• by Emma Raveling
  • Narrated by Jaime Lamchick
  • 8 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Outspoken and independent, Kendra Irisavie has always played by her own rules.
She's an ondine, a water elemental gifted with the powerful magic of Empath Virtue and trained to be a fighter. Pursued by Aquidae demons, she and her mother remain rogue, hiding among humans to avoid becoming casualties in an ancient war.
Everything changes when violence erupts on Kendra's 17th birthday. A dark stranger appears, promising answers to her mysterious past and stirring unexpected feelings in her fiercely guarded heart.
But as Kendra uncovers the truth about her heritage and future, she realizes just how deep the lies and deception run.
Now, in the face of unthinkable odds, she will need all her wits, skills, and magic to fulfill an extraordinary prophecy.
The first in a sweeping urban fantasy series, Whirl is the beginning of a young woman's exhilarating journey for survival, love, and hope as she fights for her place in a world where she doesn't belong.


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Customer Reviews

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I hate books with too many characters I can't remember, names I can't pronounce and lots of species with who knows what kind of powers. It took me until almost the middle of the book to figure it out, but it was worth it. I really enjoyed the story that Emma created. She was very detailed and articulate about describing the people, places and things. It took a while, but she got me hooked. I will be looking to add the next book to my library. The narrator did a great job of distinguishing most of the characters. There were too many for her to have different voices for each one. Good thing she stated "she said" or "he said". The story was suspenseful and thrilling with a little bit of romance. Glad I listened to it. Let the narrator figure out the names of the people, places and things. Guess it is just that kind of book. Looking forward to the next one.

I received a free copy of "Whirl: Ondine Quartet, Book 1" in exchange for an unbiased review.
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- Lynnz

Great Teen Fantasy Series

The story was captivating and I had a hard time putting it down. I'm already continuing the story with the next book in this series. Unfortunately, they don't have it on Audible yet but I'll get it when It comes out.

The Characters are interesting and well developed. Kendra is a great heroine and has a lot to learn about friendship and trust.

Tristan is a great character as well. I wish there were a bit more romantic encounters between them.

Julian is another one of my favorites. He is so playful and fun. I also like his Dad, he has such a warm personality.

The narrator did an awesome job bringing the story to life.

This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion.
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- Adriana B

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-12-2016
  • Publisher: Emma Raveling