I NEVER listen to audiobooks more than once. I do believe that I will listen to this again!! Especially if I have to wait a while for the next book.
I have never listened to an audiobook like this one.
No, but now I want to listen to more of their audiobooks. I think that they made the book even better than if I had read it myself. The Irish accents took it to another level and OMG Phil Gigante has a sexy voice!!!
I'm the MEGA! Dani Fecking O'malley!
If you are a fan of the Fever series and are not sure you'll like a book based on Dani....If you can't imagine liking a book that doesn't revolve around Barrons and Mac, Don't hesitate! Take a chance. It's a great book and it will make you absolutely, positively LOVE Dani! I can't wait until the next book.
I really found it hard to stop listening to this book once I got started. Natalie Ross and Phil Gigante do not disappoint with this narration. They kept the usual voices for characters found in the Fever series the same.
As for the story, I think KMM did a great job of keeping in mind this story is froma 14 year old's perspective. I honestly can't wait to see how the continuation of the story goes, especially since the first one dended kind of abruptly (but it was not a cliffhanger. It was just enough to keep you interested for the next book).
Bankruptcy attorney residing in South Florida. Love fiction and fantasy books, salsa dancing, writing and spending time with my husband
This new chapter in the Fever World is absolutely amazing. I am a huge fan of the fever series and I have to say this first book in the Dani Novels was even better than the first book in Mac's story so my expectations for the next one are set super high. Dani is a fascinating character full of depht and complexity. The the tension of the love triangle surrendering a teenager based on the woman they all know she will become fill me with anticipation. I was captivated from beggining to end and was plesantly supprised at the fact that this story had enough of a resolution to placate (I hate cliff hangers) but at the same time left enough unanswered to keep me anxiously waiting for the next one. I love that most characters are hard to categorize as good or evil so the story keeps you guessing. My only complaint is that I wanted to find out more about Mac and Barrons but I guess that is why this is a Dani O'Malley Novel as opposed to a Mac novel :) NEXT ONE PLEASE!!!!
I am a big fan of Phil Gigante and kept trying to give this book a shot, but the whole thing with grown men lusting after a pre-teen was a huge turn off for me. Actually, anything about Dani was a big turn off for me. Anything else done by Phil I'll listen to, but not this.
I don't even think this book is in the proper genre. It is suppose to be a romance novel, but it really reads more like young adult fiction. Sure, there are a few saucy details now and then, but nothing that I would honestly think belongs to the romance section.
The narrators are the only reason I listened to as much of the book as I did. They are very talented folks and I kept hoping that the story would get better if I just stuck with it, but it never happened.
Dani. I know the story is about Dani and the work she is doing, but she isn't what I was expecting or even having to deal with a teenager giving the reader life lessons about the world. I don't think anyone wants to listen to a teenager act all knowing about things they are just discovering. Not to mention that I am really not into pedophilia. Age difference is a nice plot twist, but not when one of the characters is 14.
I really like Karen Moning's work and Phil's performance, but this book just isn't for me.
Once you get hit by the Fever, there is no cure, no recovery. The books, stuck you in, the audio books are the crack that keep you hooked forever and ever...amazing job, all! On to "Burned"
I love the entire series! this book puts a whole new swing on whats up with Ryoden and Christian and who the heck is Dancer?
can't wait for the next book!
Hoping the series makes it to the screen big or small (small would be best, they cut out less if they have more time to show)