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I think the author, Patricia Lee Macomber has written a wonderful story. Its definitely intriguing and unique in its on way. I wish there had more elements for bonding with the characters but it was rather hard to do. Although, I absolutely loved the character Chloe and I was able to connect with her from the start. Chloe had this great, refreshing personality, and I enjoyed her accent. I didn't know what to think about this young girl, who could die but rise again. It fascinated me and then when Jason( private investigator) and his co-worker who sees things go to see what's going on with Chloe, they're in for a shock.
The narrator, Steven Jay Cohen did a fantastic job with his telling of this story. I've listened to many stories that he's narrated and this one is my favorite this far. I normally hear him use a deep voice for his male characters but with Jason, he sounded quite young, maybe in his twenties or late twenties. He really brought this story to life. I was able to identify each and every character with the accents he gave them all. I really enjoyed the whole coming back to life and the person or entity that held residence inside of Chloe. I look forward to more stories by this author and I always enjoy listening to Steven.
I started this listening to this story and thinking I wouldn't like it but not was I ever wrong. Author A.E. Hodge has written a story that could very well be a true story. Its filled with sadness, plotting, love of a mother, determination, and so much more. The author has written a perfect story and the ending left me holding my breath. I wanted to scream, cry, and ask why. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and will be looking for the second story because there has to be one.
Narrators, Kate Udall did a great job with her telling of this story. She makes the story feel real and it's as if I could feel Meredith's anger, frustration, sadness, and grief. The narrator did a fantastic job with distinguishing each characters accent. I recommend this story to everyone who's age appropriate.
I really LOVE the TV show, The Walking Dead but it seemstthat nowadays that's all you read/listen to. Personally, for me, it's getting old. However, I did enjoy the story that Angela Scott has written. The story is based in what I consider the old west. In the days where you have saloons, life is hard, and family is everything. The author paints somewhat of a different story of people who die and rise again without a pulse. The story is intense, filled with adventure, packed with action, bloodshed, loss, and even love. The main characters are likeable, especially Red. She's a wanted person who has been bitten plenty by the dead and still walks, talks, and a heart that beats.
The narrator, Rebecca Roberts does a fantastic job in her telling of Wanted. She breathes life into the story and makes it a fun, enjoyable. story to listen to. She kept my interest held from start to finish. I loved the southern accents she gives some of the characters. She did a fabulous job with Red. You feel as if you're there, seeing everything as it unfolds. This story is one that I will say you really should get. I really recommend this story to everyone.
I must be honest, this isn't more normal genre. I truly don't care about historical stories or any that pertain to it, especially when it comes to Germany. I tried really hard to like this story but it just wasn't the story for me. Although, for those out there that enjoy history and the war that Adolf Hitler started then this story might be for you. Of course the story isn't all about war but yet in a way it is. Larisa witnesses something at the young age of six and to stay alive she continues to run with help from the CIA.
The narrator George Much did a wonderful job in the telling of this story. I felt his narration and the distinguishing of each characters were great. This is the first time I've listened to anything by this narrator but I will look for more of his work. Even though I didn't care for the story, the narrator kept me glued to it.
This story is wonderful and most definitely rememberable! Author A.P. Jensen has written a mesmerizing story that you won't forget anytime soon. Its packed with action, adventure, magic, loss, and even romance. The author has written a unique story about people who are called unmemborables. The main character Raven has never understood who she is. She lives a simple life, cleaning in a hotel but she's wondered why people never seem to remember her. She doesn't know that her life is in danger and on the day she's attacked, Cain Henson comes to her rescue and stays with her to protect her. There's so many twist and turns throughout this story. I enjoyed listening to this story unfold, the unraveling and mystery of who Raven is and her determination to do what she wants is great. The characters are interesting and likeable for the most part. This is a fascinating story and I promise you won't forget it anytime soon.
This is the first story I've ever listened to by narrator Roni Gallimore but I will look for other stories she's narrated. She kept my attention from start to finish. I was able to understand the story and each character was easy to identity. She did an amazing job with each characters accent. Overall, a great performance by Roni and a very intriguing story by the author. I would love to listen to more on this story. This is most definitely a 5 star rating!
A wonderful story that will immerse you from start to finish. Author, Charlene A. Wilson has written a perfect story. I found it to be unique and I found myself intrigued throughout the story. The world she created is different, yet it was almost like our own except for powers these three brothers have. The story is filled with suspense, magic, and true undying love. The author paints a very vivid story and makes you feel as if you're there living and seeing everything as it unfolds. I really enjoyed the characters, the brothers were likeable and I loved how they looked out for each other. I can't wait to listen to the next story, if it's available on Audible.
The narrator, David J. Shaughnessy did a great job with his telling of the story. I enjoyed the narrators dialogue and his accents he gave each character. I did have one problem with his performance but it's a tiny problem. After the Narrator finished each character, I felt like he took too long to start the next chapter. This did bother me somewhat because it made me think the story just stopped so I was checking to make sure it didn't just stop several times. Overall, the story was written perfectly and the narrator kept my interest held, so I give the story 5 stars.
This was a fantastic story! In all honesty this story isn't my typical genre but I am extremely happy that I was fortunate enough to listen to it. I must say that the author H.B. Moore doesn't disappoint. I love that the story has the mystery it holds. I believe it was really smart that the author includes the Queen of Sheba, The life she lives, family, love, secrets, betrayal, heartache, and the life she led that are centuries old. I loved listening to the queen as she fought challenges. I really enjoyed the good characters like Omar and Mia. But as mentioned previously, I enjoyed how The author switched the story from present day to days of old. When places become unearthed to find the Queen of Sheba's final resting place the action, mystery, and treachery begin to unfold. It seems that if the tomb is authentic then many things come into question. Some people will do anything for the truth not to be revealed. This is a wonderful story and it's most definitely worth the credit.
The narrator Bon Shaw was magnificent in his telling of this story. His distinguishing accents of each character was perfect, even the women's voices. He brought life into this story and I will be looking for stories that he's narrated before. I am now a fan of his work by listening to only one story he's done. Overall, a magnificent story with a very talented performer. I highly recommend you get this story today. I hope to find other of this author's stories as well. A perfect 5 star rating!
I really thought this story is great. In my opinion it's one of the best stories that I've listened to so far this year. Author Melanie Karsak put her own spin on the walking dead apocalypse and she nailed it. She used such great detail, loved the characters, the storyline, the mystery, and it was packed with action and twists. I look forward to the next story and hope that it will be available through Audible.
Narrator Kristin James did a really good job with her telling of this story. She kept me immersed from start to finish. The accents for the characters were also really good. I would definitely listen to other stories she's narrated. Overall, I really recommend this story to anyone but especially those who love paranormal or apocalypse stories. I give it 5 stars for the author and narrator. This is one you won't forget!
I really enjoyed this story about Damon and Nicole. I think author Teresa Gableman did an extraordinary job writing this story. If not for the vampires in the story it would have felt like a true story. I enjoyed the chemistry that the two main characters have. I love the determination that comes from the female social worker. The author has written a great story and I'm hooked. The story is filled with mystery, action, love, sadness, and plenty of twist and turns along the way.
Narrator Jeffrey Kafer did a wonderful job with his narration of this story. I especially enjoyed his accents and it felt like he connected to the story perfectly. I could feel the characters emotions and that felt so real. I highly recommend this story, 5 stars.
Author Jen Minkman has really outdone herself with this story. It really captures Jen's imagination and it shows her love for writing a great story. This story has everything you want in a story. Jen captures everything like love, nature, heartache, joy, and the mystical connection of nature. Jen has written a beautiful story that keeps you wondering and guessing from start to finish. I love all of the author's stories but this one touches you in such a way that you'll never forget this story. I believe that's what a great story should do. I don't care if you're not a fan of YA, once you read/listen to this one you'll change your mind.
Narrator Charli Lynn Koppel did a fantastic job with the telling of this story and I was immersed from the start. I even cried so much that I didn't know if I was ever going to stop. A wonderful story and a fantastic performance by the narrator. I definitely recommend you get this story to add to your collection.
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