Natalie Barns is falling apart. Since returning from Fourline, she's tried desperately to focus on the world in front of her - the one of classes, money, and family. But the wound in Natalie's shoulder from her final encounter with the Nala radiates pain constantly throughout her days, while her nights are tormented by terrifying dreams of the Nala - and of Soris, the rebel fighter she failed to protect.
Seeking refuge from what plagues her, Natalie returns to the costume shop and discovers her wound is much more dangerous than she ever could have imagined. What she learns sets her on an inexorable path back to the kingdom of Fourline. If she's to have a chance of survival, she must confront Soris' fate and the fears that have been festering in her heart - or the Nala remnant will change her life forever.
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Another hero accepting blame where they shouldn't.
- Michael Hujsak
I can't figure out if its meh writing or narration
I listen to books to and from work so its never time wasted. But I only listened to this one because I wanted to know what happens to Nat and the Fourline crew.
I'll probably listen to the third one since it's also included with Kindle Unlimited
No idea but I constantly felt like the reading was over dramatic or the emphasis was put in the wrong place. And I really couldn't stand listening to her Nala voice. I know its supposed to be creepy but it was just irritating.
When reading the same book and listening to the word choice, I did get the feeling that Lauren was trying to do the best with what she had to work with. It's far from a great story (Nat is hypocritical and few of the main characters had consistent personalities) so perhaps I'm being too critical of Lauren Ezzo's performance.