I read the book before I bought the audiobook and though I enjoyed the book greatly I love the audiobook even more. I loved the different accents Jennifer Ikeda did for the characters and I hope that when Deborah Harkness finishes and release the next book that Jennifer Ikeda will do the next one as well.
Yes I would listen to it again and maybe I would like it better this time.
The fight sequences were really good and I liked how Percy thought through and came to the decisions that he made.
I have listned to all all Jesse Bernstein's narations of the Percy Jackson books and I have enjoyed his performances each time wether or not I have liked the writing.
No I did not.
Though I liked the fight sequences of the book I have to say in someways I felt let down by the end of series. I just didn't really like the romance angle of the book despite realising early on that Percy and Annabeth would end up together. Other than that I would encourage anyone to listen to the Percy Jackson and the Olymipians series.
The humor and the combination of the Greek Mythology and fantasy.
It reminded me a little of Harry Potter in the that Percy and Harry are a like in the way that they are both boys of a certain age and that his companions are one male and one female. They also seem to have leadership and heroism thrust upon on the but it suits them at the same time.
I have never listened to Jesse Bernstein before but I enjoyed his performance very much.
It made me laugh at times but I wouldn't that an extreme reaction.
It was a very enjoyable listen and I am looking forward to the next installment very much
I have been listening to and reading a lot of books that are very similar to Evermore and though I did enjoy it I think that Alyson Noel probably made the story harder than it should have been. It also reminded me a little of Lauren Kate's Fallen Series though if I had to choose I would probably go Lauren over Alyson.
I recommend this audiobook to anyone that enjoys a good thriller and adventure story
The plot keeps you on your seat for sure as you never know who it is that is after the main character, Kate. The people that help her along the way change regularly and though she trusts them half the time she shouldn't
I never heard a book by the narrator before and she did a good job on this one
Yes, it is and it was hard stopping it because I always wanted to know where Kate was going to and what mess she was getting herself into.
This is a very enjoyable listen and I hope that J.L Carrell's next is done in audio format as I have read that one and it was really good read so I would love to listen to it as well.
Challenging, Imaginative, Vivid
Bailey, it was him that you saw the wonder of the wonder of the circus through and it was him that ended up saving it.
Sukiko, I hope I spelt that right.
Poppet and Widget, I think they would the most interesting and the most fun
This was a very entertaining and fun book to listen to though you have to pay attention careful as it does jump through different time periods
I have watched the first season of True Blood and didn't really like it all that much, it was a little too explicit for my tastes but I decided to give the book a go. I was pleasantly surprised and found it very hard to stop listening to once I started.
I have read and listened to all of Cassandra Clare's books and though I liked Natalie Moore's readings I have to say that I have enjoyed this one the most mainly due to Ed Westwick. He adds a different dynamic to the story and his interpretation of Simon is wonderful. I think I also like Molly Quinn more than I liked Natalie's Moore or maybe she it was just her in tandom with Ed that makes this audiobook so easy to listen too and hard to press pause buttom.
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