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Narrator changed the way the Unicorns name was pronounced. it is distracting and I could not get though the first chapter. May try again later as I liked the first book.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
The narrator comes close to making this book intolerable. Her voice lacks any range of emotion. Every sentence seems frenzied and without release. She speaks too fast and with a strange syncopation at times. Character voices sound whiny no matter what they are saying and she does not have a credible male character voice. Truly an unfortunate read of an otherwise enjoyable book.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
as I said in my review of the last book when I first had this recommended to me I picked it up in trepidation. Normally I am not a fantasy reader, however this book did not disappoint. I enjoyed it even better than the first book in the series. In this book we continue the story although I would say it is two stories woven into one. On one side we have majheri the unicorn Who has just been reunited with his first rider denella who was not dead. You have Kaylee Reese who was separated from him at the end of the first book. Majheri is trying to bring his first rider back to the light. Kaylee is working on training her powers and also finding out who she really is. She has also bonded with a former friends unicorn however due to the hostility between her and former ride and her new one the bond is not going well. They are both starting on either side of the wall who will come out victorious? You will have to read this book to find out. And this to all fantasied readers, I would also recommend it to anyone who likes a good cliffhanger ending as this is what this book gives you. The only reason I gave the performance a four star rating was because I preferred the narrator of the first book than this one. Cannot wait for the next book in the series. Hope it will be out soon.