From the author of the Chicagoland Vampires novels, a new series about a boarding school filled with something worse than homework. Lily's parents have sent her to a fancy boarding school in Chicago filled with the ultra-rich. If that wasn't bad enough, she's hearing and seeing bizarre things on St. Sophie's creepy campus. Her roommate, Scout, keeps her sane, but keeps disappearing at night. When one day Lily finds Scout running from real-life monsters, she learns the hard way that Scout is involved in a splinter group of rebel teens.They protect Chicago from demons, vamps, and dark magic users. It's too bad Lily doesn't have powers of her own to help. At least, none that she's discovered yet....
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I love Chloe Neill but Mary Kanes voice is like fingernails on a chalkboard. it almost rendered this fantastically written book un listenable.:(
The story was definitely decent but the narrator was horrible. My husband even came into the room and was like oh my god what are you listening to This is painful. I agreed
And was nice still difficult to get into because of the narrator
I probably would've really enjoyed this book but the narrator was not becoming very nasally. I wouldn't even this series again unless there was a new narrator. And I am very much a series girl all the way to the end.
Choose a new book
This author is an amazing author I've read all of her Chicagoland series books but I can't get into this series because of the authors choice of narrator. Which detracts from the story line completely.
Really bad narration. I am going to try to listen to all the book but not sure I can. I will not be purchasing more books from this series. Do the people responsible for hiring the narrators ever actually listen? If so, then maybe they want the audio sales to suffer or fail. It just doesn't make sense to take a book/series with great potential and ruin it with a horrible narrator.
Same thing happened with another series of Chloe Neill only worse because it started with a great narrator and changed to one who should never have even tried to narrate. Cynthia Halloway would have been great.
A different Narrator
I love the story and a new spin to popular fiction themes
I never like to leave negative comments, I believe if you have nothing to say do not say it at all etc.While I was first listening to the story I was going to ask for a refund because the narrator has a very annoying, monotone voice and made the book almost impossible to listen to. I decided however to give it more of a chance. The story did grab me in after listening to it for a while and I believe it would be more exciting with a different narrator. Even when she tries to do different characters it just gets more high pitched, piercing and annoying in sound. I am wondering if this is her first time narrating? I am reluctant to listen to the next installment just because of her voice.
It's difficult to give a fair review of this book since the narration was so irritating that I almost gave up listening to the book. Then the book ends, just as the storyline begins to develop. The only reason to recommend this book to a friend would be based on the author's past performance and hope that sequels will build on the weak start.
The metaphysics and the characters both have potential, but the book was too short to really get hooked. I suspect the editor tried to make a trilogy out of one good sized book.
I wish I could post a note that would warn me the next time I'm about purchase a book narrated by Anna. She did get a little better as the book continued. She kept using the same cadence, for each sentence. Her main character's voice was this irritating whine and her range of voices was rather limited.
No. I like the author well enough that I might risk a sequel.
I have read and listened to chloe Neill. But I did not like the narrators voice. I couldn't finish this book.
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