I would definitely read The Prince again but unless another narrator is found I wouldn't listen to it. Until Wesley's southern accent came about I was convinced my iPhone had Siri reading the book to me. Robin Rowan sounds like she has a computer generated voice and it's extremely irritating. I couldn't bring myself to finish the book. The tone is monotonous and everyone except Wesley has the same voice. She missed Kingsley's French accent and Soren's English accent. Half the time I couldn't tell who was talking to who. How on earth could Tiffany Reisz allow Robin to destroy her incredible book?!
It's difficult to compare this book to another. It seems you can either get an excellent plot or steamy sex scenes but never both. I've never seen a writer excel at both like Tiffany does. I guess you could compare her story telling skills to those of Diana Gabaldon's (although I think Diana is still superior) and the sex appeal to Sylvia Day.
See above...I didn't like a single thing. I can't believe she's been in the business for 30 years.
I would have to say when Soren and Kingsley were cleaning the old cottage. I thought it was cute when Soren asked him to catch and release the wolf spiders instead of killing them.
Buy the hard copy of this book, don't bother with the audio format. Unless of course you like monotony, zero inflection and the bastardization of the French language.
Having never read the print version I can't say.
I would absolutely recommend buying this audiobook. It's charming, well written and will give you an appreciation for modern medicine. I found it quite interesting.
Water for Elephants is definitely in my top 5.
I can't possibly choose, they're all so compelling.
I haven't but am looking for novels specifically narrated by them because they were absolutely exceptional.
That would be impossible to divulge without spoiling it for anyone who hasn't read the book yet. There are so many moments throughout the story that are enlightening and heartfelt.
Water for Elephants is a novel everyone should read. It's an insightful, beautifully written story that will leave you completely satisfied. I wouldn't be surprised if I took the time to listen to it again which is something I've only done once before.
This is the first vampire/warewolf novel I've ever read so I really didn't know what to expect. It starts off fast and then fills you in on some of the character's history later on. This kind of confused me. Also, the lingo was a bit juvenile. I felt it took away from the quality of writing. Other parts of the book were so well written so I know the author is capable, I just wish it would have been consistent throughout.
I wouldn't say this story was disappointing, I'm simply used to a different style of writing from what I'm used to.
Robert was a pleasant surprise. He's a pretty great narrator. I'd say he played every part very well.
I think if the author had turned it up a notch and refrained from teenage speak this novel could have been great. However it seems she has an amazing following and tons of fans so maybe she doesn't need to change a thing :)
Overall this novel was exciting and entertaining. Even thought there were a few parts that had be rolling my eyes and I likely won't buy the next book in the series I can't say I didn't enjoy myself. It certainly wasn't a waste of money. I'd recommend this book to anyone looking for a sweet escape and a few laughs.
Maybe once I get through the rest of the series. I'm too excited to find out what happens next.
I feel it's difficult to compare Pamela Clare's writing style to any else's. I love her books because there's elements of mystery, action and suspense alongside the romance. There's not a lot of fluff and I like that.
Kaleo Griffith is always wonderful.
Without a doubt. I didn't know what to expect from this book but once I started I couldn't stop listening.
It was so refreshing. I felt like I was really listening to something original.
I'd say the scene where a certain someone gets caught streaking through the house, lol.
The book was full of emotion but I didn't have an extreme reaction.
I wouldn't go so far as to say this book was a waste of my time. I'm not entirely sure if Sylvia Day rushed to release this novel but it wasn't as compelling as the first two in the series. I guess it was just a little too far fetched and thick on the drama. The parts that should have been elaborated on were left in the shadows. Still a good story though.
Absolutely, I still consider Sylvia a great writer and it's worth the read.
Although Jill Redfield isn't my favorite narrator she's still in my top 10. I've heard a lot worse.
Hard Evidence ranks fairly high in my opinion. Pamela Clare is a clever writer and I was thoroughly entertained from start to finish.
Pamela Clare is pretty unique because she combines romance with action and suspense. It's like a cross between Lee Child and Sylvia Day.
Absolutely, I can't get enough of his voice. Normally I'd get creeped out during the sex scenes but this guy is good. Not to mention I was pleasantly surprised when I Googled his picture, hunkyness!
I was fortunate enough to have an entire day to listen to this book at work. If anything it was over too soon.
I could definitely relate to Johanna in this novel. Although there were a few far fetched scenes for the most part it was very heartfelt and genuine. The chemistry between Johanna and Cameron is impressive. Samantha Young's sense of humour is right up my alley.
Hands down, Johanna. Definitely a honey badger.
When Cameron gave Johanna a paint brush.
I definitely would. I work on a computer all day so at night I like to just relax and listen to a good book without straining my eyes.
I really appreciated how Mika shared both her accomplishments and mistakes. It's great knowing I'm not the only one who's blundered through my career.
I found her to be a great narrator who was easily understood.
This book would most definitely be in my top ten. I know the lenth of it is intimidating to some but don't miss out.
I think it's a mixture between Tess of the D'Ubervilles and the Outlander series. Maybe I'm crazy for thinking that but it's much more exciting than Tess and gripping like Outlander. I couldn't stop listening. Tolstoy is such a beautiful writer, I found myself making notes the entire time. He educates his readers while telling a very interesting story.
I'm in love with Davina Porter's voice so it's fair to say I'm biased when it comes to her skills as a narrator. This book is so much more because of her.
I can't say without spoiling the read for you. However when you get to the part you will most certainly know.
I wish audiobooks had been so readily available while I was in highschool. A talented narrator can turn a drab book into something you can tear yourself away from.
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