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- An Argeneau Novel
- By: Lynsay Sands
- Narrated by: Julian Durant
- Length: 11 hrs and 22 mins
Ever since Domitian Argenis recognized Sarita as his life mate, he's been waiting for the perfect moment to claim her. Those fantasies did not include him being chained to a table in a secret lab or both of them being held hostage by a mad scientist. Somehow, they have to escape. Sarita has seen some crazy things as a cop, but nothing to rival Domitian. A vampire? Seriously? But his healing ability, his incredible powers, and their mind-blowing physical connection - none of it should be possible, yet her body knows differently.
What did loyal fans do to deserve this narrator?!?
- By Twosocks on 03-29-17
Done with this series
I've loved this series for its mix of action and romance and neat nano concept but its gotten boring- too sex focused and no real story line. This book is my last.
Not to mention the awful narration! I had to listen on double speed to get through it.
City of Fallen Angels
- The Mortal Instruments, Book 4
- By: Cassandra Clare
- Narrated by: Ed Westwick, Molly C. Quinn
- Length: 12 hrs and 39 mins
City of Fallen Angels take up where City of Glass left off. With Valentine out of the way, Clary thought she and Jace could finally be together--but when someone starts murdering the Shadowhunters who used to be in Valentine's Circle and leaving their bodies around New York City in a manner designed to destroy the new peace between Downworlders and Shadowhunters, she realizes the past can never be left entirely behind.
- By Melissa on 04-06-11
Great Content - Horrible Narrators
I'm always sad when the narrator is changed mid series. You get used to the way the characters sound and know who is who. The switch here was doubling upsetting because the new narrators have no talent for audiobook narration. Ed sounds bored most of the time and Molly sounds like she is working so hard to enunciate each syllable. The worst part, however, was that Ed makes Jace sound like Sylvester Stallone in Rocky. It made me want to stop listening despite my love for the series.
The book content was great - I'm so glad Cassandra decided on doing another trilogy!
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