Colorado Springs, CO, United States | Member Since 2010
What I liked best was the story bringing Marielle back. Least liked was the reader who narrated the story.
Yes, with a different reader
Yes, I would because of how good Fire and Ice was when I re-read it a second time.
The way the translater thought she was merely translating when they were speaking of arms. The least interesting was the way it ended.
Yes, by bringing the characters to life.
I have never read the print version, but I doubt it could have been better than the narrated one.
When Reno admits to himself the depth of his feelings.
This is top notch, just as all Xe Sand's performances are.
Yes, but it wasn't possible.
Nothing because it kept you on the edge of your seat
Yes, I would recommend Night Myst and the ways the narrator read the story.
Yes, it says you sometimes need to trust in blind faith.
I would probably have Mea run into her lost love at the end of the story.
Kind of slow
The interplay of the different characters.
I liked the way the story was woven.
Suspense, mystery and Intrigue
The way the story went back and forth. The way the story went back and forth
Wrote the way he used too!
I would definitely recommend this book because it holds your interest and keeps you on the edge of your seat.
What I liked best was that you were constantly surprised by all the ways Cort adapted to try to keep alive.
Jay Snyder brings a intensity to the story that you probably wouldn't have had if you just read it.
And you thought heroes were dead!
Yes, due to the ways it shows, I would be sure to listen to it for the optimistic feelings.
Summer, because she always saw the bright side and worked to get her mother and Greg Sullivan together.
Summers mother was the most favorite of all the characters.
I tried to listen to this in one sitting, but had to switch to two sittings.
That the trio of woman didn't go to the big roundup in the sky.
When Danni finally had to admit she was ready to move forward
No extreme reaction, but it did make me laugh in parts.
It rates in the top ten of all the audio books I've listened to so far.
The way in which the different characters were blended to actually seem alive. The way that it was infused with the different major attractions on the Strip of Vegas.
What Happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas.
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