Everyone has a soul. Some are just worth more than others. Farley Hope has no idea who she really is. Not until she meets Daniel, anyway. He has answers to the painful questions that plague her life, and once she learns the truth, there is no going back. She is thrust into a world of darkness, where she must learn to fight to survive; where your soul is your only true currency; where the promise of love is marred by the promise of death.
Farley Hope is prophesied. Her coming has been awaited for hundreds of years. She is destined to end the tyranny of the Soul Reavers forever. To do so she must die.
Where does Sovereign Hope rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It's a very good audiobook and with a few negative items remedied could be excellent.
What aspect of Ashlyn Selich’s performance might you have changed?
I liked they way this book was read but parts of the text were missed. I'm not sure if this was her error or done in editing but it made me give this performance a 3 instead of a 4 or 5. She made an attempt at different characters however there were a few parts from the male lead character that would of been better read by a male actor as it was confusing a couple of times as the reader didn't change tone so it wasn't until she was part way through did you realise that the POV had changed.
Any additional comments?
With the corrections to editing and a male actor for the male POV this would be 5*.