Diana Gabaldons writing is as always beautiful and Davinia Porter Brings the characters to breathtaking life.
I love them all but I have to say I really did enjoy William in this book.
She gives each character their own voice it's impossible to pick a favorite,
I wish I could have, but its 44 hours long.
You really need to read or listen to all of the Outlander novels in order to appreciate the scope of the story. If you haven't read them yet, do it. You wont regret it.
No one it was that bad.
She has lost her ability to write an interesting story, its just disappointing after waiting so long to find out what happens to Merry and her men. The death of one of the best of her baby daddies (and my personal favorite) was just pointless, not to mention defying already established rules about how difficult the Sidhe are to kill. There were so many interesting tidbits that could have been explored, that would have made the book so much better, but alas LKH has so lost her touch, I doubt she could write a decent grocery list these days.
She was terrible. Her english accent invaded every character to the point where the LA cops sounded like London Bobbies.
Taranus, he's an imbecile, how he managed to indirectly cause the death of one of the main characters is beyond me. A stupider bogey man has never been written.
Nope, it pretty much sucked.
I absolutely will listen to it again, it's that good.
Trent, choosing to be true to himself instead of his species.
MG was a great narrator as always.
I did cry a little at the end, because I love Al, even if I never really considered him as a romantic partner for Rachel. His heartbreak was very moving.
I cant wait for the final installment. After that I will read/listen to the entire series all over again.
yes Book one Demon Lover had many things about it that I enjoyed, unfortunately books 2 and 3 weren't as good, but I would still be willing to give other books by this author a chance.
She was very good at giving the females distinct voices. The male voices werent as distinctive.
If she had kept the dark gothic feel of the first book throughout the trilogy.
After really enjoying book 1 I was looking forward to continuing the story. It was ok but not nearly as good as the first.
The heroines guilt.
The narrator was good, not the best I've heard but she does a credible job.
I wanted to re-read this book before going to see the movie and I am so glad I did. The Narrator was wonderful. He SINGS the songs and very well I might add.
The Hobbit is the "perfect" fantasy novel. There is no other stand alone fantasy novel that holds a candle to it, in my opinion.
The riddle sequence with Bilbo and Gollum is by far my favorite part.
The story was a little thin, though it was entertaining and the narrator did a good job.
I'll probably will get the other books in this series from the library.
Did a very good job with voicing the different characters
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