Absolutely. The story is riveting. The character of Meg and her interactions with the predators surrounding her are particularly engaging. The narrator's performance feels unforced and makes this the kind of audiobook experience that showcases the medium.
The Daughter of the Blood has a similar predator-interaction bent.
I have not.
It made me tear up once or twice, but I don't remember truly crying. I know I smiled a great deal.
It kept me up at night and I listened clandestinely at work. This book is addictive.
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