The Barrier Between : Collector (Brown)

  • by Stacey Marie Brown
  • Narrated by Amy Landon
  • Series: Collector (Brown)
  • 10 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Zoey's life has taken a dramatic turn. Only a few months ago, she was a Collector working for the secret part of the government called the Department of Molecular Genetics (DMG), tracking and collecting fae. Her life had been changing and improving, with a partner she loved and a sister she adored. Now all that is gone - Daniel murdered by a fae, and Lexi killed when the Seattle area was devastated by a powerful, magical electrical storm. In addition Zoey finds herself altered by her association with the Wanderer, Ryker. She discovered that she was an experiment from the very company she worked for. She could die at any moment of a threatening defect - taking Ryker's magic with her.
In a race against time, Ryker and Zoey set out to find a way to transfer Ryker's powers back before it's too late. Their journey takes them to the rain forests of South America, dealing with those who are after something Ryker possesses and who will stop at nothing to obtain it for themselves. What Zoey and Ryker discover can destroy them or tear them apart for good.

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Left with emotional attachments and sentiments of betrayal as this segment ended. Please expidite the next book.
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I absolutely love Stacey Marie Brown's books. This one allowed me to follow Zoey and Riker through more twists and turns and the awkwardness of Amara coming back I to the picture. It's a wonderful and crazy ride.
And while I have gotten usednto the voice of the narrator (I had a different voice in my head reading the book) I have gotten very frustrated that intermittently she says Rider and not Riker. But what grates on me is that in reading the words of the book, Sprig called Zoey "Bean" his way of referring to her as a human being but in the audio telling of the story he calls her either "Man," I guessing for huMAN but sometimes it sounds like Van which makes no sense. "Bean" was perfect and every time he calls her Man/Van I grumble BEAN.
Having said that, this does not take away the amazing story and I can't wait to listen to the next book.
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- lisakttn "lisakttn"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-26-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio