Yes. It is a good story, though not as compelling as the first one.
He seemed to read most of the story with less expression than the narrator of the first book. I wish she had been able to read it this time, too. He had sort of a monotone compared to her. Perhaps that is why I did not like this story as much as the first book.
Rescuing the nephew and the other people. It was touching and suspenseful.
Please get the first narrator again for sequels.
This original story was engaging and full of excitement. i found myself sitting in my car well past arriving at my destination to see what happened next. While being a story about teenagers, it lacked the obnoxious angst which usually accompanies the young adult genre.
Look, if the publishers and the author didn't think of their pocketbooks over their readers, I would have been able to give this book five stars. As it is, the book, Kindle version (the cheapest) is $9.99. This isn't loanable. It doesn't have text-to-speech. For those of us who have poor eyes or other reading disabilities, there is no hope but to buy the Audible version to Whispersynch. That's another $12.99. Twenty-three dollars for this piece of crap? No, the story is okay. It is as good as other YA dystopias out there. Maybe fewer mistakes, but not topping any of the indies. Are ALL young adults made of money? Do they care about reading books this much? And now I have to put out $23 more to read book three? Are you kidding me? I am putting no more money out for this. I don't care what happens to the characters. If I can find the Kindle and Overdrive or CD versions I might check them out. Otherwise. I am done with this author and publisher. I don't care if they are geniuses, storywise! There is plenty more out there that is equal if not surpassing these stories.
Now the story itself was good. I did like the characters. I thought the world interesting. I did pull for the good ending. And while I was reading/listening to the story, I forgot about the price. Michael Goldstrom is okay as a narrator but not the best. Since half the book is from a female point of view, hearing the male voice made the female seem less than a person.
I hope when I get ready to publish my own books I remember how I felt about this series and do what I think is the right thing for all.
I really like this series of books. I also liked the reader of the second book better than book 1. It kept me interested and now looking forward to book 3
I really enjoyed this. Some of it was a little predictable but overall great book. Only complaint is there are long silences between chapters, caught myself checking multiple times to make sure it hadn't somehow gotten paused.
I like any books that hook you within the first chapter. If a love story is involved even better.
It would rank among my top five list of series.
I love when Aria learns how to use her gift.
My favorite scene is when Perry and Aria run to each other's arms.
I laughed and cried. It was an epic emotional roller coaster.