I just love JD Robb so any of her stories are in my top 25 or maybe I should say 50 now because she has so many In Death titles to choose from.
I like the science fiction best. Part of me always thinks this could happen.
I love how it feels to me she is giving 110% to her performance every time.
It is a short story so yes.
This book stands alone. I know it is the sequel to If I Stay, but really you didn't have to have read it to know what was going on. I really enjoyed having this book come from Adams prospective.
I loved Dan Bittner's performance! I didn't want it to end.
I did cry towards the end. I don't want to spoil anything.
Yes I think I would. I found it to be a great listen. Kirsten Potter was wonderful.
Wow. I want to say Adam at first, but everyone was very interesting.
I enjoyed her proformance very much. She did sound a bit older then a seventeen year old.
I think I could have. It is very long when you compair it to other books.
It was good. I enjoyed it. Is it in my top 10 maybe.
The end because I like it when the right people end up together.
Yes and no.
I am not sure I would recommend the audiobook. I loved the story, but the narration was not my favorite. I don't know why they changed the narrators so much during this series. That was hard for me. I enjoyed Sophie Turner. I think she did a good job, but Jason Dohring was just not good for this story.
I love all the main characters. How could you not.
I did cry a few times during this book. That is all I'm going to say. I don't want to leave any spoilers.
Boy looses girl, boy tries to forget girl, boy meets new girl, and all ends up right with the world.
This is the second performance I have listened to. I really enjoy Jeff Woodman's narrations. He gives life to all the characters.
I do like John Green's work, but this one I felt was VERY similar to Looking for Alaska. Which was a small bummer for me. Plus I feel like it took to long to get going for me. It just was not my favorite book of his. Still good just not one that I could not stop listening to.
Maybe. It was a quick listen, cute story
I could have. It was cute and easy listen.
You get to see a complete picture of Magnus and Alec. How great they are together.
I love audio books. The one thing I don't like is when the narrator for a series changes. I know why they did it for this one because of the change in prospective but that is the one thing I would fault with this one.
He does a great job with his proformance. Voices were great. For me that is something you don't get if you read the book.
I don't want to give anything away, but when Ari makes her choice.
It is a good book. I enjoyed listening to it ( great narration by Khristine Hvam). I'm not really sure where I would rank it. I guess I would say the top 25. I have listened to so many books over the years.
I think that most YA books have the same outline now.
The time they spent in the cabin
I did get teary eyed at the end.
There are some spoilers here. (Just a few)
Ok so don't get me wrong, I enjoyed this book. Well...... really I enjoyed the second half of this book. The beginning in the Unseelie court with the boy of her dreams, her "true love" treating Meghan like dirt beneath his feet Just didn't sit right with me. After all that was done I was happy. All the characters were great, both old and new. I found myself hating the one I should hate and wanting more from the others. Plus who doesn't love a good old fashioned love triangle? Looking forward to seeing what happens in the next book/adventure.
Khristine Hvam did a fabulous job once again narrating. She brings the characters to life and draws the listener in to the story. I was very entertained with her performance.
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