One Unique Reader
The story was well written and I didn't find myself bored with a lot of unnecessary fluff
This book is very similar to every other vamp book you've ever read.
Yes and that's about all she did properly. Her cadence was all wrong and the voice she used for the leading male was awful... didn't appeal or give any desirability
Just an ordinary vamp falling for an ordinary girl…
This is a good read if you're bored and just need something..
hey :-) My name is Camilla
This book was a positive surprise.
I bought it on an impulse and I was quite surprised to find that this is quite good.
It's not the best book But it is still it's okay,
Follower of new and unusual authors
The narrator's sensuous way of telling the story. Not sure why some of the listener comments hate her 'cadence' - this is a story taking place in a different country and era, and she fitted her voice to the author's writing style, characters and timeframe perfectly.
Hearing the different accents (Irish, French/Russian? and Italian) was enjoyable too. Not always perfect, but nicely done and distinctive.
Yes, it is beautifully written prose, but the back and forth between the two main characters (he wants her; he pushes her away; he begs her to stay; she is scared, then changes her mind, stands her ground, etc.) was a little much sometimes.
I think this story would be even nicer in an abridged version. And it was nice to listen to a vampire story that took place in another time (1840's Ireland) versus a lot of the modern day vampire stories floating around these days.
Rhianna as the woman who loved the vampire Rayven so much, she was willing to become a vampire to be with him forever. Then her mom was another favorite :-)
Toward the end with Ravyen's ancient vampire friend, Salvatore in the chapel - but if I have say exactly what it is, it will spoil the wonderful ending for new listeners of Amanda Ashley!
Nice to see this award winning author's older best sellers come into audio form.
In the middle
If I say it will spoil the story for others
I had previously read the paperback and loved it. The audio version seems too slow for the first half of the story. I almost quit, but am very glad I didn't, the second half more than made up for the first half.
The story may have been good but I couldn't listen to more than a few hours. Sorry.....
I love AA's work USUALLY but, although the storyline was good, it seemed to be repetitive and slow. In my opinion it should have been a much shorter book.
Then there's the bad narration - PAY ATTENTION PUBLISHERS - read the reviews of the people who buy and actually try to listen to these books 'cause the narrator WILL make or break a book and this one nearly broke it so be warned.
Worth a credit? What can I say, I listened on double speed and even then it seemed to drag on but I liked the storyline - so it's 50/50.
A better narrator.
I haven't made it there yet. I'm still trying to force myself to go on.
Maybe, not with the same narrator. Sorry.
I've no idea.
Although the storyline is sweet, and the author appears to be very imaginative, the narrator leaves a bit more to be desired. I bought the audio version over 90 days ago and I'm only on chapter 13. I kept thinking, just hang in there, the narration will get better. At this point, I just want to get it over with. Sorry.
Nothing could salvage this
Narrator sounded like Ralphie from The Simpsons,faking (badly) an Irish accent. Wildly wrong for a story set in the south of England. Giving the heroine a child-like voice made it even more annoying.
I'd have found a 'phone-book more entertaining.
A different narrator.
The performance was overly dramatized, the voices and accents were awlful. The candance was really off.
Normally I am a big Amanda Ashley fan, but the performance of this book was so bad that I am afraid to purchase other Amanda Ashley books.
I was really looking forward to listening to this book. The narrator's horrible reading ability and embarrassing attempts at accents makes you almost feel sorry for her.....almost. At least she got paid for the job. I actually paid to listen to her. Now that's embarrassing!