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Lunar Marked

Sky Brooks Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Jorjeana Marie
Length: 12 hrs and 28 mins
5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)
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Summary

The Midwest Pack used the Clostra to perform a powerful and dangerous spell to save Sky. Now the pack is dealing with the aftermath and doing damage control. But they can't hide how the magic has changed the dynamics of the otherworld - or that they are responsible.

Ethan has dangerous secrets, and Sky begins developing new and disturbing powers reminiscent of a deadly being that once ruled and terrorized the otherworld. Once Ethan and Sky are exposed, what they are discovered to be is a death sentence, one the Creed wants to enforce.

Ethan and Sky must be saved, but things are further complicated when a new pack emerges, aided by a powerful new ally, and tries to take over the Midwest Pack's territory by force. In order to survive, the pack must call in all favors and form uneasy alliances. But will that be enough?

©2016 McKenzie Hunter (P)2017 Tantor

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Breathing?

Very good book and series which made me listen tru it. But the narrators breathing was very annoying. You can hear her taking deep breaths and swallowing tru the book? I havnt heard that before thankfully. Like the voice and reading otherwiese.

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  • John abell
  • 06-04-18

Awesome

I love this book and didn't want to put it down. you're seeing sky and Ethan's relationship start to change in a good way. you find out more of the secrets the brothers have been keeping. again McKenzie Hunter brings this world alive through her characters and wonderful writing!

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  • yuhhh
  • 24-10-17

totally loved this book.

It was breathtaking and I just love. this series. i hope there will be more books to follow.

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  • Beatrice
  • 06-08-17

Awesome

I love his series. Each book is better than the previous book. I strongly recommend this series.

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  • napa book girl
  • 01-07-17

enjoyable series

enjoyed the story. like the narrator. the ending is not satisfying if there are no further books in the series

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  • Ashley
  • 12-06-17

much much better

I did not leave a good review on the last books but I feel like this book made so much more the difference. she grew up and she stopped whinning. I really like her snarky comments and her approach . I do wish she would except her wolf and it makes me wonder if maybe the shade might have been having some dealings in her ability to except who she is.

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  • 04-06-17

good, but severe continuity errors

I enjoyed this book. I recommend that people who like urban fantasy read it.

That said…

The story:
--Enjoyable, but perhaps set in an alternative universe? Many facts seem to have changed slightly. I guess the beta readers and editors dropped the ball. maybe next time you can find some people who have actually read the other books in the series?

The narrator:
--she actually did a pretty good job. On the other hand, her producer bungled the job there are many places where the performance should have been edited and was not. Bad Tantor.

The authors thesaurus:
--seems to have worked very hard on this book. Perhaps it worked a bit too hard?