the narrators did a wonderful job, this books had me hooked from the first chapter, i coulnt stop listing i was so into it, i was scrambing for thing to get done, and then drag it out as long as i could just to keep listening. i would recommend this book to anyone, im my opinion, it is the best book of 2012, and i cant wait til the next one comes out.
OMG - I was not expecting this. It was just ... sooooooooooo ... good! There was nothing about this book I didn't enjoy. Twisted Arthur, the Arcana, the death card, and the final showdown. Then, of course, there's Jackson. I want a bit of 'ol Jack. I want him to speak Cajun French to me!!!!
This was a great start to what should be a SPECTACULAR series. I hope it's a long one. It was expertly paced and painted such a great picture of a post-apoloclypic world. I'm dying for more of the Arcana!
Emma Galvin is a fantastic narrator. She doesn't just read, she's completely "in it." She makes me feel like she's really there, feeling and seeing everything. I loved her from the Divergent series and she does another fantastical, spectacular job. She's one of my favorites, no doubt.
I really enjoyed Keith Nobbs too. My first experience with him, definitely not the last! Hope I can find some solo narration jobs of his.
Absolutely, I already have. The story was dynamic and fresh, the characters were believable and plot moved at just the right pace. In the end, I was so satisfied with the initial book but am still left wanting more, more, more!
I loved the concept of the Tarot being real beings. Kresley Cole brought a completely new supernatural idea to life and did it well.
Emma Galvin was perfect! Loved her accent, loved the accents of her charactures (Jackson - be still my heart) loved the pace - everything! Keith Nobbs did a great job with his portrayal of a disturbed person - gave me goosebumps.
(Spoilers) The ending when Jackson had come for Evie, but when he found her and realized what she was, seemed to reject the idea of being with her.
Fantastic listen - highly recommended and wished we didn't have to wait for the next one!!!
The story/plot was fabulously original... LOVED THIS BOOK! I love the girl's voice, but it would slip in and out of the southern accent. Otherwise, everything about this story was AMAZING. One of my faves for the year =)
Kresley Cole is a true storyteller. I loved that every character has mystery about them. From start to finish this book had me at the edge of my seat. The narrators did an amazing job.
I LOVED the audio on this book! I haven't read the print version, although I usually do prefer print to audio. This time I loved the audio!!! The two narrators did such a fantastic job, they really brought the story to life, Very well done.
iI did laugh out loud a few times which I very rarely do! there was a bit of romantic angst too =)
If you like Kresley Cole, Do yourself a favour and try this audio book. I found it soooo much more enjoyable than her hunger like no other (immortals after darl) audio books!
I loved this audio book, I think I would love the printed version just as much!
Jack, because he is dark and brooding and you never know what he is really feeling or thinking.
I have not! But I am going to be looking them up, to see what else they've done.
This book was one of the best books I've listened to in a very long time! I did give a sigh of frustration when it it ended, because of the wait for the next book. I want to know what happens next. It gave me butterflies in my stomach through out the whole story. I loved the relationship with the characters. Just amazing!
I absolutely LOVED this book. I actually read it and then decided I wanted to hear it too. It was that good. Girl is considered nuts but is actually seeing the future, tied into tarot cards she is one of the good cards and to save the world must find the other cards (people) and destroy them. It did get a little slow and repetitive at times but it's all building to a huge tie in. Unfortunatley there are going to be sequels to wait impatiently for but if the author continues as strong as this first book it will be well worth it.
Tell me a story
I loved this book! It's one of those rare gems that make you want to stay up all night reading. There is some language, so I wouldn't recommend it for younger than seventeen years old. Other then that, it's amazing!