Straight out of the psych ward, Cora just wants her life to be normal. She doesn't want to see souls or the reapers collecting them. The guy she's loved from a distance for years moves away without saying good-bye. So yes, she's nursing a serious heartbreak. It's no wonder love is the last thing on her mind when Echo storms into her life. The chemistry between them is mind blowing. The connection defies logic. Even better, the souls leave her alone when he is around. Too bad Echo is the poster boy for everything she hates in a guy - hot, beautiful, and cocky. He is also a soul reaper. A Grimnir. One of the very beings she wants out of her life. Maybe normal is overrated because Cora wants it all. Answers. Love. A life.
©2013 Ednah Walters (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
A great audiobook in an excellent series. The narrator brings the characters to life and the intense chemistry between Cora and Echo comes across loud and clear in this audiobook. Told mainly from Cora's (Raine's BFF) POV, the story concentrates predominantly on her character's development. It adds depth to the world the author is creating and still has enough plot to continue moving the main story forward. The narrator manages to capture the emotions and humour of the various characters, portraying excellently their individual personalities and attitudes. You cannot help but be drawn along with Cora as she falls for that sexy bad boy Echo, feel Eirik's hurt and Echo's frustration and vulnerability as he in turn falls for Cora. Ednah's great story line keeps you listening as Cora learns to cope with seeing souls, being hunted, loosing friends and finding love. I received this audiobook from the author in exchange for an honest review.
The audio books that I have listened I would rank Grimnirs number 1.
I believe the most memorable moment in Grimnirs would be how Stephanie Terry reads each character and the tone in her voice.
Stephanie Terry really knows how to keep an audience listening and wanting more. She went through the emotional, anger, and happy parts with such enthusiasm.
This was a book that if I could just keep listening too.
Grimnirs is one of my favorite books in the Runes series and now that it is going audio I absolutely love being able to read from paperback book to listening to it while you are in the car. Stephanie Terry kept you wanting to listen to all of it. I would love to say thank you to Stephanie Terry and Ednah Walters. The Runes series is amazing any way you read it.
I would absolutely listen to it again. The books is amazing and the narrator did a fabulous job with the character voices. Its so worth hearing the story read.
All of the characters are awesome. My favorites are Torin and Echo. How can you resist such hot guys that would do anything for the ones they love.
Stephanie did an amazing job on all of the characters. Her accents really came out for each of her characters and none were the same. Its not often that a female can put out the male voices as well but she did a great job of it.
What would you do for a love that could transcends time, no matter what your flaws are!!
If you have not read this book you really need to or better yet listen to it. You won't regret it
It is difficult to say which is better, but I believe it is the print version that I prefer.
Rogue, by Karen Lynch. Sarah has gifts that no one else could have. She is strong, and determined. She can feel runic magic, and is trying to fit into a world she never knew about. This is very similar to Cora's experience.
I have listened to four books in this series, all of which were narrated by Stephanie Terry. The voice that she gives to Cora, in the books told by Raine, is very annoying. However, the book told in Cora's voice is very agreeable. The only problem with THAT book is that Ingrid isn't given an accent.
I really had no extreme reaction to this book. It was enjoyable to listen to, but nothing extreme.
I like to find more than one series and read it in tandem with another great series. Thanks to quality writing and believable narration, I am a true follower of this series. I am truly grateful to the ladies ( characters and natural reading) for keeping my interest through the long drive to the in-laws.
I would not want my teen to read this book. It is full of under age drinking, sex, and other things that I feel is inappropriate.
the overall storyline was interesting and the characters developed. It filled in some holes and answered some questions allowing characters to move forward.
I've enjoyed this series a great deal. I find it refreshing with twists and turns that keep me engaged. The story line feels original due to the weaving of gods and their cast. While firmly a YA, it still has enough to keep even adults interested. I'm looking forward to the others in the series.
Hot awesome fantastic
I just love Echo so much just cause he is a little different than the other guys in this series
she had a way of bringing all the characters to life
I laughed at parts
i recieved this awesome book for an honest review from the author/ and her PA. This is one of my favorite books in this series Cora (Raine's best friend) and Echo a Grimnir just complement each other. Grimnirs is hotter than the others because it is new adult but just as fantastic a read.
This was great. At first I didn't think I would like it because it is told about a different and in that person's perspective, but now I can't wait to read/listen to the others. I would say it is R rated though. Got my temp up and I'm grown (35). Keep 'em comin' Edna! :)
Echo and Cora are a brilliant duo....this third book is from Coras view point and the change works really well....the story is fun and full of action....lots of romance too!!another great book in the series ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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