Reader mispronounced several words during the reading including Steele, foyer, and several others. It was slightly annoying. However she did an excellent job with the voices and prosody.
The audiobook is divided into big sections with multiple chapters w/in each audible "chapter", which is pretty frustrating.
Good plot, although there seemed to be a few holes. She also uses very odd descriptor words at times.
enjoyed the first one but I should have stopped there. while the narrator for this book is better than the first the story is slow and not half as good as the first. only listen to this to fall asleep.
I loved all of the Mortal Instrument books and enjoyed getting into the story a lot. Cassandra Clare managed to create a world which I could well picture in my mind and I couldn't wait to hear how the story continued.
The readings of all books were very well and brought life into them. I had to get used to a new voice in a new book, but they all did a great job!
The plot itself is what kept me on edge.
This one is an emotional roller-coaster. Its hard to tell where they are going to go next. But the is a good one.
Consistent, kind of bland, and unappealling
No, I needed to take a break from the narrator. The characters voices she used started to sound the same and made it hard to differentiate.
I like the narrator from the first book better!!!
Because books still matter.
I'm so heartbroken by some of the storyline but I loved it! Great performance as well from reader - good job!
I had to purposefully muffle my phone's speakers to be able to stand it.
Also, her Mexican accent sounds like a bad Dracula.
The story was good though. I just wish this book had been narrated by Mae Whitman (who narrated the new edition of the City of Bones audiobook).