Needs to look up how to pronounce words and not just make something up.
I had to walk away for about a week before coming back to this story. This narrator was vastly different than Cynthia, and not in a good way. Her male voices sound bored or like she is pinching her nose when doing them. It probably didn't help that I started this book right after the last book (I'm new to the series). After a week, I could tolerate her voice enough to listen. Really sucks when they change narrators after establishing a standard set of voices for 5 books.
I had issues with the first narrator, she could not do accents and she made everyone sound like a snob...plus she really struggled with pronouncing words correctly which really shocked me.
Regardless this new gal is on point, I miss Margot's French accent but other than than its so nice to actually hear the accents that the author described.
The story really wrapped a lot of lingering storyline up which was nice after so long, I am looking forward to seeing where the Chicago vampires are headed to next.
Merit and a newly returned Ethan Sullivan battle Black Magic, politicians with an anti supernatural lobby, and among other problems the secret of Mayor Tate! and before its all done the very future of Catigan house will be revealed!
The first few audiobooks had various words mispronounced but this one is great.
Storyline wise: everything comes to a head to take the series in a new direction. It's a good place to stop if one wants to abandon the series or a good place to recommit.
the most annoying narrator was picked to read this book. the book itself was okay however the books prior were much better. this was poor enough I probably won't read the following books.
The book is good but anytime you have a generator change when the original narrator is good it is hard to realign character voices. So that was disappointing. The new narrator does a nice job with many of the characters but the two main characters merit and Ethan were not done nearly as well as the prior narrator - that could just be because that was the narrator I heard them first with.
Narrator aside I felt like some of the character development was not fully explained and it made the story feel choppy but overall as I said a very good listen I will be listening to the next book .
Narrator did a fine job with reading the story.
One of the best parts for me was when Tate touched the book.
Catcher & Jeff are some of my favorite co-stars in the story
Love Merritt& Ethan
Never Ever have the time to "sit & read" - only way to read a book is to Listen to a Book - sooooo I cannot answer this question!!!
When Merit & Ethan were at the Farmhouse in bed talking about how they get themselves to fall asleep when things are stressful - It was a very Tender & very Nice moment in the book!!!!
To me the narrator is "more" important than the Book it self!!!!
So do not take lightly my review of Sophie, which is: I was soooo scared to purchase the "New" Narrator book and was HAPPY = Sophie is a Good Narrator - YES...her "Man" voice could be better BUT overall Sophie is "almost" as good as Holloway!!!
"TRY" listening to the narrator of: Forbidden Days = Lauren Sweet - OMG it should be a Crime to allow her to narrate & if I was the Author I would SUE = 1st Time I have ever said this....I want my money back!!!!! -
Soooooo compared to Lauren Sweet, Sophie is WONDERFUL, at least I'll keep buying Chicagoland books, whereas I will NOT spend 1 more dime on The Firsts Series!!!!
Really don't know.....Dark One????
Everyone just needs to calm down about the Narrator - she'll come into her own- AND be "VERY GRATEFUL" that it's not Lauren Sweet doing the narrating!!!!!