From the author of the Zombie Games and Night Roamers series.
Magic, murder, and mayhem... Eighteen-year-old Kendra learns that her mother has been keeping secrets, the biggest being that she and her twin sister, Kala, are descendants of a long line of witches. Unfortunately, where magic reigns, so does danger and she is forced into an adventure that leaves her racing against the clock to stop an evil curse.
©100 Kristen Middleton (P)2014 Kristen Middleton
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Good grief! If I were an author, I would most certainly check that the quality of narration was of first class standard so as not to bring down the quality of something I worked hard on and would never have passed this sad attempt.
I realize that this is my own opinion of what I have just struggled to listen to, but really! Surely I and other paying listeners are entitled to something of a better quality.
The story is aimed at teenagers and as a book, to be read, it has potential, but I most certainly would not recommend the audiobook version.
This short story is a wonderful story although it is short with a cliffhanger. Author Kristen Middleton has written a fantastic story. I loved the storyline and the characters very much. The story is fast paced and even fun at times. Kendra and Kala are twin sisters but are very much different in many ways. Kendra struggles alot, feeling like she doesn't belong, she thinks she's not pretty, and she believes she has issues with her weight. But, when Kendra meets Tyler, the new boy at school he shows her attention and he seems to genuinely like her. Her twin Kala seems to have it all, friends, she's pretty, and everyone likes her. The more time Kendra and Tyler spend together the more she earns about herself. Kendra grows in this story from what seems like a young girl to a more stronger, confident young lady. During the time that Tyler spends with Kendra he let's her in on a secret that turns her life upside down. Kendra and Kala are both witches and not only are they witches but their mom is a witch also. What they didn't know is their mom is a witch to, and not only is she a witch but she has a twin sister as well and their mom has a curse that's been placed on her. It's up to Kendra and Kala to break this curse. Their aunt Viviane practices black magic and believes if her twin sister were to die that she'll gain her power as well. The girl's mom has never practiced black magic, she only uses white magic, good magic and has never even used her magic around the girl's. Kristen has written an amazing story, I found it very etertaining, and funny at times. It's tense, especially the last half of the story. The story is filled with suspense, emotion, and intrigue.
Narrator, Elizabeth Meadows does a great job with her narration of this story. I thought she did a superb job with her performance. I felt her connection with the characters and it helped me bond with them. I found it easy to identify with all the characters from the different accents that Meadows gives them. This story is worth your time and you should get this audio now. You have nothing to lose but a great story to gain. I have no doubt that you'll love it as much as I have.
I loved the way the story was, and the narrator made it awesome as well.
all of them because they were awesome. I want more books from Kristen Middleton
She gives allot of expression, and she's really into the book!! i am going to get books from Elizabeth more often! Great job
loved loved love it
"Want more! Want more!"
Yes I would, there is a great plot, and I love the narrator.
I loved it from start to finish
Yes, I carried my ipod around with me all day until it was all done.,
I have listened to books from Elizabeth Meadows from a year ago, all the way up to today, and with each book she has gotten better. I read a blog from her once, and she only started narrating for some extra cash, and loved it so much she made a career out of it. Everyone is so hard on her, but she started with a headset and graduated by putting all the money she earned back into her career on equipment. Before bashing her, maybe do some more research. I like the underdogs, and Elizabeth Meadows is now my favorite narrator because of reading and understanding her background.
"Not a terrible story but a terrible narrator"
Kristen yes. The writing was not half bad and reminded me of some of the books I used to read when I was younger.
Elizabeth no. It was very stop and go and not smooth at all. Part of the issue is probably the uneven writing flow, but she also takes breaths and pauses in some very awkward places.
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