I was an interesting story with in depth characters you could care about. A nice easy fun read, well listen.
Chrysabelle or Malkom. Cause they were well thought out and had more depth to them than most characters in books do.
She read the story very well and was easy to listen to.
No one seems to know about this book it has no reviews, that’s really sad cause it‘s good. I just reviewed it to say I hope Audible puts out the rest of them anyway I want to hear more. They aren’t as great as some fantasy but I thought it was a much better story than that Fifty Shades of Nonsense so many people love. It's a lot like J R Wards Black Dagger Brotherhood books, but much better.
I didn't read the print version. I usually don't anymore; I have trouble holding regular books open. In the past I usually liked the audio version of books almost or as much as the print version of a book. As long as it doesn't have a narrator that ruins it. This one didn't.
The well-developed characters. That's usually what makes me love a book, if there are characters interesting enough to care about what happens to them next & keep me reading. No matter what the subject matter is. I can't stand books with flat, clichéd characters with no development at all. Unfortunately that's what I'll have to deal with till another really good book comes out (doesn't happen often enough).
I don't think so. After I adjusted to him as the new narrator I thought he did a good job reading the book. I'm so used to Dick Hill being the voice of Penn Cage that it took a while to get used to the new voice. I don't like it when they switch narrators in the middle of a series'.
I don't know
I hope it doesn't take 5 more years for the next book. I already wait that long for George R R Martins books.
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