Lost Girl : Hidden (Vanderlinden)

  • by Colleen Vanderlinden
  • Narrated by Tonya Cornelisse, Punch Audio
  • Series: Hidden (Vanderlinden)
  • 7 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Molly Brooks is a telepathic vigilante with a few secrets and a mysterious past. Determined to make something of her bizarre powers, she devotes herself to saving those who need her most. One night, she's followed by a powerful being in a pickup truck, and her world will never be the same. Finding herself thrust into a world full of supernatural beings she could have only imagined, Molly learns how powerful she really is, and how much she stands to lose. Combining elements of urban fantasy and paranormal romance, Lost Girl is the first book in the Hidden series by author Colleen Vanderlinden.

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What is wrong with the narrator?

The story was okay but, the narrator might turn some people off to this series. She sounds drunk, slurs words, and mispronounces the simplest words. I don't usually say things about people and mispronunciation however, it's this woman's JOB to be a narrator. Example: "carotid artery" pronounced as, "carroted artery." Really? I am embarrassed for her. I really hope she gets better, reads more on her own and rehearses more. She does have a good voice.
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- Nichole "Roguemazar"

An interesting new heroine!

What made the experience of listening to Lost Girl the most enjoyable?

I enjoyed the different flavor of paranormal in this story, along with the raspy, whiskey smooth voice of the narrator.


What other book might you compare Lost Girl to and why?

I can't really compare it. It's different.


What about Tonya Cornelisse and Punch Audio ’s performance did you like?

I liked her voice. She has the voice of a lounge singer; like she's been drinking good whiskey in a smoky bar.


If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Just when you thought you had a handle on the things that go bump in the night...


Any additional comments?

I really, really enjoyed the story, and can't wait to read book 2. That said, I have a couple of gentle critiques. The voice actor cannot be held accountable for typos, but if the communication between the actor and the author is as it should be, then the narrator should point out things that aren't right, even if the book has been edited. Additionally, the author should be listening to each chapter, as the actor finishes, to make sure that words are pronounced correctly. That said, I STILL gave this five stars, because the story and narration were really good. The mistakes were not enough to mar my enjoyment. I just thought you would benefit from knowing.

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- erobbins33 "I love audiobooks!!!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-27-2014
  • Publisher: Building Block Studios