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Bitten Audiobook

Bitten: Women of the Otherworld, Book 1

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Publisher's Summary

"I've got to get out of here - I don't have a lot of time left.

"Philip doesn't stir when I slip from the bed. There's a pile of clothing tucked underneath my dresser so I won't have to risk the squeaks and groans of opening drawers and closets. I pick up my keys, clasping my fist around them so they don't jangle, ease open the door and creep into the hallway. My legs now itch as well as hurt and I curl my toes to see if the itching stops. It doesn't. It's too late to drive to a safe place now - the itching has crystallized into a sharp burn. I stride out onto the streets, looking for a quiet place to Change."

Young, beautiful, and successful, Elena Michaels seems to have it all. Her happy, organized life follows a predictable pattern: filing stories for her job as a journalist, working out at the gym, living with her architect boyfriend, and lunching with her girlfriends from the office. And once a week, in the dead of night, she streaks through a downtown ravine, naked and furred, tearing at the throats of her animal prey.

Elena Michaels is a werewolf.

The man who made her one has been left behind, but his dark legacy has not. And though Elena struggles to maintain the normal life she's worked so hard to create, she cannot resist the call of the elite pack of werewolves from her past. Her feral instincts will lead her back to them and into a desperate war for survival that will test her own understanding of who, and what, she is.

©2004 Kelley Armstrong; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

What the Critics Say

"Filled with romance and supernatural intrigue, this book will surely remind readers of Anne Rice's sophisticated refurbishings of the vampire story." (Publishers Weekly)

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    JoAnn United States 02-16-12
    JoAnn United States 02-16-12 Member Since 2011

    Tell us about yourself! I love to read. I read two to three books a week. My favorite authors are Kim Harrison and Stephenie Meyer.

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    "I'm glad audible have Kelley Armstrong."
    Would you listen to Bitten again? Why?

    Yes I loved charter. The story line was great.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Bitten?

    I loved the charter Cay. He was so funny


    Have you listened to any of Aasne Vigesaa’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    The narrator was great. She was the best. In the other books the narrator is different.


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    Darcy Arvada, CO, United States 11-07-11
    Darcy Arvada, CO, United States 11-07-11 Member Since 2014
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    "A nice surprise"

    I want to begin by saying that I HATE werewolf stories. I loathe them. The one and only reason that I listened to this book is because Aasne Vigesaa is my all-time favorite reader and she doesn't narrate very many books. I ran out of options and so I decided to give this one a try, but only because of my loyalty to Aasne.

    That being said, turns out I love this particular author's style. This is an amazing story with great characters. So even though I said I would never fall into the werewolf trend, here I stand. Knowing that this is the first of a series, and knowing that as soon as I am finished writing this review I will buy the next book, even though Aasne doesn't narrate it. I am officially hooked.

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    Amazon Customer SAINT PETERS, MO, United States 09-09-11
    Amazon Customer SAINT PETERS, MO, United States 09-09-11

    I like books!

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    "awsome book"

    i loved the story but i women reading the story made it even better.i wish she was the women that read all the books

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    Rachel Muntinlupa, Philippines 08-31-11
    Rachel Muntinlupa, Philippines 08-31-11 Listener Since 2009
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    "This is a great listen!"

    I wasn't expecting much but from the moment I first listened the narrator had me. Her narration was on the spot! Made the characters come alive and I wish that this series always used this narrator. The storyline and characters are so vivid. One of Kelley Armstrong's better books. Loved every minute of this audiobook!

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    GUINEAL Mulhall, OK, United States 06-15-11
    GUINEAL Mulhall, OK, United States 06-15-11
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    "Excellent!"

    It took a little bit to get into the book, but after about 15 minutes, I was hooked! I love the narrator Aasne, she does an excelllent job portraying the characters and the accents of each. I am on the next one in the series, Stolen, it has a different narrator, not for sure yet if I like this one. Elena just isn't the same in this one.

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    Amazon Customer SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, United States 05-22-11
    Amazon Customer SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, United States 05-22-11 Member Since 2012
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    "Bitten: Woman of the Otheworld, Book 1"

    I like this book. The narrator is excellent and the main character has depth and make mistakes. Although I usually get embarassed by sloppy, ridiculous love scenes, (Yes I am an adult). The passionate love scene is really cool. This is not a girly book but an everyone's book except, of course for children. I I am excited about downloading other books by this author. Try it, I believe you'll like it.

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    Sharon TX, United States 03-31-11
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    "I love Clay!"

    Listening to this a second time, I am enjoying it, but there are some things that irk me. SPOILERS!!! First, I think the werewolf world that Armstrong has built is ridiculous. I like the individual ways the werewolves act, but to have only 35 werewolves worldwide is, well, ridiculous. And to have "the pack" with only 7 members, quickly reduced to 5. So all the other werewolves are not good enough. They are just mutts and often have to be killed. So how are they going to maintain a worldwide population of 35? And (MORE SPOILERS!!), in future books they kill more mutts, like they were expendable. And then suddenly there is a Russian pack in a future book. And they kill more mutts. Armstrong seems to be painting herself into a corner. Secondly, I find Ehlena, whom I really want to like, to be a weak character who makes poor decisions and often reacts in panic. The fact that she is the "only" female werewolf is also a sticking point for me. With all these out of control mutts trying to make new females, it's hard to imagine that none of them can succeed. I do agree with others that the narrator does a great job on the men's voices and the accents. I'm not that thrilled with Ehlena's voice, but it is OK.

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    Cheryl Eaton, CO, United States 03-19-11
    Cheryl Eaton, CO, United States 03-19-11 Member Since 2009
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    "Give this one a try!"

    I'm lovin' this series, darlin'! Dark enough to be real, but really good characterization - and gripping plots!

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    Kimberly Boise, ID, United States 02-10-11
    Kimberly Boise, ID, United States 02-10-11 Member Since 2011
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    "Too much fluff and no bite."

    This story just plods on and on with nothing that grabs you and make you interested in the characters. The plot is very weak with a lead character who is very uninteresting. Once the author started downloading terabytes of pack history (yawn) on this reader, I decided life was to short and quite the story.

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    Lena Bookin North Carolina 02-07-11
    Lena Bookin North Carolina 02-07-11 Member Since 2013
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    "Boring"

    The narrator put me to sleep - which is sad because I really was interested in the story. Glad I didn't pay much for it.

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