Kind of slow but still a good read.
I like her.
Hoping the next book will be better.
Yes, because I enjoyed the story and I like the narrator. It's a great story and I love it. It is a must read series.
That is hard to explain but it has a smiliar feel as the other Iron Fey books have only the ending was a major jaw dropping shocking cliffhanger.
I love him. He brings the characters to life and each have their own personility that is easy for me to tell who is speaking.
I love the book. However, I hated that I had to wait such a long time for the audiobook to be released after the book has been out for over a year. Please don't that happen with the third book.
Yes, because it's a great story with great and gripping narrators that brings the story to life.
It's nothing like I've ever read before. This is not the first book I've read with different points of view but it is the first that involves dragons.
Caitlin Davies, I'm familiar with from Penryn and the End of Days and MacLeod Andrews from The Iron Knight. Both of them I love. Chris Patton is new and I like him.
No, but it was gripping and I couldn't wait to read again once I stopped at a chapter.
I love this new series by Julie Kagawa. She is an amazing writer. I also love the narrators. They bring the characters to life and hope they continue to read the series.
Yes, because it is a perfect prequel to an amazing series. I love that we get to know more about Yesubai, despite knowing her fate in the end.
Tiger's Promise is very much like the rest of the Tiger's Curse series as it still brings the same amazing detail in writing and ability to draw me into the story. Even though a novella, it is wonderful.
I love Annika. Her ability to bring life to the characters is amazing.
We all know her story, now see it first hand.
I love the Tiger's Curse series and I love Annika Boras as the narrator for the series. I am overjoyed that Tiger's Promise has finally been made into an audiobook. Thank you.
Amazing, gripping, beautiful
Adrian and Sydney's wedding
I'm familiar with Emily Shaffer from past Bloodline and Vampire Academy books and love her. Alden Ford, I remember from The Fiery Heart and I love him. Both of these narrators go really well with each other. I love them.
I love how both narrators were able to bring life into the characters. They are amazing.
Amy Rubinate. I love how she brings the characters to life.
No compare other than the book is a mixture of the bachelor and hunger games.
I loved all the characters she did. She has a great way of bringing them to life and giving them their own identity.
There were times when I was filled with shock, anger, saddness, fear and happiness.
It is a great series and Amy Rubinate did a great job.
To see the insight of Maxon and Aspen's point of view's during the Selection.
The whole thing. I liked that we got to see their side of the story and what goes on behind the scene.
I liked them both.
You've seen America's world. Now see Maxon and Aspen's.
Yes, because it is a great series
Didn't have one. Loved the whole book.
Yes, the Everneath series. Same pace, same type of voices but it had a different tone that separated the stories.
Finished in three days
Yes, because audiobooks makes the books come alive and the narrator does such a good job doing so.
I like all the characters but Maxon is my favorite because he is sweet, kind and funny.
I can't explain it but I just enjoy her reading voice.
I enjoyed it very much.
Beautiful, Emotional, Lovely
Everything about the book was memorable.
There was not one scene but everything. Even the sad ones.
Will's confession, Tessa' confession, Will and Jem's friendship and goodbye, Jem and Tessa's goodbye
I love this series. Daniel Sharman was a wonderful reader.
Yes, because it is a great story and the narrators are amazing.
Too many to choose but Will's confession to Tessa.
Both Will's confession and Jem's confession to Tessa
The whole book really.
I love the narrators and I love the series. Can't wait to start Clockwork Princess
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