I didn't read the print version
Uncle jeb, he was firm, yet fair
I don't know
The story is creative, intriguing, intense in some parts, and very well written. I love the authors ability to create memorable characters that you care about. The unbreakable bond of family love is an over-arching theme throughout the book. I loved it and highly recommend both the read and listen!
I had read this book a long while back, and with the movie coming out soon I wanted to revisit it. The audiobook seemed like a good option. I'm rather particular about narrators. I recently purchased an audiobook and began listening to it and the narrator was so awful I abandoned ship and picked up the actual book (because I was afraid I would forever hate the book if I had to keep listening to it).
This narrator has a lot of different characters to portray and she does a great job of making the voices distinctive without being over the top. Well done. This made my "reread" of the book very enjoyable.
It was better than the twilight series all combined
when the meet up with the others to find the have a soul as well
she was not boring
the book makes you look at how we as a society treat one another
she needs to be writing more books like this I loved it and cant wait for the movie
The reader was excellent. She was extremely easy to listen to and was able to capture each character very well.
The story was different that what you might expect, but kept me interested the whole time.
I liked all the characters, and how they affected each other. I liked how they evolved. It was very well done.
I cannot say, other than I really enjoyed her characterizations. She did not leave me feeling annoyed once, which is difficult to find in an audio book. It's the reader that makes or breaks it for me.
No, I did not have an extreme reaction to the book. I did find myself wanting to continue listening to the story, so it definitely kept me going.
The only thing I would suggest to Stephanie Meyer, is to make her characters a little less melodramatic. I say this loosely. It's something I noticed throughout the twilight series.
She doesn't give the listener credit. She drills it in our head that this is the end for this character. It's beginning to feel like the boy who cried wolf. Notice how many times in all her books how the heroine says how she knows she's going to die, or something like that.
Too self sacrificing, which is a complaint from other characters in the story.
wanda not being like every other soul and developing feelings for the humans
Ian because he changed the most throughout the story
no I didn't like her voice
when Jared realized that Melanie was still there with Wanda
This story has a unique plot on what an alien takeover could look like. Although it was a little bit too long, the book is a great listen, and if she comes out with a sequel I would definitely listen to it.
I love reading and spending time with my family and friends.
yes, I loved the book and the narrator
The emotions of the events
We can all get along in peace
I absolutely loved this book. I am a Twilight fan, but this book tops all four of the Twilight novels hands down. I love the main theme of the story, it's very Ivasion of the Body Snatchers-esque. I would recommend this book to any sci-if reader or just any fiction lover.
I liked the Twilight books (guilty pleasure) so I figured I would try Meyer's other novel - Host. It was weird, and at times, confusing. Maybe this just wasnt a good book for me. I usually read epic series like: The Wheel of Time, Sword of Truth, Alerian Codex, Black Magician Trilogy, the Hungering Saga, Mistborn... etc...
So overall, I probably wouldn't buy another Stephanie Meyer book myself. However, I might listen to another one if a friend lent it to me.
The ending was so abrupt and kind of left you hanging... no hint of a sequel or any kind of real resolution.
not to me. I would have enjoyed listening to something else. But since I had purchased the book, I forced myself to finish listening to it to justify the expense. Hoping it would get better...