I would highly recommend this book to all of my fantasy and dragon lovers alike.
My favorite character was defiantly Will, he was kind and caring while still being firm and authoritative.
The exasperation in the character's voice. I would say this brings you into the book and makes the character seem real, as if you were her, feeling her real struggles.
Not extremely, though I couldn't turn off my headset, so I hope that says something. No one thing stands out, I've been captivated by the entire book.
I just love this book and can't wait to read more by this author with performances by this performer.
Yes, I love this series. The story is more in modern times, so it's nice to think that dragons, or draki exist in this time frame.
When Tamra and Jessinda talk and make up.
Always coming back.....even if it's for the worse.
The fact that it was the same performer from the first two books kept the character alive in my mind.
The story itself. Around the end it picks up a ton and some things you never expect to happen, just do.
Her performance breathes emotion, taking you directly into the character's heads.
Yes, at the end when Anna get's (spoiler) kidnapped. I was so anxious about the story I couldn't turn it off.
An amazing trilogy. It is not as controversial as everyone says it is, it has a great storyline and amazing characters.
The plot and point of view brings you into the book and forces you to feel what the main characters are feeling, you feel hurt when they do, you feel joy when something good happens, excitement during the intimate parts and sorrow with their losses.
The kiss, no spoilers, but the kiss at the bar, read and you'll see what I mean.
no, so far I love this performance, she captures the audiences attention and the persona of the characters.
I did laugh, yell and cry during different parts of this book.
Love it, can't wait to finish the series!!
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