But she is not alone. In dreams, a call has traveled throughout Ephemera - "Heart's hope lies within Belladonna" - and reached Michael, a man with mysterious powers of his own. It awakens a fierce hunger within him to find the dark-haired sorceress he's dreamt of - a beautiful woman named Belladonna. Together, they may be Ephemera's only hope.
©2008 Anne Bishop; (P)2009 Penguin
I pretty much love anything by Anne Bishop, and was not sure if I would like this series. However it ended up being one of my favorites b/c of the humor. I was not thrilled with the change of narrator though. I really like the guy who read Sebastian, he is one of my favorite narrators, and would have liked it better if he had read the second book. Other than that I am happy with the audio book.
Did not like the way she made the women sound and hated the way she did Sebastian's voice.
As always, Anne Bishop creates a world like no other; complex, original and breathtaking.
None. Anne Bishop is a writer too unique to be compared to anyone else. Love her!!
The voice of the reader is why I would tell people to get the book and read it. The tones didn't fit the story. She would put in a bit of a laugh in her voice when the situation was serious, like it all was a bit of a joke. It was very distracting.
No. I couldn't listen to the voice for long and almost stopped listening to it all together.
I loved Sebastian and the voice for that story. I wish they had used the same person for both stories. I'm afraid the new book, Bridge of Dreams, will be yet another voice that doesn't work so I will most likely get the book and read it.
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