This has got to be one of my favorite audiobooks. The story was good, engaging, romantic, dramatic, and sweet. The narrator's performance was incredible. I listen to 30 audiobooks a year, her narration was incredible.
I might not have cried, but I definitely choked up and gasped. The story and performance was very emotional and it really came through.
This was fantastic! I will definitely get more from this author and look for this narrator again. Excellent.
This series showed such promise! For what could have been a profound and thought-provoking trilogy, the final book (in my opinion) ended on a pat and somewhat cheap note. I understand why Ms. Roth chose the path she did, but she could have made the point in a better way. I completely tuned out after the big event in the book and honestly didn't really care about what happened in the rest of the story.
This was a very engaging story and I can't wait to read the rest in the series. There were some similarities between this and the Hunger Games, but the story stands on its own. Some of the twists I didn't see coming and the characters were interesting. The narrator was good and didn't detract from the story.
I haven't listened to her before. She is one of the better narrators. My only complaint is that she pronounces the "o" in opossum. Most people just day "possum". It was a little jarring every time she did it.
I thought the story was fairly original. I liked the interpersonal relationships between the characters and it really kept my attention.
I liked how Annie really grew into herself and you could see her evolve throughout the book. I also liked the love triangle tension.
This was great. It definitely kept me listening longer than I thought I would.
I can't wait for sequels!
Very enjoyable. There were some disturbing scenes of sexual violence, but overall it was a good story and I am glad I listened.
Surprisingly yes. I found myself listening for a lot longer stretches than I thought I would.
I actually liked this story. It was interesting and held my attention the whole time. I am a fan of post-apocalyptic fiction. I will definitely get the sequel. The narrators were good. It took me a bit to get into the dual narrators, but I enjoyed it.
It sounded interesting, but I just couldn't get into it. The story seemed very superficial. It hinted at backstory but never delivered. I slogged through towards the end, but didn't find anything redeemable other than the narrator. She did a great job with a terrible story.
Of course the story is fantastic, but the production is weak! Cheesy background "musical effects" detract from the story rather than enhance it. The narrator isn't consistent with the accents (and the first narrator of the series was sooo much better!) Also, there are a number of times when you can hear an echo when the narrator speaks. Did anyone even listen to this in post-production?
I took a chance on a book I hadn't heard of and I am so glad I did! I fell in love with the story and the narrator is amazing! Usually I find accents very distracting in audiobooks, but this had me riveted. My only one complaint is that the narrator pronounces one character's name differently in this book than the others in the series. It was a little disconcerting at first. But overall a great story and great performance.
I love this narrator! She gives everyone a unique voice and her pacing is excellent. As always, Richelle Mead writes an excellent story and Stephanie Wolf really brings it to life.
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