Dani seriously just annoys me the feck out of me in the book. She is too young to be the main character in a YA book. She is so dense and immature.. The book was boring and WAY TOO drawn out. It is also very perverted that grown ass men are all getting their panties in a bunch over a 14 year old regardless of what she might be when she grows up. I am only trying to get through this book due to the fact that the next one should be released in the next week or so. But seriously what am I missing what makes this book so amazing?? I could and wish I did go without ever starting this crap
If Dani is the main character again, YES this book did turn off from the remainder of the series..
Seriously what were you thinking making Dani the main character in a YA book. She only 14 years of age. BRING BACK THE ADULTS!
I would compare this book to the Artemis Fowl books. This world has an active faerie world with an exceptionally gifted prepubescent main character.
I was initially annoyed by the main character. She is an immature cocky, exceptionally gifted 14 year old street urchin from Dublin, Ireland. I did not realize this was a spin off book/character from a well established series. It is evident that much has happened with this story/world to get to the starting point of this book. While I found the main character to be pretty annoying throughout the book, I do like the world and I think the story was well written, so I might try the first book of the series, and see how I like that.
funny adventurous badass
danny is a sterical and I love everything coming from her point of view I also love the transformation of Christian and how your delved into her world
Danny and probably Christian Danny because she's adventurous young but has this super hero complex and really tries to help people Christian because he is so in love with Danny and I find it hysterical that he's a drop by dead sex face now
it made me laugh it did make me cry and it made me go NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO especially towards the end because now I have to wait until the 20th of next month for the next book to come out
if you love dolls of the other stories and you're thinking you might not like this one because Mac is not the star trust me you're gonna love Danny and you're going to get addictive to her tenacious spirit I just hope they make more books about Danny
it not being in first person perspective!
Anything to get this book out of my head!
I preferred the other woman who did the first fever books!
All of Dani's inner ramblings!
I will not read any more from this author!
Book & History Enthusiast
Ugh! I can't take it anymore!! Natalie Ross is all over the place with her accents! If you cannot do an Irish accent do not try to do it! Her Irish bounces around from some type of English, to Irish, and Southern American...it is absolutely unbearable! I am not even out of chapter 2 and i just cannot continue listening. This time the narrator is ruining the story.
I'm still near the beginning of the book, the story seems intriguing. However, I'm uncertain if I can listen to the narrator's criminally bad "Irish" accent...or should I say "accents". Mostly sounds Australian, possibly English with a speech defect, a touch of Scottish inflection (if the narrator had a terrible cold). Anything but actually Irish. Why take a story set in Dublin and have it narrated in a way that bears NO resemblance to anyone in my family? I'm finding it nearly unbearable to listen to because the phony voices keep kicking me out of the story. Going to try to stick it out, but no promises and definitely no recommendation. Was the editor unconscious?
Only if the narration is done authentically.
Would have been better for Ms. Ross to speak in an American accent the whole time. I'd give it 0 stars for performance but Phil Gifante got 6/5 so I averaged it out.
Good bits first - the Narration is excellent, you could generally pick out who was speaking based on the different voices and accents. The only issue I had was that quite often, I couldn't tell whether Dani was thinking something or actually speaking out loud, but that was more due to what I disliked about the main character than any narration problem.
Dani is, according to the book, 14 years old, and truly acts that way, or rather the way that ex-teenagers are bound to think a young person might comport themselves. I kept wanting to tell the brat that no, not EVERYTHING on earth revolves around you, other people do have a life too. I cannot imagine any teenager being quite so self-centered. Apart from that, there was too much wanting to kill everything "bad" and actually enjoying the process. And although there wasn't a whole lot of sex going on, but enough thinking about it that I found it annoying. These points detract from the story line sufficiently that, although I do like the story itself and would be interested in how things develop, I'm not going to get the sequel.