There are two things Charlie Bennett despises: bullies and vampires. Which in her experience, are really the same thing. After the battle with the Quorum, she's left with no other option. The vampires' rule must end. But when more shocking secrets are uncovered Charlie wonders if she'll be alive long enough to follow through with her plan.
Recommended age 17+ for language.
©2016 Leia Stone and Jaymin Eve (P)2016 Leia Stone and Jaymin Eve
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Love the narrator!!! the story line as always is fantastic! funny and full of action! narrator is one of my favs! her voice is perfect for the main character!
"Plot needs a bit of padding."
I found the first book in this series to be somewhat engaging, the second tonne somewhat easy to tune out from and this third book almost tiresome. I dare say that if the authors had gone to a little more effort, made the novel a little longer, they could have made the plot a lot more interesting. Knowing how short the book is kind of gives away the fact that nothing disastrous is going to get in the way of their plan.
I like Dara Rosenberg's narrative style. She articulates well and can keep all her characters distinctly separate, although she can't do accents to save herself.
"I tried, I really tried"
I have to admit that I bought the book by mistake. I actually enjoyed the first one, and the second, I found myself more than ever having a hard time getting past the ridiculous dialogue while the main characters made horrible decisions. When a notice on good reads popped up that there was another book in a series I was reading had a new book, I mistakenly thought this was a different series. I have now made it though the first few chapters and realize that it is even worse than the last. I understand the author is trying to make the characters act like young adults, but I have several young adults that I know and none talk like the characters in this book.
The actual plot is unique and there was so much potential. I just wish the characters weren't dumb.
The dialogue is written as if "grandma" is trying too hard to be cool - and missing by a mile! So dated, so juvenile - maybe pre-teens still speak like this (doubt it), but certainly no person in their 20's & 30's does (unless they are brain damaged). Just aweful....
"Cliff-hanging and action packed!"
This trilogy was very well developed. It kept my attention and me interested for hours of listening fun. Recommend it highly.
this series started out alright but slowly went down from there. this final book was worthess.
"Less than par"
Annihalate wrapped up the trilogy. Dotted it's I's and crossed it's T's. Action packed.
Expected. That's it.
My favorite scene for this one was probably with the alley scene.
The alley scene.
Really underwhelming. I feel like the author said, 'Well I need to finish the trilogy so here ya go...' Poorly laid out story. Main character is all over the place. Plot lines seem to come out of thin air at times. Missing something more fulfilling.
"WOW WHAT TO SAY....."
WOW WHAT TO SAY hmmmm well the story was AMAZING!! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE AUDIO BOOKS however there have been a couple that I wonder if it would have been better to read them! This is possibly 1 of them!! It took me awhile in the first book to get use to this narrator but I got use to her! The 2nd installment was ok, then this 1 came along & the narrator was struggling to get names OF CHARACTERS THAT HAVE BEEN VERY IMPORTANT IN EVERY BOOK RIGHT! Idk I hate leaving not the best reviews but this 1 was hard for me!!
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