hilarious, entertaining, enjoyable
Well that would be hard to say because Dani "Maga" is just unforgetable.
when Dani almost died
The Reading Audiologist
I've listenced to Phil Gigante on other books and his voice is always easy to understand and well modulated so that I'm not constantly turning the volume up and down. Natalie's voice was very difficult and even with using what I know about speech intelligibility and important frequencies for speech I was still nearly blasting my hearing out to understand her. Her Irish accent left much to be desired for me. I returned the audiobook and will stick with my kindle version for now.
I just love this book. I can't wait for the next one to come out. I love Dani in the first series and I love her in this one. The narrators for this series are fabulous also.
The snarky remarks. Sometimes the characters down right made me laugh out loud.
Their voices and interpretations of the each characters personalities. I LOVED the narrators, they did an awesome job!
At first, you'll want to give up on this story. You'll question the author writing about a 14 yr old, hold on and keep listening. It makes sense and you'll not regret it!
Iced ranks up in the top 5% of all the audiobooks I've listened too thus far.
The story was unpredictable and the lead character was very entertaining
Dani is my favorite character. She is very colorful and strong.
Duh! I'm a superhero!
I can't wait for the other two books in the series.
Over and over in the years to come... It is on my favorite list
Dani Of course. DUDE
I went back and listened to the first five books of this series... But Iced was the best and I can't wait till the next one comes out....
Probably. Enjoyed Dani's story style once I quit expecting it to sound like Mac's from the Fever series.
Dani touching the frozen scene & nearly dying.
And I love the Phil Gigante's voice. I couldn't get enough of this book and I can't wait until the next one.
Too many twist and turns to even write about this book draws you in.
I really loved this book - the characters were great! Dani was such a refreshing heroine. When I first realized she was 14 I was like "this can't be good", but she was awesome. She just loves life, and she made me happy listening to her. There's this moment where she thinks she is going to freeze to death, so she cracks the biggest smile/laugh just so her body will be frozen in a happy state. I mean, you have to love someone like that!
In addition to being super positive she also kicks some serious ass. And she is super tough. I can't wait for the rest of the series! Natalie Ross does a great job with her as well.
I also think I might have a small book-crush on Ryodan. YUM. Phil Gigante gives him an awesome voice.
I never read the Fever-series, and I think I might have had a slight disadvantage because of it. The world isn't explained in enough detail, so I'm still sort of confused about the sidhe-seers, the Sinsar Dubh, the Unseelie and the story concerning Cruce. While I'm waiting for Burned I think I'll read Fever. Still, the plot is good, and it's all entertaining. It's suspense and SO funny. I laughed so hard at some of the dialog between Dani and the other characters (mostly Ryodan), as well as Danis inner monologue. I really recommend you read this!
"Life's a choice: you can live in black and white, or you can live in color. I'll take every shade of the rainbow and the gazillion in between!” -Dani
This is a must listen book. If you haven't then get it right now. Natalie Ross, and Phil Gigante, you rock. Dani and the other characters, well just Wow. Bring on more books! I almost cried at the end didn't want it to end.