Size Matters

  • by Nobilis Reed
  • Narrated by Diane Severson
  • 1 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Penthea is tall - very tall - and that's wreaking hell on her romantic ilfe. A friend suggests she go to Spells 4 U, the magic shop, to find a solution.
But the magic sold at Spells-4-U has a reputation for going wrong, and it's not undeserved....


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Customer Reviews

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Nobillis hits the mark as usuall

Where does Size Matters rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is one of the best Erotic fiction i have read in a long time. As a long time listeners to Nobillis pod cast and some of his eBooks this is a very good story. As usual with most of Nobillis stories they are alluring and even if the sex sometimes is more in the background its allays very thrilling and you can almost feel the sexual tension.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Size Matters?

I wont spoil the fun but the end is hilarious.

What about Diane Severson’s performance did you like?

The voice of Diane Severson is very nice and fits the main character perfectly.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I did not have any extream reactions, more than one, not mentionable and expected.

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- Jan Saell

Fun, sexy, exciting story

Nobilis Reed has a knack for combining sexiness, serious themes, humor, and adventure in his stories. Size Matters is a sci-fi/fantasy hybrid that was a blast to listen to - so much that I listened to the story two times in as many days. Size Matters is well-crafted, and the prose flows well. Diane Severson's voice talent is a great fit for the story, in both her narration and character voices. I liked that the voices of the characters were different from each other while still in her voice, but not over the top. Pendra is a fun protagonist and I definitely understood her motivations and her predicaments as the story progressed. The supporting characters were a lot of fun, especially Artax. I didn't find the plot overly predictable or overly surprising. It was a good balance, and grabbed me from the start, so I went along merrily for the ride. The Metamor City universe is a very fun one and Nobilis did a great job working within the world with this story and his own characters.
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- Sara

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-18-2014
  • Publisher: Nobilis Reed