It was quite enjoyable to listen to it on my commute or doing chores. I love listening to audiobooks for that reason. Revelations is book two in a ser..Show More »ies. I'm glad the narrator is the same from the first book. It was nice to have the consistency of characters.
Revelations (The Forsaken Saga, #2) picks up where the first book left off. Nora and Hunter leave the cave in search for answers as to why the Elders ..Show More »believe Nora is the subject of the Prophecy that foretells the end of the Elders rule over the Vassiz. Soon after emgerging from the cave, Nora and Hunter run into Madison and Alexander who are also Vassiz. Because they are also friends with Raphael and trust his judgment, Alexander and Madison wish no harm befall on Nora and Hunter and join the quest for answers. Alexander suggests they begin with an ancient archive many days away from the cave. It is during these travels that the real action and adventure begins, including a few harrowing and life and death situations. It ends with Nora battling a demon and freeing "the Angels" that were imprisoned for thousands of years by the Elders.
I simply loved this story and immediately started listening to Relentless after completing this book - even though I was already at home after my commute from work. Revelations is definitely my favorite book in the Forsaken quartet!
As with the first book in the series, Pam Lorence narrated this Audible edition. She had great intonation and pace, including differing voices for all male and female characters - young and old. Her dramatization was perfect and held urgency in all the right places without becoming shrill. Bravo!
Exciting and Satisfying Conclusion to Forsaken Saga!
Foretold by Sophia Sharp is the final book in the Forsaken Quartet, and is a fitting conclusion to this action adventure fantasy. Nora and Hunter, Ale..Show More »xander and Morgan, and 4 of the Angels have a showdown with the 8 Elders in the Dreamworld with one purpose in mind - to destroy the Elders and put an end to their corrupted leadership over the Vassiz. Thankfully this book brings many characters and issues full circle and explains all unanswered questions left from the first three books, including Nora's true parentage.
As with the other books in the series, Pam Lorence narrated and did an outstanding job! She had different voices for each character, all of which were very believable. She also portrayed action sequences in an exciting and exhilarating way without becoming shrill. Pam's narration definitely contributed to my enjoyment of this book, as well as the entire series. Highly recommended!