Rapture's Edge : Night Prowler

  • by J. T. Geissinger
  • Narrated by Angela Dawe
  • Series: Night Prowler
  • 13 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Eliana is a woman on the run. As a Shadow Walker, she is driven from her home in Rome when she believes the man she loved murdered her father. Now she makes her living as an art thief and a competitor in the underground fighting circuit of Paris. But her past is about to catch up with her in the form of The Hunt, a group of elite assassins with one objective: eliminate her before she can expose the secrets of her shape-shifting clan to the world…
Demetrius is a man with nothing left to lose. Haunted by the memory of Eliana and the passion they once shared, he will risk everything to save her from the killers on her tail. He must convince her, before the ancient walls between two worlds crumble, that only together can they defeat their real enemy, a brilliant, cunning traitor far more deadly than either of them can guess.


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Customer Reviews

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Great Narrative: Poor Narrator

I truly do not wish to write a poor review for any artist , but I write this one in the hopes that the audio narrator will take the well intentioned critique I offer . The book is exceptional and I will read it without audio. However, I have listened to Ms. Dawe in other audiobooks and she is exceptional when she is acting a character. However , when she is not,there is an annoying lecturing , almost yelling tone literally at the very first minute of the narration. It continues throughout the entire narrative and it becomes grating. If she could soften her tone and offer a less "in your face " delivery, it would be a joy to continue to listen to the complete audiobooks I have purchased in the past . There is always a sense of urgency to her delivery where it is not needed to serve the narrative. The listener becomes so frustrated and it is impossible to even relax. To date , I have paid and deleted four ( 4) audiobooks due to Ms. Dawe and her lecturing, and the harsh- tonality where none is needed in the narrative. Please understand that I am an individual who has studied the theatre arts at two of the finest international schools so I do not write this review in a careless or mean spirited manner . Your talent is evident, however, I wish you well to find a voice for the areas I have mentioned . Once again , I
wish you well and will seek your talents at some later date.
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- TellOneNow

Hard to listen to.

The narrator for this book was awful. Her representation of the characters was ok but when she was narrating the story, in what I assume was her own voice, it was horrible, jarring and distracting from the story. I wanted to stop several time but was on and airplane with no other reading material. Her voice sounded like something dire or super exciting was happening, the whole time!
The recording quality did not help either, it sounded like it was recorded in a bathroom! Horrible performance.
The story was good the ending left my head spinning, it was wrapped up very quickly. The twist at the end was very unexpected and will have me buying the next book because I assume that the character involved will appear again. However I will be buying the Kindle version!
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- London

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-15-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio