Born in the USA
maybe but I don't want to be let down at the end only to have to wait for the next book to come in in another 2 years?
Good - loved his intrepretation of #9!
Yes! The stupid "transmissions" of Pittacus Lore. I could not understand them.
Only with the end - didn't like how it just "stopped"
It was pretty good! I've listened to a bunch and the actors did a really good job.
Happy and sad it isnt over yet. Happy cause there is more story but sad cause I have to wait for it to come out!
The continued story and development of the charactors
#9, Chicago, Illinois
No extreme reactions, just a fan of the series
Hurry up with the next one!!!
I am not a big fan of the multiple readers. The books are now being written to quickly, and lacks the same fun of the first book. The end recordings of Pittacus Lore, are barely "Audible", and are read in a nearly demonic voice. I believe the intent was to have a digital sound but it was not delivered well.
If like book series get, if you are just a casual listener I would get out now.
Too many voices and the women's voices are very close to each others in tone.
NO! The first movie was bad the second can only get worse!
Cut short the story arc with the girls 6, 7 & 10. It was boring and dragged the book out. Entirely to much writing just to introduce 1 character.
Extend the arc with the boys and bring all the loriens together earlier rather than waiting for the end of the book to do it.
The fact that 4 and 6 would separate even if they had different agendas they are aliens being hunted and it makes no sense to me that they would split up. One of the two characters might not be happy but they would always stay together considering how hard they fought to find each other.
In this story I realized the guards goal was to become Pittacus Lore to defeat the enemy
No changes to the narrator but the recording messed up bad on Chapter 16
No inspiration from the Rise of Nine - I did not see number nine excelling or the guards who were identified doing anything exceptional. So maybe. The Rise of Nine left me wondering who or what will rise?
I was let down by this one, it was ok but not up the standards of the first two. The extra narrators killed this book and made it hard to listen to.
As a mom of teenagers, I spend a lot of time in the car, and a lot of that time is spent listening to Audible. Because of that, I tend to listen to a lot of YA novels, and my reviews will include the "Mom View" of cussing, sexuality, etc...
Having read the previous two books, I was eager for the third installation. In the second book, the narrator's use of Sam's voice had him sounding just a few points above retarded. Sorry, but it's true. Nonetheless, I was interested enough in the story to spend a credit on this as soon as it came out.
The narration ruined what was probably a decent story, but I honestly just couldn't tell. The male voices were all caracitures. Awful. And *every* sentece was just *so* emphatic... Even going to the bathroom was a life or death situation... I'm shuddering as I think about it.
**On the upside, there wasn't much profanity, & no sexual situations to bother younger readers.
I'd recommend this series to a friend because it is very entertaining. When I got to the end of the book I couldn't believe I had already finished 10 hours of listening. It just flew bye. I was totally immersed in the author's world.
My favorite character, by far, Bernie Kosar. He's every childs dream! A loyal companion that can turn into an alien killing beast.
I particularly like the narrators' ability to make you feel the emotions the author is trying to convey.
I did, without even planning to. Started at work, on the commute home, and then finished it up at home, flew bye.