Danger lurks in the dead of night....
Seventeen-year-old Nikki and her twin brother, Nathan, move to the small town of Shore Lake to start over after their mother is brutally attacked. When a missing teenager washes up on shore during their first night at the cabin and there are whispers of vampires in Shore Lake, Nikki begins to realize that there are things roaming in the darkness that are far more sinister than what they left behind in the city.
Warning- This book contains some language, violence, and sexual situations recommended for ages 17 and older.
©2014 Kristen Middleton (P)2014 Kristen Middleton
The book and story line were definitely entertaining but the narrator sounds like a very young reader. She sounds as though she's learning to read while reading aloud. It takes quite a bit away from the story. I'd like to read the next in the series but think I may just purchase the book and read on my own. Don't think I can handle another book read the way this one is.
The story line.
Use a more experienced narrator. This one sounds as though she's learning to read, or reading to 3 year olds.
Ethan. I want to find out if he's good or evil.
I am an author as well as a budding audio book lover.
I enjoy vampire stories and ya/na so this was up my alley. I think I enjoyed the suspense most.
There was as much differentiation as I hoped for. Overall she did good but her pace at times threw me off a little.
Blur is an exciting read from start to finish. The story begins with Nikki and her twin brother Nathan moving out of state due to their mother’s new job. But it’s more than that, their father went psycho on their mother and she’s running so to speak. Hoping to find a safe place for the family to live that he hopefully won’t track them too.
Nikki’s a pretty average teen who shortly after moving to Shore Lake meets a cute boy she crushes over. In a very short time she gets a job and meets Ethan, a vampire or Night Roamer. Instantly she finds herself under his spell and deeply attracted to him. She struggles with this yet is under his spell.
As a vampire book lover I enjoyed the story and may listen/read again in the future but I didn’t find it unique enough to go completely wild over. But it is an entertaining story that I recommend for any paranormal book lover.
it was an easy read with a good reader. plot kept me intertained and I will be following this series.
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Wow, I can' believe all the bad reviews this story received. I guess I can only mention that they one's who have written such bad reviews might should take up listening to stories and then you might just change your mind about the story. Author Kristen Middleton has wrote a unique story and I absolutely enjoyed it so much that I listened to the next book immediately after this one finished. I found this story amazing but I will admit that I hate cliffhangers but honestly who doesn't? I was engrossed in this story from the start. This story shows me just how gifted Kristen is and she has such a vivid imagination and if you give it chance you'll see that it shows in her stories.
Elizabeth Meadows did a fantastic job with her narration of this story. She kept me immersed from start to finish. I highly recommend this story and if you don't like the reading then give the audio a chance. Elizabeth does a fantastic job at bringing this story to life. I highly recommend this story and I give it a perfect 5 star rating!
book ended before plot was complete, who does that. hey were vampires your mine, I bite you and poor end of book. umm how about you write a whole boom instead of planning a sequel before the first one is done.
I love books, writing, writers....these are my favorite things. I never have to stop learning! Have a lot to learn still.
Good enough story.. Reaves very fast like the reader I should bored. S k ows down at the end when. it is more interesting. Hard to keep up using sync she reads so fast, sometimes slurring the words. Plus I hate books with open endings and no closure. Feel ripped off. Don't know if I will be buying the rrst..
I like Fantasy & Science Fiction but not into Zombie. Due to Health issues, listen to Audiobooks/read ebooks where I can enlarge the print
Murder, Rape, mind control, bad narrator, Rubbish.
All of the above refer to this drivel, the daughter is a mindless idiot who keeps things to herself, because without any proof otherwise the vamp that is stalking her simply can't be a killer, her brother and friend have a little more intellect, but feel they can still take down a vamp weaponless and untrained.
People are dropping like flies but everyone just goes on as usual. The narrator is a monochromic speed reader, who appears to realise the drivel she is narration and wants to get through it as quickly as possible.
I got this on a whisper sync deal so in order to post this review i will keep this rubbish not ask for a refund.
I think the reason this is so cheap is because it's such childish rubbish. The idea of a group of vampires in an area is not new and this brings nothing to genre unless you count that apparently these vamps can take daylight, but they don't sparkle.
why this even made it to an audiobook when they are many more deserving titles out there is beyond me
DON'T BOTHER WITH THIS ONE UNLESS VERY VERY DESPERATE
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