This is one of my favorite books in my favorite series!
Any other book in the Mark of the Lion series.
Definitely Rizpah, he managed to give off the feist and vulnerability she had even though the reader is a man.
Journey to the Land of Tiwoz
You won't be disappointed with this book.
It's one of my favorites due to the incredible writing and the enthusiasm of the narrator. His voice meshed perfectly with the book.
When Bram gets pushed out of the tower window by Jamie Lannister.
I can't say, he does a different voice for each one of the characters which distinguishes them. This book can be difficult to follow, but it helps to have the consistency of the narrator's voices for each character. His voice reminds me of a salty sea captain. Love it! Gotta have it!
I've already seen the HBO series so I knew what was coming as far as major plot points. There were several points where I flt connected to the characters and then the were killed off. All I know is I am not waiting until my next credit comes in, I just bought Clash of Kings.
Historical, Gripping, Romantic
The ending...which I won't give away!
He does a great job with all the characters voices.
Love and forgiveness
Yes. It was a fun read. Had some magical elements, mystery, and romance.
I liked that there was a mystical quality about it. There were characters from another world along with the main characters of the book. Decent romance story.
Yes, the first book of this series. It was the same.
It was a decent read. Not as gripping as some of her other books. A nice short read. The reader's voice kind of bugged me. I don't think I'd read it again.
It was a little cheesy and her voice is rough on the ears.
Good book while commuting.
I had physically read this series several years ago and purchased it on audible remembering how much I loved it. Even though F.R. is a Christian author, her writing is full of passion, gore, sensuality, heart-wrenching drama, and thrill. I really love Nora Roberts books and I would say F.R.'s story line is better than anything I've ever read by N.R. It is simple a historical fiction of the life of a young Jewish girl turned Christian who lived during the oppressive, warring, ancient Roman times. The descriptions used in this book are absolutely captivating. I bought this book to listen to when I'm at work, but found myself enthralled and listened on the way home in the car and during my workout. Suffice it to say, I have already purchased the 2nd book in the series. I don't want it to end!!!
I know everyone says Hadassah so I will say Marcus or Atretes. Marcus is a man lives a hedonistic life and says he doesn't care ow his actions will affect others. But you see his restlessness throughout the book and how he struggles with his passions and want to be moral like his father. Atretes is a really neat character. He is a Germanic King taken from his tribe to become a gladiator of Rome. I love how he stays strong even in the face of death.
A book you'll never want to put down.
Report Inappropriate Content