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- Tornians Book 1
- By: M.K. Eidem
- Narrated by: Commodore James, Laura Jennings
- Length: 12 hrs and 54 mins
King Grim Vasteri is the strongest and most feared warrior in the Tornian Empire. He is the King of Luda, blood brother to the Emperor, and his line will die with him. He will have no offspring for no female would join with him for once he was scarred he was considered "unfit". The Tornian Empire has been dying ever since the great infection caused the birth of females to become a rarity. Since then they have been searching the known universes for compatible females.
SO DANG GOOD!!!
- By Candateshia Pafford on 02-08-15
So Enjoyed Every Bit
This was the first book I every heard multiple readers with sound. It was awesome! It took me right there like I was watching a move.
This book had everything in it, action love and mystery and never a dull moment. One of the favorite things for me was showing that love is not physical it's about the heart. Lisa teaching her children that and loved how Grimm truly loved his new family with no hesitation. He was their protector from the start. I read this one twice and think I may read it again.
The House of Thunder
- By: Dean Koontz
- Narrated by: Laural Merlington, Mel Foster
- Length: 9 hrs and 56 mins
In a cavern called The House of Thunder, Susan Thornton watched in terror as her lover died a brutal death in a college hazing. And in the following four years, the four young men who participated in that grim fraternity rite likewise died violently. Or did they?
- By Tracey Hoover on 10-18-08
Slow to start
I am a true lover of Dean Koontz but this book wasn't quite as good as other books by him that I have read.
I will say it kept me interested and could not wait to see how it turned out. There was also some frustration for me between the characters. The lady reader was excellent the guy was a little flat and I had a hard time telling the difference between his characters. Overall I would say the book is worth reading but don't expect this book to be on the level of Koontz's previous novels.