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Summary

"I call it lust, or obsession. I’m too old to remember the meaning of love. This obsession is the closest I can come."

A tormented boy.
A cursed man.
A love so dangerous it will change them both...forever.

Yue-ren is a young boy, confused about his identity and trying to find his place in the world. Ignored by his mother, who wished for a girl, Yue-ren decided to become one.
He succeeded too well.

Cain has been a vampire for as long as he can remember.
He has seen much, seduced many and killed more.
He has never known love.
Until he meets Yue-ren.
An obsessive love, threatened by those around them, Cain and Yue-ren will have to fight to be together.
Whether Yue-ren will be with his love as human or vampire, remains to be seen.

Song of the Night is an erotic love story with a paranormal twist.

©2019 Zoe Burgess (P)2019 Britain's Next Bestseller

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Exactly what I hoped for

I was hoping this would be a book that would have a dark, dreamlike atmosphere and that Don Warrick's voice would immerse me in the dream. That is exactly what happened. Yue-ren and Cain were both fascinating characters and each was searching for many things in particular, for Yue-ren how to fit into the world and for Cain, a relationship for eternity. Listening to that happen was beautiful and dangerous. The cover for this gives a perfect representation of the type of story this is.

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  • RACHEL REED
  • 10-04-21

Dark and interesting!

Don Warrick is a new to me narrator and I absolutely loved his audio delivery and narration.

The tone of the story was borderline dark and I found the storyline to be fairly interesting.

The characters were likeable and well fleshed out and the author's writing style worked for me.


An enjoyable listen overall.

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  • Nova
  • 13-03-21

Not what I expected

Don Warrick, Wow!! what a voice, a new narrator to my ears. His voice draws you in and surrounds you.
Told in 2 person point of view, not at all your typical dark romance but, it was hard to stop listening.
Vampires and Demons and the sweetest boy living life as a girl.
Dark and Sorrowful, with a savior vampire "Cain" and "yue-ren", sweet and so pure. Life in the Opera House, a mother who never loved him and so many twists and turns.
I hope there will be a second book, there is so much more I need to know.
No where near as much sex as usual dark romances but, the narrator made the story flow and kept me interested. I say, it's well worth the credit and your time to listen.

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  • Kathryn M
  • 02-03-21

Interesting

Song of the Night by Zoe Burgess and narrated by Don Warrick delivered an interesting and entertaining experience.  I closed my eyes and let the story wrap me up in its arms and show me the universe created within this story.  I appreciated how listeners were allowed to view certain events from multiple points of view... same event but from a different character allowed me to get to know the characters better, how they thought, how they felt,  the relationships they built.  I enjoyed the journey - the paranormal aspect....the moments of love....the loss,   sorrow, and pain...the wreckage.  I only wish I knew if there would be a followup book after the ending we get... I would definitely read it.