The best thing was the narrator. Her voice was easy to listen to but there was not much she could do to help improve the book.
Maybe she shoul sell it as a young reader book instead of as an adult book. I love Richelle Meads "Succubus" series and think its a far superior series.
Deep, husky easy to listen to voice.
I don't think so, I would listen to her other series instead
Love the genre but not this book.
The character development is great. The story is very realistic. And the rationale for the whole thing could happen tomorrow
Story and writing are getting stronger with each book. The characters are being nicely developed and the story has unexpected twists. Easy read for times when you're not in the mood to work hard. Narration is fine.
This book works in every way. The writing is done well. It's not to difficult to understand yet it's not immature. The plot is believable, and your captured from the start. The narrators voice is lovely and perfect for the story. Occasionally the volume decreases so you just turn it up. All in all, a job well done.
I picked this book up because I heard that the author was good in the suspense and horror genres. It turns out to be a real winner!
The narrator was very appropriate when he was speaking as Agent Pendergast but only mediocre for other characters voices. Story itself was typical for the series. In the end, you finish the story with tons of unanswered questions.
Great story as well. JD Robb at her best. Ericksen at her best. Love to read & re read over and over
Builds on the earlier story so it helps to read the first book. However it could stand alone. First book was slower and plodded along at times but in general, one of the better series. Worth listening to.
A historical lac count of how blood was used in ma y pagan rituals in the past. Also, a
Ok Att ways Bram stoker researched places in the book and e Ben used names of people he new in the book.
This is an intense look at the events surrounding Jesus Christ's death. It is viewed purely by the heart of a loving mother. Meryl captures the intense feelings, tries to analyze how things got so out of hand. I have never read a book by this Author before but i certainly plan to do so.
The pacing of the book is slow and steady. It needs more tension to increase interest and keep you wanting to turn the preverbal page
Maybe a preface beforehand about the Indian culture involved, more character development. The characters were a little flat
Good narration but he didn't change the speed an detention often enough
Yes, for sure, that's why I was so frustrated by the things I mentioned in the review
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