The third installment to the series of Shifters is called Pride. This is the third bookin the series. I would say its heartrending and intense. Faythe has found herself in a world of trouble. She now is on trial for her life. She discovered something that only she was able to do and it has now found its way back to her and there's no doubt it might cause her everything, including her life. While waiting at a remote lodge waiting for the council to decide her fate the learn there's a group of rouge strays killing hikers and looking for a young tabby cat. Its up to Faythe to earn this very young yet extremely wild female tabby. She's determined to help in every way possible but first she has to show the council she is the only one that can civilize this tabby and convince them not to kill her.
This is a crazy, even absurd take on zombies but it's fascinating. Every zombie book you read or movie you watch make zombies dumb, brain dead, and love to eat the living. This story is nothing like your typical zombie story. When Jones wakes up without a memory of his life, how he died, and even how he's now a zombie he's determined to find answers. Author Stephen Kozeniewski has written a wonderful story that's unique and mesmerizing. I would love to watch this story on the big screen. I do feel it would make a wonderful movie with the authors different take on zombies. It's filled with humor, mystery, and believe it, even a sex scene. It was funny and I often caught myself laughing out loud. There are some gross moments but what zombie story doesn't have them? But, I was happy that the story wasn't filled with gross scenes. These zombies don't really wake up dead, rather they wake as if they're still alive. The author really created a superb story with twists, humor, and intrigue.
I felt narrator Steve Rimpici blew me away. He is a very talented narrator and his performance of Braineater Jones was brilliant. Steve's accents for the characters is perfect. He mesmerized me with his voices of the minion, the Boss, and especially Jones. Even though his performance of the Alcibe was breathtaking his accent on Kumarie simply was brilliant. Steve's voice is amazing and incredibly talented. His range of voices with this story is breathtaking. Any narrator that makes you feel like you're in the story, bond with the characters, and bring those characters to life is extremely talented. Steve Rimpici blew me away and I would love to hear more stories that he narrates and I'm sure that I will.
Author Stephen Kozeniewski didn't go wrong when he chose Steve Rimpici to narrate his story. He made the right decision when he choosing Steve. Both author and narrator did an excellent job. One created a wonderful story the other did a superb job with his performance of this story. I highly, highly recommend this story. I know anyone who gets this story will love it as much as I have. Give it a try and if you don't like it, remember Audible's warranty. What do you have to lose? You can't go wrong with this purchase. I know I loved this story and I hope there will be another story about Braineater Jones.
In the Heart of a Dragon we learned about Donovan DeChance and how's he a collector of ancient books and manuscripts. He's also a practicing mage and a private investigator. When a three hundred year old female vampire is kidnapped Donovan is called in to investigate. Donovan soon believes this is not a simple abduction, it goes much, much deeper than that.
Corey Snow has done another stellar performance with Vintage Soul. He also narrated the first book to the series and he did a wonderful job on that story as well. I think Corey is a very talented narrator. I enjoy a narrator that changes their voice to make each characters identity known. I love being able to listen to a story and being able to recognize each person speaking. Corey does an exceptional job with distinguishing accents. I've listened to other stories that Corey's narrated and I highly recommend that you give one of the stories he narrates a try and David Wilson's The DeChance Chronicles is a great start.
Wow, what can I say about author David Niall Wilson that hasn't been said before? David created another extraordinary story and all the twist leave you guessing throughout. David used a great deal of detail when writing this story. David's writing style is solid and he makes sure to include all the details that are accentual to keeping your interest. I highly recommend The DeChance Chronicles or any of his other stories. I really recommend this series and I bet you'll love it as much as I have and if not remember Audibles return policy.
This story is about reincarnation. I felt the story too short and if it had been longer it would've made this story incredible. It's about a boy that is called Uruk. Uruk has begged Ari to teach him to be a holy man. Ari refuses to do this. The story starts in 1706 BC. and these individuals continue throughout the story until the year 2091 AD. It really would make for a wonderful lengthier book.
The narrator Steven Jay Cohen did a fantastic job with his narration of this short story. At first I thought it was about a female but as I listened that's when I learned he was Uruk in the story.The boy was the one telling the story and that's why Steven used the accent so much. Steven also did an exceptional job with the other characters accents.
This was my first story I listened to that was written by author JC Andrijeski and the first story I've heard by narrator Steven Cohen as well. The author has written a great story even if it was a short story. It shows imagination and the author and the narrator took me to that time. I felt I was there and going through reincarnation as the story took me there. A wonderful take on Hitler and Churchill as the author tells a tale about an age old feud between two rivals. A short story but definitely worth the listen and I think you'll find this story as enjoyable as I did. I highly recommend this story.
Brilliant....absolutely. undeniable, extraordinarily brilliant. Okay, yes, I most definitely was blown away. Nancy knocked me right off my feet. I'm surprised that publishers haven't ran Nancy Straight down trying to get her to sign with an agency. Of course, what do I know? Nancy might not want a publisher and I know in ways it's great to have a publisher but in other ways it's not. All I can say for any publisher out there, what in the world are you waiting on? Author Nancy Straight's story is written to pure perfection. This story is unique in so many ways.I never cared for mythology in school so I felt like listening to mythology in a story wouldn't be any better but I was wrong. I do have to give a special thank you to author Eva Pohler because she changed my mind about mythology. Still yet the authors stories are completely different. Nancy has written a story about Centaurs and Centaurides. Mythology doesn't talk much about Centaurs so Nancy picked something wonderful to write about. The story flows smoothly and the story is filled with intrigue. It's unlike anything that I've ever listened to before. There's so much I can say about this story but there's not enough time in the day, seriously there's not. This story draws you in and I know if you give it a chance you'll be drawn in as I am.
Camille Chiron lives a simple and ordinary life but when her mom tells her the name of her dad before she dies Camille's life changes drastically. Camille calls him and he invites her to South Carolina. Before going she has a background check done on him and even tells her best friend Daniel where's she's going. Cami learns that her dad Will has five sons and even a wife. She's extremely happy because they all welcome her and seem to adore her. Will tells Cami why he lost touch with her mom and her. Cami also finds herself shocked because of the things she's told about her family and herself. She learns that she comes from a long line of Centaurs and Centaurides. She was told that Centaurides are females who should also have powers, including reading thoughts of others. Cami seems to find herself being thrown from one thing to another. She learns of this blood debt that is owed because her mom ran away from an arranged marriage and she's now expected to pay this debt to the Kyle Richardson, the man her mom was suppose to marry. Camille also learns that she has more relatives from her mom's side of the family. Her mom never spoke of a grandmother. Things become more complicated and her future at risk and even her life is at risk.
Narrator Terri Schnaubelt does an amazing job. She brings the story to life as if you're there. Terri did an excellent job distinguishing the characters accents. Her performance was absolutely brilliant. I've listened to Terri narrate other stories and every time I listen to her it's like being at a play and I close my eyes and it's as if I'm watching a play. I mention this when a narrator knocks me off my feet and Terri happens to one of those narrators. She's a very talented woman and it shows in her narration of this story.
This story is extraordinary and unique. I found it touching and heart rendering. Author Nancy Straight has written a story that I will re-listen to for years to come. In all honesty this story is remarkable and once I finish all the Touched series, I will then start listening to the Destiny books written by Nancy. I hope the Destiny series will be as enjoyable as the Touched series. This was a wonderful combination written and narrated by two very talented women. I loved the storyline and the character development. I think Drake is by far my favorite character in this story. I highly recommend this story, especially in audio format. You'll be happy if you get this story and once you listen to Blood Debt you will find yourself immersed in the other Touched books. If by chance you can't get into the story, which is unlikely, remember Audible's return policy. I can pretty much guarantee you'll love this story and you won't be returning it, rather you'll get the rest of the series that's available on Audible.
Kendra Larkin is somewhat of a daredevil from what I gathered from the story.She's athletic, adventurous,and she's always eager to try new things. But, as she goes out on one of these adventures with friends, Kendra ends up in the hospital fighting for her life. Even though she's in a hospital being operated on she can hear everything and finds herself drawn to this one voice, her doctor Adam Chamberlain. She also finds out that she has a guardian angel and if she wants to live then she must agree to help save the soul of the man who happens to be the doctor who operated. Kendra agrees to do this and she's been guaranted less than a week to get this man to believe in God again or she'll die, die for good this time. Things aren't so easy and Kendra finds herself in the hospital a few times too many and everyone begins to think she's suicidal. Kendra is in the fight of her life trying to get Adam to have faith in God again. With everything stacked against her, will Kendra live or will she die?
Author Kristie (K.S.) Haigwood blew me away. I loved how the story was about faith, good vs evil, yet Kristie took this story where some authors wouldn't. I was amazed that Kristie wrote a story with religion along with explicit sex details. Most authors wouldn't dare mix the two. She has my attention and I applaud her for taking this story in the direction she wanted it to go despite what people might think or say. This is what writing a great story is all about. This is what makes a terrific author, a best selling author. I can see author Kristie Haigwood going places and finding a publisher if she wants one. I am a fan now after listening to this story. Kristie has written a brilliant story, written to perfection.
The narrator Erin Mallon made this story great to listen to. I was able to connect to the characters and she did an excellent job with distinguishing the characters. This story had quite alot of voices in this story. Erin had to give each character a voice to make that character unique, especially with Kendra's many voices. No, I don't mean possession of any kind it's an inner voice, an outer voice, and so forth. Erin was able to do all these voices with no trouble at all. She amazed me with her performance throughout the entire story. She hooked me from the start and kept me glued to the story from beginning to end. Her voice was made for this story. Erin's narrating skills brought this story to life and I highly recommend this story. I personally think it's a 5 star rating and if you don't believe me then find out for yourself. Really, what do you have to lose? You can't go wrong with Audibles warranty.
This story is brilliant from beginning to end. Author Jay Bonansinga has written a wonderful story, filled with mystery, suspense, danger, intrigue, and so much more. It had me guessing till the very end. I was on the edge of my seat throughout the entire audio. I couldn't have stopped the story if I wanted to.
This wasn't the first audiobook I've listened to by narrator Paul Heitsch but I think this might be his newest story to date. I have noticed that he has improved a great deal since The Gates of Eden. His narrating skills improve with every audio he does. He does an exceptional job and his performance seem to get more enjoyable. His performance of Frank is superb, simply flawless. I think the author picked an amazing narrator when he chose Paul. I love when a narrator can connect me to the characters. Paul does an excellent job with distinguishing the characters and their accents. He brought the story to life and I find that unique for any narrator to be able to do.
The entire audiobook was an amazing rollercoaster ride. This is my first story I've listened to or read by author Jay Bonansinga . I'm extremely happy that I received this audio as a gift. The story was written to perfection. I loved the plot, the storyline, and all the amazing twists, and where this story took me. I highly recommend The Sleep Police. A great story, with a brilliant performer Paul Heitsch so you can't go wrong with this purchase. I know you'll love it as much as I have.
You might not believe it but this story is old, like really old. It's well over a hundred years old. Author Myrtle Reed decided to bring the book back to life by adding a different spin to this story. This might very well be the oldest book I've ever bothered with. I typically like the newer age stories. I have never even heard of this author until I listened to this story. This was my first introduction into the mind of Myrtle Reed. I did find the story enjoyable even if it's an old one.
A woman returns to this old cottage that's been abandoned for over 25 years now and it's falling apart. This woman returns, who is wearing a veil to cover her face. She wears this veil for a reason. Evelina Gray, a lady in her forties has returned back to this old cottage. Her mom has died and she's broke. She doesn't have anything left, anything left to live for, and all she wants is to be left alone. Evelina has suffered, not only to her body but to her heart as well and she's never recovered from what happened to her over 25 years ago. Can Evelina Gray ever be happy again? Will Evelina ever get justice from the person her hurt her? I must say that I enjoyed the story immensely. It is a wonderful story where anything is possible. Even though this isn't my normal genre I enjoyed it all the same.
I thought the narrator, Linda Velwest did a wonderful job with her narration of this story.
Linda brought the characters to life and she did an exceptional job with distinguishing the voices. I think my favorite character on the story would be the Piper and Linda did a stellar performance with her take on all these characters. I think and feel like Linda puts her on twist and take on the story as she creates the voices that each character has. This is the second story I've listened to by Linda. I think the first story Foverland is Dead by Tony Bertauski might very well be the newest story she's done but I can't be for sure. I know her performance on that story is amazing. Don't get me wrong because I think the same about her narration of this story to. I think it could be the oldest book she might have narrated but who knows. I do know she's an amazing narrator and I highly recommend other work by Linda Velwest.
The entity is ancient. It has taken form before, in other places, other guises. This time the place is Buffalo. The form is that of a magnificent woman....created from the dreams of a child.
The eternal hunger is immense. The entity must feed. And it's prey is human.
Psychic detective Ryerson Biertgarten is appalled at the savagery of the first killings. Far worse lies ahead, for the detective as well as the city. He is falling in love with a wonderful woman - but Joan will die - unless he can stop...The Devouring....
Review: Reggie Halloway is a fourteen year old girl who's a big horror fan. She also has a job she enjoys in a horror themed bookstore. When a shipment comes in she finds this weird journal and Reggie decides to take it for a little while. The journal tells about the Vours, spirits that take over human bodies on the night of the winter solstice or what the journal reads as the Sorry Night. Reggie's always up for some fun decides that her friend Aaron and her will try to see if they can be taken over by the Vours. After this night Henry changes and they're not sure what they will do.
Narrator Paul Heitsch does a spectacular job with his performance of The Devouring. Paul did such a wonderful job and he kept me intrigued throughout the entire story.His voice captivates me and he reels me in. When Paul did his creepy voice, rather the voice of the Vours, wow, it sent goosebumps and chills up my spine. At times I felt like Paul was reaching out and grabbing me when using his Vours voice. Paul kept me mesmerized throughout the story and I enjoyed his performance so much. Paul left me begging me for more, the way he captures the characters. He doesn't have any trouble with distinguishing each character and making each one different. Paul doesn't have any trouble when it comes to changing his voice accents or sounding like a female. He does a superb job making every character different.
I highly recommend this audio. It's not you're everyday YA story. It's a horror type book without romance. I didn't quite understand everything about the Vours but I would love to listen to more stories about them. I would love for these two authors K.W. Armstrong and T.M. Wright to get together and write a second story on the Devouring. I would love to learn more about the Vours and I sorta felt like there's some unanswered questions with this story. I found this story worth the time and I think anyone looking for a different take on vampires then this story is for you. It also includes possession and it's an amazing horror story. I suggest if you love horror stories then give this story a try. You have nothing to lose with Audibles incredible warranty!
I really enjoyed this short story. It is a short novella or prequel to let us venture to how the first book in the Dancing series starts. I don't own the actual books but the book covers are stunning. This is a very short story and therefore I find it hard to review but I will do my best.
Wendy is a 17 year old girl who is having very vivid dreams of young girls being murdered. The scary part is Wendy's dreams are really happening. She sees these girls being murdered and what's even creepier is they're sending messages to her that she's next. Of course Wendy's too scared to tell anyone for fear of people thinking she's crazy.
I felt like Teri Schnaubelt does a wonderful job with her narration of this story. She does a superb job with her narration of the first book as well, Dancing with Death. I felt a connection with Wendy and the other characters as well. Teri really grabs your attention and pulls you in. Even though it was a short story you can still tell that she's incredibly talented.
This is my first story that I've listened to written by Andrea Heltsley. I must say that I loved the novella, the introduction to the Dancing series. I couldn't stop the story until I finished it. Andrea has written a great intro to read before you start the first book. She creates a glimpse into a teenagers mind that's filled with some scary dreams. Andrea is talented and she has a vivid imagination. One more thing, Andrea loves cliffhangers from what I've discovered. I don't care much for those but I enjoyed her stories all the same and I highly recommend this story before you start the first book.
Eva Pohler has done it again! She has really outdone herself once again. This is the first story in her new YA genre. It was different but different in a fantastic way. This story is nothing like the Gatekeeper's Saga but just as magical and spellbound. I found myself immersed in the story and I couldn't stop listening until it was over. I found myself caught in a spell and I was addicted and obsessed.
The story is about an island where people who don't want to live anymore or have other problems that might not be healthy for them. They go on their own will and some are told lies to get them there. It's a new testing of curing suicidal people and others who blame themselves for things that wasn't necessarily their fault. Daphne Janus is their with her best friend. She's first told she's there to try out the new resort before its grand opening only to find out later that her parents sent her there. Daphne was sent there to undergo an experimental therapy for suicidal people to terrify patients into fighting for their lives. Daphne has had about enough of this inhumane treatment and all she wants to do is get off the island. She thinks the doctor is out of her mind and thing's aren't as they should be. Does this therapy work? Does Daphne decide to live? Did her parents really send her there for this? I guess you'll have to get the audiobook and find out for yourself. You definitely won't regret it.
Coco Bell does an outstanding job as she performs this story. When you get a good narrator they stop being narrators in my opinion. I feel that once you get a good narrator that it's more like listening to a play. I understand that's not the case but I find it better than knowing the narrator is in front of a microphone. I was able to understand Coco and make out every character. Coco has a pleasant voice but I think she could use a little work with her male voices. I think the male characters still sound a little like females. Overall, she still did a fantastic job and with more practice she would be perfect at narrating any audiobook. Even though the male voices often sounded like a females it didn't hurt the story at all. I still highly recommend it.
Eva Pohler has shown she can write anything. I felt like Eva stepped out of her normal zone and created a brilliant story. It's unlike anything I've ever read by her. She amazed me on just how perfect this story turned out, I absolutely love this story and I look forward to seeing where Eva will take me next. I know once you start this story you'll discover that this isn't like Eva's normal work but I guarantee you'll love it all the same. It's a five star rating and I'm positive if you love Eva's other stories then give this story a chance. I guarantee you'll find yourself hooked. I'm positive you won't be able to put it down and you'll find yourself immersed in this new story by author Eva Pohler. Great job Eva, a wonderful story, with a perfect storyline. I highly recommend this story. I loved it and I'm sure others will as well.
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