I'm a big fan of si-fi, but I'm finding that a love for mysteries budding up in me. I also like a lot of nonfiction.
The House of Night series was written by a teenage girl (and her mother) for teenage girls. If I were a teenage girl, I would like it better, however; if I were a parent of a teenage girl, I would probably hate it. An extra note. Although it is technically a vampire story, the pagan style of magic would appeal more to those who like witches than those who like vampires.
Zoey the other characters were so distinct, I'm still trying to figure her out. and i have read all the books except Revealed
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It is not a bad story, a good narrator, you don't have to think too much. Enjoyable and full of action.
I enjoy the writing, very simple.
Her accents are well executed between the characters, she is one of the better narrators.
Yes, worth a listen, not as good as the first in the series but good enough taht I will continue with the series.
I am a miracle worker. Doing what I can to choose love over fear.
I do not rank audiobooks because:
A. Since I listen to generes raging from a classic fiction to a field study
B. Different moods means as my mood change so does my genre of the day
C. This is a vampire series: The only suited for me, it might be about teens when we talk about the age they are teens Their actions is NOT suitable for teens below the age of 18.
Stevie-Ray because of her high-speed story
She IS the characters.
Yes: It is always sad when a cool character half-dies.
The perfect vampire book for those who never have found a vampire series for adults.
I love a print book buck everyone like to be read to so I purchase both whenever I can
i dont like her voice
i like all the mystery all the hidden stuff and the subtle foreshadowing
love theseries the book is awesome just couldnt stand that girls voice