Fate : My Blood Approves

  • by Amanda Hocking
  • Narrated by Hannah Friedman
  • Series: My Blood Approves
  • 9 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Fate - the second installment in the My Blood Approves series....
Alice Bonham thinks she's finally found a balance in her life between the supernatural and real life with her brother Milo. Jack - her sorta vampire boyfriend - keeps her at arm's length to keep her safe. As for his brother Peter... she's not sure where he's at, or what he wants with her. Worse still, she's not even sure what she wants with Peter. When tragedy happens, Alice finds herself struggling with a terrible choice. Her decision has consequences that reach farther than she'd ever imagined.


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Hopefully Connective Tissue To Book 3

Would you try another book from Amanda Hocking and/or Hannah Friedman?

Yes, definitely. This second book climaxes with the

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I like that Jack's character chose to fight for Alice in the end - I look forward to the outcome of his and Peter's (his brother for whom Alice is meant 'by blood') conflict. I think Peter's character offers the most inspiration for future works in the series. I want to believe that Ms. Hocking's writing is anemic (interms of descriptions of places, rooms, etc.), because of the limited and sometimes painfully repetitive vocabulary of her teen protaganist, Alice.

What didn’t you like about Hannah Friedman’s performance?

I am not a fan of Hannah Friedman's reads - her emotive approach often differs from that of the characters she is reading about. But my last audiobook was

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Yes ... but I would hope that the screenplay helps the story rather than hurts it (as was Twilight, which was carried on the backs of its actors - I still loved it). I think it should be told from Peter's point of view, to be more original.

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Fated to be eternally boring

Well, my review of the first book seems to have been spot on - the story never really goes anywhere. The main character is useless, doing nothing but sleeping eating and playing woe is me. Even her love life is boring. It's like the aurthor meant to set her up with Peter then decided she wanted to go with Jack instead. Except Jack is boring too. Jack is a 40something twenty-five year old who acts like a 17 year old and does nothing but look cool and play video games. Peter was the only interesting one in the bunch and he got ousted so what is the point of this whole book?

I'm a firm believer that if you write a book you should at least conssider making your characters interesting. They aren't. They're generic. Their problems are generic. Their enemies are generic. If I could get my money back I would. Save your credit.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-20-2011
  • Publisher: Audible Studios