This story is no Dresden Files, but it is still very well written and performed. I do at times find the main character to at times come off as an overly dramatic little whiner. Thankfully this doesn't happen often enough to ruin the story. But I was left wishing she had as much backbone as say Lyra Belacqua of His Dark Materials. Other than that this story has many layers, twists, and turns.
The reader does a good job of not just reading the book, but performing it. She is able to use a different enough voice for each character that it makes things really easy to follow. I also think that even if you have the time to read the printed version, it would add more entertainment value to read along with Carolyn.
If you are a fan of Twilight this might be a little too much for you. This one actually has things like plot, story development, subtext, and depth. Of course if you are interested in growing your braincells, this is a perfect book to use as the next step. Do I even need to say "Still a better love story than Twilight?"
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