This book was ok I liked the two points of views but there were a lot of things I just spaced out on. A lot of fluff and little actual story developme..Show More »nt. You can skip to the end of the book and get all you need from the story.
An enormous weight lifts off my shoulders when I finish a series, but this time I want it to stay with me a little longer. We learn so much and Amelia..Show More » and the gang come so far, it almost doesn't seem fair for it to end. But this ending is more than I could have asked for. When you get chills from listening, you know it's good. Grade a fantasy fiction if there ever was any!
I am shocked, shocked I say! This narrator has some serious skills. She did accents perfectly. Her voice was so emotive, it was like I was there. I..Show More » could hear the sarcasm, the playfulness and the serious tones. It was very expressive. Her book was full of so many different accents and it made the characters in my head come to life in a way that was impossible while reading to myself.
Its no secret I loves me some Stormy Smith. Her writing is professional, detailed and well rounded. And I wish this novella was longer just so I could hear the narrators voice nail all the different characters. I will say I found Aidan’s voice a bit hard to listen too at first, like she was trying to hit a lower register than was possible for her. It made me cringe a bit in the beginning. But once I got used to it, the whole cast really came together nicely.
I like this audio so much, I’m looking for other books she has narrated just so I can hear her voice again. Well done Kristin James! And of course, kudos to Stormy for writing such a wonderful book to be narrated.