The narrators voice was always pleasant and the story was very sweet.
It is fine just the way it is.
The scene where they get into the mud and the girls get soaked and muddy.
Childhood friends are the best friends.
I felt like I was experiencing Bella's heartbeak as the narrator described it. Most anyone can remember the intense pain of loosing that first love but few of us have the total loss that Bella believed she was experiencing. It helped me understand the pain of my own teen as she navigated this part of her life. Sharing this book with her helped her understand that I knew what she was going through without her having to share the too personal stuff.
Edward but missed him for a lot of this book.
I had read the book first so it was nice to hear a voice of the proper age reading this. Hearing her expression helped me to remember the perspective of an intelligent teen with little dating experience. I especially liked Jacob's "voice." It gave me a different mental picture of him from what was portrayed in the movie. Ilyana has a voice I could listen to anytime.
To save herself she must save them both.
De-starching the undead!
Miranda - the main character - is so together BUT things just keep happening to her that make her endeavors fail. It's like bad karma. And now she meets the vampire she is supposed to drive from his home to Half Moon Hallow and he appears to be totally inflexible on ANYTHING. Her way of dealing with him is .....well, listen and find out.
Mr Dead - Collin Sutherland. He is rigid, inflexible, and totally uninviting but Amanda Ronconi brings this out with her usual style while slowly hinting that there is a whole lot more to Mr. Sutherland than Miranda realizes.
When you absolutely, positively have to get there on time - call Beeline, the concierge service for the undead!
When you see Molly Harper - hilarity ensues. No one but Amanda Ronconi should ever perform this book or any other of Harper's books. They are my very favorite audible team!
Jane Jamison now becomes the Sire and finds out what it is like to deal with a new, adolescent vampire. The teen she
I'm not sure I would pick up the little wisps of the author's humor if I read the book myself. Amanda Ronconi is excellent. She bring life to all the characters as if she grew up with the author and knows exactly what she would want the people to sound like, act like, and think. I just can't say enough about the performance - I wouldn't want anyone else reading lines like,
Absolutely loved this series and bought
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