Personally, I get similar vibes to that of Twilight (roles reversed) but incredibly witty, more in depth characters.
I love this series! I loved the first book for all the crazy witty references to the greatest novels and authors of all time. If you enjoy coming of age love stories, characters not only find out who they are but also discover their own past & future, anything supernatural, bro-mance, or YA novels, you should definitely give this series a chance!
I enjoyed the story and character development. It would be sad not to be able to go back to Gatlin.
Makes you wish you knew a polite southern boy.
I have tried several audiobooks by the the two authors. I find their series entertaining, and they have some really interesting characters.
There were no big surprises connected to the ending, but it did trigger my interest enough to want to listen to the next audiobook in the series.
The narrator does an excellent job portraying the different characters.
I probably would, but I doubt that there will ever be a movie based on this book.
The story is entertaining, but not as engaging as the story in book 1.
I am a school counselor that loves horror, fantasy, autobiographies, self-help, and Christian genres. I am a BIG bookworm! Reading is life!
Yes, probably a few years from now. I do not like to listen to books over and over because it takes away the magic of them for me.
The relationship between Lena and Ethan is somewhat of a resemblance to Diana Bishop & Matthew Clairmont of "Discovery of Witches." The plot as well had the same detail-oriented quality of sucking me into a roller coaster ride of "WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT???" Plus, the Castor World/ Incubus World resembled the vampire and demon world in "Discovery of Witches." There was a lot of archaic knowledge between both of them. Similar qualities but two totally different stories!
Kevin T. Collins was amazing at bringing this book to life! He definitely used inflections and accents to his advantage. You could tell that he wanted to make sure every person in the book had a presence. He made the characters relatable where you could not help but fall in love with them and laugh when they did things that were characteristic of their nature. The way he narrated the story...it just flowed so well and his southern accent was pretty good. His English accent always made me smile. I really liked Liv in the book!
YES! There is no Earthly way that I could have... seeing that it is almost 16 hours long, but I could not wait to find out what was going to happen next. I was like "Hurry, hurry!! I have to know!"
Make sure you read "Beautiful Creatures" before, but this series will not disappoint! Kami Garcia & Margaret did an amazing job crafting this gorgeous story together. I could understand why seeing that they are a reading specialist or specialized in creative writing. I will say that the book is very different from the movie in many ways. Many "Beautiful Creatures" fans were so disappointed that the director did not stick to the story or decided to cut important characters from the story line. I think the casting director did a phenomenal job casting who they did for the roles! I integrated those people into my visualization of the characters and it just made sense!
this is a very short story with 2 hours of promo for next book
I like any books that hook you within the first chapter. If a love story is involved even better.
Yes I love Kevin T. Collins' voice.
It is hard to pick just one, but I have to say Link is the funniest man alive.
My favorite is every minute of it all.
How far would you go for love?
Get it and love it!
This was the book of the series in which the most happened. It was fun to listen to and see how the characters evolved and grew. It was the best plot.
His voice. I could just listen to that voice with that accent all day long. It made me feel he was sitting next to me in the car and telling me the story.
I felt it was, I had previously read/listened to Beautiful Creatures and was hooked. I felt that I needed to see where the characters went from the end of BC.
Macon was my favorite. His cadence and drawl were dead on for what I expected when reading book 1.