Abandon the Night : Envy Chronicles

  • by Joss Ware, Colleen Gleason
  • Narrated by Sebastian Fields
  • Series: Envy Chronicles
  • 10 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The third installment in a brilliantly dark, unique paranormal world by Colleen Gleason, writing as Joss Ware.
From the raging fires, five men emerge with extraordinary new powers. They are humankind's last hope…but they cannot survive this dark, ravaged world alone…
Quentin Fielding had everything. Money. Power. Women. But now that civilization is all but annihilated, Quent wants only one thing: Revenge. Harnessing a strange new “gift”; he embarks on a deadly mission to find the man responsible for the chaos and destruction, the man he should have killed years ago: His father. Only one thing stands in his way--a mysterious, arrow-wielding beauty…
Zoë Kapoor is on her own quest for vengeance, searching for the monstrous fiends who murdered her family. Soon she and Quent join together, journeying through the ruins of the world they once knew as a desperate desire builds between them. Drawing closer to an enemy they never imagined, Zoë and Quent must abandon all fear, abandon all regret, abandon the night… “High-stakes action and sizzling romance.” (Lara Adrian).


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great listen!

I've been listening to the series and I'm really enjoying it. I like that in this story Zoie was the Heroine. She didn't need saving at all, and I like that about this story. She handled her own.

The Narrarator did an excellent job. You can tell who's talking and he changes accents easily. He definitely puts life into these characters and makes this story very enjoyable. I was easily drawn in.
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- Leila

Hottest story of the series so far!

Where does Abandon the Night rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It ranks near the top.

What did you like best about this story?

I liked that we are getting more and more answers about why the change happened and who was behind it. The chemistry between Zoe and Quent is immediate, so the sex is hot from the start. Then they have to work on trusting each other enough to actually work together and possibly build a life together.

What about Sebastian Fields’s performance did you like?

I enjoyed how he was able to shift from an English accent or a female character's voice back to the narrator seamlessly. He was able to give each character a unique voice and personality.

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

I definitely wanted to keep going to find out what happened next.

Any additional comments?

If you object to strong language, you may want to avoid this book. However, I think the smart mouth fit with Zoe's personality.

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- Mary Dieterich

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-31-2014
  • Publisher: Colleen Gleason Inc