Yes. Fred Berman is excellent narrator. The story is a great read as well; funny, sad, sexy - all at the same time.
I loved the way Alexion tried to figure out why humans do what they do. The ending was great too - but I won't give anything in the review.
I could listen to him daily speak in the voice he uses for Alexion. After I finished it the first time, I immediately listened to it again. I could not get enough of Alexion.
It is a must read - it also gives you some very detailed back ground about Acheron.
Fang and Vane of course. I love the Were Hunter characters (maybe more) as much as I love the Dark Hunter characters. I liked that this book was written in time with Night Play - Vane's story. I actually went and relistened to that story again.
Amy and Fang finally being able to mate. And the very end...I won't give it away for those who have not read it, but I was shocked and knew that No Mercy was going to be a good one (and it was)!
Hotler is one of my fav's...I only listen to these books when either he or Fred are the narrators.
Most definitely and I already have. I have read/listened to all 6 books (including all three Alpha and Omega) and I am patiently waiting for the 7 Mercy to come out in March!
I love the story line between the main characters - especially Adam, Samual and Mercy. But what I especially liked in this story was the walking stick, I think I need one. And as you read/listen to more books you will come to learn more about the walking stick and how important it is to the stories moving forward.
I must say that Lorelei King is one of my favorit narrators...I don't have many as most narrators cannot make their voices sound like so many different characters. She reminds me a lot of Khristine Hvam in the Chronicles of Elantra, both narrators don't even have to say he said she said w/o you knowing which of the characters are speaking. Truly amazing and she is keeping me from actually reading any of the Mercy Thompson series. As much as I love Holter Graham, I wish Ms. King was also reading the Alpha and Omega series too.
There were many...but I don't believe in spoilers.
All of the Mercy Thompson books are a must listen!
I am going to order it for my nook as I couldn't even get through the first chapter with the narration. Scott Brick should not be allowed to read any of the Dark Hunter series novels. These books should be in Fred Berman or Holter Graham's camp only!
I love all of the Dark Hunter books and I am sure I will love this one. I have found that if they don't have good narration they need to be read. I wish I would have read the reviews before I purchased.
I would have have loved it even more had Fred Berman been the narrator. Holter Graham did okay, but at times he sounds like Captain Kirk. Fred is the man when it comes to these Dark Hunter books.
Not sure, as I said...he did better job narrating this book than others. But Fred nails the voices with different accents, etc.
When Acheron finally gave in to the fact that he was in love with Tory and couldn't live without her.
It was worth the wait! And it answered so many questions from past books.
Yes, because I could listen to Fred Berman all day.
I liked that it filled in some holes to other books and what is coming in future books.
I love Jaden. Can't wait to find out more about his story.
Intense, exciting, suspenceful!
I love the dragons, but they weren't involved in this story all that much. My favorite character throughout the series has been Lord Nightshade. I think we will start to see more and more as to why he is the way he is, and I think it has to do with why he is outcast. I am not going to be able to wait another year for the next one to come out.
She is EXCELLENT! I am amazed at how well she can keep her character voices throughout the book. You always know who is talking throughout the book. I am actually trying another series just because of her.
Probably not, I love The Dark Hunter Series books, however the Dream Hunters are not my favorite in the world of Kenyon's Hunters.
Deimos - got to love a demon who fights for the good guys!
I can listen to Fred Berman all day. In fact I have gone to reading the books that Fred does not narrate and only listening to the ones he does. He is fantastic!
I thought it was hilarious as to how much trouble Miranda could get herself in to without even trying.
The cellar scene of course! And meeting up with Dick Cheney, very funny.
Yes, and they all rock!
Most definitely, if I didn't have to work for a living. I re-listen to all of her books.
All of Molly Harper's books are a must listen. I have read her books too, but I prefer to listen as I love Amanda Ronconi's narration. Both she and Ms. Harper make me laugh out loud!
I have not read any of the print version...I love Khristine Hvam's narration so much I will probably always listen to this series. I would find if I read the series I may skip through some of the parts that seem to "never" get there. Not to say that is a bad thing, I understand the detail Michelle Sagara is trying to relay, which is very important to the personality of all the characters involved in her stories.
The dragons...love the dragons!
As with this entire series, there are too many to count.
I highly recommend the entire series...and you really should start with the beginning which is a short story that you can only get on Audible. It gives the background on the Private and develops all of the main characters and races.
I haven't read any of Molly Harper's books, only listened. But I can imagine they are just as good.
Molly Harper's werewolf books are just as fun and well read by Amanda Ronconi.
Amanda has many voices and I think she does a great job with both female and male characters. I loved her voice for the Jolene, Zeb's wife and for Dick, one of the main vampire characters in this series.
All of her books make me laugh out loud! I have recommended them to many.
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