1.5/5; 2 stars; COh dear God, could a 1200 year old Lykae really be such as boneheaded asshat?? When I read about the character of Bowen McGrieve in A Hunger Like no Other, I was interested in his story. From that perspective it was a disappointing book. On the other hand, the plot line of Mariketa's parents and the nature of her power and her enemy was good.I did enjoy the narrator's voice (Robert Petkoff) and ability to stay true to different accents. That's probably the only thing that allowed me to make it through to the end. This would be a better book to read so the pages and pages of Bowen being an idiot could be skimmed through.