Between Floors by W.R. Gingell

November 6th, 2019 Kimberly Review 13 Comments

6th Nov
Between Floors by W.R. Gingell
Between Floors
by W.R. Gingell
Series: The City Between #3
Narrator: Zehra Jane Naqvi
Length: 7 hours and 10 minutes
Genres: Urban Fantasy
Source: Publisher
Purchase*: Amazon | Audible *affiliate
Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarOne StarHalf a Star
Narration: 5 cups Speed: 1.3x

I’m not supposed to push through the boundaries of reality without supervision. I’m definitely not meant to drag a cop Between with me.

But stuff happens, you know?

Hi. I’m Pet. Well, not Pet, exactly. I am a pet.

Nothing too hard; I just cook and clean for the Behindkind who took over my house. Easy. But now one of my owners has gone missing. He’s fae, so it shouldn’t worry me, but if there’s something out there that can kidnap fae, I don’t wanna meet it.

Good thing I’ve got another two owners and a spare cop up my sleeve…

urban UNIQUE ADDICTIVE well written

Between Floors by W.R. Gingell is the third audiobook in the City Between urban fantasy series. I love listening to the narrations performed by Zehra Jane Naqvi. When one of the psychos she lives with goes missing, Pet naturally gets involved. Darker, twisted and addictive this series gets better and better! 

This is such a fun series and one that I recommend you listen to in the order of its release, if nothing more than to understand how this young woman came to live with two fae and a vampire as their pet. Well, not their actual pet and hey, not in a kinky way either! Just grab your earbuds and listen you won’t regret it!

I was dying to dive into Between Floors after the ending of Between Shifts and we dive right into and we find the Detective and Pet in the between.

Upon their return, Athelas has gone missing and Pet begins having bizarre dreams. Addictive, dark and twisted I was pulled in as I tried to determine what was real, what was behind and between over and under…ahhhh! Of course no one listens to Pet!

I love Pet and her interaction with JinYeong a Korean speaking vampire. Pet has been learning Korean, but also has begun understanding him more and more. She can’t decide whether he is letting her or something is happening. These two are a hoot together from the teasing to sibling type pranks. The narrator Zehra Jane Naqvi simply nails the snark, tension and affection between these two.

Gingell has created such a fresh, original series. I absolutely adore these characters and the way in which they play off each other. From meaningful conversations to frustrations it all feels genuine.

The Australian setting, slang and narration provided by Zehra Jane Naqvi brings another unique twist to the story for this American. She gives a unique voice to each character and even speaks Korean for JinYeong. Her voice for Pet rings true, although I increase the speed to 1.3x.

The storylines are dark, well-paced, intense and addictive. I cannot wait for Between Frames the next audiobook.

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13 Responses to “Between Floors by W.R. Gingell”

  1. Tyler H. Jolley

    I remember your last review on this, and I was so confused by Pet. Ha! This all makes so much more sense now. Excellent review, Kimba!