• Mask of the Swan

  • The Fearless
  • By: Terry Maggert
  • Narrated by: Rebecca Cook
  • Series: The Fearless, Book 2
  • Length: 10 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 07-05-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Terry Maggert
  • 5 out of 5 stars 5.0 (1 rating)

Summary

Killing immortals is easy. Becoming one is hard.
Three demon hunters continue their search for the archdemon Elizabeth, following her path as she turns people to the ranks of evil through twisted magic.
Brutal, elegant, and cruel, the target leaves hints, bodies, and broken souls called Archangels, who recruit for the forces of darkness. Broken and dangerous, they spread among humans to feed and kill without mercy.
For this fight, the hunters have help. An ancient succubus will switch sides to join an honorable priest as they chase Elizabeth to a deadly conclusion. But first, they must find the strength to resist the call of darkness.
Their mission: kill the ultimate evil. But this time, she knows they're coming.
©2014 Terry Maggert (P)2014 Terry Maggert
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5 out of 5 stars
By jim.a on 02-07-16

Horror comes in beautiful packages

The second book of our lumpy bumpy sexy trio, as they hope to end the reign of an evil thousands of years old. Well written, great characters and plot that keeps you glued. Can't wait for the next Terry.
Rebecca Cook,s narration added to this authentic book, again helping you sink deep into the books realm. Jim

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jan on 07-04-15

Whatever you do, DO NOT MISS THIS ONE!

I had read book one, but the author did enough recapping without getting pedantic that one could start here, if necessary. Terrific, complex story line well developed. Characters are finely delineated and well explored. The series is addictive, and the audio performer exceptional!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Tim McCoy on 23-05-14

An impressively dense story in less than 300 pages

What made the experience of listening to Mask of the Swan the most enjoyable?

Rebecca Cook's ability to construct so many different voices gave a complex story even more depth.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Mask of the Swan?

The scene between the main antagonist and an old adversary. The shifts in demeanor of all characters involved were believable and well written; beautifully performed by Rebecca Cook.

What about Rebecca Cook’s performance did you like?

As stated above, Rebecca Cook's diversity of voices was truly inspiring. I'll leave it to others to count the total number of unique voices, but but just a sampling included: Eastern European, Northern Britain and Southern Britain, some form of east African accented English, as well as several dialectic accents of the southern U.S.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

That would not be practical as it was a 10 hour book. However, I would not have wanted to listen to it in one sitting since some of the themes Maggert explored deserved some contemplation. I've not read an author who reveals so much inner human (and inhuman) turmoil in a modern fantasy setting.

Any additional comments?

This book has heft to it. Yes, it is about a group of lovers hunting immortals, but it is so much more as well. It deals with loyalty, and hope, and fear, and sex, and sin, and vengeance. I don't read many books twice, but I think I will be reading the printed version of this book before moving on to the third in the series.

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