I love this series. Writing reviews is not something I am great but I felt I had to with this book. So many people had said they didn't like it, or they just knew it was ghost written. Yes it was a different format then the other books, yes we didn't hear from everyone during the course of the book. All the main characters were there, and support characters are just that support characters they don't have to be in every story every time. Because Robb did a different format in this book than others she did not need to have every supporting character in the book which I know upset some people. Everyone showed up and gave their support when needed in this book.
I didn't think that Eve and Roakes relationship seemed any different. I know some people that reviewed the book felt as though the relationship has changed. They have been married for a little bit now you can't be in the honeymoon phase forever. Characters have to change and develop. I think it shows they have grown together. That Eve is comfortable in her life and where she is in that one.
Again I enjoyed this book. I would recommend this book in the series to anyone. This book and the series has everything I could want. Susan Ericksen is another great performance. She brings every character to life.
My only issue is now I have to wait for the next one.
This was a good start to this trilogy and Victoria Aveyard's first book. It had great characters. The story and the idea behind it was not bad. We have seen a ton of dystopian books in recent years. I like the idea behind this one and I'm looking forward to what the next book will bring.
Good little listen. Narration was awesome.
Will Simon have the chops to make it as a shadowhunter? We will just have to wait for the next story to see what happens.
You know I loved the Sookie books until the lost three of this series. I don't know if she got ghost writers or just didn't want to deal with the books anymore. This book was no different.
I would. It was fun to try to figure out the things behind the characters. They all had a lot going on. Yet I didn't feel like it was to over the top. Something as dramatic and horrible as what happened to this family will make people do funny and strange things.
You know I simply love her take on Matt.
So that I don't give anything away I'm just going to say Christmas tree.
I love all the books in this series. So hard to rank them.
Oh there is no way to pick just one.
It is the same great preform ante she always gives.
Sure. It was a good little short listen
I enjoyed all the date mishaps.
They are both great narrators in my mind. They both bring the stories to life.
I truly love this fabulous set of characters. Each one with little quarks. Jessica Park does a wonderful job in tell this story of love, pain, growth, and repair. Tavia does a wonderful job of capturing each characters personality. I enjoyed every second and I hope we will get more of this flat out wonderful series of books.
I do love getting another point of view on things. I just wish there was more. I love all of Christina Lauren's books. This was just a sweet taste. I can not wait to hear more about this group and the trouble they get into.
I wasn't should how I was going to feel about this book. A fiend of mine told me about it so I got it because of her. I waited months before I started it.
Written from a somewhat scientific way rather then the folklore or urban legend story. I must say I was very intrigued by this book and what happened to the women (Catherine). It got me thinking and wondering about myself and the people around me.
I would recommend this book. It is short so maybe a short flight so they like that you might need some entertainment/something good to read.
I have not read the print version, but I usually enjoy the audio version over print. I can't see why this would be any different.
I liked her as all three of the female characters. Emma, Theresa, and Amanda. Each one of them sounds different during the performance. I know that sometimes with multiple females in a performance they can start to sound the same. It did not happen with this performance.
I did enjoy this book. I just wish some parts had been gone into more. Lots of blank areas in the book. I was thinking it was from the POV the book was written in. Carter states some of why he did what he did for Emma but it was never really gone into detail. If you love this women as much as you say you do for that many years I would have thought there would have been more to say about that.
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