After escaping from a life of slavery in Darran, Rialla plans revenge against her former masters - only to be chosen to protect a Darran lord planning to outlaw slavery.
©2011 Patricia Briggs (P)2011 Penguin Audio
This was a great book, but it wasn't about Rialla. Rialla wasn't even in this book. I was greatly disappointed when I first started this book, expecting Rialla. Only to be surprised, when it started talking about a thief named Sham. The book is still great, but because of the description I was extremely disappointed.
I enjoyed the story.
Her speech is overly enunciated. And just listening to her distracted me from a story I have enjoyed.
about the same. I love the book, and the audio As a audio newbie I've always thought that reading the book is better than listening to someone read it out. In some cases I'd have to say that's the case - some Robin Mckinley stuff is dull, dull, dull in audio when I loved the book - but this isn't the case here. I'd recommend to anyone.
Nothing specific. I've listened to her other recordings for this series and for Raven's Strike and enjoy listening to her.
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