The conversations of Rhage and Mary are so entertaining. I would listen to this book over and over again. The passion that follows their verbal exchanges is never disappointing. Before I knew it, the dreaded "You have reached the end of this audiobook" came across the speaker. I thought there were a few hours left still even though I knew it was the the finale of the book. The characters just grow on you. You become one in their world.
Mary's return from the hospital after Rhage and the Scribe Virgin have made their compromise. He is distraught and scrambling to get Mary away from him. The entire scene is so emotionally charged that it encompasses you.
His voice and the life it brings to the characters is astounding. Jim Frangione has a way of taking you to another place that melds the world of the Brotherhood with the present time.
Rhage's visit with the Scribe Virgin was so heartbreaking. I cried at the thought of the couples loss and the immediacy of the decision was horrific.
Really good introduction to the brotherhood. Keeps you wondering. I love to listen and imagine the scenes in my mind. J. R. Ward is one of my favorite authors.
Beth is very intuitive and I love her tenacity. The independence she carries speaks volumes for her character.
I love how he interprets Fritz's character. It's so very different than the other characters.
Love, lust and power: like you've never imagined.
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