The story flowed seamlessly from the first book How Beauty Met the Beast, with sexual tension and characters that draw you in with their wit and charm.
This book introduces Hauk's high school girlfriend as Jolie's competition for his attentions. The sense of jealousy is palpable and offers further depth into Jolie's psyche as she struggles to save Hauk from a new weapon while fighting her own emotions.
Jolie, she's strong, beautiful, and funny.
The book made my heart race as Jolie processed her emotions, and I laughed along with the occasionally sarcastic humor.
This was an amazing sequel, and I look forward to the next and final installment in the series, How Beauty Loved the Beast.
Yes, the audio edition brought life and personality to the characters, making them feel more real than a printed version.
I love the theme of paranormal research and ghost hunting. The story was fast-paced, disturbing, and jumped across time so often that it was a little jarring.
Jeffrey Kafer kept the story moving at a nice pace and gave real personality to each character. His voice was soothing, yet able to provide intensity during the pivotal moments within the story.
Yes, when Kennedy's team member, can't remember her name, loses her attached spirit. It's really moving, like she's losing a part of herself.
I liked the story a lot, it started off a little slow, then really pulled me in. It was interesting hearing a love story from a male perspective. I really enjoyed Mike's transformation from careless kid to a mature adult.
I wouldn't compare it to a specific book, but it had a very Dean Koontz vibe to it. The story has elements of humor, pain, and horror.
I have not listened to any other Sean Runnette performance.
Jandilynn was the most memorable character because she was so full of life and love. She brought the book to life.
This book ranks third among the audiobooks I've listened to so far.
I enjoyed the darkness of Libby's tortured mind as she struggles to recover her past and reclaim her life.
I have not listened to other works from this narrator.
The book took me a while to get into, but once it got started, it really drew me in. I was fine with listening in short to medium doses. It did not make me want to stay up all night listening to it.
No, I wouldn't listen to this book again. The material was dry and felt like sitting through a personality disorders seminar. It seemed there was little inflection to give the book life.
Being a psychology major, the material was easy to follow. If I did not have my background, the book would not have been too technical. The concepts are pretty clearly explained with plenty of examples to further elaborate.
It felt like there was no pacing to the story, and the narration was lackluster. I would say that the narration did match the pace of the story.
Journey through the minds of disordered personalities. The darkness awaits.
Fun, original, heartbreaking
The Unseen by Alexandra Sokoloff because the book explores a little romance and a girl with newly awakened powers who struggles with a new self-identity.
When magic overtakes a small town, one girl must control her new gifts to fight the powers of night.
Great book. I would love to see it develop into a series. Liv's new reality and powers promise many adventures to come as she learns to control her gifts.
Yes, the audio version adds an extra dynamic to the characters and gives life to the uneasy energy of the story.
The ending was surprising and worth reaching. It was touching and came close to bringing me to tears.
No, I have not listened to any of Dan Butler's other performances.
I did not have any extreme reactions to the book, although I came close to crying near the end.
I enjoyed the narrator's accent, the pacing, and the distinct character voices.
Dani O'Malley because she has begun to mature since the Fever series and is becoming more complex while maintaining her wit.
I wish I could have, but I had to break up my listening due to the length of the recording.
Yes, I would listen to this book again. The story is complex, mysterious, and enjoyable.
The Secret Garden
Caroline Lee brought a lifelike emotion that I would not have experienced just reading the book.
No, I did not have an extreme reaction to this book.
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