A Castle of Sand
- A Shade of Vampire, Book 3
- Narrated by: Emma Galvin, Zachary Webber, Holter Graham, Michael Braun, Becca Battoe
- Series: Shade of Vampire, Book 3
- Length: 8 hrs and 34 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-11-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Bella Forrest
- Whispersync for Voice-ready
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The highly anticipated third book of the A Shade of Vampire series!
"Bella Forrest never ceases to amaze me! ... A Castle of Sand is the best yet, in my opinion... Once I started to read this story I couldn't help but be captivated, the world Bella Forrest has brought to us is EPIC." (Lady Amber's Reviews)
What Sofia has with Derek feels like a sandcastle; temporary and something that the waves of life and time will soon ruin...
Since the return of Gregor Novak, the island has turned several shades darker. His hatred toward Sofia and thirst for fresh blood lead to a brutal war igniting between father and son.
Meanwhile, the hunters are gaining formidable strength and resources by the day; they know that the safety of The Shade hangs entirely on its ability to remain hidden from them.
And a sinister secret lies in wait for Sofia within the bowels of an Egyptian desert ... a secret that threatens to crush her sandcastle much sooner than she could have expected.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Cayla on 08-26-15
Ugh. The narrators...
Okay, am I the only person who feels like the girl who voiced Claudia should have voiced Sofia? I can't stand the constant up-ending of every sentence read by Sofia's character. And don't even get me started on Ben... I might just be reading the rest of the series....
12 of 12 people found this review helpful
By Nicole B. on 10-27-17
Darker the story turns
Castle of sand is the perfect title for this Audio. I love the symbolism of how beautiful a sand castle is until the waves crash upon it. That really speaks to the spirit of the story. Audio number three definitely goes a little darker. Sofia and Derek face even bigger challenges and you get to meet more of the supporting characters and their back stories. The narration was very good. My only complaint was the narrator for Lucas. I don’t know why he has a accent or if it’s the time period he’s supposed to be originally from but it seems so out of place and every time he speaks, it throws the whole Audio off for me. Spoiler alert... book four should be Lucas free.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
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By connie on 01-28-15
I love this book
I love this book and i will recommend it to anyone , it's apart of interesting series.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
By Andrea on 08-13-18
I liked the first two...
I don’t expect a lot from these, they’re my guilty pleasure, but the writing in this one was especially sloppy, especially towards the end. A lot of dead ends and dialogue where the same sentence was repeated consecutively about 3 times. I don’t read these expecting great literature but compared to the first two it was severely lacking in substance. It sounds like the author had about 3 things she wanted to accomplish and was having trouble getting from A to B to C so the buildup was fine but result felt very underwhelming. Hopefully the next one will be better.