** spoiler alert ** After reading the Crossfire series I had high hopes for this book...
while the story was good I just found it lacking details. It could have been so much better and I think seeing the potential in it ruined what was actually there.
For the most part its a good book, but it's not something that I'll be continuing on with. It didn't keep my attention and there really isn't anything significant that happens as far as action, or even romance. A few small trysts in the bedroom and mentions of fights, but where are the details?
For all the talk about Adrian being a hunter and always in the field there was no action. If he is SO worried about them changing her over, why didn't he try to get there to stop it instead of wondering if it happened and a few weeks later the enemy just drops her off at the doorstep no questions asked?! Why did Shadoe just give up in the end without a fight after holding on for centuries?
It just didn't work for me, but that's not to say that it doesn't appeal to other people - I just prefer lots of action in my books!
I could NOT put this book down. I did not write, sleep, or get anything other than reading accomplished for the past two days!!! Cannot WAIT to get my hands on the next book!
I thoroughly enjoyed Luke Daniels's performance. I liked how he distinguished between narration and characters, and his differentiation in the characters. Generally also, I liked his voice in this. I would look for Luke Daniels narration in other audio books.
I definitely would not call this an epic saga by any means, but I did enjoy this story and I'm looking forward to the next two books. This book handled angels and vampires and lycans a bit differently and kept me interested. This book builds the characters nicely for the next books and makes you interested in what happens with them - although I'm disappointed in the change of narrator.
Yes, it was recommended to me and I would recommend it to a friend. I think it's an interesting well written story. Sylvia Day always does a great job of entertaining and writing believable stories/relationships.
No I haven't but I did like his voice of the characters.
It would be nice if both of these books were narrated by the same person. (Luke Daniels) When listening to the series you get use to the voices and when you switch narrators it because difficult to know who is talking at times.
Yes, and have. I liked the characters and the inner emotional battles going on.
Oh yes, I really love his voice, each character was easy to tell apart. Each one had a life due to his voice. I really enjoyed Eddy Lindsey's dad. Every time I found myself smiling. I am more likely to buy a book read by Luke Daniels.
He was so easy to listen to and that voice was like honey pouring over you the whole time.
I laughed a few times. But, no tears.
I liked it so much I am looking for the rest in the set.
Yes. The Audio book brought more action, excitement, and humor to the story than the print version. Luke Daniels did a great job bringing the Arc Angels story to light.
Adrian, The Captain of the Arc Angels character was very popular in this book. I also liked Elijah, the Lycan, Who had Alpha in him.
I haven't listened to any of Luke Daniels work before, but I felt he did a great job narrating this book.
Yes. I felt one of the most important areas in the book was at the beginning when Adrian and Elijah, were attacked in the Helicopter by the infected Vampire. This was the first occurrence of the vampire virus and this occurrence pitted the Arc angels against the Vamps.
I think this is the beginning of a great series and I can't wait to get deeper into the battle between the Angels, Vampires, and Lycans. It is obvious that there is a conspiracy developing and I love the direction.
This book is about a girl who doesn't know why she is faster than normal and can pick out 'evil' people, but she eventually finds out all about angels, demons, vampires, and lycans. You see, she shares a soul with Shadoe, who brought down the angel Adrian through love and seduction and comes back to him time after time. The way this book ends makes me think the sequel is going to be better than the first book.
Oh my goodness
Adrian Mitchell. He was what every woman dreams of but most never find
When she realizes they have been together from one life to another.
Absolutely and did.
I'm so glad there's a book two because I can't wait to start it.
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
I enjoyed the book, like I said it was an under $10.00 listen while waiting on a new credit.
I do listen to Sylvia Day, I have found much better supernatural listens from other authors though...this was kind of a fluff listen, not much for the brain..all hunk and sex mostly.
I liked Shadoe's and Lindsay's confrontation....Lindsay showed her spunk even then...
No inspiration from this listen....
I may continue on with the trilogy when I need another cheap listen....I am not obsessed with getting to the next two listens any time soon.
I have read Sylvia Day before. I'm unsure if it was the dialogue and lack of character development that was lacking or if it was the performance that didn't work for me. I felt like some of the character voices were amateur imitations of John Wayne, Jack Nicholson, etc. It became distracting. Once that started to click with me the dialogue was lost. Interestingly it was the male characters that bothered me the most. Usually with a male performer it is the female voices they have trouble with. In an effort to make all the male characters sound different, I think he fell back onto imitations. I wanted to like the characters but felt they were very underdeveloped. At some points I felt lost and uninterested. I did finish it but only after everything else in my library was already finished.