The series is good enough to interest me to continue reading, although, as some have mentioned, the heroin can be annoying in her ignorance. I REFUSE to spend my money on any more books narated by Dina Pearlman. Absolutely no voice inflection to distinguish characters and every sentence ends with a downward note. You cannot tell when Anna is talking to herself or talking to others. She made the book so aweful that I could hardly finish listening, but I don't spend my credits lightly and I felt I had to bear it out. Read this book, don't listen to it.
and I LOVE a good vampire tale. The story line was BORING and predictable but what really tanked this one for me was the narration. It was HORRENDOUS!! Monotone, flat and uninspired are three words that describe the reading of this blah blah boring story. Glad I didn't spend more than $5 for this one. Even that was too much.
I was very disappointed when listening to this book. I was read to stop listening less than three hrs in. Anna is not very intelligent and seems to trust complete strangers and lie to friends. don't waste your money or credit on this
I was hoping I would enjoy this novel more than I did. I like the genre a great deal, but the main character got on my nerves as she seems so bi-polar. She also seems a bit self delusional as well, blatantly not seeing what's in front of her. Still it was an okay listen, the production and narration was well done. Dina Pearlman did a great job with the voices, and inflections of voices. I'm hoping the 2nd book the main character gets a clue. It was enjoyable enough for me to at least try the 2nd book.
Okay story and so-so narrator. I won't be looking for other books by the author or by the narrator.