I loved this book. The reader did a pretty good job. He was a little flat as a reader, but once I got used to his tone, it worked pretty well. Z has always been my favorite and his book is outstanding. He had so far to come for redemption, it was really well done.
I bought this book because I've so enjoyed Molly Harper books before. Amanda Ronconi did an outstanding job with the werewolves in Alaska that I thought this would be great as well.
I couldn't finish the audio book because Amanda decided that the lead voice needed some random accent - it was awful!!! I can't stress the awfulness of this performance. Please redo it with your normal voice.
This book is book 2 of a trilogy - I can't wait for the next one. Patrick Rothfuss is outstanding as a reader! I listened to this book on a cross country trip and it was amazing. The story itself is terrific lots of magic, other world, sorcery, and humanity. If you like fantasy mixed with science and mystery this is a book for you.
This story is outstanding but the only section I've listener to over and over and over is the last 6 hours. The reader does an excellent job! One learns more about Urian and Stixx as well as more about Acheron (who frankly come off a little mean spirited).
I totally loved this book! Sophie does a wonderful job with the narrations and the story is terrific. I so enjoyed Dragon Bound but was very disappointing with Thea's next 2 books then she did this one and it's super. Takes place right after Serpent's Kiss
I loved the characters! I can see the attraction in both directions and the growth and learning of each. I would absolutely recommend this - I've listened to it several times and enjoy it each time.
This book seems to start slow, but really picks up. The narrator is terrific and I choose this book based on her as the narrator.
Overall, I get the over invasive parents and fleeing to another place to start over, things are going well and then they improve. I totally felt invested in the characters and could see them getting together. I'd recommend as a light read and a great road book.
This book was engaging and Holter did a great job - I love him as a narrator and actually chose this book based on him being the narrator.
The story was engaging and lively. The characters were well developed and I could see them ending up together. I'd recommend this audiobook.
I've enjoyed the world that Jennifer Ashley has created with her shifters. Each of her characters are well developed and have fun/interesting/sometimes quirky personalities. I could only listen when on the open road - too engaging to try and listen to it in traffic ;-) I'd recommend it.
I know that this is a "well reviewed" book and has won awards and such but it was just not interesting. I didn't get past about chapter 5 so boring and no spark to keep it going. He doesn't create any reason why I should care about the Minotaur or his trials and tribulations.
Also, I prefer when an author chooses a tense for the book and sticks to it. First second or third person, all good, just not all at the same time!
It took a while to get to the point of this book but was fine for a waste of time while driving.
So, the story is a little lame - our heroine is a little ditsy and can't seem to make very good decisions. But overall, it was a fun listen. What saved the story was really the narrator.
She actually kept my interest in the story - Please hire more readers like her!!! She read like she had actually read the book before, was clear and could be heard clearly when driving a car. She's super easy to listen to and draws you into the book really well.
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