- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 24 hours and 2 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Penguin Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: February 8, 2011
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004MTWWD8
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I decided to re read the first and second books to finally read the third book.
What a Joy! I do not have to wait to read the rest of the trilogy.
An inventive story with great characters. If u like fantasy you need to read this book
The main characters of Diane and Matthew drew me right away. You will not know whether or not Matthew is good or bad for quite some time. But that is a good challenge! It keeps you guessing! There are so many "what if's" in this story that it honestly kept my attention and I did NOT find myself skimming like I do sometimes with a long book that may bog down.
There are many secondary characters that I also fell in love with and cannot wait to find out more about them. If I had one critique it would be there was a lack of "steam." LOL! Do I always feel a book needs it to be good? No, absolutely not. But at this point I really want Diane and Matthew to take that step. They come so close and just when you think they will; they don't. UGH.
If you love witches, daemons and vampires I do recommend this book. Author Deborah Harkness has put her own spin on each of these and she keeps you intrigued as to what each can and cannot do. I will say her one spin on the vampires kinda threw me for a while and it didn't add up until close to the end of the book. You will have to read for yourself to figure out why.
I have already grabbed the second book in the series and I cannot wait to read when and where she takes us next.
I have had the pleasure of meeting Deborah Harkness and listening to her talk about her books and process. I'm always afraid to meet people that I admire for fear of them not living up to what I've picture in my mind. Harkness is beyond what I could have ever imagined... I could listen to her talk for hours. I only hope that she is planning to write a new fiction series... I'd be devouring it the moment it became available.