Filled with sexy humor, sparkling with imagination, Devil May Cry is the next great thrill ride of the year.
Love in vein: listen to another Dark-Hunter novel.
©2007 Sherrilyn Kenyon; (P)2007 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers LLC
"Sin, a Sumerian fertility god turned Vegas casino owner, and Kat, the zealous servant of bossy Greek goddess Artemis, knock boots and kick butt in Kenyon's juicy...paranormal love-fest." (Publishers Weekly)
This was my first Sherrilyn Kenyon novel. I loved the story and Holter Graham is one of the best narrators out there! It's a shame the entire series is not available. Previous narrators have been so SOOOOO awful they literally drive the listener to distraction. With any luck, Harper Collins will record the missing novels from the Dark Hunter series. If so, I REALLY hope they use Holter Graham or Fred Berman as narrators. They're fantastic!
Just did my 2nd and a half listen. Love Holter Graham's voice. Love the insouciance with which he interprets Kenyon's dialogue. I also love Kenyon's way with a metaphor. And once again let me say that Graham's voice as Sin is "dead sexy, baby!" I listen to him just to help me go to sleep then get caught up. Come on! If you like paranormal romance audiobooks, you'll like this book.
good story line.
wish they could keep the same reader. holter graham doesn't do simi justice.
Holter Graham is the BEST narrator I've ever listened to. It is amazing how he can create a different sexy voice for every character in Sherrilyn Kenyon's books. This story was great too. Holter, please please please narrate more of her books!
5 stars is i love and i will read agani and again. 1 is i hate and i never want to hear about it ever again. YES = :))) - NO= :'(
This is a fantastic series and i do like it... i'm a bit tired from the sex parts in each single book, but other than that, its a fantastic series.
This book was a really good one, story plot was fantastic, but narration wasn't so much, Fred Berman does a really good job with his narration, especially for a perticular demon we all love and Acheron does too... Also Fred Berman does the same great job with Acheron, but in this book the narraction made both of them a bit normal... and that wasn't right... I TELL YOU IT WASN'T NORMAL!!!!!
In the past few books we got to know Cat, here you get to know her past, and her present , here you read about her and about a dark hunter who used to be a God.
I liked this book, and i like this series, but changing the narrators every few books is too annoying, and i am not a big fan of that.
Again, good story, good book, bad narrator.
The book is a typical Dark-Hunter, so while it's not high literature, its entertaining and fulfils everything you'd expect from the author. You also find out more background info about the enigmatic Acheron, which was quite to my taste!
Where I seem to disagree with most other reviewers is in the narrator: This more or less ruined the audio book for me. With Kenyon's writing being rather blatant by itself, the exaggerating and over-emphasizing style of the narrator definitely crosses the line to the ridiculous. I found myself halfway between laughing and embarassment....
I find that a female narrator suits this type of book much better and rather liked the one doing "The Dark Side of the Moon".
The story was great but the narrator completely butchered the book. He was absolutely terrible and did the book such a disservice. I was highly disappointed. He ruined the whole story for me.
One of the narrators who had previously narrated the series. Carrington Macduffie or Fred Bermann
The story line itself was great!
of course i would recommend all sherrilyn kenyon books to friends.
as always Acheron is my fave character.
Mr. Graham's performance was ok, except for the voice of Simi and Acheron, plus he didn't pronounce Acheron's name correctly by the other characters. Ash-er-on is the correct way, not Ak-er-on. I know that is a small thing, but it bothered me.
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we need the other guy back.
Read as if channeling Cpt. Kirk. Very choppy in the narrative parts of the story and emphasises words that should be read normal.
No He could not pronounce name and places as they had been before
This was not a good choice as a narrator he changed names and places we were use too.
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