Yes, but I had to listen to the beginning 3 times, because the discription of the characters is so thin. For instance: The flight wings on Clint, are they a part of him or does he look like a human and have wings attached? Does he have a bird face? I did get into the book and enjoyed it. I like female heroines and Kaylin had a humorous personality which didn't make the story all dark and dangerous all the time. There were good elements to Kaylin's magic such as her healing ability as well as the dark parts of the magic.
Better description of the characters, especially Avian.
I liked the story line just fine but reading more of the series would be like watching buffy the vp slayer but that being said does'nt mean I won't listen to them anyway
The narrator does a wonderful job giving the characters emotions and inflections. I am so glad to see that she continues narrating this series.
A great beginning to a series. It has some interesting twists and turns, a clearly the beginning of a larger story. I finished the first one and immediately wanted to move on to the next.
depends on their age - Plays to a younger croud
A little to farfetched, hard to follow.
I have never read the print version but love the audio series and can't wait for #8.
I hated to get interrupted while listening to this book.
You can't go wring with this series.
I mostly listen to Fantasy and Young Adult Fiction, sometimes Humor or just plain old Fiction. I have a long commute and listen to a lot.
I felt that the narrator for this book was a perfect choice, she sounds like I would expect the main character to speak.
The book was interesting and I enjoyed it, but I had a few issues. First the author would get on tangents. I don't need a 35 minute explanation of how she walked to the office and the people she met on the way (seriously). Then she would get going on a story line and then abruptly halt it and move onto something else, I take it multiple things were happening at once, but it was annoying that the main character would be on her way to do something and then all of a sudden something else needs to be dealt with. I would just be getting into the story line when they would completely change what was going on and start on a new path.
author is illogical and irrational. the caracters are often OOC (out of caracter) from one chapter to the next. it's hard to read on, even though the story isnt bad.
I already have the Cronicles of Elantra series in ebook format but I re-read them often and the is the second book; the first being the prequel, that I have in audio book format. Ms. Sagara has a unique writing style that's very discriptive and spellbinding. In this book Kaylin Neya is reunited with Severn and sparks fly. And Oh there's a chemistry triangle building with Kaylin, Severn and Nightshade, the utterly lickable Barrani Outcast. Plus all of the other characters in the series that make me want to visit often. Can't wait for the next book in the series coming out sometime in September.
Do I just have to pick one. Kaylin, Nightshade, Severn, I love them all.
Kaylin Neya she's a natural at portraying the character.
Kaylin getting over her fear of the Tha'alani.
Great Series, I highly recommend it.
The entire series if very good. I love fantasy book but Michelle Saga has a exceptional imagination. Not only that but throughout the entire series, it has no sex and very limited profanity further demonstrating her writing talent. Not that I am a prude, I am not but it is an exceptional writer that write a good book/movie without those things. Kristine Hvam does a wonderful job narrating it.
I bought this because of the Free Novella Audible offered; once I heard it I was delighted to discover the series.
The story is compelling and entertaining...hard to put down *~)
The narrater Khristine Hvam is fantastic...I forgot I was listening to a book. She absolutely brings the characters to life.
I intend to listen to more of the series by Michelle Sagara, and will probably look into other books narrated by Khristine Hvam.