Prepare to be taken away by Wanderlust, the second book of the Edgewood series by best-selling author Karen McQuestion.
Mallory, Russ, Jameson, and Nadia are just trying to blend in as normal teens while secretly learning to use their newfound superpowers. Everything changes when they're invited to travel to Peru under the supervision and protection of the Praetorian Guard, an organization claiming to have their best interests at heart. Seeing the trip as a challenge, the teens agree to go and help search for David Hofstetter, a man from their hometown who's been presumed dead for 16 years.
Meanwhile the threat of the rival organization, the Associates, is always present. When knowing who to trust becomes more difficult, the four discover they can count only on each other. And when Nadia and Russ are thrown together in a fight for their lives, they realize their relationship might be headed for more than just friendship.
©2013 Karen McQuestion (P)2015 Karen McQuestion
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"Engaging story, some questionable editing"
The female narrator's voice and storytelling ability were enjoyable in many parts; I didn't mind listening to her for the whole book despite the many poorly edited segments.
I enjoy this series. Book 2's story is fast-paced, engaging, and is a great continuation to the first book. Looking forward to hearing the third.
"Need to fix audio editing."
There are quite a few times where to audio skips or changes volume. The story is good a and was worth it though.
"Decent story, but not the best female narrator."
I haven't finished listening, so i could be jumping the gun, but I've mainly heard the female narrator for the book, except for one chapter. Which wouldn't bother me, if she had done a better job. I understand they have to edit pieces together so they can take breaks from reading and such, but where they clipped it together was awful timing. And there seem to be a bit of feedback from the mic quite often. And the quality of the recording varies. And lastly, she doesn't really have a wide range of characters. Not the best, and I'm tempted not to finish the book. We'll just see if it gets any better.
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