I think both have equal strengths.
The beginning romance between Atticus and Granuaille. Plus Coyote's antics.
I found it hard to judge, after buying the first three books narrated by Luke Daniels a few years ago. While I think Chris' narration is probably very good, in my opinion Luke's is superior.
The vampire battle.
As I stated above, if you already own 1-3 from their previous incarnation be prepared for an adjustment period.
The development of characters from the previous novels and the combination of genres, there's romance, action, mystery and humour.
Of course Alexia is fabulous, but there is such a well-balanced ensemble of characters that it really is too hard to pick.
The fight scenes in the the Alexandria hive, or any with descriptions of Egypt.
Something witty, I'm sure!
I'd love to see the earlier novels in this series recorded as audiobooks. I wouldn't recommend listening to them out of order.
Humorous, light-hearted, well-read
The octomaton storming London, and the loss of the parasol!
Alexia's drawn out and chaotic labor.
Alexia's devotion to the pack, and especially Biffy.
I would suggest you read the first three books before listening. (Hopefully they are recorded soon!) The characters, plot and world of the novel might not be very clear without this fore knowledge.
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