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- Listening Length: 15 hours and 32 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: September 28, 2010
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0044X833U
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Bayou Moon: The Edge, Book 2 Audiobook – Unabridged
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The central themes and character development in this four book series transcend genre. And, the romance is deep and fulfilling to those of us whose appetite for that is endless.
I didn't think the author team could give me anything better than Declan and Rose in book one but I was certainly left with angst regarding Williams character in it. Thankfully, in this second book William comes to the fore, incandescent in his beauty of soul and spirit as a fighter and as the man himself, with the radiance of a Harvest moon. Cerise is a powerhouse of a woman to match him. The sheer scope of emotional depth not to mention intellect in these two is spellbinding.
The layers upon layers of relationship and connection rippling out from William and Cerise are as complex and endless as the myriad ripples seen on the surface of a deep forest lake in the tempest of a summer storm. They are mesmerizing and I found myself rereading sections simply to increase my absorption of the detail. This is a banquet you cannot rush, so many individual flavors that bear savoring.
I'm not good at tracing the plot step by step as other reviewers will do and do well. My inspiration to write a review comes from the intensity and emotional context through which I experience the characters and their world. Is the quality of the writing such that I can genuinely live in this world with them? Feel their anguish, terror or passion? Know their torment or their peace as if it were my own? Was it so real to me, for the ephemeral moments that I lived with them, that upon returning to this world I'm shaking from the force of the transition, weak kneed and dizzy trying to compensate for the loss of that magic, much like crossing the boundary of the Edge? Oh, yes. All that and more.
If you are a reader inspired by similar tastes, you'll find a glorious and subtle blend of flavors to savor in this book. But be warned, once you develop a taste for this you'll never accept substitutes!
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