Night of the Huntress : Brotherhood of Blood

  • by Kathryn Smith
  • Narrated by Tobin Doyle
  • Series: Brotherhood of Blood
  • 9 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Bishop has been a vampire for 700 years and though he wishes nothing more than to live his life in peace, getting humans to believe that vampires are not monsters is a difficult task, and vampire hunters like The Reaper make it even more difficult.
Believing that a vampire killed her mother, Irina leads a band of vigilantes, determined to rid the world of these monsters. What no one knows is that Irina herself is half vampire. Determined to deny that side of her, Irina captures Bishop, believing he can lead her to the vampire responsible for her mother's death. But over the course of Bishop's captivity, secrets about Irina's past are revealed and she soon learns that what she has always believed to be true is anything but. Now Irina and Bishop are in a race against time as they fight for their lives - and their love.


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Customer Reviews

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What a shame another good book ruined by narration

Well what a disappointment this was, not for the story which was good but, if you're like me, the narrator can make or break a listen and She didn't put any feelings into the story - it was just a plain boring monotone - yuk! If the female lead didn't have an accent then I wouldn't of known who was talking.

If you can get past her dialogue - it helps if you can speed he up - then the story has merit, and it is part of a series so I expect you will want to download it just to keep up with the storyline.

Worth the credit? - If you're following the series then yes.
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Great book but BAD Narrator!

What made the experience of listening to Night of the Huntress the most enjoyable?

I really enjoyed the story but it wasn't a easy listen as the last book. I really hate to complain but I'm sure they were commas in what she was reading but she didn't notice them. It was a great story!

Any additional comments?

Would I buy it again? Oh yea! Great story!

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- Mishawn

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-01-2012
  • Publisher: HarperCollins