That Ghoul Ava : That Ghoul Ava

  • by TW Brown
  • Narrated by Celia Aurora de Blas
  • Series: That Ghoul Ava
  • 2 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

That Ghoul Ava: Her First Adventures gives you two entertainingly funny Ava tales. Relive the day she first joined the supernatural community and discover how her bond with the human Lisa Jenkins first began. Also meet regional Psychic, Morgan and the vampire that would get under Ava's skin from their first encounter in a 24 hour super market. Then, In Ava versus the Rogue Vampire, follow Ava and Lisa on their first real "assignment" on behalf of Morgan when a rogue vampire slips into Vampire Queen Belinda's territory and starts killing indiscriminately. Just don't expect Ava and Belinda to share a hug when it is done...


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Customer Reviews

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I want to be a Ghoul too!!!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, this is such a fun story. If you are a fan of the supernatural you will definitely love this one.

What did you like best about this story?

Ghoul. I never thought a Ghoul can be cool, but Ava was super cool!!

Which character – as performed by Celia Aurora de Blas – was your favorite?

All of them. Celia really brought the story to life. I was hooked from the beginning.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes and I was disappointed that this story was only 3 hours long

Any additional comments?

I am so looking forward to the next book in the series.. can't wait to find out what Ava is up to next!!

This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.

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Ava is definitely worth getting to know.

Where does That Ghoul Ava rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I haven't listened to a lot of audiobooks but out of the few that I have heard, this was near the top in terms of the story. I really didn't much care for the narrator's voice. She didn't seem to catch the right tone for the main character. Instead of sounding like an immature 32-year-old, she sounded like a dumb blonde teenager and I don't think that is what the author probably intended.

What was one of the most memorable moments of That Ghoul Ava?

The imagery presented when Ava was all naked under the self-serve car wash lights, being hosed down by a giggling seventeen-year-old all because she got splattered with vampire glitter dust. It actually made me laugh out loud it was so absurd, which was awesome. Oh, and dead children smelling like candy. Seriously, where does the author come up with this stuff?

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

I don't know that it did. The tense moments didn't seem all that tense the way the narrator read it. She just didn't resonate with the character. I think if I had read this book rather than listened to it, I would have had a more favorable opinion. There were also a couple parts where I imagine there was a break in the text to signify a new section was starting but when the narrator read it, those pauses weren't significant enough to instantly realize a new scene was starting so I had to consciously stop to think about what was happening, which then made me lose track of what I was listening to, and I had to go back thirty seconds just to listen to it again.

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

I did actually chuckle out loud a couple of times. Some of the things the author wrote (knowing he's a male writing a female main character) were humorous. I think the parts about Ava seeing her female anatomy on video and how she at one point crossed her arms in order to push her best attributes forward were pretty much right on the money as far as seeming like they came from a female perspective. I also liked Lisa's character, although sometimes she seemed to be the far more adult of the two even though she was a solid fifteen years younger.

Any additional comments?

I didn't realize at first that this was two separate stories in one so it was a little weird how in the middle (or what I thought was the middle but was actually the next story) the main character kept referencing stuff that had just happened (but really was from the first story). Now that I see that it was two separate stories, it makes a lot more sense. So just a word of caution to anyone else reading this before they listen to the story, it's not just unnecessary repetition, it's simply the back-story for those who hadn't heard the first story. I am really looking forward to listening to the next installment of Ava's story.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-11-2013
  • Publisher: Todd Brown