I liked the storyline best though it could have been a bit more streamlined. Jordan (author) has Jacinda (our heroine) repeating thoughts to herself more than necessary for this reader - we get it already. The concept is wonderful!!! The continued trouble she gets herself in is near soap-operaesque but the tale captured my imagination and I wanted to find out what happened.
What I liked least is the narrator - so much so that I had to stop listening a couple of times because she is pressing her voice so much everything had an emphasis that was exhausting! I mean perhaps Plummer (narrator) was representing the intensity teenagers feel as they struggle with growing from children to adults but geez, it seemed Jacinda was either in rebellion, angry, in a state of angst, or swept with guilt...all the time - just by virtue of the tone of the narrator's voice. I will buy the sequel books, but I won't listen to this narrator again.
I was worried that a high school book would be too young for me but it's dark enough to not feel like a little kid's book. The world created by Jordan is fascinating and the characters are very round.
Well, I've never read the print version, but Therese Plummer is such a great narator, I could believe it.
The love story, and the refreshing different world Sophie Jordan has created.
Passion! Therese Plummer is one of my all time favorite narators, but she really hit this one out of the park. She captures Jacinda, the main character in a way that I don't think anyone else could.
The thought process in this book is so captivating I think I was pretty much moved throughout.
One of the best YA novels on the market, better than Twilight and I was a huge Twilight sogga fan.
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
I know this is a teen story, however I thoroughly enjoyed it and immediately downloaded the next book. I love the direction of the story, and the idea of dragons/drakkie. I would recommend this story for anyone who loves dragons.
Tell us about yourself!I have been reading constantly threw audio books sense a verry small age and have never lost the love of them.
Yes because it take a new look at dragons. Instead of space, or far off worlds this brings dragons in to our world threw the eyes of a teenage girl. also instead of being from a dragon riders point of view it is from the dragon. intreaging right?
No other because this book and its partner in the series are one of a kind. Just try it!
She is a very steady narator that you can depend on for narating well. I love the way she captures the voices in this book bringing them to life. She does a specialy great job on the male charactors. Vibrent!
sore, fight, be hunted and all while falling inlove.
This book is unique with a mix of romance and action that will be sure to keep you interested all the way threw. no extreme fears or violince but keeps you looking forward to the next book wich is great to. can't wait for book three!
Yes. It is a good story with some minor flaws but was very enjoyable.
The characters and how they interacted with each other. It was believable. The one flaw is that Jacinda was supposed to be so powerful as a fire breather but it never seemed to really help her or make a difference.
She has a nice voice that sounded age appropriate and lent a lot of enjoyment to the story.
Dragons are beautiful creatures.
Any parent should be happy for their child to read this book
I love the characters and story line...kept my interest all the way through.
Narrator is so good and brings feeling into the words.
I enjoyed the way the story was spun and delivered...Excellent book...I would gladly recommend it for anyone..
Maybe, I think they are equals.
The dragon plot.
No, I was able to pause and leave it for short breaks. It took me about a week to get through it.
Give this book a try it has great potential as a series.