrews
5th sentence, 74th page: …seems like a decent guy.
Snippets from Curran’s POV in chronilogical order.
Rereading scenes from the first four books from Curran’s point of view is one of the most exciting things that I have done in a while. This also happens to be the first eBook that I have ever read (a little behind the times, I know). A great experience, and I was actually a little disappointed when the short stories ended.
Some of Curran’s reactions (from Kate’s point of view) seemed incredibly extreme and potent. It was discerning to understand these acts from his point of view. Not only did it help me to understand why he was so dramatic, but it also made him far more endearing and likeable. Many of his somewhat petulant reactions were driven by very sweet and pure motivations.
The tone with which this story is written is stunning. It is distinct and strong, much like I imagined Curran. I could hear his strong, velvety voice in my head as I read the words, bringing him to life in a vivid and engaging way.
3 thoughts on “Curran’s POV by Gordon Andrews”