Yes, I would listen to the sample first.
It doesn't matter how good the story is if you can not set through the narrator.......
I couldn't listen, sorry.
Didn't get far enough.
Listen to samples it will save you money!!
I walk 7 miles a day and listen to about 3 audiobooks a week.
Audiobooks are much better than print, and you can listen on the go.
The main theme of the story, Scars Job.
I liked them all
When they guys stayed with her at the end when she was in the hospital.
Yes, I thought it was read well. The narrator was able to convey the different characters well and bring them to life.
My favorite character was the lead heroine. She is tough and gutsy yet vulnerable and feminine at the same time. She is a little more girly then my usual choice of heroine but she is interesting.
Amy really does convey the characters clearly to the read.
If I had the inclination or time to sit through a whole book then yes.
i read a lot of urban fiction so i wasn't sure how i would feel about basically and "anti-magic" heroine but i really enjoyed this book. Kept my interest, narrator did a very good job on the funny back and forth. excited for book 2.
I liked this book. It reminded me of the Gail Carriger Soulless books set in the present instead of the past. The idea of a null is very interesting. The storyline was well thought out and I enjoyed listening to the world unfold. I liked the characters and enjoyed the romantic triangle that is setting up. I hope that Melissa Olson turns this into a series. I thought Amy McFadden was a fantastic narrator. This is the first time I've listened to anything she narrated and I would definitely listen to her again.
I finished this and its not that I didnt like this book or story, but I dont exactly like it either. I may not ever ready another one of Melissa Olson's books again. I like books to end well. I dont mind some hanging on to cliffs, but I dont like characters who can not fight for them selves. I dont like the thought of the lead vamp holding threats and death over Scarlets head. Usually dont like to give a bad review, just having issues with what I think is a weakness in Scarlet.
This book was a wonderful new view on the paranormal. I loved how the author wove back and forth between the past and present, giving us bits and pieces of the main character's background. Very well done.
I found the relationship between the main character and the two men in her life intriguing and I look forward to seeing how it progresses.
It took me a couple of chapters to get used to the reader, but she really made the characters come alive, and now I can't imagine it being read by anyone else.
I couldn't wait to get back to it each day!
I loved the concept of the story and thoroughly enjoyed it. I can't wait to read more from this author. Definitely worth a credit.