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Summer Reign

Narrated by: James Patrick Cronin
Series: The Demon Accords, Book 13
Length: 9 hrs and 41 mins
Categories: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Horror
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Summary

Demon Accords, book 13.

Faced with writing college papers, prepping for tests, and teaching testy witches, Declan O'Carroll has enough on his plate. Not to mention the magical withdrawal of leaving his very own magical kingdom behind on Fairie. But when he and his friends are attacked from creatures out of folklore and fable, it seems the Queens of Summer and Winter aren't done with him yet. But if they're so eager to mess with Earth, maybe it's time to Earth came to them. After all, he's got some lessons to teach.

©2018 John Conroe (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Enjoyable and easy to listen to.

Loved the story and whilst it's not Shakespeare, it's non the less, thoroughly enjoyable.

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Another cliffhanger ending

Wow this series is awesome..every book gets more exciting than the previous one..oh goody next one is demons..can't wait

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Another in a great series

Audible will not accept a review unless it is over 15 words. I just wanted to say it is another in a great series without any spoilers.

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Great payoff from all the other books and more

Enjoyed the story. Loved the advances in magic.
Otherwise great voice performance, apart from the Welsh accent.

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Good story, shame about the dodgy accents.

I've been really enjoying this series of books by John Conroe. This one is no exception, the plot moves along at decent pace and all the usual characters are there. It's an entertaining story to listen to when I'm out walking the dog.

However, the non American accents the narrator puts are awful. I have lived in Wales and worked for an Irish company and I have never encountered accents like those portrayed ever, especially the Welsh, which did not sound Welsh at all. The Irish characters all sound like charactures of Irish people, I half expect them to start talking about pots of gold....

It grated with me and spoilt my enjoyment of what otherwise was a great story and performance.

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As always amazing

Although as an english born gal I couldn't stop laughing at the attempt at a Welsh accent. To say its was wrong would be an understatement. But hey loved it all the same

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Narrator hasn't even heard a Welsh accent

The Welsh accent is nothing like the Irish accent. I do wonder if the author is now having a laugh with the narrator at the expense of the audiences enjoyment of the books.

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I love this series

It doesn't get old, it didn't disappoint in any way. I get uber excited when ever I see a John Conroe book pop up. So worth every penny!

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Loved this series

Loved this series. Its even better how the narrator gives a voice to each character and you really feel all emotions from his voices, joy, sadness, humor, this has lead me to by the rest of this series and lots more books the narrator does.

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  • Jill
  • 06-01-19

I loved this one. Declan is growing up

Declan can be a little annoying at times with his sarcasm but he is my favorite witch none the less and after a certain scene in this book when an FBI agent seems to be a threat to his lycan girlfriend and things quicky unravel, he became my favorite supernatural. (slight spoiler to follow)...

I'm officially team Declan and am going to have a hard time getting over a certain conflict that was not his fault! You will have to tell me why he had to apologize? I mean because endearing him to us even more and showing how little those around him really understand him. Seems only his peers at arcadia understand what makes generation Z supernaturals tick. This book covers a lot of ground...literally, and sets us up for more than a half a dozen plot twists that will come to head in the next book which is going to be a wild ride for sure. his mother's death, faerie, new demon threats, witch circle betrayal, demidova corp working relationship, arcadia, omega, the FBI and Declan's growing power in the eyes of the world. Thank God for Stacia!

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  • Kathy V. Whited
  • 17-05-18

Above the rest

The narration was above average and made the characters live. The story kept me wanting more and getting it. I would like to see Stacia and Declan get married and have a children. Maybe a double wedding with Barbiel doing the services. That would be the boom.

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  • Nando
  • 14-05-18

Outstanding

An exciting addition to the story. Can not wait for the next one to be published.

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  • Troy
  • 12-05-18

Disappointing, just OK

I nearly gave up on this book. The only thing that stopped me was my investment in this series and the hope that other titles will improve. Declan is an interesting side character but that is all. I'm tired of him being the main character with Chris and Tanya as merely support characters. The series needs to get back to it's roots and focus on them. This book lacked a cohesive story arc interesting enough to draw me in. Also, there were some conflict points that were illogical at best. I feel like the same purposes could have been achieved in the story more logically with more work on the part of Mr. Conroe. I have enjoyed his previous books in this series, specifically the ones centered around the primary characters. This one seems like he wrote it over a long weekend to fulfill an obligation. I feel this book would have been better suited as a short story in an anthology. I hope Mr. Conroe returns to his central characters and his previous quality of story.

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  • James
  • 04-02-19

Entertaining

Conroe has done a really good job keeping different story lines cohesive yet separate. Narration is really good as usual. Now I'm just waiting on the next one!

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  • GEYEE
  • 31-01-19

Can't wait for next in series!

Fantastic narration and story line can't wait for the next book in the series. Great characters.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 31-12-18

Great

This one another great book. Mr. Conroe you have to bring out another book asap.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 08-12-18

Dame

I never saw that coming. I can't believe how good this book is. Hope to see more

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  • KAL
  • 25-11-18

Fantastic series

I devoured this entire 13 book series one after the other within 6 weeks. It is just captivating. Can’t wait for book 14

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  • Chery Thompson
  • 29-04-18

let down a little

I've loved every book in this series until this one. This one felt like 4 or 5 different ideas for stories crammed into a summary. Nothing felt right. Please Mr. Conroe, go back to the roots of this story. James Patrick Cronin did an excellent job, as usual, with the narration.

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