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By Adriana B on 12-06-16
Veiled series book 3
The story started slow and dragged for most of the book. I did not connect with the characters and had to take breaks.
I don't think It should be listed under Christianity. In my opinion, it is mostly fantasy/Sci-Fi with bits and pieces of Christianity twisted here and there. Unfortunately, that is a combination I don't really enjoy.
The narrator is outstanding. She brought the story to life and did an amazing job all the way to the Conclusion.
I have not read the first two books in this series but had no problem keeping up with any of it. You might want to give this series a shot if you like fantasy/Sci-Fi with some Christianity weaved here and there which includes afterlife, heavenly beings, and unique beings living in other planets.
**This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion**
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By Lori on 12-20-16
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Really good ending to the series. Overall another entertaining, engaging and enjoyable story. Very descriptive, creative and detailed world the author has created.
Although this book does have much more of a Christianity/Religion/Spirituality tone to it I still consider it more of a Sci-Fi Fantasy/Paranormal.
I had a hard time with book especially in the beginning . It just wasn't holding my attention. Not sure why exactly, there was a lot going on but the story just seemed to be moving to slowly. Maybe it was just me. Once the pace picked up a little more it pulled me right in just like the previous installment. There are several unexpected twists to the story that I didn't see coming.
The concept of a pre-mortal life, a life and an afterlife is still a very intriguing idea. Each installment in the series encompasses a phase of life. Tess and Alex have a love that endures all three phases of this existence. Luz and Dorian was a nice surprise. The Eternal's are not fooled. No one escapes final judgement.
Andrea Emmes once again did a really good job with the narration. Clearly spoken. Nice smooth pace. Her voice fit the story. Good character voices. Overall very enjoyable.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher.
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