The highly anticipated sequel to Seventh Mark... Marked by Destiny
Sometimes the past isn't what you expect it to be. Rouge has survived the last months of school and is starting a new chapter after graduation. She wants answers to the questions about her past and is still hiding secrets from those she loves. Her hope is to find what she needs in Niagara Falls so she can move forward in her relationship with Michael and have a chance to convince his family that she is worthy of him. The ancient Grollic - wolf - book reveals another of its secrets, again only to Rouge. She has been scared to study the book and continues to find excuses not to. Rouge desperately wants to find the truth about the past. Nothing could have prepared her for what she's about to learn. The Hidden Secrets Saga is a deliciously unique take on werewolves and the walking dead!
©forever W.J. May (P)2014 W.J. May
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"Book was just okay"
The book was over half way through before the story really started to continue on. And even then it wasn't all that great. The book was just okay
I liked this narrator better then the one used in the first two books of the series. However she did read a bit to fast. But I like her voice.
I love this series!! Author W.J. May has outdone herself again. She continues to write stories that keep you glued to your seat. I can't wait to start the next book now!
The narrator Elizabeth Meadows kept me immersed throughout this story. I thought she did a great job with her telling of this story. I was able to identify each character in this story. Overall, a perfect 5 star rating!!
"Marked by Destiny"
Good read ( listen) However the narrater is to soft spoken for such a story.
"Narrator kills the listening immersion"
Chloe Golden (the narrartor who did part 1 and part 2). I perfer when book series keep the same narrator through out.
The biggest turn off from the audio book was the narrator's habit of pausing in the middle of a sentence as if there were a period there, very Shatner-esque. It made the delivery very choppy and difficult to follow. Also, the lack of vocal difference between characters (no change in her vocal patterns at all) sometimes made the dialouge hard to follow.
"Wow the narration took effort to listen to"
Great book...but the narrator took away from the story. I had to rewind a bunch just to see who said what do to run on sentences and the narrator putting emphasis on the wrong words. Better to read the book yourself in my opinion but if you are lazy like me then, you you'll adjust to the reading eventually.
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