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So, if you are a Seth fan, and have read all three of the Titan books, you know that Seth has two different voices -- one by Eyre and one by Boehmer. It started in the second book and it works because they are consistently Seth voices in both books. However in book 3, LUKE SUDDENLY HAS EYRE'S SETH VOICE! The pace was slightly faster, but the accent is the same. WHAT? In the past, Luke has actually sounded a little bit southern. Now he's greek? I was totally thrown -- thank goodness Luke isn' in the book much because it was REALLY distracting. It is clear to me that the narrators need to go back to their previous works and refresh their memories about the voices. I sure hope they fix it for the next book, because i love Luke and want to hear more of him! But not if he sounds like Seth!
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I enjoyed everything except the out of no where "Note to editor" when Justine Eyre noted something was worded wrong. Why wasn't it edited out? Kinda took me out of the story.
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What made the experience of listening to The Struggle the most enjoyable?
Having both male and female voices really brought the book to life for me
Who was your favorite character and why?
Sef has this ability of making me laugh all the way through the book!
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
There are some very funny moments in this book, at the same time you really feel the love between Sef and Josey, it's hard not too
Any additional comments?
I can't wait for the next book in the series, I do think that there could've been a little bit more in this book though. In some parts there was far too much talking and not enough action, but I like the story and the next book should be worth the wait