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The Singer

By: Elizabeth Hunter
Narrated by: Zachary Webber
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Summary

When you've lost everything you love, how do you fight the darkness? Ava left Istanbul with a new identity, new name, and new magic she could barely control. Laid low by Malachi's sacrifice, she searches for help from the fabled Irina. But will the secretive women of the Irin race welcome or shun her? Ava's origins are still a mystery, and her powers are darker than any they've encountered before. The Irin world hangs in the balance. And as the children of angels battle their own demons, ancient rivalries among the Fallen threaten to wreak havoc on earth.

Thousands of miles away, a warrior wakes with no memory of his identity or his people. Stumbling through the twisted schemes of fallen angels, ravenous Grigori, and even his own leaders, he must find a way back to the one thing he remembers. A single voice calls him. Malachi has one mission. "Come back to me."

The Singer is the second book in the Irin Chronicles, a contemporary fantasy series from Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries.

©2014 Elizabeth Hunter (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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This book is just annoying! (Spoilers!!!)

This book is ridiculously annoying, repetitive and very slow. Nothing actually happens in this book, I do like the concept for this storyline but the books are just constant talk with very little actually happening, this is even worse in book 2 and then to add insult to injury the writer has turned the main characters into completely different personalities in this book, Ava has gone from being portrayed as a strong independent woman in book one to a blubbering idiot that doesn’t know her own mind in book 2! Jokes.
….SPOILERS!! Don’t read on if you plan to read this book….
the grief ridden Ava I get of course, but then when she’s told she’s got the one thing she wants back more than anything, she suddenly doesn’t know?! She’s suddenly blocking him in her dreams, trying to run from seeing him, and freaking out at him about not being sure about him/them?! Come on! WTF! It’s just ridiculous! And don’t get me started on the whole let’s not tell her/ how do we tell her scenario, what a joke the constant dancing around it ‘we didn’t know how to tell you’, ‘just come with me’, ‘you have to see’ again WTF, not only would that be an incredibly cruel way to do that to someone the whole set up was just a joke! And Malaki just stays in a bedroom while all this goes down?! The fighter/protector just…stays in a room…god this book makes me wanna swear! Oh and the so called fight at the end, What the actual F was that?! Oh even though we know it’s a trap and we know he wants to kill one of us and kidnap the other let’s just run off on our own in a big circle while not telling anyone we’re about to that even though all our ‘brothers’ will be in danger, and when we’ve ran our idiotic circle, we just accept that our brothers have gone ahead with attacking the house with no agreement, so why don’t we hunt down the bad guy on our own with no back up knowing he’s killed one of us once before!! And the actual so called ‘fight’ (rolls eyes) honestly FFS. WHO edited this book?!
I’ve sadly already got book 3 but I don’t think I can put myself through it. I’m praying I can get a refund!
Only plus point for this book is the narrator.

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A wonderful second part to the series.

The characters have depth. The story is rich and exudes atmosphere. I really loved it.

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I could get lost in Xachary Webbers voice forever!

He and Elizabeth Hunters awesome stories are a match made in heaven.
This is another awesome edition that will leave you feelling like you know each character. The storyline has me dying to listen to the next one...and the next.

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This audiobook sings to me

Book 2 from the talented Elizabeth Hunter and read by the fabulously smooth narrator Zachary Webber. The easy pace of the story carries me along with the characters, as if I’m part of the scenery, watching and waiting. reminding me what had happened in book one and willing the two main characters back into each other’s arms. Love, passion, heartache and action between good and bad encourages this reader to visit this series time and time again.

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nice but too slow

too slow for my taste. I will read all the other books but this is not my favourite

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Still excellent

The second book in the Irin Chronicles. Continues the story begun in The Scribe. And does it well. Background stories are explained serving, in their turn, to push the story forward. As with the first book, the ending is both a completion and an introduction to the tale to come.

The reading is still PDG!

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Very slow compared to book 1. and repetitive

it was very slow and repetitive, which got annoying after a while. still a decent book but was lacking compared to book 1.

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Fantastic series!

These books are wonderful, beautifully crafted and well developed characters.
Zachary Webber has a voice like melting chocolate... Perfect for audio books.
I am just downloading book 3.

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