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Interesting premise terribly delivered
I enjoyed the basic premise of this story even if parts of it made me feel squeamish. however it sounds like it is being read by a robot and the editing is sketchy at best as there are several places where the narrator reads a line incorrectly and then again correctly
Disappointing listening as the monotonous voice makes it difficult to immerse yourself in the story
Pagan tale spanning the centuries
This book is well written and gripping from start to finish. Long before teenage girls fawned over Edward Cullen , Frieda Warrington gave us the story of Bethia and Morgan. Against a back drop of religious differences, sexual awakening and the horror of the witch hunts we follow their story. Utterly un-put-down-able!
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The perfect ending...
Pagan Moon is the sequel to Dark Cathedral and is a great story!
Full of lust, magical and family feuds it will hold your attention to the last second. Perhaps a little confusing at times if you haven't read/listened to the first book it still holds its own as a great book.
The chap reading the story did very well with lots of regional and international accents which help you follow who is talking
I have now read this book 2times and listen to it once... It won't be the last time!