The story is awesome. The story occurs between "Beautiful Darkness" and "Beautiful Chaos". A true Casters fan will definitely want to hear it, but don't spend a whole credit on it. Pay the $3.29 instead. Although it says it is 3:23:40 long, the actual story is only 1:15:30 The rest of the time is the first three chapters of "Beautiful Chaos".
Maybe in print, but not audio.
The itself was good and the ending worked everything out.
Someone with a younger sounding voice. The girl in the story was 15 and since she was telling the whole story, it needed a much younger sounding narrator.
Yes, but never another book with this narrator.
Emotion where there was none called for. He gave a lot (a lot) of words an "er" ending which were not "er" words.
No, I think the story was complete.
The story was wonderful. I liked the characters, I liked the way it flowed, but the narration is one of the worst I've ever heard. I would like to listen again, but with a different narrator.
Yes, I would listen again.
Voice was perfect for the story.
Yes, I did not want to stop.
Best Zombie book EVER, but I hope it is a stand alone. A series would just dilute the awesomeness.
For the main character to not be so stupid and self centered. The scene in the restaurant where she met Dutch is just dumb.
No, I've read other books in this genre and they are much better.
The narration was ok.
I was disappointed because the book started out pretty good.
The first part of the book was great. It was an interesting story. I liked the main character and then the guardian angel showed up. Crude, rude, nasty, foul language and on and on every time he said anything.Some of that in a novel is ok and it adds a needed element to the story, but enough is enough and this had WAY too much.
I would have totally cut the guardian angel from the whole book.
I didn't finish this one and will not continue with the series. I've read or listened to other books by this author and enjoyed them. This one was just not worth it.
The narration for the most part was good. A few of the voices (Tom) is not really that good, but most are ok.
Too much use of the "F" word and other profanity for a young adult novel. As usual, it was unnecessary.
The print might have been a bit better because most of the voices were not too good. They were not hideously bad, just not that good.
Henri, he was the only one that didn't do stupid 15 year old things. Not to say that the 15 year olds were not in character because they were, they did exactly what a bunch of 15 year olds would do.
He did really well on the main 2 or 3 characters, but the others were aweful. The adults other than Henri were especially bad. Sam's voice could have been a lot better. The girls voices were weak.
Toward the end, after the bad guys caught up with them, it was hard to stop listening.
Though I did not think the narration was that great, I will continue the series and probably on Audible. In other words, it was not so bad that I could not stand it.
I might read another book by Tess Gerritsen, but I don't think I'd listen to another narrated by Susan Ericksen.
The narrator was just not that good. There was not enough difference in the voices and I often got confused on who was speaking.
The story was just ok. The main character seemed to have a big chip on her shoulder that clouded her common sense.
I normally love Robin McKinley books and yes I will try others, but I wish she would stick to regular fantasy with knights and dragons and not do vampire stories. It seemed to be just another teen vampire book and that is getting borrrrring.
Perhaps I would have liked it better with a different narrator. I doubt I would have purchased the book at all had I seen who was narrating.
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