I will definitely rerun this book because the story was quite captivating. Plus, I love going back to see if I can find clues I missed prior.
Any this book holds up to any other Grimm tales that I have read. It was kind of nice to see this from a female's perspective,rather than, the usual male.
My favorite character is still Uncle Mort. Close second, Driggs
Easy to get engulfed in the story.
The story arc through the entire book kept me captivated. Answers, answers, more questions....
The fight scene at the top of the clock tower, that ends in the library was my favorite. I enjoyed Celaena bonding with Dorian.
Excellent dramatic pitch changes that reveal exactly how the characters are feeling.
The final goodbye between Dorian/Celaena and Westfall/Celaena was quite moving, and then it moved me AGAIN at the very end in a totally different way.
Can't wait for the next book in the series that comes out in March 2014. Woo!
Personally, I found it to be a refreshing take on life after death.
I would compare it to Showtime's Dead like me. I know its not a book, but perfect comparison.
Some of the sass that Lex has.
Couldn't stop listening. Ran through all three books in less than two weeks.
Keep going with the series!
I would listen to Rogue again because I always miss small things, that later turn out to be important. This book is full of
Comparatively, I think this book is much like the last book in the Divergent series, Allegiant.
By book three, I felt that she was really comfortable with the recurring characters.
You Reap what you sow. Or do you?
Loved the ending.
Thus far, one of my favorite series to follow. They are short, sweet, and funny. I only stumbled upon this one because it was a Daily Deal. Excited to see where the series takes me.
I don't have another reference to compare this to. It reminds me a lot of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV Series). Several lovable characters, and a variety of "bad guys" (Demons, Gods, Witches, etc...).
Hands down, Oberon. The voice, the tone, everything, is perfect. Luke also has a great talent for accents. Each character is very distinct.
This book made me laugh more than any other. The comic relief between Oberon and Atticus was unexpected, and appreciated.
On book three. So far, this series doesn't disappoint.
Not Hunger Games.
This was the first book of Veronica Roth that I listened to.
At first, I found her voice to be a bit monotone. As I continued, I actually found it rather soothing. She brings more life to the characters throughout the series.
I was pleasantly surprised when Tris jumped first. I didn't think she had it in her, but once she did, I gained new respect for her.
With only three books to the series, I highly recommend everyone taking the time to listen to all of them. It's worth it.
Needed more comic relief, and/or more Oberon. Although, the Morrigan's appearance always beings me giggles.
More action than the first two books in the series,and interesting new characters emerge.
The giant squirrel ride up a tree. Throughout the entire story, I enjoyed Atticus throwing others under the bus for his wrong doings.
This series has definite potential for a TV series on CW or SyFy.
Can't wait to get through the other books in the series!!
I will definitely listen to this book again. Once a series has a few more books in, and we know more information, I'd like to go back and get a new take on characters.
Although, there is a competition brewing, it story does not center around the activities. I liked that I was kept occupied by other things.
I wish there could have more distinct character voices. At time, i was confused as to who was speaking.
Yes. The premise of this was pretty enticing, and kept me wanting to know a bit more.
The additional book 2 segment at the end was excellent. I'll definitely be listening to that soon.
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