Least - too many POV - Most - it was exciting and the narrator was amazing
yes, not for the faint of heart or easily queasy
I would say it ranks about mid-range. I liked it, but not sure I would re-listen to it again.
Probably when Kiera got to see the newborns, you could feel her heart swelling!
Same goes for question before.
Post- apocalyptic thriller!
I had planned on picking up this book as soon as it was released because I already love Marr and her Wicked Lovely series so much. Then I heard that James Marsters (AKA Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer) was going to be the narrator, so I bought the audiobook from Audible instead! I have to admit that I was a little disappointed that he did not read it in the "Spike" British accent,but soon got over that. IT ao made me realize that he had read some of my favorite books ever - The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher and I didn't even know it.
Marr can create these wondrous ever engaging worlds where you feel ever step and hear every bird fly over head. She hits it out of the park on this one just as well. The book is action packed with fights, dark magic and war. She balances the book wonderfully keeping the story line flowing and the characters moving on and developing throughout. I love how all the characters intertwine towards the end, it like a fantasy soap opera with battles to the death! Marr is a genius, masterful storyteller and I can not wait for more. I think I may finally go and pick up Graveminder soon also.
The forbidden romance and epic Journey Ash much endure to be with Meghan.
It is a toss up between Puck and Ash......
Not sure, but I think he did great with this one.
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