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Deception

Courier's Daughter, Book 2
Narrated by: Renée Chambliss
Series: Courier's Daughter, Book 2
Length: 13 hrs and 5 mins
4 out of 5 stars (94 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

With their city-state ravaged, their lives threatened by rival armies, and a band of survivors looking to them for leadership, Rachel and Logan must work to forge a new future for them all. Abandoning the ruins of their home to take their chances in the Wasteland, the group soon realizes their problems have only begun: an unknown killer - possibly inside their ranks - has begun picking off the survivors one by one. And Rachel and Logan must question whether the price of freedom may be too great - and whether they can make it out of the Wasteland alive.

©2013 C. J. Redwine (P)2015 Tantor

Critic Reviews

"[T]he passion building between the two protagonists is palpable." ( Booklist)

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Amazing story

I love this book but I don’t like who reads it. There is little to no difference in pics change so it’s hard to follow I had to rewind A LOT!

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amazing

I thought the first one was amazing but this one is better. I love it

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good story line

I like the story line.....I do not however like the narration. it's too slow. I had to stop listening

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Too much chatter

I love a good story but this author just seems to like hearing herself speak? Or maybe she is trying to cram more words into a weak plot? Either way, I gave her one try, and then two. That's more than I could barely take.

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Voices too similar.

I liked the book and the narration overall, but I felt there wasn't enough difference between the voices of Logan and Rachel and found myself confused as to who was speaking several times.

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THE NARRATOR IS TERRIBLE

Would you try another book from C. J. Redwine and/or Renée Chambliss?

I would try another book from CJ but I would not listen to another book by Renee Chambliss.
If I read/listen to the last book, I think I will read it, I just can't listen to Renee.

What did you like best about this story?

It's a good read, but I thought book 1 was better.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

There are several spots where she is too monotone. As a female reading mostly male parts, she just has too much of a feminine, soft voice. Her voice doesn't even match what I envision Rachel to be. Her voice is terrible for the masculine voices.

Any additional comments?

I really don't like books that are written in 1st person present. I know there are a lot of authors that do this - I think it is a very distracting read.