A new imaginative world, a new twist that increases as the series goes on...
Macon or Amma or Link
Since I am from the south it would be something I could recreate very easily but I could see that for someone not from the south his southern accent really helps set the scene.
At first it was a little slow but once it got going....Yes.
I loved this book... I am already almost done with book 2... can't wait to start book 3.
not sure, I haven't read the print.
the way the secrets of the family were unfolded
no, it was very long
All encompassing, well rounded
The Twilight series, possibly Hunger Games, similar genre
Flowed nicely, did not overdo female voices
I enjoyed listening to this book. I am no critic of all that is literary but I did enjoy listening at the very least.
More with Ridley & Uncle Macon's love lives.
I thought the narration was outstanding.
one of the best so far
I think she did a good job
I think that the book is way cooler then the movie
No I wouldn't
I loved the reading the book myself the characters came to life for me
The southern accent seemed fake
No, it was the first time I wanted to get my money back on audible
Won't make this mistake again
If the story continues the way it is going, I believe it will become an exceptional and dramatic saga to rival many, many others!
I literally couldn't stop listening for hours and hours on end. The first night I listened for over 14 hours straight and was so tired that I worried about missing too much, so, I got a good night’s sleep then started all over from the beginning the next day... I was very glad I did that, because I would have, indeed missed too much.
I cannot wait to hear the next 3 books. :-)
I enjoyed the up to date storyline of fantacy with historical and literary components, as well as, the development of relationships among the characters.
I liked the overall air of mystery surrounding the story.
My favorite scene was near the end when all of the main characters were coming together for the Claining of Lena.
I think most of us have experienced to some degree the ostracism Lena endured by the social "elite" of her school and town. It was very poignant to feel this empathy for her .
I plan to read the next book "Beautiful Darkness" since I enjoyed this book so much. Definitely, the audible version enhanced my enjoyment; and, I hope the story keeps its integrity to the storyline and characters so I can plan to enjoy the next book in the series.
Enjoyed the story and narration but could have done without the sound effects - they sounded hokie. Will not continue the series with the audiobooks!
The plot seemed to be moved along only by the parents refusing to tell the main characters a thing. The non-ending only led into the second book, answering almost none of the questions posed throughout the hours and hours of listening. UGH. Not worth it.
The narrator had a pleasant voice HOWEVER the dream sequences were garbled and seemed to be mixed with the music being part of the foreground making it hard to hear. I redownloaded and had the same problem so it's in the file itself.