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Waking up chained in a dark cellar, Ariane must struggle to survive and escape the strange fortress she finds herself in.

All those around her play by rules she does not understand, and there is also this strange thirst that water cannot sate....

©2021 Alex Gilbert (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Dark comedy/slice of life, quite good.

A southern belle of the early 1800's, finds that she has become a vampire, adventure, horror and hilarity commences. I would say the best way to describe this first book is a series of short stories as a newly born monster figures out what she is and everything that comes with that knowledge, but also what she wants to be in the future. This book does not shy away from the fact that Arianne is not hun, yet it does not venture into the territory of edge lord. It is genuinely hilarious at times, without making the whole thing seem like it isn't taken seriously. it was quite enjoyable. I am looking forward to the next one with great expectations. Silent watcher willing that the other two books come out on audible soon.

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Not the best at the start, But it gets better.

Its REALLLYYY annoying at that start. But... it does get better. Then it gets GOOD! Just have to be patient.

The character sounds whiny and like a pure fool. But thats just because of what here link to her master does to her. Once her mind is her own again, the story picks up pace. So give it time folks. There is a gem here.

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A Tasty Treat

I've been following the production of Journey for a few years now, and this audiobook serves as a great retelling of the story. From name pronunciations that solidify or correct themselves in the mind, to tonal work that helps communicate in a way that feels accurate to the characters in the story, the performance is well beyond decent. The accent work is accurate without feeling overdone, and it helps sell Ariane's persona.

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A new take on Vampires

The standard of Vampires has changed much over the years so hearing something new isn't exactly a new thing. Yet the story behind Journey of Black and Red seemingly contains more than just the standard of Vampire. Werewolves, Mages, and Godlings oh my. It's a fresh take on something that has started to become stale.

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so good

I really love this book it was funny it was sad it was interesting and it interesting look at vampires in a different way I really enjoyed it and I hope you do too

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