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Publisher's Summary

Cassie Palmer is the Pythia, chief seer of the supernatural world. John Pritkin is a half demon and a legendary war mage. Mircea Basarab is a first-level master vampire and the general of the World Vampire Senate. Each is formidable enough alone. But they recently discovered that, together, they are far more than the sum of their parts. With their power combined through a perilous spell, they are the closest thing left on Earth to one of the ancient gods. 

That comes in handy, considering that the old gods are exactly what the supernatural community is currently fighting. But now, their triumvirate has been torn apart. Mircea and Pritkin are lost in Faerie, with Mircea pursuing a personal mission five hundred years in the making. Meanwhile Cassie finds herself facing down an ancient adversary on her own. To survive, the three must find a way to come together, even worlds apart, and take their union to a new level. 

Contains mature themes.

©2021 Karen Chance (P)2022 Tantor

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Robotically Narrated

waited so long for this to be released!
Delay after delay, and the decision to split the book in half was annoying enough. Not to release both parts at the same time was another bad decision. BUT to allow the audio to be released with this poor poor reading is unforgivable!. I have been a Kindle and Audible customer from the very beginning, I have never returned a book for poor performance. this will be the first time!. I refuse to pay for text to speech FROM audible. My Kindle can do for free with almost the same voice and lack of emotion. Shame on all who was involved with this! Cassie Palmer deserves better, and all Karen Chance fans, who waited forever for this book deserve better.!

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Poor narration

I love this series but I cannot stand how the narrator reads this book. Definitely a no from me. I will read the book and request a refund.

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Great story; poor narrator

Unfortunately, Karen Chance’s move to independent publishing has come at the cost of the audiobook - so necessary to those of us with visual impairment. The narrator, Em Eldridge, is incompetent. How she wasn’t fired at the end of her first recorded paragraph is beyond me. A computer-generated voice would not be worse. The story is, as usual, wonderful.

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I thought a computer was narrating at first.

I seriously looked to see if there was a name listed as the reader. It was so bad I took much longer to finish the book than usual because it was so painful.
Such as (in a flat tone), 'Oh. no. I'm in. danger' or 'I just. love. them both. so much.'
There was no passion or change of tone except on occasion. With the plethora of amazing narrators out there, who decided that THIS performance was the best one?!!? She has a nice voice and the book would have been much better without the monotone computer voice.
I love this series and Karen Chance books, but I was so disappointed this time.
The story was good and was probably better than I think because I had trouble following along with the reader's voice.
On the plus side it did help me fall asleep faster and I wasn't kept up late wanting to hear more of the book....

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the worst narration ever

I love Karen Chance's book and always buy both print & audio so I can re-listen to the stories. However, this narrator is horrible and sounds like a robot.
The author did post a poll on her blog before choosing the narrator as the original one wasn't available. Both the choices were equally bad and this one seem to be the winner among those who voted.
The book is five stars and the narrator is zero. I'm giving a one star review hoping the author will choose a different one for the next book.

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Poor Narrative

I absolutely love the series. the books are all amazing. and this one does not disappoint.

The only problem is the narration. She drags out every word and sentence. Way to much pausing. I don't care for how she reads the voices of other characters as well. I might just be bias because I really enjoyed the previous person who read the books.

Book is amazing tho! Karen Chance is such an amazing author! Can't wait for the next!

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Good luck!!!!

i absolutely LOVE this series but this narrator just drags the words out unnecessarily, she puts no emotion into any of the characters. i couldn't even make it 4 minutes into my favorite series.....ill just read it instead of listening. thank goddess i used a credit for this instead of money.

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Why?

I like the story, enjoyed reading the book.

However, the narrator is speaking with zero emotion and is pacing like a robot.

This is horrible.

I am refunding the audio-book.

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Horrible narration!

I honestly don't know if I can finish listening to this book. I adore this series and have listened to the so many times. I didn't really believe it was possible for any narrator to ruin it. How wrong I was. All of subtle nuances of tone that both previous narrators brought to the story and characters are just gone. The narration was just DRY and boring and there is nothing boring about any of Karen Chance's books. I will have to stick with reading this one and the next and hope that a new narrator is chosen for future books.

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I've had this book for months and I can't get passed chapter 5. Listening to this narrator is akin to robot hell. I've tried speeding it up. I've tried slowing it down. Nothing in my control can teach this narrator inflection, emotion, or anything that isn't strictly monotone. I'm going to have to return this one and hope for a better rendition for book 12.

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Robotic

I love the Karen chance books I’ve read a majority of the Cassie series and listened to shatter the earth on audible narrated by jorjeana Marie and I loved it. But this one the narrater em Eldridge, sounded very robotic! I felt like I’d had the book narrated by an AI like alexa for example.