Hockley, TX, United States | Member Since 2009
I found the story thrilling, made me laugh
I really enjoy this one. Much more than books 3 and 4. Don't get me wrong I love Sherrilyn's writing.
This book measured up to all of Sherrilyn Kenyons previous books. Wish they would make movies.
I enjoy so many. Holter brings the story to life. He can make me feel the emotions the writer is trying to convey.
For me its the unknown with his relationship to Acheron, they have been thru alot together in the discovering of who the other is.
If I had only these two choices then I would say not well spent. The story line is really hard to follow at times, not sure what she is really after.
If your looking for and outstanding book with all the characters, (ie witches, vampries, demons, and a excellent story line this is a must. I am so looking for to her next book in this series. Harkness writes brillantly.
Matthew, he has old fashion ideas for a vamp
The narrator can make a story come to life or not. Llyana does that.
Jacob, because I am a Native American, but mostly because I think most people have been in love and lost that person.
She brought this story to life.
I wanted to. I would find myself listening in my car then putting headphones on continue listeing.
Yes in some aspects. Ms. Meyer is an awsoe writer, but when you put an Awsome narrator, they have the ability to really bring the story to life.
There are just to many to think about.
I have listen to the whole Twilight Series and currently relistening to them.
I did laugh and cry. I know drivers in othervehicles must of thought I was a nut case.
I have read the books! But listening to the story, Llyana isn excellent. I found myself laughing and crying as I listen to the story.
Fred Berman has a knack for bring stories to life. The emotions and voices changes are awsome. Ms. Kenyon is a wonderful writer, I find myself waiting for the next book.
Holter Graham brought the character to life. Sherrilyn, all I can say is never stop writing. I love every book and between Holter Graham and Fred Burman, the world is anew.
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