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Summary

The end is near.

Get ready to reunite with Liana in the penultimate audiobook of The Girl Who Dared series, as we move toward the grand finale in Book 7!

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Amazing!

Love the whole series! Entertaining and intricate story but easy to follow. Can't wait for the last book!

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  • Rachael
  • Hartlepool, United Kingdom
  • 16-11-18

Brilliant I do recommend 👍👍

I loved it 👍👍👍 just one critique in a few places she over explained things but other than that i couldn’t put it down shame the next one is the last book 😩

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Too much talking and thinking, not enough doing

So the strongest books in this series in my opinion are the first three as they balance out the action and plot progression with the main characters internal monologue and the authors preference to over explain almost every action and thought.

The first three books occured over a slightly longer time line, well the frist two are and the third book has the intense events of the tawdry, though those two could have easily been condensed down into a single book. the going over of repeated plot points is also highly irritating.

Then there's the manufactured/ over done conflict bettwen the main characters and frankly lianas wishy washy thoughts which have just taken up too much of the last two books if I'm being honest.

There's also the 3 way love triangle, Alex being an utter dick and Liana and the other characters not explaining things to others clearly to create conflict, it just feels like filler.

I'm going to finish this series of books because I'm interested in the tower and the world that's been created around it and how each of the citizens cope with the life within it. The main plot is solid and I'm invested in the characters it's just there's just too much filler for me.

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Never ending internal soliloquy

I’ve persevered with all of the books so far, but the never ending internal commentary is getting incredibly tedious. The main character is such a young, hormonal, impulsive little thing that I find it really hard to believe that anyone would willingly follow her.

The narrator also constantly mispronounces “undoubtedly” as “undoudably”, and unfortunately that word appears A LOT. It’s getting more and more difficult to ignore!

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Love the books

I love the books but it feels like she’s in one constant speed tone of high anguish no real emotion and at a constant fast pace just can’t get into it really wanted to find out what happed but will be ordering the hard copy instead

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  • CMM
  • 11-05-18

Many narration errors, but great book nicely performed, recording needs revision.

Yes this is a great story and I love the narrator’s voice and performance. But please do a little revision and update the edition. The grammar and dictation issues distract from the exceptional story.

Many narration error especially in pronunciation. The one that distracted me most was the pronunciation of the verb “slaved” Hard drives are slaved as in the root verb ‘To Slave’ same “A” as in ‘stay,’ ‘save,’ ‘hay’... It is not “slaaaaved” as the narrator continually mispronounced it. It does not have “A” which rhymes with slabbed, stabbed... Maybe in some regional dialects, but not in the standard dialect in which this book is narrated. The Author got the verb right and did not confuse it with the verb To Enslave, ie The ranking system enslaves the tower’s population, but the narrator had no clue what the word meant.

The other error which distracted me was when the narrator dropped words critical to the meaning. There are 3 verbs in the positive tense, ie It should happen, when contextually they should be negative ie it should not happen. Pretty weird listen to Liona endorse the things she abhors.

Love the story. It’s descriptive, smart, and entertaining.

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  • FMC
  • 18-01-19

Show, don’t tell?

If Bella didn’t create such interested stories, I couldn’t listen. So much unnecessary explaining. It’s constant and repetitive. I didn’t finish The Shade of Vampire series because of that and all the extra and unhelpful adjectives. In this book, number 6 in the series, it’s beginning to wear on me. The other thing I get tired of is the MC staying in her head too much. Happened in Shade as well. Too much thinking and mulling over, not enough doing and narrative with other people. Her characters always seem to be overthinkers.

The story is interesting though, and while I never seem to appreciate the MCs in Bella’s books, other characters that think less and do more are enough to keep me coming back. Having said that, if there were more than 7 of these, I would stop right where I am, which is about 1/3 into book 6, because I’m starting to not care.

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  • James
  • 15-12-18

Worthy of immersion

Well written and beautifully read. I love everything about this series, from the connected universe to the open minded logical thinking of the characters, to the perfect translation of personality in the voice.

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  • Travis
  • 02-12-18

Even Better!

Okay, this book took a huge step into a direction I was not expecting at all!
I never expected for The Gendergames to play a roll again in the towers history, then for the ending of this book.
bella forest is a genius!

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  • Jessica Cannon
  • 20-09-18

Getting better, again.

Story starts to pick back up and returns to being as good as when it started and other books by Bella Thorn. I am glad I waited to listen to the last 3 books until she completely finished. The cliffhangers are annoying.

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  • Leslie McCallister
  • 31-08-18

love it!

I cant wait to listen to the last and final book! The Narrator is amazing

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  • Pam
  • 13-08-18

Bella Forrest has outdone herself!!

The Gender Games were good. This series was GREAT!!!! I was very skeptical when they were advertising Bella's books on FACEBOOK comparing her to the Hunger Games, etc. These books (I've read all 7 now) kept my interest PEAKED through the entire series. I'm only disappointed there were not 7 more!!!!!

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  • Shannon B.
  • 06-08-18

Great book for girls

This series & others by this author are about powerful girls. It’s also something you can read with out bad language & unmarried sex. I highly recommend for young girls.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-07-18

Actually books 5.5 and 6.1

Here we go again. Just be ready to buy 5, 6, and 7 together. All I can say is, I DO like the story...which is why I gave it 5 stars again. The ridiculous way the editor allowed it to be split is disgraceful and annoying to the reader. It isn't a "teaser". Once again, it stopped right in the middle of a scene. I can't fault the writer for poor writing. The story is very engaging. The editor, however, has done an extremely poor job.

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  • bunie
  • 25-06-18

RE - E - E - PE - E - EAT!

OK! So if I thought that Liana repeated herself in the last book, this one is almost unbearable. I found myself zoning out and not paying attention to the story just so that I could get to the end. Liana is getting more and more unbearably bossy and the conversations she has with herself in her head are becoming increasingly ridiculous. She has this "family" of friends that she in charge of but doesn't let them in on what's going on. What is family for, but to be helpful? Even if it's for moral support or as a sounding board...she just won't let anyone in...It is not a sign of strength, it actually shows weakness. Most of her friends are the same age and older than she is and she is kind of a like the tower nazi right now!