The story was great- just as good as any other books by this author. The narrator sucked! Her speech patterns were distracting, she drew out vowels way too long. I was irritated throughout the whole book but the story kept me listening. Worst part was the sample was read by a different narrator, he reads very small parts throughout the whole book.
Story line. The ending was a good surprise. Don't want to be a spoiler.
It felt like she was trying to draw it out too long. The funny thing was when she was reading dialog it picked up.
I would listen to this again- the story was so unique- I loved the characters, loved the reader, loved to descriptions of Australia.
Hawk, no Tomo, no Hawk- I guess both
I highly recommend this book. The story line was original!
I loved the story and the reader
The story didn't get to the point- ending was a odd, it wasn't plausible.
told a better story
I totally loved the book. I loved the mix of witches and vampires and demons. The historical discovery was interesting as well. The only problem is it didn't really end- I can't wait for the sequel to see where it goes!
This is the best book I've ever listened to. The story drew me in from the opening paragraph. I found myself stalling what I was doing so I could keep listening. I listed to all 20+ hours in three days! The reader is perfect, the story is perfect and I love saying "Addis Ababa". I feel like I've been there!
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