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Off the Grid

A Jane Yellowrock Story
Written by: Faith Hunter
Narrated by: Khristine Hvam
Length: 2 hrs and 23 mins
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In Off the Grid, Jane goes on what looks like a simple mission for the Knoxville blood-master - finding a missing Mithran. Her search leads Jane to a young woman named Nell, a woman with a scarred past and a strange power, a woman who may hold the key to saving the missing vampire, if Jane can convince her to assist.

©2014 Faith Hunter (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • Jennifer
  • 2015-03-07

Lot of action in just 2 hours!

Off the Grid was originally published in Black Water, a collection of Jane Yellowrock and it takes place between Blood Trade and Black Arts.

Jane is set to the Knoxville, TN area by NOLA Master suck head, Leo, to help solve the case of a missing vampire. Jane finds herself in the middle of a sicko religious cult that treats the women (and girls) has their “heavenly play things”.

While Jane is figuring out what the missing vampire has to do with the cult she runs into a young woman in the woods named Nell.

It doesn’t matter if the team of Faith Hunter and Khristine Hvam get together for a 16+ hour audio or for one that’s just 2 hours long like Off the Grid, they are going to grab you with Jane and entertain the hell out of you.

Off the Grid was a fun and action pack listen in the Jane Yellowrock universal and a nice way to introduce Nell Ingram the leading heroine in Hunter’s “Jane spin-off” series, Soulwood. The first book is titled, Blood of the Earth and it will be hitting the shelves in October 2015. And a little birdie told me that Khristine Hvam will be the narrator. So I’m super excited!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2015-02-25

WONDERFUL

Love the continuing series and the narrator. she brings life to Jane and Beast! I will continue to follow the series in book and audio forms. Purs enjoyment.

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  • SuSuz
  • 2015-05-12

Short story packs a punch

This short story is a bit darker than some of the longer novels. I hope the magic in the land element can be expanded later as I found that fascinating. The cults abuse of women and children was delicately handled but I still found it disturbing ... which it should. I did cheer when Yummy went off with her prey.

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  • Vanessa C
  • 2015-03-23

Always a pleasure to read anything in Jane's world

I love these short stories that involve characters not usually seen. This story opens up the possibilities of future inclusion of various personalities. I look forward to their stories.

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  • Josh
  • 2015-03-09

The best books are from faith hunter

She keeps you on your toes all the time want to see more books on Jane yellow rock

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  • Catryne
  • 2015-03-05

As always

Ever read a story and catch yourself "improving" on the writing? I have never had that experience with Faith Hunter. Her plots, character development and turn of phrase are delightful. This story is no exception even if it is way too short.

As with all of the Jane Yellowrock stories, the narration is great. I've never had to cringe at the southern accent nor been stopped short by mispronunciation of a treasured concept. And Beast? She is purrfect.

Encore!!

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  • C. Woods
  • 2015-03-03

Can't get enough Jane Yellowrock!

Christine Hvam is brilliant.
Faith Hunter is brilliant.
The two together = pure genius

I CANNOT wait for the next installment.

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  • DebiLynn
  • 2015-03-01

Yet.another awesome Jane Yellowrock tale...

Faith Hunter. .Fabulous. .Jane Yellowrock fan for life..Can't wait until the next book in the series is released

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  • B. Stiner
  • 2018-09-18

One of the best Jane Yellowrock shorts

Great story, well read, and nice introduction to the main character of the Soulwood series.

Note to Audible: this story takes place AFTER "Black Arts, and before "Broken Soul". (Also before 'Shilo & the Brick', if you read the online material too.)

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  • Mike T.
  • 2016-08-19

THIS IS BOOK 7.5 !

Audible has (when writing this) this listed as book 6.5 in the Jane Yellowrock series. This is wrong. "Off the grid" is book 7.5 in the series.

It won't ruin book 7 (Black Arts) completely if you read it out of order, but it does contain a couple of minor spoilers for book 7. So - best read before book 7.

A compact story written with obvious outrage at the story subject. Almost bloodless (what? yes!). The story villain is dealt with in a surprisingly satisfying way...

Khristine Hvam - great as always.

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