I Love a great supernatural tale, a Love story, PNR, a Cool Mystery and Most Sci-Fi....if there are vampires, weres or witches in it, that's a plus! Basically I am a 40+ y/o young at heart woman rediscovering the wonderful world of books and am now addicted! Lol I LOVE AUDIBLE!!!!!
IT WAS AWESOME!!!! from beginning to end I was hooked....could not put it down!! The whole book, from the plot to the narration it was flawless.....best mystery I have ever listened to!!!
there is no comparison...this is a book that stands on its own...it was brilliant in every aspect!!
He was flawless...his narration was brilliant with his voices and descriptions of everything....
WE WILL SAVE THE WORLD!!!!!
I was addicted to this book from page 1....I listened to it in 1 day and will listen to it again...I loved everything about it...it was brilliant..even though it was far fetched and a crazy concept...it was superb and the ending left it open enough for another installment...I hope there is another one...if you like a great mystery, with sci fi and horror thrown in...you can not miss this book!! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!! 2 HUGE THUMBS UP!!!!!!!
This is a very enjoyable listen with enough originality to keep it for being predictable.
The people are the written well enough that you can imagine meeting them on the street.
Never a dull moment
once the readers know about the history of kavach it might have been cool to add a time dilation effect so some of the historical characters like Nikola tesla could have helped. Time dilation effect is also a part of spacetime.Learn more about Lock Management. The other dimensions that were explored could have been developed better.
very expressive performance, good pace that varied as needed
humanity's greatest creation in the middle of L. A.
Did not read it.
Xela. She was quite a character, unusual, artsy, and smart.
No but I would again.
I don't know in one sitting but I certainly couldn't wait to get back to it!
This was a surprisingly exciting story enhanced by the talented Ray Porter. Twists and turns and heart-stopping action. Mysterious, too. What a treat!
I liked this a lot - it was very suspenseful and fast-paced; the author did a great job of building the story and making it very creepy. The characters were interesting and engaging, and the underlying premise is really cool. The narrator did a FANTASTIC job of creating a unique voice for each of the characters, and considering how many there were, that's impressive. You could easily tell which character was speaking regardless of how it was communicated via the words. I will look for more by both this author and this narrator.
This is well worth the listen if you like horror and have high standards for it.
The characters feel real and you appreciate the contemporary setting. Sometimes these stories feel farfetched to the point you are pulled out of the story. However, in 14 the progression feels natural and character's reactions to extraordinary events are genuine.
Imagination at work!
How unexpected it was. I enjoyed the developing relationships of each character which ultimately lead to the major surprise of the novel!
I will listen to 14 again. Everytime I re-listen to an audio book, I get more out of the story. Very similar to re-reading a book.
The opening of Apt 14
The different voices were very good. I did have one problem with the speed of his reading.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
3.5 overall. Slow to start off. I am not as big of fan of the narrator as other reviewers. He was okay, but I don't think he was as wonderful as everybody was saying. His accents were okay, but when he just read in his normal voice he was a little dry. I will admit that I sometimes dread the beginning of books because they have to build up the story, and sometimes it takes a while. This one took about half a book. I ended up listening to a short story in between because I wasn't as excited to get back to the book as a good book would make me. And once it started to pick up it went into super drive. Of course that doesn't mean it was good. It was an okay book with monsters that have been done before. Too many characters to have any connection with any of them and it took forever to introduce them, although they were likable. It was probably worth a BOGO free sale (which lucky that’s how I got it), but I wouldn't use a whole credit. Try Monster Hunter International by Larry Correia, it rocks.
I often find myself listening to a long series. This was a nice break in my routine and made me want to listen to it twice. I especially liked how the narrator handled the personalities and voices of the characters.