Held once each generation and attended by the greatest mages in the world, the Auction offered a prize of incredible power to the winner. But, what happened to those bidders whose offers didn't meet the final price?
Valerie Lancaster had no desire to attend the Auction. But when her father was murdered for his invitation, she knew she had to go to find his killer - and keep from being slain herself.
It's the Devil's Auction. Accompanied by her father's friend, Alex Warner, Valerie found herself confronted by werewolves, golems, and the most powerful sorcerers in the world. But none of them prepared her for the final, shocking secret of the Devil's Auction.
The story was fine. The narrator did a good job. If you want a quick listen to a decent book then listen to this.
Would you try another book from Robert Weinberg and/or Nick Santa Maria?
I probably would not try another Robert Weinberg.
Would you ever listen to anything by Robert Weinberg again?
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
The narration was good.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
It was predictable. I fast forward a few times. In the last five minutes the story was summed up, corny.
Any additional comments?
In the first chapter I was thinking get on with it. I may wait awhile and try it again, if the narration isn't annoying I like to give the author a second chance.