Didn't read the print version
Katherine Kellgren did a wonderful job with the character voices and accents. The story really came alive.
This story didn't capture me like most of Nora Robert's books. The Narrator tried to hard.
She tried to hard, was to loud and just didn't make me connect with he story
This was a different sort of story for me, since I'm not usually interested in magical creatures, but the narrator is a favorite from the Rhys Bowen Royal Spyness series, so I thought I'd take a chance. The story and performance both made this audio book a good listen. I will buy the next one in the series.
This was an amazing story! The reader did such a fabulous job of expressing emotion in all that she read. I could picture of myself in this book totally what an amazing story cannot wait for the next one!!!
The narration. It seems the voice artist only has one dramatic level, and that's Overload. There's very little dramatic rest, even when the characters are having a 'quiet' conversation. I was exhasted after the first chapter. You do get used to it a bit, as the story works so well, in spite of the narration.
Nora Roberts is a master of her craft, and I was very happy to venture back to Ireland with her. I love how she blends the supernatural, the modern, and the historic. I also love her characters, and how 3 dimensional they are.
I don't think so.
I put off listening to this book for a couple of years because of the poor reviews about the narration. What a load of rubbish in my view. The narration perfectly suited the book and I thought Katherine Kellgren did a fine job. The book is a typical Nora Roberts magical story and really you know what you're going to get. That aside it was a very enjoyable listen.