The warrior has finally met his match.
Nikolas Danshov is the Mohiri's finest warrior, fearless and lethal with any weapon. For almost 200 years, he has devoted his life to keeping humans safe from the demons that walk the earth. Revered by his people, he is a legend in his own time, a warrior undefeated in battle, and prepared for anything. Until her.
On a routine job in Maine, a twist of fate brings Nikolas face-to-face with the one person he had never expected to meet: his mate. Sara Grey is unlike anyone he's ever met. Beautiful and fiery, she ignites his desire while her innocence and vulnerability awaken a fierce protectiveness in him. Now all he can think of is keeping his mate safe from the dangers that hunt her, even if she fights him at every turn.
You know Sara's story. Now hear it again through the eyes of her warrior.
This book is considered upper YA due to some mature content.
©2016 Karen Lynch (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
I am a fun loving mom that enjoys a great Book!! I'm happy to have Audible with a busy life it makes it so easy to still get lost in a book!
I LOVED THIS SERIES! I loved listening to his side! I hope to hear more from both the author & Narrator!!
I'm more likely to read it again myself. The author did a perfect job of telling the story from Nikolas' point of view. It is absolutely one of my favorite books.
The narrator, though...ugg. He is the reason I probably won't listen to the audio book again. I will avoid anything he narrates in the future as well. He has a nice voice and does a good job of catching the hint of a Russian accent (this character is not supposed to have a strong accent but just a hint of one) but that is the extent of nice things I can say about him. His performance was about as exciting as listening to someone read an instruction manual for putting together a bookcase. He is completely monotone, he is reading but not at all performing. Life and death situations sound no different than ordering a meal at a bar. Seriously, zero difference. His tone for female voices is terrible as well. If you need a nice voice to put you to sleep, you've found it!
Sara and Nikolas after the final battle. Hearing the story from his point was awesome and so well told. In general, hearing how deeply he felt for her throughout the book and how he felt in different situations was really fun.
Just about ANYONE else. Steven Barnett, Vikas Adam, Eric Michael Summerer, or Luke Daniels all would have done an amazing job and pulled you into the story so much more.
Hearing Nikolas' point of view when Sara was missing after falling off the cliff. The author really captured the pain her family felt during the time she was missing, and the joy of having her back.
As with the previous books in this series, the author does such a wonderful job of creating characters that you fall in love with. So many authors in this genre create characters that become overwhelmingly annoying and have no real redeeming qualities other than that they are physically attractive. Karen Lynch captures personality in every character that you really become attached to, well when you read it yourself anyway... this narrator dehumanizes the characters with how monotone he reads them.
I always a book enjoy that shows a different point of view this is something else entirely I wasn't sure about this one at first it was great if you liked the original trilogy you'll love this Sarah is a cool protagonist but neeklos is a total BADASS!!! And you get a prittey good look at how a full fledged Morie warriors live
I had waited months for Warrior to come to Audible and it didn't disappoint. So many POV books only cover half of the overall story but Warrior covers all 3 Relentless books in one Great Book. Yes a lot of information is repeated but it's great to now know each side of the main characters different thoughts and reactions about the same conversation. How I wish ALL authors were as detailed with our favorite characters thought and feelings to their situations as Karen Lynch has been in this Wonderful story.
This book is really only for people who have read the Relentless series. There are major gaps that you have to fill in from memory. Being told in first person, our hero has no way of knowing or telling us what else has happened - key things that you need to know for pieces of this to make sense.
Regardless, I did enjoy the story. It was a bit long but still fun.
The story line. It filled in a lot of the gaps from the previous 3 books.
Nikolas was by far my favorite character because I was able to better see his mindset through the journey.
Yes, the only problem I had with the narration was my expectation of hearing more of the Russian accent not being met.
No, It took me 2 days to listen to it.
The narration wasn't bad, it just didn't meet my expectations for the character of Nikolas.
I adored this book in writing, and love it just as much from Zachary Webber. He is amazing narrator and his voice is perfect for Nikolas. The story enraptured me, and I'm sure it will do so again many times over.
"Worst narrator ever!!!!"
A different narrator. I honestly felt like he was reading a grocery list. His tone never changed, there were no individual voices and it bored me to tears. Even he sounded bored! Every single sentence was monotonous. Where was Nickolas' accent? Someone like Robert Petkoff would of brought this story to life. If I could give minus stars for this narrator, I would. Truly dreadful! One of the few books I haven't been able to finish.
A different narrator.
A different narrator.
I loved the relentless series and therefore assumed I'd love Warrior, too. The writing wasn't the best, too many, "I did this," "I did that," "I said this," "I said that," for me to let go and enjoy it. Perhaps if it had of been a different narrator I would of enjoyed it more. Maybe it was just the way he read it and not the writing so much. Either way it was a no finish for me and I'd never listen to another book narrated by Zachary Webber ever again. I have MS and reading triggers severe vertigo so I have been unable to read for years. Audible is my only pleasure as I'm bed ridden, so when I say I'd rather not listen to a book ever again than listen to a single chapter narrated by him, you can see what a big deal that is to me. AWFUL, AWFUL, AWFUL!!!
I'd advise you to read this book, rather than listen to this narrator.
This is perfect....sheer perfection!!!karen has chosen the perfect narrator for Nikolas who has brought his story to life in an absolutely mind blowing way!! I could listen to his voice all day long. I've read the book more than once because the relentless series is one of my all time favourites, Karen is a truly gifted story teller and Warrior is a masterpiece 😁 if I could give this book 100 stars ✨ I would!!
I found this book boring because it was the same story just coming from the Nicolise side so I felt no difference I felt I had paid twice for the same book for this reason I have requested a exchange.
"Best book ever"
I loved this book as I have all the others. It would appeal to a wide audience. Fantastic what more can I say.
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