Come Find Me Two Years Ago...
Six words that propel ice-hockey-playing tomboy Arizona into an alternate dimension.
She suddenly finds herself living the life of a glamorous cheerleader. She finds herself transported from her happy life with her dad to living with the mother she hates. Everyone knows her as Arizona Darley, but she isn't. She is Arizona Stevens.
As she struggles to find answers she is certain of two things - that her mother is somehow responsible, and that she wants to go back home to her real life. That's until she meets Kellan...
Portal is the first book of the Portal Chronicles.
©2010 Imogen Rose (P)2013 Imogen Rose
I have the series on kindle and was looking forward to listening to it but I wasn't impressed by the music in fact it spoiled it for me and you could have found a better narrator, it is only my opinion, I do like the story
Yes, I loved the narration and the story line.
The story line.
When Arizona discovers that she is a blonde.
It made me laugh in numerous scenes.
Great book and wonderful narration. I can't wait for the next in the series.
"LOVE THIS BOOK!!!"
I have read this book series over and over again! I absolutely love this story! When I got the opportunity to listen to the audio version of it I was super stoked! The performance was amazing, and brought out a whole other feeling to the story for me. I can't wait until the other books are on here so I can listen to those as well!
i loved this book when i read it. ...having it come alive in an audio book is amazing. the world's imogen rose has built this story around are wonderful. it keeps you guessing
"Interesting start, then what a mess...."
It started off as a promising idea, the first few chapters, even the original song, I really like the dreamy quality of it. Then, it just falls apart, I felt like just when the main character would try to tackle something important, she'd just get distrated by the most mundane situations - choosing clothes, walking the dog, etc. The dialogues are terrible, I can't imagine a teenager, particularly the guys, talking like that. The ending and parts of the story are just too confusing to follow. It feels like such a waste of a good concept.
"Loved the books. Needs a new narrator."
The narrator made this a tough read. Love the books but the narrator's inflections and accents are pretty terrible, the worse being the valley girl accent. I love this series but cannot go on if they don't change to a more seasoned narrator.
"Painful to listen to."
A different narrator and a little more to the story. It felt all over the place and too much attention was given to the littlest detail.
Maybe but I'd have to know that it was better than this.
I liked the narrator who did the little girl but the main narrator was awful. I hate giving bad reviews and rarely do but honestly, it was painful to listen to her. She made all the teens sound like they were from the movie Clueless!!! It was unrealistic.
No, not really.
Portal is a very good book. However, it was difficult for me to listen to the woman reading it. I just didn't care for her voice. That did not take away from the book itself tho and I did enjoy the book.
"Narrator made this book almost unbearable"
The book was interesting enough, if confusing at times, but the narrator ruined it.
"A story of love and time and science"
What a fantastic audio book, I loved this story when I read it on ebook and to finally be able to have the story read to me on audio took this book to a whole new level.
The accents in this book were refreshing and it was so well spoken I could understand the story well.
If you haven't read Portal its a must time travel is something we have all thought about and to have it all twisted in to this story of love and those famous words
Come Find Me Two Years Ago and those words took my breath away and I was taken by this book and series and I was never putting down until I had read every book.
Imogen is a wonderful Author with an amazing mind and has done a fantastic job with the Portal Audible.
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"Really struggled with the narrator."
First, I have to say I love Imogen Rose's books! I love that you don't need to follow all the books or series to get them, but if you do it's fun to recognize characters from one series when they show up in another.
That being said, though I enjoyed the story, I had a tough time getting through this audiobook. I actually got lost and had to go back and start again several times because the narrator was so distracting.
This narrator was very good with accents, but the over excited inflections throughout the book were incredibly distracting and made things harder to follow.
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