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I can’t save myself from the cloister, and maybe I never could. The prophet grows more dangerous by the day. His delusions are steeped in blood, and if I’m not careful, that blood will be my own. Despite the growing risk, I still continue the search for the truth, no matter if the thorny path eventually twists back to Adam, guilt in his dark eyes. I’ve seen glimpses of his soul, and I know there is more to him than the monster, but it’s so hard to reach him.

I knew when I came here I’d have to fight, I just didn’t realize the war would be waged on so many fronts.  

Author's note: If you have a trigger, this audiobook will pull it. If you haven't listened to audiobook one, The Maiden, then you should do that first. The Prophet is the second audiobook in the Cloister series, and the conclusion to the series, The Church, is available now.

©2018 Celia Aaron (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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DARK, GRIPPING & A BLOODBATH OF FEELS

Wow.. wow.. wow.. and once more I say wow.. this, and book 3, was tense edge-of-your-seat storytelling as the nail-biting very dark suspenseful dramatic scenes didn’t ease up until the very end.. think The Handmaid’s Tale but much much muuuuuuch darker.. and even more depraved and twisted. Because Delilah’s quest to find her sister’s murderer, her brainwashing, her sexual training in submission and her verbal and physical abuse continues at The Ministries. The religious cult is spearheaded by a charlatan Prophet whose greed and psychotic beliefs has him imposing his own perverted version of God’s word.. while also worshiping and giving human sacrifices to the Father of Flames to further greatness for his corrupt evil empire.

However, despite the many harrowing ordeals Delilah and Adam suffer through, their undying love for each other continues to be unbreakable, all consuming and beautiful. But, there were times in this epic rollercoaster ride, when I doubted a happy ending.. then I prayed on everything holy that Celia Aaron WOULD give this couple deliverance from evil, WOULD slay all the sycophants and bad guys and that their liberation from Hell WOULD be the happy ending I was so rooting for.. and WOW did she deliver.

Worth a credit? This whole trilogy was epic, unique and multi-layered storytelling at its best. The suspenseful journey was dark, intense and depraved. The passion-filled highs were mere stolen moments of happy.. and the lows were filled with spine-chilling scenes of badness. The dual and sometimes triple POV chapters were faultless as each narrator perfectly portrayed their character’s ride in Hell which was chilling, emotionally gripping and filled with bloody potholes. Nevertheless it’s a big fat bursting at the seams YES from me as to creditworthy.. each and every book is absolutely unforgettable.

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PERFECTION!

Oh man, WOW is all I can say! Book 2 is non stop! the narration is PERFECTION! I am loving this trilogy so so much!

Delilah and Adam are two broken souls trying to stay true to themselves with an impossible road ahead, this book is 5 hours 56 minutes of every emotion one can feel in that amount of time! I could not stop, I had to know what was going to happen next and I needed answers! I love it, I need more!!!

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as good as the first boom

this book was as good if not better than the first one. I cant wait to get started on the third and final book.

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Phenomenal story with perfect narration! A must listen!!

Phenomenal listen that gets better with each book. Expect the unexpected!!! So dark.. so twisted... You root for the good and hate the evil. Riveting, you’ll devour and race to get book 3. Narration is perfection!! I highly recommend this audiobook!

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5 stars!

Adam and Delilah return right where we left off, which means no niceties or getting to know you’s. Just full swing, intense, edge of your seat, plug shoved in your butt, mystery & insanity.

And this was just the starting point. By the end, My heart was racing and my eyes were flying so fast that I had to keep stopping and going back to reread because I would miss entire lines just trying to read faster and faster. I had to get the information in my brain as quick as possible.

Then the cliffy hit and I turned the page and shouted “NO!” And flipped back and turned it again, shouting once again, “no!” Cursing The Father of Fire! Damn you! I knew it was coming but still. Noooooo!

Until The Church, Celia, where you will trick me no more!!

Muffy and Teddy were the BEST choice for this book, bringing these characters to life making the audio even better than when I read the book.

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This one was definitely better:)

The last 30mins was great and emotional. I really felt for Emily aka Dahlia. The narration was great as expected with book 1 but thankfully the story got a whole lot better. Hopefully it will only get better when I get to book 3 the final title of the series.
This is definitely worth a credit:)