Yes, the audio edition is better than the print version. I love audiobooks. There is so much you can get done while listening to an audiobook unlike a regular book that you have to have time to sit down and read. The only thing that can ruin an audiobook is the voice and/or performance ability of the person reading the book. I like Allison McLemore, she does a very good job.
It's hilarious, gross, and good fun. There were parts of this book were I literally laughed out loud; got some funny looks let me tell you. Plenty of action, intrigue, and personal drama for those that like those aspects as well.
Allison McLemore has an enjoyable voice to listen to and does a decent job of distinguishing between different characters by making her voice sound different when each character is speaking. Those are two important skills that unfortunately not all audiobook performers have though you would think they would be the first thing you look for before hiring someone for that job. I have bought audiobooks in the past that I absolutely could not stand to listen to because the persons voice was just so annoying or I couldn't tell which character was speaking because they all sounded the same. My point is, that is not the case when Allison McLemore is narrating an audiobook. She's very good at her job.
The movie extras aren't the only Zombies wondering the streets.
Hope this is not the end of the series and there will be many more books to enjoy.
Maybe someone who hasn't read Twilight or soemone who hated Twilight and has no taste.
It is a complete Twilight knockoff. The story line is so similar it's disgusting. She even uses some of the same names. It's such a bad knockoff that I honestly think Stephenie Meyer should sue. There is no way anyone who has read the Twilight series couldn't see how unoriginal this book is. This woman is not an author she is a copycat. I thought plagiarism was illegal.
Tavia Gilbert is awesome and I have loved every other book I have listened to that she performed. The horror of this book was not her fault.
Anger and disappointment. And yes a little sadness. Anger on behalf of Stephenie Meyer and Twilight fans everywhere. Disappointment is this author for her unoriginality. Sadness that someone could do that to another person.
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