I haven't read the print version but saw a mini play of The Woman in Black. The audio version brings more depth to the characters.
No change at all. Was good.
The voice, the tones which gave you a visual of the story.
The audio version had more to it then the mini play. The play didn't go into the life of the characters. More just a gloss over.
On of the best! The suspense kept me listening for hours! Only had the audio version.
Annabell and her determination
The tone brought depth to the story.
The storyline took me by surprise. When I first stated to listen I thought oh no another flakey in the future book. Boy, was I wrong.
I can't compare this to anything else
Just loved this book and hope there will be more to come.
Near the bottom in my list
None that I have read so far
The end with Faye and Francis
Was ok but it has too many plots within plots. Some parts I just fell asleep while listening. Got confusing in other areas of the book so I just skipped then and when I did fall asleep I didn't bother to back track what I missed. It was just a filler type book when you can't find anything else at the present. Unusual to say the least. I am not considering getting Book 2 at the present.
Bronson Pinchot held my attention to the book but the plot really didn't. He voice changes from one character to another was superb. You could actually visualize what the character looked like just by Mr. Pinchot's voice.
Totally different, something you wouldn't expect.
No other book that I have read is like Mogworld.
Laugh mostly. Got a little tedious near the end.
Gives you a little laugh, a chuckle here and there. Something that is totally different and unusal. Love the "gang" and their witty comments.
No I wouldn't.
Have less history facts. The book is for history buffs.
Just too tedious to listen to but I am determined to finish it.
The whole storyline was great
I listen to my audio books at night. It seems to be better with no distractions around ou.
Yes, only of they were a fan of the series. Others might not like all the sex that goes on between Anita and others.
Can't compare. Each one has their own flare.
Not really. Although, she might be good with other books, with this particular series her accent lacks a accent.
Love the book as with all Vampire Hunters books
None so far
Yes and yes and yes. John Claude sounds like a female and no accent at all. This narrator has a way with the end of the sentences should like,she has a frog inherent throat. Totally distracts from the story. No inflection on her voice and the accent of one character is so terrible it is hard to understand. Sorry narrator.
Well, right now I am trying to understand the book due to the narrator.
Might from Deborah Harkness but Jennifer mumbles here way through so probably not from her.
I listened to Discover of Witches which I really enjoyed but Shadow of Night has too too too many details. I felt like I was listening to a history class. Describing a dress and the tiniest details of it got me nauseated. Listeing to the who is who and who did what gave me a mild headache. Enough of the details already.
For me way too much information is not necessarily good to understand the scene. Perhaps, there are those who love the little things that make a storyline but it was a labor to get through to Book 2. At this point I saving Shadow of Night when I have nothing else to listen to.
Sorry Ms. Harkness but althought your book is well written it is more of a history lesson and I can not compare it to the original story Discovery of Witches which flowed easy and smooth and make the reader interested in knowing the outcome.
Well, hate to put anyone down but in the book marbles come to mind.
No. Enough already
Although good there wasn't that "punch" that the otheres have. Something was missing but I can't say what.
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