• A Life Unexpected

  • Holly Nather Book One (Holly Nather Series)
  • By: Sara Daniell
  • Narrated by: Jessica McEvoy
  • Length: 9 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 12-31-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Opine Press
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars 3.7 (3 ratings)

Regular price: $19.95

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Publisher's Summary

Visions come into play... secrets have been told... choices must be made...
Holly is just your typical college student. She goes to classes during the day and spends her nights either hanging out with friends or wasting an embarrassing amount of time on social networking. Her life is ordinary, nothing interesting or extravagant. That is - until she meets Luke. This enigmatic and on-the-verge-of-stalker guy brings excitement into her dull, routine life, introducing her to a world outside of her own... A world of magic... A world called Terre. As the saying goes: "With knowledge comes power" and with power comes danger. Holly is quickly and unexpectedly thrown into a life of chaos, a life that she believed to only exist in science fiction films. Visions of this day have finally come into play, secrets have been told, and choices must be made.
©2014 Sara Daniell (P)2014 Sara Daniell
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2 out of 5 stars
By Benjamin Ferguson on 01-08-15

wow, really?

Would you try another book from Sara Daniell and/or Jessica McEvoy?


Would you ever listen to anything by Sara Daniell again?

This book reads like it was written by a teenage girl, the plot is unbelievable and the main characters are one dimensional and annoying. They seem to fall from one contrived crisis into another, their reactions go from one extreme to the other all the time making little sense. I wonder if this book was even edited, there is little continuity and it's difficult to tell when the characters switch from an inner dialog to spoken words.

What about Jessica McEvoy’s performance did you like?

It was difficult to tell when the narrator switched characters, she voiced them all exactly the same.

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