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the story continues but is getting slowed down with too much lack of progress with Clarie & Jace.. get on with it already...The change in narrators was not needed & not as good.. Bring back Natalie Moore.
Not with these narrators.
I did not. Ed is hard to understand & Molly sounds like a valley girl from Ca.
Hope for the end...
Moved on to Allegiant!!!
Yes, the story of this book was wonderful!
I hated the narrators. They were incredibly horrible especially compared with the previous books. The male voice with the British accent was very difficult to understand when the book first began. The female voice was a thousand times worse. She completely mispronounced all of the series specific words... I had to cringe every time I heard her voice. The switch between male & female voices were seemingly at random and did not make any sense in relation to the book. If the story hadn't been so good, I probably would have stopped listening, even though I had paid for the book. I just hope they have changed narrators for the next book because I can't stand any more of these 2.
I've literally just started the book and I can hardly understand a thing the reader is saying because his accent is so thick... I'm from Ohio, I speak English, this reader makes the book very very very hard to listen to. I don't even know if I'll be able to listen to the rest without having to return it... THAT'S how hard it is to understand.
I love the characters, it has nothing to do with the story itself.
I haven't even gotten to Molly's performance, I'm hoping to god she speaks with an American dialect, but I'm loosing all hope for that as the seconds press on. Ed is extremely English, which isn't a bad thing, but when you can't tell what he's saying on your favorite book series... it's bad.
The accent that I can't understand... is disappointing to say the least, I've spend three days listening to these amazing books, and I don't think I'll be able to make it through the fourth... :/
GET A NEW READER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Absolutely NOT. Molly Quinn's voice is so annoying. I really want to know how Cassandra Clare continues this story BUT It literally pains me to listen to this book. If I wasn't already intrigued by the story from the first three books I would just give it up. At least this one is only 13hrs (and Molly only narrates half the time) - The next book in this series is 17 hrs AND is only Molly narrating - God please grant me the serenity to get through it.
My work commute is an hour and 15 minutes each way. Listening to audiobooks has become a way for me to actually enjoy that time. Unfortunately, Molly C Quinn has made me almost dread the drive home.
on a side note, I do like Ed Westwick's voice - but it's not a good match for this book.
I'm a voracious audiobook listener, rarely found without my iPod.
I have really come to love this series! Cassandra Clare has developed a fantastic world of magical creatures with just enough of teen angst to make it engaging. Twilight and Harry Potter fans...YA and fantasy readers...give this series a try. This is the 4th in the Mortal Instruments series, but I read Clockwork Angel before reading City of Fallen Angels. There are references to Jace's ancestors who we meet Clockwork Angel, so it was nice to have met them already. Can't wait for the next book! Keep 'em coming Cassandra Clare!
Ed Westwick should stick to screen acting. His pacing was inconsistent; he needed to enunciate; the mumbling was just ridiculous. I found myself repeatedly having to rewind and listen to sections over again because I couldn't understand him. Although Molly Quinn's narration was pretty spot on, I wish that I would have just read this title instead of listening to it!
I've listened to the first three and really enjoyed them. Everything I am reading here is true. Simon is terribly miscast, and Clarie, even worse. Mispronounced words, poor reading skills, just plain bad. I hope the next one isn't the same narrators, but if they are, I'll be reading the book instead.
Worst of the first four
Did not finish. Could not listen to the narrators. I bought the bookand read it.
I really enjoyed the story but the performance wasn't the best.
No, well yet me not say no, I just didn't like there voices for this story .
When the narrators stopped talking.
Narrator in book 3.
I went through the twelve stages of grief because of these narrators. I wouldn't mind telling them in person or online.
Please request a new recording!!!!
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