Yes. Well written, expresses the reality of the battle of the human spirit when faced with its mortality, specifically cancer.
Very factual and real. I could feel his pain and his anguish.
Very well done, cognicent of the late writer himself.
The afterward by Christopher's wife.. very difficult not to break down with her. My heart goes out to her.
I am in the medical field and was moved and enlightened by Christopher's ability to express and describe his emotions and consequences. He is a huge loss to talent.
I am beside myself at all the great reviews. I have listened to audiobooks based on books by Karen Marie Moning, J R Ward, Jeanine Frost, Suzanne Wright, Thea Harrison, Kresley Cole, Etc...
This was dreadful! The story is just lame and the narrators were clear yet ugghhh, just bad. The one reading Lisa sounded like a boring librarian and the one reading Grim was annoying.
There is nothing exciting about this story. It is dry and potentially entertaining to one that has not read paranormal romances by some of the greats.
I am not recommending this to anyone and am annoyed I read reviews as that is what lead me to get the audiobook. What a waste of time. This is just bad.
Pleasantly surprised. This was a great story,way better than the first book and hot. I could not reading it!
I really liked the third installment in The Dark Prince series. It was sexy, action packed, gut wrenching, and kept me on a roller coaster the whole way through. This was a great read! Some scenes are harsh, yet they play well into the story.
The Romanian in this book was not all that complicated ( I am fluent in Romanian). The author totally destroyed a beautiful
Language with horrible pronunciations, where many times her Romanian was so terrible that one could not discern what she says.
Other than that, I love this story!
Declan Chase starts off as a bad guy, but he totally makes up for that as the story unfolds. Regan's torture is insane, yet not to the point where it is graphic or nauseating, and it takes up only a couple of short bursts in the story. The rest is an evolving relationship between the two that goes from complicated to just right. I loved this story! It was hot and emotional and the way it unfolds lends for a great book. Wow!
This book has completely strayed from the last one, and the hotness of the Fever series is lost. There is too much talking and thinking about irrelevant points with a story that takes some very strange turns, turns that are odd. The relationship between Mac and Barrons is annoying in this book; the things that happen to Mac are weird and not in a good way. Simply put, it is almost like this book had a different author. My suggestion is that the author not wait another 2 years for the next book as I pray that the third book is able to redeem itself following a disappointing one ( Burned). I was able to get through the book yet not at all impressed.
The narrator is WAY too soft spoken and his overly soft voice does not correlate well with the story. I needed to go out and get the book as I was nauseated listening to a terrible voice.
In the same genre as Kresley Cole's Immortals After Dark, only those books have an outstanding narrator.
Someone with a DEEPER and MANLIER voice. He is way way way way way too soft spoken! It is seriously annoying.
Disappointment at the narrator. The actual book I read on my own... all kinds of emotions as great story.
The audiobooks, ALL OF THEM, are ruined for me when this narrator is reading them. I had to go out and get the hard copies to enjoy.
Not sure. I was not crazy about the audio narrator, as too monotone. The story has a few twists and turns, as well as a relationship that required more emotion in the narration. She made it more boring than exciting.
The complexity between the evolution of the mating between Nathan and Jordanna. Also, love Jordanna's story.
Monotone, boring, sleepy.
I would not try to make a movie out of this as Hollywood would likely ruin it!
Great story, very hot. I liked the print edition way better. A different audio narrator would have improved the audio, yet great story!
This book is hot and fun! The story is really good and keeps you on the edge, consistently wanting to know what happens next.
The complexity of the developing relationship between the two main characters, There was a lot of depth there and the twists and turns in the relationship kept it interesting.
I have and just as good. Great for audiobook.. really brings the book 'to life'.
***Spoiler alert***: When Shai confronts Nick as he is trying to leave again, tricks him, and begins to claim him... so emotional and very intense.
Great audiobook if you love paranormal romance. Very fun, keeps you on your toes!
I am not sure. I loved The Night Huntress Series due to its originality. This story had the same story line as 'Underworld: Awakening"... The fact that this is the last book in the series does not make sense... the ending feels incomplete, like the author just ran out of ideas so decided to end it with book 7. I am disappointed with this one. Once again, weird similarity to a Vampire movie in the Underworld movie series.
The most interesting was the experimentation on subject A80. The least was that Cat and Bones were boring as so predictable.
Just as good. She always does a great job.
It was as it was a little over 8hrs and not longer, yet not an original story... very disappointing.
The series ending now is very disappointing and does not make sense. Soooo many unanswered questions at the end of this book. Sad.
I am hard pressed to say no, yet this third book was ALL over the place and the plot is downright hypocritical and ridiculous.
Most interesting: The idea of genetic damage was intriguing, yet the way it was written about was overkill. Least interesting: the story itself, with poor character development and little sense.
Well narrated with good emotion. Easy to understand.
I am not sure... this story picked up from two great books and just went downhill. Without giving away much, I did not expect a fairy tale, yet what does happen is downright hypocritical and foolish. The plot is ridiculous and overdone, as if one did not know what to do with this story. Terrible end to a trilogy.
Be aware that this book will bring sadness and to many, disappointment. I am not sure if the author knew what to do with the third book as the plot is all over the place and more annoying than interesting. The last two hours of the book are gut-renchingly unexpected and leave me feeling empty with more questions than answers at the end of the trilogy. I am really disappointed with the third book... this trilogy went out with a flat tire!
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