Akasha

  • by Terra Harmony
  • Narrated by Emily Gittelman
  • 37 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Elemental powers in the palm of her hand. . .and it won't be enough to save her. When Kaitlyn Alder is involuntarily introduced to a life of magic, she becomes part of an organization hell-bent on saving the Earth. Follow the saga as one of the most terrifying men the human race has to offer stands between Kaitlyn and Earth's survival. This is audiobook of all four books in The Akasha Series; Water, Air, Fire, and Earth.

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Customer Reviews

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Help the noise is ringing in my head!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The person that reads it out for this audio because they have a horrible accent/voice that sounds like they both have a cold and are sucking a boiled sweet at the same time. It was doing my head in after only 20min


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- Rachel Norton "Hudine -If idiots could fly, the internet would be the world's biggest airport and I'd be a jumbo jet."

Everything grates

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Could have done without our heroine acting like an airheaded hormonal teen in a Mills & Boone novel. A new narrator would have helped but could not save this book.


What could Terra Harmony have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

The love sick scenes did nothing but annoy and felt like they were only there to pad out the story. I only ever felt like rooting for our heroine when she had been captured, but soon lost interest again when she failed to learn and continued to follow her love interest like a little puppy dog, failing to question anything even when the so called good guys clearly showed they were only slightly better then the bad guy.I've only got half way through the second book, so maybe it will improve, but I'm not sure I can force myself to go the whole way.


What didn’t you like about Emily Gittelman’s performance?

Unfortunately I'm English and therefore found the nasally American drawl really annoying.


You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

The premise of the story definitely held promise, if only she had built on that and made the main character intelligent and a little stronger.


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- Drew666 "Sad, fat, ugly, self loathing loner who escapes into fantasy & Sci-fi"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 27-09-2013
  • Publisher: Terra Wathen