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The Seer

The Other Side of Red, Book 1
Narrated by: Price Waldman
Series: The Other Side of Red, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 22 mins
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Condemned by day to the dark side of red, a lonely, magically talented, and horribly breathtaking vampire spends his nights slipping over the veil. There, he revels in terrorizing young adults to their deaths. But for one girl, who's melted his heart: Emily Hunts.

But when the world threatens to take her away, when he learns of her true loyalties, his mask is unveiled, and he must take her to the other side of red....

©2018 AR Curtis (P)2020 AR Curtis

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Excellent story

Loved every minute of this. Thw story glowed well like the book. Very good narration and found it very easy to listen to. Highly recommend

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  • Jaclyn679
  • 26-04-20

Great read

The Seer was a great mysterious, creepy and romantic tale. The story follows Emily, who is coming into her sorcery and very fun to watch grow and develop her strengths. The story was an interesting and different take on the phantom of the opera for me, with a master and student and a slow obsession. It was well written and I look forward to more. I was given this audiobook and chose to leave this review on my own.

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  • AmberK5
  • 19-05-20

Great story & Incredible Audio

I have already read and loved this story and couldnt wait for the audio!! I was not disappointed!! This is a terrific storyline and great characters. I am looking forward for more in this series! This also, was honestly one of the best audio narrations that i have listened to in years! The narrator fit the story so perfectly!!

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  • Susan
  • 07-05-20

I loved this book

This was a great book. The story was awesome & the narrator did a wonderful job with all the voices especially the vampire voices. I advise anyone who is looking for a good read to get this book. A definite thumbs up awesome job writing this book.

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  • grammatoni
  • 01-05-20

The Seer

Emily was taken to a witch when just a baby and given to that witch by a vampire. He entrusts her to teach her magic for she comes from a long line of witches. When Emily turns 11 the Vampire visits her to teach her. He becomes in her mind her guardian angel. Then when she turns 18 and old beau returns from three years of schooling in California. The Vampire warns her about him and when he discovers that boy has given her a talisman to protect her he takes her to the other side of the veil or the Red. This story is extremely interesting and riveting. Clues are given as to the identity of the vampire and we learn about him as Emily learns. The narrator, Price Waldman , is excellent in his rendition of the characters. Fantastic audio and story.

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  • Joan Kern
  • 27-04-20

Toto, I don't think we're Kansas anymore....

When I think of witches and warlock, demons and devils; I don't think of them being in Kansas. According to A.R.Curtis this is exactly where we will find them. I attempted to review this book earlier without having the whole book (only I didn't know that at the time.). So now that I'm better informed I'm glad to tell you if I had on ruby red slippers I would have left there very fast. Our young lady has been sheltered as a form of protection. But no one bothered to tell her why she needed protection or from whom. Everyone seemed to know this secret (except her BFF and Emily) and of course they always told her to stay away from strangers. And so just like little red riding hood she finds a smooth talking Stranger and once you have spoken to some one well they Aren't Strangers anymore. Are they??? Come follow me and we'll go to the OTHER side.