It is so nice to be able to sit, listen and rest while listening to a wonderful story. It is also nice to listen while you do anything that you deem boring, makes time pass in a much more agreeable manner.
I love the depth of Hades and Persephone's feelings, and in this book they come to the forefront. I also love seeing Persephone deal with the issues that arise from being a Goddess.
Emotional, intense, rushed. To clarify slightly, I felt she rushed just a bit on this book, not enough to be unenjoyable, just faster than I liked.
When Hades & Persephone finally say I love you to each other, my heart just overflowed.
Without a doubt right at the top, I love the story. It did take me a while as usual to adjust to being read to, I am so used to moving at my own pace or going back and rereading as I go.
When Katie and Logan met in person, I think it was one of the best moments in the book. Love can move mountains sometimes.
She was so enthusiastic about the reading, she showed that everything mattered with the tone of her voice. She made the characters come to life. But in the same breath I didn't care for how clipped she made her words, enunciation is very important but at times it just annoyed me.
There are moments in this book that make you warm and fuzzy for sure. As for crying no I never went there I guess I had a lot of faith.
Thus far right at the top, it was a fantastic story all the way around and I could listen to it over and over again.
Sara is my favorite character, watching her development as more than just a fighter. She is discovering herself, how to trust, making friends, on her trip to discover what really happened with her father. She is rounding out becoming the person she should be as well as the person she wants to be, I love watching a character develop.
Oh my, I wasn't sure before I started listening but wow I loved this narrator, she brought a new level of excitement to the story with her interpretation of voices and emotions. I want to get more audio books now, a narrator can make a wonderful book even better.
No, I like to listen a chunk at a time and think about all that happened before I move on. I think it is a did you miss something reflex, and if something isn't quite as clear as I would like it to be it's easy to go back over if I wanted to.
My admiration of Terah Edun grows in leaps and bounds, I am always left breathless waiting for the next book. Keep it up!!
Yes, because to be honest with so many POV's if you don't pay strict attention you could get a little confused, but mostly because this book is awesome.
The way it was so complicated, things were never what they seemed and it was always surprizing.
Persephone, with Aphrodite a close second. She made those 2 characters so very real to me. The inflections and attitudes they both had were carried through beautifully.
Just when you thought you knew....
Since Persephone was the first audio book I have listened to since way back when I will say audio books have come very far since those days. So it will be rated first in line for now.
I love the enthusiasm with which Kaitlin Bevis speaks, the way her voice got excited, quiet or whatever needed to set the tone.
This is the first for now, I am moving on to the next in the series so I will let you know.
Have you ever wondered what realizing you are a Goddess would feel like?
I would recommend having this audio book around for those times you would like to be reading but can't stop to read, such as; exercising, car trips, doctor's office. I am sure you get the point.
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