- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 12 hours and 15 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Road To Babylon Media LLC
- Audible.com Release Date: June 2, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071FP3FZW
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The Horns of Avalon: Purge of Babylon, Book 8 Audiobook – Unabridged
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However, I had to dock it one star and here’s why…
SPOILER ALERT: Warning warning. Turn back. Just know you’re going to enjoy this book and go get it. Unless curiosity has you by the throat, in which case, please continue.
I’ve been devouring this series at speed and put in my pre-order for this book with huge anticipation, waiting for the moment when Danny realises Will is his guardian ghoul. The lead up was handled perfectly, especially Danny’s growing suspicion, balanced by both scepticism and disbelief. I was on the edge of my bed (reading late) waiting for the moment…
Which was when the story cut away. O-okay. The author’s going to make me work for it. I can be patient. Yeah, fat chance – page skipping ensued, but all to no avail.
The reunion reveal of this great bromance was AWOL. The story skipped to Gaby’s POV instead. Gaby? You’re kidding me, right? What a tease from the author. Gaby did describe some of Danny’s reaction to his discovery, so the scene wasn’t without reward, but it could-a, would-a, should-a been a hell of a lot more satisfying. A huge reader payoff fizzled. Ouch.
I’d really like to reach out to the author and say “please don’t do this with the next big reveal”. When Lara and Will are reunited we need to see it all. From Lara’s point of view. She’s going to be more affected by this scene than anyone else and we readers are vicarious vampires just dying to live through her. Show us every second of her anguished joy and other crazy, mixed-up emotions. Consider yourself told, Mr Sisavath.
Otherwise, keep up the good work!
Now that the end is near I can hardly wait to see the conclusion.
I started reading when I was 3 yrs old and I've spent at least half my life with my nose in a book. Or a few inches from a Kindle screen. (I'll be 50 in December.)
I read Mandingo when I was in 4th grade along with a book about Bonnie and Clyde and a romance novel called Savage in Silk. Over the years since then I've read about 15-20 Stephen King books-to include The Stand and Tommyknockers, the entire Left Behind series and The Sword of Truth series. Just this past year, in addition to this amazing series, I've read the Walking Dead novels and the entire Zombie Fallout series. So you can see, I'll read just about everything.
This-The Purge of Babylon series-has blown me away. I've loved the storyline, the characters, the way it's written and the fact I can hold all 9 books on my Kindle.
If an author is any good, the book(s) will play out in my mind like I'm watching a movie.
The Purge of Babylon would be an amazing movie 😊 Sam Sisavath has written a series that would make blockbuster movies!! No doubt in my mind.
I love this author and can't wait to see how he wraps up this series.