©2006 Christine Feehan; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
Audio Book Fan
If you have been following Ms. Feehan's series to this point - you already know some of the data here - however - there are two points in this story that are found no-where else.
Point one - in a place where Carpathians live a very long time - WHERE were all the older Carpathians? The oldest we saw before this is Michail & Gregori, And they HAD to originally have had a fuller culture - which had not been shown to date.
Point two - Carpathians love children. ALL children. How many men that most of US know would be so careful NOT to hurt even the worst little punk trying to mug them?
Also - I feel for Vlad. He's saving as many as he can - but - it's costing him dearly in pain.
I can't wait for Dark Hunter (Next book in this series - Due out September 2009.) It sounds like a real wild ride!
Another short book, but it's perfect! You get the whole story, you don't feel like you're missing out on anything... wonderful writing! This series is unique because you can start anywhere, but if you start at book 1 and read in order you have a better understanding of the people, but if you only want a quick read you don't HAVE to read the whole series to get a great story!
Audio books are all about narration for me, I've already read the book and know I like the story before I buy on audio. Eric Michael Summerer does a fabulous job narrating this book, he's just perfect all the way around. What I wouldn't give to have him narrating this whole series!
This is one of my favorites in the series, even if it was too short. The narrator is one of the best as far as I'm concerned, I'd like to read more with his narration.
I think that I would have enjoyed this book so much more if the narrator didn't give the men such horrific accents! Very unsexy and distracting! Skip this one.
i really enjoyed listening to this one, it was entertaining, interesting and hard to put down.
I honestly write these reviews in a spirit of sharing and helpfulness. I have no idea why I always end up sounding so snotty...
To her credit, Christine Feehan has managed to tell this story at least a dozen times without it growing too old to be enjoyed... But nothing lasts forever!
Just when they find a decent narrator to take on the Carpathians, the story gets old fat bald and wrinkled. This is what I call a pity.
If it's your first Dark novel, however, you might enjoy it. If it's your fifth, you already have.
Believer in what you can't see
The story is wonderful. After thinking a diary is from the past, the Carpathian that wrote it comes into Sara's life and changes everything.
That Sara realize that the man she has dreamed about is not only real, but is exactly what she wants. Kind, honorable and loving.
Very good job. When I read the story, I never added a accent to the Carpathian, so when I hear the accent it makes me cring.
When Falcon discovers the statue that Sara sculpted, a perfect replica of him. I also like it when Sara tries to save Falcom from the street punks at the beginning of the story and ends up with a being bigger than life.
This was the first series that I like so much that I have every book. I also like how loving the characters are with each other. No force, just a gradual comfort and respect.
Each book wants me to read more in series,
just gets better as you go
is voice adds to the atmosphere
continuation of the real story no one gets lost
Yes, I like it very much and I always hear things I missed when I listen again.
The life style of the Carpathians and the love.
It made me laugh and feel good.
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