Dark Curse : Dark

  • by Christine Feehan
  • Narrated by Phil Gigante, Jane Brown
  • Series: Dark
  • 13 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Lara Calladine is haunted by childhood memories of being held prisoner in an ice cave and kept sane by the whispered stories told to her by her imprisoned aunts. They instilled mage and Carpathian magic deep within her and then helped her escape. She has spent years searching for the cave in hopes of finding the answers to the riddle of her past as well as finding her aunts who may have given their lives saving her.Nicolas De La Cruz has returned to the Carpathian Mountains - his homeland - on orders from his eldest brother, Zacarias, to bring news of a conspiracy to the prince of their people. He is weary of his long existence and plans to end it away from his brothers, where they will be unable to stop him once he has fulfilled his duty.Lara and Nicolas' paths collide in an explosive adventure that rocks the Carpathian world.


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Customer Reviews

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Horrible Narration

I am a huge fan of the Christine Feehan’s Dark Series. However I found the book disappointing. While I love supernatural books I have to draw the line when spells are put in books made up or not. The worst part though is the narration. The narrator mutilated the Carpathian male accents, giving them a bad Bram Stockers Dracula sound. I can't believe the narrators bothered to read or get the background on the other books before reading this one. It was absolutely horrible and certainly did not live up to the narration of the other books. I couldn't get past the first hour before having to put it down and just go buy the book. My advise don't waste your money buy the physical book.
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- Claudia

Narrators accents detracts from listening pleasure

I'm a huge fan on Christine Feehan's writing and snapped up this audible book and cancelled my amazon pre-order. However, I have to agree with another reader that the narration was dreadful. It was rather jolting to go from American accented narration to these really horrible dracula voices. The woman reader in particular was terrible at separating the voices of each female character because of the attempted accents. Just when I would get into the story, the bad accents would start up and I'd be destracted from the story by the accents. Read the book, skip the audio. Sorry, but don't let Christine hear this audio version, it might break her heart.
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- Daphne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-02-2008
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio