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Evie hangs her head in sorrow for just a moment when she knows she is truly alone. She feels like she's going to her execution, just as he had said. Then she moves forward again. She hops a fence of fieldstone and crosses a field dotted with Queen Anne's lace. Goose bumps rise on her arms as she passes the cluster of windmills that she's seen in a dream. The scent is sweet in the field though, not the scent of heat, like it had been when it was forced upon her in visions.

She gazes down the hill, beyond the small, whitewashed house that she knew would be there. The church looms dark and grim with its rough-hewn, timber facade, capped by tall, oblong spires reaching to the sky. Black, ominous clouds have collected above the roofline, as if Heaven is showing her the way.

©2012 Amy A. Bartol (P)2013 Tantor

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  • Cori
  • 23-09-13

Addicted! Love this Series!!

I previously read the premonition series before purchasing the audio book. I love the audio version just as much. Being an Audio book fan there are a few books that I have purchased multiple times. I began this series with a discounted Kindle price. I quickly bought them to display on my book shelf and lend to friends. Once I realized they were finally on Audible I gobbled em right up! If you enjoy Urban Fantasy this book is for you. If you enjoy an author that can make you laugh, this book is for you. If you enjoy super hot guys that steal your heart and soul, this book is definitely for you. Start with book one and you will be here in no time looking for book 3 and 4! Emily Woo Zeller has found the voice of Evie. Im not listening to a book anymore, Im in the story experiencing it first hand. Zeller does a great job with an amazing story written by a Rock Star author!

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  • donna
  • 06-05-15

Great paranormal YA

I continue to really enjoy this series. I'm not sure I liked this one as well as the first two but it was still great. I love LISTENING to it because the narrator does the Irish dialect so well. I'm not sure I would like to actually READ that dialect. Every man that crosses her path falls in love with Evie --and it seems she loves them back!! Even though Reed remains her main squeeze, she manages to fit in others fairly well also. I look forward to seeing what the combined power of Evie and Russell evolves into and how she resolves the love her human half has for him. I am glad she bonded with Reed. I am rooting for him over all the others. I am sure we haven't seen the last of Brennus . ( please forgive any misspelling of names -- since I listen rather than read.).

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  • TG
  • 17-06-14

Grow up Evie

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Yes the storyline was really boring and Evie really got on my nerves. Goodness you can't save and love everyone. She keeps making the same mistakes over and over again: making a bad situation worse. For someone who played sport she is not a very good team player. For heaven sakes girl you are a new Angel who barley knows anything listen to the experience Angels and learn a thing or two and then fight fight fight. Reed was also a little overbearing still being over protective and keep Evie in the dark. He's been around long enough to know better. Loved everyone else which is why my rating was not lower.

What about Emily Woo Zeller’s performance did you like?

Emily Woo Zeller was great as always.

Any additional comments?

I really enjoyed the first book and got through the second book just fine, but this I really didn't like thank goodness for Zeller performance because I would have stop listening if it was someone else reading.

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  • Falon
  • 31-08-13

Delicious torture continues...

Awww when is the next book coming out? Ms. Evie appears to be a divine catnip for all sorts of paranormal creatures. She is just so appealing that pretty everyone is trying to kidnap her pretty much site on seen. So with Evie being so alluring it really broadens the love triangle into more of a Bermuda pentagon of love triangles. With a war breaking out between the divine and the fallen it appears Evie just might be the perfect weapon. Of course the book ends abruptly and I am dying for the next one. This series is like catnip for me and I need another fix!

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  • LithiumStars
  • 24-05-18

Story is Interesting

I enjoy the story it is very interesting, and the narrator is wonderful, but with that being said there are a couple of other issues I wasn't fond of. The main character that has so many men falling in love with her, is as interesting as a wet paper bag. Whenever she speaks and generally whatever she says sounds like that of young teenager of 13, not a grown women. Evie keeps me rolling my eyes, or cringing, I just don't understand her appeal. I just recently found out these novels are for young adult, or new adult so I gather the Author is writing for a younger age group in mind.

The Narrator Emily Woo Zeller, really makes this story come alive. She has a beautiful Irish Brogue for one character, and separates each of the other characters fantastically. There is no confusion, I know some listeners do not hearing her swallow, or smack at times, but honestly it does not bother me. In order to narrate like she does I bet a bit of swallowing or smacking is needed (its soft anyways). She brings a wonderful and exciting talent to the story that otherwise would be lost with another narrator.

Don't get me wrong the series is good, and this story out of the series is very interesting!

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  • Samantha Sophia
  • 07-02-18

Cringe Worthy

I’m not a fan of angel lore, but the mix of interesting fairytale and mythology in this book is it’s singular nearly saving grace. But I started the series and I’m forcing myself to finish. This book is a solid one star because:
- The main female protagonist, who is arguably more powerful than 99% of the strongest friends and foes, is constantly the victim. Her youth and beauty is uncomfortably fetishized. She is constantly sexually victimized and her consent is almost never required. The thing that is consistently keeping her alive is that she is a Helen of Troy archetype to a mostly heterosexual male cast of abusive, possessive, manipulate, megalomaniac males.
- Women in general are diminished and stereotyped in this book. The only other main female narratives in the series: two angels that are blonde, high pitched and mostly naked are so damn hyper-sexual and share nearly identical personalities and looks. They are almost what I imagine soft core porn characterizations would be by that one creepy guy in your office that all the women knew to avoid before the #metoo movement happened and he was finally fired.
-The use of slang and youth culture vernacular is like hearing your white grandpa trying to be “down” because your friends are over. Imma need the writer to start listening to pop and hip hop mixes on Spotify and start following youth culture focused folks on social media if she is going to center every book on semi-real 18 year old girls.
- The shear lack of character diversity is embarrassing male character is some iteration of a militarized Eurocentric male model. The only barely dynamo female character is the main protagonist, you know you’re weak female lead when you can’t have any other competition and nearly every male has to be irrationally focused on you.

The book is weak AF. I hope modern teens are scoping up this garbage and internalizing any of this on a subconscious level. But beyond not being woke, its poorly executed on multiple literary levels.

The narrator did a solid job though, no complaints on that front.

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  • Tracy Gonzalez
  • 09-10-16

AMAZING!!!

I absolutely love this book. I think it's my fave because of Brennus😍 My favorite character! This narrator is awesome.

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  • Rachel B
  • 30-09-15

obsessed

Love this series. Story line is developed well. Actress who reads has a great voice and really portrays all characters well.

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  • Amanda
  • 16-09-15

Lip smacking

I love the actress but through out half the book you can hear her smacking her lips....she does great with voices but I couldn't stand the sound

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  • Rebecca Bottorff
  • 28-08-15

Great sequel!

Bartols characters continue to develop even richer than before. Evie is a bit whiney and babied a little much by Reid but outside of that relationship the story is full of complex emotions, complicated relationships and imaginative themes. Love Brennis character development and "the family" part of the adventure. It's nearly a believable world it's so well done.

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