The way Evalle Kincaid sees it, saving mankind from total destruction should have cleared her name. But when words uttered in the heat of combat are twisted against her, she’s blamed for the prison break of three dangerous Alterants. She has one chance to clear the cloud of suspicion hanging over her... for good. All she has to do is recapture the escapees. But deals with gods and goddesses are tricky at best, and now the lives of all Beladors, and the safety of innocent humans, rides on Evalle’s success. The only person she can ask for help wants to see her dead.
Crack the Belador Code.
©2011 Sherrilyn Kenyon, Dianna Love (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
“New York Times best sellers Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love’s new Belador series explodes onto the urban fantasy scene with a fresh concept, complex world, and unique characters wrapped into an emotionally engaging story full of twists.” (Publishers Weekly)
I don't like that the narrator is male. If your main character is female then it makes sense to me to have a female narrator. This was the case
In the first book. Also the narrator pronounces some of the words differently than in book 1.
Although I enjoyed this book I found it difficult to listen to and it took me longer than usual. I felt that the story line was complicated with lots of characters, different species and so if you were not paying 100% attention you missed what was going on. I felt like I spent a lot of time hitting rewind to figure out what happened. I listen to audiobooks so I can do thing around the house or workout. This way I am not glued to the couch. Unfortunately this for me was harder to do. Having said all that I did like the book. I read the first book and could not remember it all so got the audio version and then decided to continue with the audio version. I love Sherrilyn Kenyon and have ready just about everything she has written. I would not say this is my favorite of her books but I did not hate it.
Gena Showalter's "The Lords of the Underworld" Not necessarily the content but lots of characters and species, Gods and Goddesses, multiple different powers and plot twists. I love this series and have recommended it to friends.
I had to get adjusted to a male voice narrating the book since it was a female voice in the first book. I could not understand why the author changed the narrator from the first book. If you are going to change the narrator then he should have at least pronounced key works the same. I drove me nuts and I kept wanting to correct his pronunciation. I read the books back to back so I suppose if you had to wait in between each release it might not have been so weird.
Overall I am still happy I listened to the book. I wish there was more of a love story in it. I think that it was an enjoyable book but you need to dedicate time to your listening to ensure you follow along.
I am a great fan of this author and will continue to read her work.
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