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Iniquity Audiobook

Iniquity: Premonition, Book 5

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I gasp as my body curls toward Brennus like a flower to the sun, for the pleasure of it. He holds me close to him. His nose grazes the length of my neck. He breathes me in. I feel the roar and rush of my heartbeat. I'm his toy; his energy streams into me. He winds the invisible key in my back, and the euphoria ratchets and coils inside of me.

Another wicked surge of energy flows from him into me. Pain. Pleasure. Bliss. My jaw unclenches as my lips part. I make a small, breathy sound as we dance. Brennus responds with something close to a growl. "Ye're killing me, mo chroí," he murmurs. His hand moves down my back, infusing me with a golden glow of power. My wings punch violently from me, tearing a hole in my day dress. They spread wide, like a red stain beyond my pale skin. I'm dancing now for the thrill of it. I follow his lead.

©2015 Amy A. Bartol (P)2016 Tantor

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  • Sarah
    26/03/16
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    "Favorite series ever"

    I have really loved reading all of the books in this series. I'm sad that this is the last book in the series, but it was just as good as the rest. For me, there was enough closure here to make me satisfied with the ending, but there is still enough of an opening if she wanted to write another book. If not, it leaves you with something to wonder about on your own, but not to the point where you feel like you don't have answers. Looking forward to whatever the author writes next! I haven't been able to find another series quite like this one.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
  • Elizabeth
    24/03/16
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    "Great book"

    I loved this book. I thought the voices were good and did not notice a difference that many people complained about. I'm curious to see if there will be another book after this one.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
  • Amazon Customer
    17/03/16
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    "the naration for the last book was horrible "

    it was the same person but for some reason it was like the person reading forgot the last 3 books. the guys where just yelling the whole time it really ruined it for me Reed always had a cool calm tone even in bad aiuarions and zepher was tactical and sharp never yelling it just changed it to much already that involved with the characters and then then just changing them that much
    ...almost could not finish it

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
  • Melanie
    25/03/16
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    "Awesome!!!"

    Absolutely Awesome!!! I loved it! Although it's supposed to be the last book in the series, it didn't seem that way at the end. It was still great and worth the wait!

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Tracy Gonzalez
    24/10/16
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    "So sad this series has come to an end."

    If I could give this series unlimited stars I would!! My favorite series and characters. I hope someday Amy will write a spinoff! Iniquity tears your heart out and then mends it back together. Amazing job by Emily Woo Zeler as the narrator !!

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • wanica Lell
    25/08/16
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    "great story"

    loved it!!! The narrator was great I hope there's another book, If not it still ended good

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • CJ
    05/08/16
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    "I want my money back!!!"
    Which character – as performed by Emily Woo Zeller – was your favorite?

    The narrator did a great job. She was not the reason the book was a DNF for me.


    Any additional comments?

    I have waited so long for this book since I LOVED the previous 4 books. I loved this series!!! What a disappointed. I did not even finish this one. Sub-plot after sub-plot. This is a love square or maybe even a...what do you call when you may have 4 guys in love with the same girl??? DUMB!!! I want my money back for the audible.

    2 of 4 people found this review helpful
  • cazual fan
    Tacoma, WA
    03/04/16
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    "great story but this one felt like action movie"

    This is one of my favorite "angel" stories of all time, I have listened to the first 4 audios at least 4 times. So I could never not like final book in TPS. First, I must say author did explained everything and satisfied my curiosity about why and how Evie became half angel Evie. But..this book read more like an action movie than previous 4. Everything was happening so fast that we really didn't get those periods in between action where Evie just had sweet, sensual or snarky dialogue with Reed, Brennus, Russel, Z. Pretty much there was no interesting, character building downtime like Evie at Crestwood, in UP with Russell, in China with Reed, in Castle with the Fellas, on Zee's Island with the gang. It was more..you know the characters.. now everything to get to the end has to happen, bam, bam bam. The result was a lot of constant anger through first half of book and constant explanation though second half. Since I really do know these characters it was fine although I think author could have made this into 2 books and added those calmer character interaction moments, maybe her soul and X, Reed first noticing Simone or some interaction with Evie and Tau. Don't shoot me but I would gladly take two books if author added those interactions she does so well. The end was satisfying enough but then open enough I so hope Bartol revisits with the different adventures she clearly set up for the gang down the road.

    The narration itself was a bit strange since the prior books made her my favorite narrator, she had different, perfect voices for all characters. Inequity felt like she forgot how to do certain characters like Reed, Z, Brownie, Fynn. Zee was missing his nasally voice which I actually liked and Brown sounded just like Buns w/o some "sweeties" when she was previously very breathy voiced. Brennus sounded a bit like Ian, less like smooth King Brennus. Towards the end I thought narrator got closer to the previous reading but was almost like narrator hadn't listen to prior books to prepare for this one. Still better than many narrators imo.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Ashley
    Rome, GA, United States
    02/04/16
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    "Great Book till the Ending!"
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    Yes and no. I love the characters, love the story line, love the narrator. I was happy with the ending till the last few mints of the audio book. Why say it is the final book and then leave the ending open? Why not just write more chapters and give the readers the conclusion they deserve and have been waiting for? Very disappointing.


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    I honestly love all of the characters but I must say my favorite character has to be Reed. The loyalty he shows to his friends and to Evie throughout the whole series was unwavering. Hard to find that quality these days!


    Have you listened to any of Emily Woo Zeller’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    I have not. I enjoyed her a lot though. Its amazing how she can do all the different voices. Really draws you in. I noticed a few differences in this last book with the characters voices but not enough to distract me from the story..


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

    I think it would be better as a TV series.


    Any additional comments?

    This is the second book series from this author that I have listened to(the Kricket Series, and The Premonition Series). I must say both series left me disappointed in the endings. When an author says it will be the last book in the series I expect it to be the last book and all the ends tied up for the reader. Both left me with questions and wanting more. I am not sure I will be reading this author again if this is how she ends all of her books.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Riley B.
    Olathe, KS USA
    28/03/16
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    "Narration distracting at first, but story worth it"

    To confirm the other reviewers comments, the narrators change of the character's voices is INCREDIBLY distracting at first. Reed and Z sound angry. Russell and Brennus are close to the original tenor of the voices, but still a bit off. And the first chapter totally threw me. The voices were all aggressive and loud and the situation was very "oh dear God, not this again" in Evie's confusion over her feelings for Brennus, blah, blah, blah. I very nearly stopped listening and returned the book. But as I am not one to leave something partially finished, I soldiered on. Glad I did.

    You get used to the new voices and the story gets very interesting. A lot of questions are answered. The action is good. Some issues are resolved (but not all). I don't know if this is supposed to be the final installment of the Premonition series, but I think the end left it open to more. But it is resolved enough to move on, should the author decide not to write any additional books.

    Another reviewer mentioned the writing was too descriptive in some parts and felt like filler. I noticed that too. It would be like "I walked to the door. I touched the cold doorknob. I turned the doorknob. I pushed the door open. It creaked. I stepped inside. It was dark. I let go of the doorknob. I put my hand on the other side of the door. I slowly pushed it closed. The lock clicked. I moved my hand from the door." To the point where many times I was like "Yeah, she went in the room. WTH?" It was a bit distracting and seemed different from the author's standard writing style. (That was a fictitious example, btw.)

    But all in all... if you listened to the other four, go ahead and listen to this one too. Just brace yourself for a rocky first couple chapters.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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