Yes the storyline. What is the story besides a lot of gossip.
Nothing or the book wouldn't exist.
They all sounded fine, but fine isn't enough.
The fantasy mixed with reality details. The narrator BRAVO! She brings each and every character to full life and most certainly as the author in visioned their existence.
Matthew and Dianna. They are the story. Though without all the others there would be no story would there?
Her choices in how each character would contribute to the ife of the story. It's not often a book can bring forth tears nor laughter out loud. Jennifer is truly capable of bringing such emotion to a scene...I envy her greatly!
Opps! I guess I should have read ahead!
I can hardly wait for the third installment, I do hope the wait isn't too long. I am currently reading the second book and the two blend as though it had been one on going story and it is, as is life.
Very disappointing. The editor messed too! Too many words spoken by the characters using today's English particularily noticiable in The Mother's Song. Very trite with the constant introductions, and repetiton of the poem from the future. There simply is not a story line. And the 'trip' experienced in the cave had far too many words trying to describe it, less is best. No impact, no awe, a very sad ending indeed...
The story is not about vampires, little time is spent even discussing the Virals. But it is the story of survival, humanity, and the need to move forward even at risk of losing all you hold dear including your very own life. The narrator is perfect for this story....though like many other narrators, when you switch from one listen to another you have to 'bond' with the now reader. Give it a fair listen it's worth it.
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