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- Listening Length: 10 hours and 38 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audible Studios
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 12 Mar. 2013
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BSLNN1S
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Scorched Skies Audio Download – Unabridged
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The story is masterfully told, it's the kind of book you would expect to see in a bookstore, not an indie author! Ari's story was only furthered in this novel, and there were so many important plot elements uncovered. The method of moving the story out of Ohio was excellent, and I truly enjoyed reading it. Ari at times still felt like a petulant child to me, but then again, she has suddenly found out she's a Jinn and supremely important. Plus at least the other characters and even herself note that she's acting like a child.
I was glad the White King took a minor role in this, it was good to read other things happening.
My feeling on the Red King are ambivalous, is he good, or is he bad? I can't quite tell. Excellent story writing from Young on that front, I'm literally on the fence about him.
Charlie...it's a slippery slope for him. He's never been a favourite of mine, but his story so far has been intriguing and I feel sorry for him too.
Jai, Jai Jai Jai. Can I have him thanks? I loved him throughout this whole book. He's one of those characters who seems to be written about simplistically, and yet he's the most intriguing and complex character of the book for me! I love him, want to hug him and cheer for him the whole way through this novel. I love him and Ari, their bantering is amusing and flirtatious.
It was nice to see moments of how powerful he really is, sometimes I forget just how powerful he is, it was nice to see that.Read more ›
I wanted to slap Charlie for holding his revenge over his brother more important than making a better decision. His quest and thirst for magic could and will only leave him in trouble. And where will it ultimately leave him?
I wanted to slap Jai as in most of this book Jai struggles to come to terms with his feelings for Ari. Why is it then things are almost too late that we realise what is in front of us and what we really want?
I am also interested to see where and why Ari is having these dreams. They have to be important and mean something. Is this part of her powers? Or is someone messing with her? My thinking and i could be completely off mark is that it has something to do with both Lilith and the Seal. Perhaps Lilith went into the making of the seal, hence the different parts, thereby the dreams are from Liliths memories or something (lots of speculating going on in my mind). At least the dreams are giving her a better idea of how the war started and perhaps a better incite as to the participants.
A brilliant second book and i can't wait to see what happens in book three.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed this book I would recommend this book to other people the gripping story had me on the edge of my seat and I couldn't put it down!Published on 20 Dec. 2013 by Alex jay Turner
Very exciting books, holds me so I cannot put them down, and cannot wait for the next book to arrivePublished on 19 Sept. 2013 by Gillian
Absolutely loving this series. A brilliant writer. I Can't wait to see what else she's got. Hurry up and bring out #4Published on 23 Feb. 2013 by Fm Armstrong
Will be buying the next installment very soon! Couldn't stop reading until I'd finished. There are a few grammatical errors (which may have been fixed since my purchase) but not... Read morePublished on 3 Feb. 2013 by Vicky84
I LOVED this book! It was amazing. I like YA fiction and the first book caught my attention earlier this year and I was eagerly awaiting Scorched Skies. Read morePublished on 29 May 2012 by Amazon Customer