I must be brave.
I must do what has to be done.
I am Alice.
Alice is the most powerful witch the county has ever seen. She may one day be the most evil. But Alice is also the best friend - and true love - of Tom Ward. Together they work to defeat the Fiend - the world's greatest evil - once and for all.
They have nearly everything they need, all except a blade hidden in the Dark, the Fiend's domain. So Alice ventures there to find it. She faces the most terrifying creatures in existence. And she once again battles old enemies who bear grudges: Bony Lizzie, Bloodeye, and more.
And there's something Tom didn't tell her. To vanquish the Fiend, Tom must sacrifice the person he loves most. Alice is hunting for the very blade that will eventually kill her.
©2013 Joseph Delaney (P)2013 HarperCollins Publishers
She's not my favorite but she tries her best to continue what Christopher Even Welch (R.I.P. 12/2/13) started. It's a wonderful series, so it's worth getting over the discomfort of the change in artists.
no a fan of the female Vocals. preferred the solo male narrator reader. i also did not like the bouncing around of the male and female speakers. the 1 male reader who would change his voice was great.
Nope. Awful narration. Get the print copy instead.
The performance would have been better if Christopher Evan Welch had dome the recording. This chick is awful!
If I could give the narrator no stars I would she was very slow monotone didn't sound like she was actually enjoying doing the story. I've listened to over 200 books and this is the first time that I have ever put anything in remarks besides the ratings. she was a real disappointment.
This entire series has been an incredible journey. I love Alice in this series. She's brilliant, aunt, smart, caring, and so much more. I was in the Dark with her the entire way. Heart ache yet again though for Alice. Thank you Joseph Delaney for these phenomenally written books.
I am sad that Christopher Evan Welsh didn't narrate this book. This narrator has a nice voice but she did a horrible job. I had a difficult time descerning between when Alice was talking and when she was engaged in an inner dialog and even between the characters.
I like to spend a book about Alice and really makes you appreciate her character role. And she continues to walked at the end line between good and evil.
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