northeast florida | Member Since 2012
This book isn't about queen Betsy antics or friends/husband/satan/ghosts or vampires. Sooooo disappointing. I normally love these books, but this was so manic that the storyline made zero sense.
Moon Island by JR Rain
Mmmaybe. I can't tell if her manic delivery of the story was her portraying these unstable characters or if she is a spaz. I did think she was funny.
I do love the Queen Betsy series to death. (Pun) I just hope the next book that says "Undead and ..." on the cover will actually be about Betsy.
Seriously high. And I've listened to thousands. I truly loved this series.
Yes, but I'm definitely going to seek out other Chris dukehart books. I preferred her over Kyle mccarley's parts.
You can't outrun Destiny.
Pagan and dank. But not dank's singing. Shudder.
With the God awful voices of G and Miranda. This isn't Anime. No need to squeal and cackle and screech.
No way. The narrator doesn't understand that bubbly and young doesn't mean high pitched and screeching and so very annoying.
With distorted screeching and giggling
Less junior high name calling like "douche faces", "arch douche" and "ask hole".
I used to love HP Mallory books, but they just keep getting worse. This is my last attempt to read one of her books.
Like a teenager.
Bill the Angel
I feel like I have less brain cells now.
Mermaids are the new vampires
I love the whole book. Great story about teenage angst and issues and mermaid and selkie folk lore. I'm almost through with the second book and I am still totally into it. I'm 33, but I can still relate to this story.
She's a wonderful narrator. Definitely one of my favorite young adult narrators.
If you like any books about Celtic folklore, mermaids, selkies or any other mythical or supernatural creatures, try this series. This is good stories that is age appropriate for 15+, but also great for adults. This story has a sweet romance, but without the constant gratuitous sex scenes that ruin adult paranormal romances. Love it.
Duh! First Cynthia Holloway and then Angela Dawe did fantastic jobs narrating and have both become two of my favorite narrators. This series showed the growth of a young high school student to a mature young woman tastefully and very believably.
Her amazing and consistent character changes that fit their personalities perfectly.
Both. Sad to see the series end, but I actually love the ending. Maybe they'll have a spinoff series?
This was great enough to cause me to actually write a review, so that should tell you something!
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