Intuition : The Premonition

  • by Amy Bartol
  • Narrated by Emily Woo Zeller
  • Series: The Premonition
  • 15 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Evie doesn't open her eyes so she can't see him, but she can smell him. He thickens the air she breathes, choking her with his scent... his aroma. She shivers. She has to resist. If she's not strong, then she will be relegated to the same fate as this predator whose sickness infects her even now. But now, she craves him and he knows that; he has been counting on her need to end the gnawing pain. How he would savor her surrender. She's alive, but how much longer will it take until she begs him not to be?


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Customer Reviews

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Great potential, a few pitfalls

Firstly, Emily Woo Zeller is a great narrator - there has been books in the past I have given up on listening to within a few chapters because the narration lacks any engagement but she is fab. Her Irish/Deep South accents are a bit off, but you still know what shes trying to do and which characters she's being before their names are said.

The overall storyline does have good potential and I have given it 4* because I will listen to the rest, but it is just a complete rip off cross between Twilight and the Mortal Instruments. But it is interesting enough to want to know what happens next. I do think some of the characters just accept completely random stuff too easily and with a better writing skill they could appear to have more reaction/personality.

The author is a bit cringe when writing about the Irish lot, she has obviously done a generic google search for pointers as every character is called a very stereotypical Irish name. I actually want to die of embarrassment for her that all of the Irish clan are referred to as 'fella's' every time they are mentioned in serious conversation because she has so got the use of that word that she's clearly found online and doesn't use herself completely wrong. It's more of a 'hey fella's what do you want to drink' used by a rough drunk bloke at a pub not a 'the fellas are coming to kill us' at a life or death war council kinda word.

I'd still recommend, just think it could be a little better.
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- Amie Jordan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-08-2013
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio