Narrator had a great Irish accent and a wide range of voices to alert you to a different character.
Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series. Time travel through the stones.
Hoyt in the future in New York City
This book starts out slow because of the details needed, but when it gets going I couldn't stop listening. This book brings the paranormal worlds together with a wonderful story to entertain. You will enjoy if you give it a chance.
This is the same story as the Sign of Seven Trilogy. the narration is well done but the story is almost exactly the same. the sign of seven was a good story line but i didn't want to hear it again in a 14th century format. the concept had great promise but it was predictable once you have read the Sign of Seven Trilogy. I hope this helps
I have read most of the series that Nora Roberts has published. In fact, I've been listening to her "In Death" J.D. Robb-series since Audible began offering them. ( 6 more to go!) They are WONDERFUL!!!
The "In Death" series features Susan Ericksen's considerable talent as narrator. She gives life to all of the characters. I listen during my commute and I can't wait to get back to Eve Dallas' life.
When I saw the $4.95 offerings, I decided to try "Morrigan's Cross". By the time I listened to 1 1/2 CDs I just could not stand to listen to this book anymore. I'd finished both of my books for the month and I wanted to try one of the $4.95 "bargains"...but this book was NO bargain! Dick Hill's narration bored me silly! I literally couldn't take his droning on and on and on.
I hate to waste money by not finishing a book, but there are too many great books out there for me to spend time on ones I don't enjoy. I thought I'd try this one for $4.95, but the narrator is so irritating that the story is lost. I can't get more than halfway through, and the same narrator does the other two books in the series. Too bad.
This book is so boring and confusing. I'm glad I didn't download the whole series. I'm just upset that I spent 1 credit on it.