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Greco is the son of an Amazon warrior, one with a drinking problem. Mirissa is also preternatural and an Amazon with some intense powers. Together they must find Greco’s mother who has vanished.
Greco is cold, silent and not responsive to Mirissa or anyone else for that matter. However, at the end of the book it is revealed how deeply Greco struggled with his childhood and the havoc he created. He is forced to deal with the outcome as is everyone he loves.
It is a very short audio but it summed up the issue, what their goal was and how they rectified in the hour and half audio. The author, Andrea Domanski, succinctly prepared her listeners for the series and demonstrated clearly the personalities of everyone involved.
There’s some action, mystery and stage setting for the series. It was a bit too short; I would like to hear Crossfire so I can decide how this audio really fits into the series.
The narrator, David Dietz, did a good job with narration.
The production was ok but sounded like there was a tunnel like feel. While a bit distracting at first, I became used to it.
Audiobook was provided for review by the narrator.
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What made the experience of listening to Greco the most enjoyable?
I loved being able to share this story with my daughter! We listened to it together while waiting for her brothers to be done with their activities. I'd read the book version and my daughter wanted to read it, but then I had the opportunity to get the audio version. It was so well done, and smoothly read. I'm excited to listen to the first of the series, Cross Fire, next (another one I own in book form, but we do a lot of cross-state driving and this will be perfect!)
What was one of the most memorable moments of Greco?
There were many scenes that were beautiful-- action packed, tense, or sweet. I don't like doing spoilers, so I'm going to be vague, but one of my favorite bits was finding out why someone was doing what they were doing because, at first, I was thinking, "how evil," but then it was explained in a way that garnered sympathy. Well written! And it was so sad, painful almost, to learn about Greco's past.
What does David Dietz bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Oh my goodness! I read books out loud to my kids all the time, and we listen to tons of audio books on our trips. Mr. Dietz can save my vocal chords! It was enjoyable to hear his different voices and accents and interpretations of the scenes.
Any additional comments?
Well done over all-- super story and well read!
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