I love the Dark Hunter series by Sherilyn Kenyon. I purchase what is available on audible and buy the rest where I find them.
This book was entertaining- as long as you are able to ignore the horrible accents and voices the narrator uses for each character. The characters are supposed to be gods or demigods and the narrator makes them sound like old men- HELLO THEY ARE IN THEIR PRIME- and it is completely disgusting to hear the main character (Stryker)come on to his wife- the love scenes were nauseating- all because the narrator isn't suited to narrate this type of book.
Now, back to the book- I had to listen to it in small doses because of above mentioned problem- but the book was great- I love how each of the Dark Hunter books has its own story and action- they aren't really sequels to each other- but there is a main story intertwined with all of there plots. I love how each book gives you updates on characters from past books and a look a possible future books by introducing new characters.
I give the book 5 stars- but rate the audiobook at 2 because of the bad narrrator.
This is a rare gem. This story is heart breakingly beautiful. The characters are alive- the narrator does an excellent job identifying their personalities. This is not usually my cup of tea- but I couldn't put this book down- it was engrossing and enchanting.
I love "The Sharing Knife" books- they are engrossing and entertaining. I have never enjoyed fantasy books- but Lois McMaster Bujold is a master. The characters are endearing and soo lovable. I highly recommend these books.
The book is very entertaining- the narrator reads in slow-motion and pauses at odd intervals- it was extremely off putting. I had to listen to this audio book is segments so that I didn't go crazy.
I am looking forward to adding more of this series to my collection- unless it the same narrator who did this book- if it is- sorry audible- I won't be purchasing them.
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