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Logan by Julie Hall (Audiobook Review)

Every warrior has his weakness. 
Logan has it all—friends, popularity, girls—but his perfect life isn’t all he imagined.

When one mistake leads to his untimely arrival in the afterlife, he becomes a weapon against the evil that lurks on Earth.

When a mission goes awry he emerges with a secret superpower, but is broken in mind and body. He cleverly hides his scars, until the day he’s assigned to train an unlikely new demon hunter. Even though Audrey is as fiery as she is alluring, this beauty may be the one to tame his inner beast.

Now the only thing he’s sure of is that his existence will never be the same.

Fans of The Mortal Instruments, Supernatural, and This Present Darkness, won’t want to miss experiencing the beginnings of this epic love story.

LOGAN is a companion novella to the bestselling and multiple award-winning LIFE AFTER series. It can be read as a standalone, or as Book 2.5 in the series.


I really liked Logan by Julie Hall because we were able to get more backstory about Logan. Questions from  his past are finally answered. I felt like we really had a distinct point of view from Logan.

Logan definitely surprised me. His thoughts were sometimes different than what I expected from him. It was really interesting to see how Kaitlin and Morgan tied into Logan's story. This is a perfect novella for this series. Hall couldn't have picked a better character to write about. I felt like the whole story was interesting and I just loved having Logan's point of view. 

Adam Gold did an amazing job narrating Logan. He definitely sounds like how I thought Logan would sound. Gold put on a wonderful performance. I really liked that he did different voices for all the characters. Listening to the audiobook was fantastic. I would highly recommend it.

About the Author:

Julie Hall is a USA Today bestselling YA fantasy author and 1st place winner of the 2012 Women of Faith national writing contest. She was also awarded "Best Debut Author" at the 2017 Ozarks Indie Book Festival.

Before writing her first novel Julie worked as a film publicist and rubbed elbows with the rich and famous . . . as in she would gently nudge them to let them know their meal had arrived during press interviews.

She now spends most of her "office hours" with her two furry writing buddies. Her daughter thinks that mommy's superpower is “sleeping all day,” but that’s because she’s often awake until the wee hours of the morning weaving tales of adventure in worlds of her own creation. When asked in an interview what she wanted to be when she grew up, she’s quoted to have answered, “to never have to grow up.”

She currently lives in Portland, Oregon with her four favorite people--her husband, daughter, and two doodles (because dogs are people too).

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