Always looking for a good book. Its my passion.
struggled to finish it, some parts got lost ,good narrator, this read was just so so for me.
I didn't read the print version of the book so I wouldn't be able to say which is better.
Stevie-ray is my favourite character. I love the warmth she brings to the book and the group. I completely understand why she was earth.
I didn't read the print version of the book so I wouldn't be able to say which is better. However she did a good job.
This book was entertaining. I read book 2 in paperback and fell in love with the series. I live in Jamaica so it is hard to find this series available. I didn't want the kindle format because I prefer to be holding the physical book, touching the pages why I read through and I enjoy the smile of a new book when I buy it. I was a bit unsure of a audio book because I didn't feel that I could be able to listen to someone else bring across the different expressions in the book or even paint a picture for me to visualize the scenes and characters. Edwina Wren did a great job and this is my first experience with an audio book. Sometimes I would forget that it was one person-a woman reading the book to me.
It was awesome!
Narration. Did not understand what the accent was about. Also I get that the girl was in high school, but she wasn't in the Valley in 1994. She's in Oklahoma. The inflection and accent did not match up and the whiny teenage affect was irritating
Narration. Only got through the first hour since the narrator's voice and accent was horrendous.
Irritation, disappointment I wasted my money/credit on it.
Maybe ok for a 12 year old.
The voice was a little on the annoying side, but was pretty good for pretending to be a teenager. Alright.
Sci fi junky that used to read a lot.
While I believe Edwina can make the most boring narration interesting, much like a female Morgan Freeman, marked and the other books in this series tell an epic tale of feminism at its best. Not belittling the vampire mansculinity but complimenting it perfectly. Vampires, Magic and a little "hoeishness" goes a long way for this series.
This series is more directed to young adults, but as a 50+ grandmother, I really enjoyed it. I'm on book 12 and will listen through book 15!
It needs to be re-done with a new narrator.
I wasn't disappointed with the story line, and would have gone on to the next in the series, but didn't think I could listen with the same narrator. She drove me up the wall with all of the mispronounced words.
Maybe the gay kid, only because they couldn't mention him without noting that he was gay. So unnecessary.
Cute, addicting, entertaining
Nala, because she's funny lol
Not unless I really wanted to hear the book and she was the only choice. I am not a fan.
I wish I could listen to it read by someone else. I feel bad for being so picky but her pronunciation, accents, and inflection for the situations are just way off. For some reason every time Neferet talks she gives her a sexy voice that's generally not appropriate for the situation. Her accents are just weird.. People just don't talk like this in real life. Also, while I am in love with this whole series, it was hard for me to get past the writing style at first. It's fitting for a book about a 16 year old to be written like a 16 year old thinks. But I generally can't stand 16 year olds so it was difficult for me to get past lol. It was worth the bad narration and being in the mind of a teenager though, the story is very entertaining.