Better voice talent.
I've already forgotten the story, but then maybe that's a good thing.
Not for me.
Can I have my money back?
Less than an hour into the book and I want my money back so I can go out and by the book in hardcopy. Love the story, but find the performance annoyingly distracting. My mind keeps going to the question, How can a successful author like Nora Roberts allow someone so inept to 'perform' her book? I've bought every new audio book Nora Roberts has released in the past few years and this is the first one that I don't like. I enjoy Nora Roberts' writing and this series is no exception. I'm fascinated by the subject matter, so clearly it's not the author or the subject matter, it's the performance.
There is nothing I like about this performance. Nails on a blackboard! For those who don't remember blackboards let me translate - gratingly, hackles on the spine, awful.
Not if Alan Smyth is a foreshadowing of the quality of the production.
If this book were my first experience of Nora Roberts' work I would never buy another one of her books. Seriously disappointing!
The dialog between Atticus and Oberon had me howling and their relationship touched my heart. I enjoy well spun tales that push the boundaries of how we experience our world. Hearne's tale entertains and the nuggets of wisdom inspire.
While I do not find stories about werewolves and vampires interesting, I found myself tolerating them in this story.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.