I am addicted to audio books, mostly fantasy. I have alwayz loved to read but could never find the time. This way I keep my mind occupied with wonderful stories and don't get caught up in life's stresses. I'm so glad I found this site.
I enjoyed the movie so I wanted to read the book. I thought the book was much better of course. I defiantly want to continue the series.
I would most definitely listen to this series again. I watched the movie when it first came out and never understood why they didn't make more! Now, having read the series, I completely understand!! I still like the movie, but besides the details it was lacking, very few were correct. Hunger Games being first, this is my second favorite series! Love it!!
Ethan is by far my favorite character! He's so level headed and down to earth. He never becomes pouty like Lena or entitled like Amma. He just stayed cool and collected throughout the series. My second favorite would be Link!
I thought Kevin T Collins read this book fantastically!! He really got into the characters and never once did I feel it becoming mundane!
Witches. Southern history.
I absolutely loved the flashbacks of the civil war and the love story intertwined with the two main characters. I love history and couldn't get enough of it.
I have only listened to this performance of Kevin T. Collins, but I believe that he did an amazing job. It really made me believe he was all of the characters that he did. I would definitely listen to another one of his audible books.
I wanted to, but it was way too long. I did finish it very quickly. I listened to it for hours at a time.
I saw the movie first and loved it which made me always wanted to read the book. I am so glad that I got the chance to listen to this audible book. Now I want to listen to the next book in the series.
Movies are never as good as the books right? Well not this time. The movie was way better. I feel like after spending 17 hours waiting for this book to get as good as it could have been all I did was listen to someone say over and over again "My birthday is coming I'm turning evil". That theme was what this whole book rode on. I got so tired of hearing it. So I thought well too bad, not my style ,life goes on, I'll get over it. But then in the last thirty minutes of the book out of nowhere there are new narrators. So I figured something must have happened that caused them to need a new narrator. I can't imagine they would do it on purpose. You listen to 16 hours of one guy with one style, you've got the feel of his narrating and then wham a whole new person. So all I can say is that I would not recommend this book and if you do listen, be prepared for new narrators to finish the book. I gave the performance 3 stars because Kevin, the narrator for 16 hours, really does a great job. I had to mark it down for the switch at the end, which ruined the whole performance. As much as this next sentence makes me cringe to say, my suggestion is, just watch the movie and find a different book to read. Good luck and happy listening.
If I did, it would be to Teens or Young Adults.
No, probably not, but only because I really jumped into a genre that I used to enjoy, but I must have crossed a line somewhere in the recent past because I found myself overly-critical of what should just be an indulgent-juicy-read.
No, this was my first listen.
It's not a bad book, but it is a type of storytelling that isn't necessarily "For Me" any more. It's got a lot of teenaged angst, confusion, drama, and the story is interesting enough to get through the book, but it was a little tiring by the end. So sayeth the 42 year old reader.
Addicted to Audible.
It was ok.
The most interesting aspect of the story was the concepts about the witches.
As a guy I like how this love story was from a guys point of view. The descriptions leave more for the mind to make up which is fine by me. I finished divergent before this and from my pt of view there was too much description of just how hand went together. I can relate to this story more.