"Lips red as rubies, hair dark as night. Drink your true love's blood, become the Vampire, Snow White."
Every thousand years, the vampire queen selects a new body, always the fairest in the land, and this time she's chosen snow white.
Blood and Snow: Snow White lives in Salem, Massachusetts, with her dad, stepmother, and her cat, Gatsby. Her entire life she's been teased for her fairy tale name, and the fact that her seven best friends happen to be guys whose names begin with the same letters as the seven dwarves.
Everything changes on a trip into Boston, where an unseen stranger bites her, and she's transformed into something not quite human.
Revenant in Training: Snow has been transformed into a revenant - not quite human and not quite vampire. She must discover how to live with the changes, hopefully without killing anyone.
The Vampire Christopher: As a revenant, Snow White craves blood. Especially the blood of her Hunter. But will drinking from him save or enslave her?
Blood Soaked Promises: Snow White must come to terms with her bloodlust. It's one thing to drink the blood of her Hunter, something else entirely to drink the blood of a human.
©2012 RaShelle Workman (P)2014 Polished Pen Press Corp
The narrator was abaolutely amazing, I personally loved how she changed her voice for each character, and she seemed to get into the book and really enjoyed it.
Snow... Duh?! She's the main character of course ;)
My favorite scene was when she was first bitten and she described the scents, sounds, and feelings... it was all very descriptive
I did, I laughed here and there, especially at Snow's inner dialog
Awesome, Stupendus, Entertaining.
When Professor Pops held Snow and comforted her and it reminded her of her Dad and how long it had been since he held her like that.
When Snow was in the girls bathroom and Dorian went in to check on her. He offered her some of his blood and Cindy walked in and almost caught them.
At the end of book 4 when Snow thinks she killed Gabe. I wanted to run screaming with her.
This is a wonderful series of books. It starts off a little slow but it picks up and gets awesome. Put on your headphones close your eyes and listen. You will be able to watch a movie behind your eyelids.
jenny l server
I would definitely recommend this book in audio form for those who enjoy hearing what they read come to life
the scene with Abernathy the dragon
a voice for the characters
Possibly the best read independently published book on audible (except Hugh Howey). You get exactly what you are promised--must read tv. The episodes are compelling and interesting. I'd totally buy the next one.
I liked the weaving of vampires and fairy tales.
I think the story was ok. but the girl who read it for audible sounded like she was stoned. I kept zoning out, having to rewind to see what I missed. Really too bad, because I don't think I want to finish the story.
So I'm an avid reader inhaling at least two to three books a week. I saw this book on Amazon and bought it then bought the audio version. I had just finished reading one of the Black Dagger Brotherhoods books when I started looking around for a new read, and came across this title. Hitting the book cover on my phone it began to play on through my car speakers. OH MY GOD, I have never heard a narrator sound like a three year old just learning to read. This girl should really get into another business. When she reads (and I'm being nice) it sounds like she is reading from a que card it's awful. So much so that I actually stopped listening to the book and chose another. Honestly I could do a much better job any day of the week then this girl. Has she never heard of inflection of her voice. Okay maybe I'm being a little hard on her because I studied Voice and I know what it takes to read a book or sing a song, and keep people interested. If the sales of this book are slipping I can only think of one reason why. Too bad the author didn't get to pick whom she wanted to read her book. I'm sure she would have by passed this one. Please think twice about listening to this book or listen at your own risk.
No, I wouldn't listen to them again. I'm loving the story line and the twist on an old story, but the narrator is terrible. She is monotone most of the time and barely pauses at the end of the sentence so it just seems like run on sentences. I'm in the second book now and am considering giving up listening to the books and just reading them myself.
The question is how could the performance be worse, and it can't. This is the worst narration I've listened to. I'm amazed the producer thought this was okay to finalize.
Don't waste your money/credits on the audible version, read it on your kindle instead!
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