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From best-selling author Tarisa Marie comes Bryxx, the first book in her new Crimson Forest series.
A small town in Montana hides a tragic supernatural secret. Over the span of centuries, many lives have been lost, many people have gone missing, and many others have lost their minds in the blink of an eye, all without explanation.
When May returns to the farm she lived on until age 15, she quickly learns that the unfortunate events of her family’s past are not as coincidental as she always thought. Her hometown is plagued with deadly immortal beings, and now she too is about to fall victim to the dangerous supernatural world, just as her ancestors did. Her brother, who’s been missing since childhood, turns out to secretly be living just down the road from the family farmhouse. Her blood will literally be the death of her, and the man she wants to trust most, the man she’s quickly falling in love with, is also one of the beings she should fear the most.
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By Ryan Hooey on 05-07-18
Different Sides of Supernatural
This is a very intricate and interesting story which was surprising to me given the total listen time was just a tad on the shorter end of 6hrs. It starts out one way but weaves and bobs into something really fascinating. It is at times creepy, cold and has a lot of heart too. It gives it a good mix of emotions throughout. The back story and universe are extremely detailed and hierarchy based, but not in a traditional way, which makes this part of the story really great. If supernatural is your thing then let me tell you that this has a little bit of everything that will leave you very satisfied and engrossed into the story. Our characters are well versed and have an inclusiveness that brings more to the story. As for the narration it was done extremely well. This was my first performance by Brittany Claus and her voice is perfect for the main character. Her pacing is quick which gives the character a more realistic voicing. It also lends more tension and worry to May (the main character). She also does a very good job of voicing the opposite gender which is no small feat. At one point she even has to try her hand at a British accent and it is very good, however short lived. I give her all the credit in the world as there were a few different scenes that I can only imagine being difficult to get just right and she definitely does it. This may just be my bashfulness coming out but she voices these scenes professionally and very well. As this is book 1 of a series I hope that she continues on as the narrator and I will be on the lookout for more of her work. Needless to say my interest is definitely peaked with this series and I am looking forward to continuing on in the series. Although, not a big fan of vampires you will get to see many different sides of them in this story and they are growing on me. Vampires, super powers and that is just the beginning of this story. A great listening experience.
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