Protecting Chicago from the dark side of life can be an exhausting job, especially when you're in high school. So when the girls of St. Sophia's start gearing up for Sneak, their fall formal, Lily decides to take a break from fighting to get ready for the event. But when a Reaper unexpectedly crashes the party prep and Lily's firespell fails, she realizes that she has a much bigger problem than a full social calendar....
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I started out listening to books for work and now have become addicted. Every where I drive is a new adventure...
I really enjoyed the Dark Elite series. Something about boarding schools that always makes me think of witches, cults, vampires, etc. This one captures all of that and adds a werewolf to boot. Lily is such a normally sarcastic teenager that would probably just being hanging with her BFF Scout in their dorm room... But they are not normal teens and they are always setting off on adventures. This adventure leads straight to more trouble and that is where all the fun begins.
I am disappointed that this is the last book in the series. I was really hoping to find out what happens next.
A different Narrator. I read and liked the first 2 books. Then I tried to listen to the third, and because of the terrible narrator I couldn't get through it. I've never had a narrator's voice actually grate on my nerves before. She's nasally, her cadance is robotic, and her words are over-enunciated. And did I mention nasally? Literally painful to listen to. What were they thinking?
Anyone. But some good narrators for teenage protagonists include: Sarah Drew, Emily Schafer, Gabrielle de Cuir, Julia Whalen, Cassandra Morris, Mandy Sigfreid, Rebecca Lowman, Devon sorvari, Justine eyre.
I almost couldn't finish this book because of the narrator. It's a pity because i like the author and the series. But the narrator sounds like a shouting school girl, and that ruined everything for me.
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