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Jackal

Length: 6 hrs and 27 mins
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Jackal Emerson has never taken himself seriously. Dubbed the “orgy king”, he’s renowned for his reputation as the wild End Man. But with the uprising on the horizon and his best friend missing, Jackal is having a hard time living the same carefree existence.

And then he meets a thief and everything changes.

Phoenix Moyo, principal dancer of a notorious ballet company, lives a life of rigidity. When her world collides with Jackal’s, their chemistry is evident to everyone except her. Forced to work with him to steal the most precious commodity of the Regions, she realizes too late that there is no escaping Jackal’s charisma. 

When unimaginable crimes come to light, the Regions begin to crumble. No one is safe. Families divide and secrets are exposed, danger running rampant on every side. For some, sacrifice costs everything.

©2018 Fisher & Aster (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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EXCELLENT narration! The best performances I've heard. Can't wait for the rest of the series. Bring on Casper!!

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The Jackal and the Phoenix

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Jackal didn’t immediately begin where Folsom ended. Jackal began with the Blue Region partying with an End Man. Blue region was having a different set of circumstances than that of the Red Region. The Blue Region continued to party with their End Man unknowingly while Folsom’s life was unraveling.

Jackal’s character was quite the opposite of Folsom’s. Jackal’s obligation as an End Man was met with a different perspective than Folsom’s. I appreciated the different approach, yet my heart wanted more of Folsom’s story. This interruption from Jackal had me questioning if Tarryn and Willow planned to write a book for each End Man. I felt like Folsom’s story was left unfinished.

Narrators:
Alexander Candese narrated Folsom’s character once again.
Lee Samuels performed Jackal’s voice. This was a better performance than Folsom’s narrated performance.
Summer Roberts narrated Phoenix’s voice. Her performance was tone perfect. She didn’t just read the words she brought Phoenix’s character to life.
I enjoyed Lee and Summer’s performance. They enhanced my listening experience. This was a revisit to a book I read upon release. I always hope that my audiobook purchase will enhance my experience and they aimed to please.

Story:
A ballerina and the orgie king are an unlikely match, yet Jackal refers to Phoenix as a challenge and Phoenix refers to Jackal as a player. They each have an agenda. Meeting by coincidental circumstance while romance is considered dead.
This was about characters taken back what belong to them by starting a revolution.

Overall:
Jackal’s are hunters by nature. A fitting name for a lady charmer. I grew impatient with Jackal and his blasé attitude towards the Revolution. It took me a long time to come to terms that this book was going to show a different perspective about an End Man experience. Once I wrapped my head around the fact that Folsom’s story was going to have to wait I finally started to appreciate the story. This book gave me chills several times when information was being presented. At times I was laughing out loud.

I have one concern that has been plaguing me the entire time reading about Sean’s character. Since it seems that Sean is a man and not an End Man how was he able to be a Governor when no other men lived in the Regions except for the End Man?

That ending sucked with another cliffhanger wondering once again what will become of Folsom and Gwen. I’m hoping the third book will devote more time to Folsom and Gwen’s story.