This story follows Nora Roberts tried and true formula of three men and women meeting up to defeat big baddie, ages old curse, and fall in love. Well this book only two technically fall in love. Great story as usual. The narrator is sometimes annoying, especially when doing the girl's voices.
I listen to this series about 3 or 4 times a year! Absolutely love the books, the characters the whole 9!
The Trilogy is GREAT! Bad narration - thank goodness he does not do the other two books.
Nora's Vampire Trilogy has a similar feel, and I really enjoyed reading these in print.
He cannot do realistic female voices. All the women either have exaggerated accents or sound like complete airheads, which is what Nora Roberts' heroines are NOT. I love this trilogy, but if Phil had done all three, I couldn't have made it through. I get the nails-on-a-chalkboard feeling when he performs women :(
I don't usually like books about evil spirits, but decided to give it a try. The story line is well written and interesting. I definitely will listen to the next.
The Demon at Hester's Pool
I am sorry but the performance was so bad the story was bad. He performed woman like air-headed idiots. I want my credit back.
I love romance and cultish types of books dealing with magic,supernatural,ghosts,spirits that are long in length. I enjoy thrillers also
superstition, myths, legends and imagination
Jewels of the Sun
easy on the ears and a very artistic performer
the entire Trilogy is awesome
Okay, this is my first review and I have been using Audible for probably about two years now. I have to say that this was the worst narration I have ever heard! I can't even get through the whole book. All of the males in the book sound like 12 year olds from a really bad B-rated Syfy movie and all of the females sound as if they were the cast from The Birdcage staring Robin Williams. I cannot finish this book! To those of you that have and will finish it, congratulations! Boy am I disappointed.
Surprise twist to mystery/fantasy/romance
When the two main characters went to the stone
main male character
the saving of the dog
I loved the narrative bouncing around the three different (male) characters giving three different points of view. It was also fun to have a male as a main character