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Kiera Hudson Complete Series One

All Six Novels in One Limited Edition Volume (Volume 1)
Narrated by: Keely Beresford
Length: 40 hrs and 33 mins
4 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)
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Summary

The best-selling Kiera Hudson Series One. All six novels in one bundle.  

Vampire Shift (audiobook one): When 20-year-old police recruit Kiera Hudson is posted to the remote town of The Ragged Cove, her life is changed forever. Investigating a series of horrific murders, grave desecrations, and missing persons, Kiera uses her unique ability of seeing and soon realizes her own life is in danger. When Kiera falls for police officer Luke Bishop, not only are her mind and heart opened to a terrifyingly new world, she comes to suspect Luke might be involved in the killings.   

Vampire Wake (audiobook two): Since escaping from The Ragged Cove and finding herself suspended from the force, Kiera Hudson is hired by the mysterious Lady Hunt to protect her 16-year-old daughter from a stranger she believes is lurking on the moors. But little does Kiera know that it is she who will need protecting.  

Vampire Hunt (audiobook three): In search of Kayla and on the run, Kiera and her friends make a race against time across the Cumbria Mountains. With vampires predicting their every move, the trust among Kiera and her friends starts to waver.   

Vampire Breed (audiobook four): Kiera awakens to find herself imprisoned. Experiencing horrific nightmares and visions, she slowly realizes she has been subjected to a series of sinister tests and operations.  

Wolf House (audiobook five): As Potter leaves Kiera and his friends to go in search of Luke, he makes a lonely journey across the snowcapped mountains of Cumbria. Haunted by the death of Murphy, the capture of Luke, and the love he feels for Kiera, Potter reflects on his past life and the disturbing events that took place at the Wolf House.  

Vampire Hollows (audiobook six): With nowhere else to run but The Hollows, Kiera Hudson finds herself in a world like no other. Entrusted with a secret, she has to make her way to the mysterious lighthouse set hundreds of miles beneath the Earth. As she makes her journey, Kiera's companions are being murdered one by one.

©2011 Tim O'Rourke (P)2018 Tim O'Rourke

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  • Eva
  • Cheshire, United Kingdom
  • 23-01-19

It is kind of ok, in a hindsight

I will just put this into two groups.
The PLUS side
-The whole series one in one go - means only 1 credit
- The idea is very good
- Some of the characters are fun
The MINUS
- The narration is simply awful (Please Ms. Beresford, whispering and whisper shouting is not your strong point. Also, do speed it up a little, it is painful at normal speed). I wonder if I became opposed to main character thanks to it or not, didn´t help though. Oh, also, Vampyrus is Latin name of flying fox- maybe pronounce it more as in Latin, because pronouncing it as here makes it sound as something else and a bit ridiculous. It is not papyrus- we are used to it being pronounced in anglicised way as it does not have English name.
- Main character is an idiot, she can figure what underwear you wear from your spit but misses so many obvious clues, it is hard not to call her names throughout the book, books, all the time really- I hate her
- The character of Luke is completely vapid- yay to me, I never called anybody vapid in my life, but it is so fitting.


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  • Michael
  • Ub56qh northolt Middlesex
  • 10-01-19

SLASHING OPPS SOZ PEEPS SMASHING

if you are not prepared to give this series at least 4 may I suggest you check your pulse Go on give this a listen thanks

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 26-08-18

Annoying narrator

I had to stop listening 1/4 of the way through because the narrator’s voice was just so annoying. Her over-the-top “old lady” voice made me cringe. Who sounds like that? Ever? It was like an episode of Scooby-Doo! The sound effects, like the echo when she’s calling out to the hooded guy following her, sounded so RIDICULOUS! It really took away from what seemed like a good story. I’ll be putting away my headphones, requesting my credit back and picking up my Kindle instead!!

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  • SuiteButterfly
  • 29-10-18

Storyline is good but recoding has issues

Storyline is very unique and the characters are very believable. The narrator is fair bu repeats frequently enough to be slightly annoying.

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  • Eric Bryant
  • 29-09-18

The editing is terrible

I like the story a different take on vampires. But mostly in the 4th book the editing is terrible. In some spots the narrator would repeat herself for 30 seconds at a time.

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  • ROBERTA S.
  • 25-09-18

Tedious

The story is OK, but not much else is. Narrating is not good, sound effects are distracting and all the character sound the same. Audio is off a lot throughout the whole book. I had to skip ahead many times and didn't feel I missed much.

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