You get so involved in the love affair!!! You can feel and see the whole story as if you were there. I loved it.
How they made love for the first time. Very romantic and innocent.
The reader was excellent, He knew how to change his voice with the characters and made you feel what was going on in the story.
The whole thing was very good. I hated to stop listening when I had to get off the plane. I took it as something to do on the plane when I travelled to Alaska and I did not want anyone to talk to me while I listened.
shower & asking her brother, taking out the traters
good suprizes and new way to deal with the workers of the Docter
The author revealed bits and pieces of information in a way that kept my interest. Additionally, the tranformation of the female lead was heart breaking, inspiring, and hopeful.
A sigh of relief, and YESSS!
Tom Stechschulte use of inflection and pauses makes the listener slow down and enjoy the moment.
Ghost walkers rock!
It goes on with the story line and gets closer to finding out about the bad guy.
I love science fiction - especially about vampires, werewolves and the like. I'm almosts blind so I listen to all my books on Audible.
I have not read the print version so it's hard to rate - but I absolutely love to listen to audio books. I've listened to everyone of the Ghost Walker books.
I like the way that the author brings the characters to life throughout the book. I like the way that all the characters have strong personalities and are not afraid to show it.
I loved the way that Azami was when she held the little boy in her arms. It showed that she could also be kind and loving besides being an superb warrior.
I really liked the entire book - just like I've enjoyed reading the other 9 books in the series.
I highly recommend this book as well as the series to all my friends everytime I read one!
I like the Ghost Walker series of books in ebook format however this is the first audio book I have purchased. The story is getting frustrating because Dr. Whitney needs to be taken down and a fresh protagonist created. There are boundless options awaiting, but with Whitney being so untouchable the storyline is getting unrealistic. I think the series could really benefit if he were defeated and the Ghost Walkers can regain their lives and move on to bigger and better things. That being said the narrator of this audio book was hard to listen to. The flat tones he used to portray the Asians and the unrealistic voice of the African American lead in the story was pretty bad. It took me approximately three months to listen to the entire audio book and for me that is extremely long.
The teleporting and the ingenuity of the female lead character.
He differentiated the characters however the lead characters were unpleasant to listen to.
Hurry to get to the end of the story.
From her yes. If he is the only reader, no.
It went back to the orginal characters.
He can not read female parts. If he continues to read this series, I highly recommend that a female narrator joins the team. I can not stress enough how bad he is with the female characters. And his take on the Japanese accent was horrible.
I like the new characters that have been added to the orginal team, but where are some of the old ones? What happened to Jeff, the surfer boy? Don't get me wrong, I like the other Ghost Walker teams, but it is nice to find out what is going on with the original team. It would be nice to know what is going on with the team that we have only heard about. I think they were once members of the air force.
I like the narrator - he really sends you into the book.
Christine Feehan is one of my favorite authors and this is one of my favorite series of hers. All of the books have been great!
If you have followed this series you may have wondered what happened to Thorn. I found the genesis of her new life to be very satisfying. I also enjoyed the way that Christine Feehan allows the reader to "touch base" with characters from previous books. The respect with which the author treats the role of the military resonates with me. The book is fantasy but I suspect that in reality the missions and the feelings of the soldiers are not that different from those who currently serve.
This book is somewhat unique in the series because of the way Thorn has constructed her life. She has not had the need to hide in the same way the other "lost girls" have had to in order to live independently of Whitney.
I have always loved Gator. Tom Stechschulte is very consistent in his portrayal of the various Ghostwalkers and it is like hearing from an old friend when I hear certain voices.
There is a moment in which Thorn realizes that although she has made Whitney one of the most important influences in her life she has no importance to him. That to him she does not exist. This epiphany allows her to make some different choices. I think that is a rather universal image. People hold on to old wounds inflicted on them as children and allow these things to direct their lives as adults. It was empowering to see Thorn break that pattern.
An enjoyable read. Lots of questions to be addressed by other characters in the next books. I did find that there were a few loose ends that were not addressed regarding Sam and Thorn.
Thorn and Sam didn't have a lot of personal challenges to overcome in their relationship but the story still captured and enthralled.
Tom Stechschulte does an excellent job as always. I think I could listen to this man perform readings day and night and never get tired of listening to him.