Yes anyone who has a problem with eyesight will be able to continue to enjoy a good book through audiobooks. If you do not have an eyesight problem these audiobooks allow you to do housework or other things while listening to great stories.
Julian Savage I liked his sense of humor.
Not sure how to answer that.
No I was just a fun book to listen to because of the new twist on how vampires came to be.
A Must Read,
My first audio book that I just couldn't put down...
The story as well as the narrator held me as a captive audience from start to finish. (had to find a pair of head phones because I had things to get done and didn't want to stop listening) I see that the author is an accomplished writer and can only hope that I can find another one of her books I can enjoy as much as I did this one..I don't know if there is a second book to pick up were this one ended ..( not a cliffhanger) Sure hope so..( if not maybe there should be.. hint,hint) Lol;) Thanks for a great book...
Michael is way to patient with "little one" She was way wined & wined about everything. Never listened, always in trouble. You would think she was a 12 year old.
Author? Not your best work.
Narrator? Not your best work either. ..
Very labored and repetitive. The heroine character was weak. I will likely not purchase from this author again. Perhaps some of her other work is better.
Not enough plot. The girl was an idiot. The "prince" wasn't interesting at all.
Couldn't get into it enough to care.
Couldn't even get through half of it.
I made myself finish this book because I thought the plot had potential and I have read books farther down the sreies that I did like. I bought this book to give me missing background details on characters who showed up in the book I read. The hunt for those details was what kept me going through this book.
This is my least favourite of the five I've read so far. But, I read the other four, so maybe it was that old clash between the naration and the picture already set in my mind.
The female lead was supposed to be American born and raised, but the narator gave her a strange English as a second language accent. That, added to a voice sounding like a whiney Marilyn Monroe, made me wish I could skip the parts when she spoke.
Wait for the DVD so you can fast forward through the anoying parts.
There WAS wonderful world building, great character development, subtle insights into the connections between characters who will star in future volumes. Those hiden gems, which were thankfully as plentifull as easter eggs at an indulgent grandparent's house, were what kept me coming back for more. Thankfully I started reading around five books into the series, so I was hooked on a very well written book with detailed caracter development. If this audio book had been my first exposure to the series, I probably would never have gotten to that book.
If you're like me, then I suggest you jump ahead a few book to where I know it's much better, then back track for the details you want further explination on.
The book gives a incredibly in depth look into the thought process and emotional turmoil of a character thrown into a completely different world. The emotions are realistic and someone who is interested in fantasy with the psychological reality mixed in may like this book.
I might try to give her another try. I have not liked some series from an author and love others, so I wouldn't rule it out. Feehan writes an intriguing story and the story had promise but the overly indepth descriptions of the main character's mind just became tedious.
Craden's performance was good and her voices were dynamic. I would likely listen to another book she narrated. My only issue with this performance was the high pitched voice she used for the main character Raven. Due to the sheer amount of internal angst Raven expresses. That particular voice became almost painful. This was more likely due to the story than narrator.
it had a promising story and the other characters were intriguing. I was interested in Freehan's take on the vampire origins and myth, as it was a different take then the usual fare. Also, it was refreshing to see someone react a little more realistically to coming face to face with a supernatural being. Unfortunately, the author was just too detailed in expressing emotions and so repetitive, that the good aspects were overpowered by the tedium.