- Forever Twilight, Book 1
- Narrated by: Luke Daniels
- Length: 12 hrs and 37 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-10-11
- Language: English
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Regular price: £15.69
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By Amazon Customer on 06-04-16
Why .. ???
What did you like most about Darkness Falling?
I really enjoyed listening to this story .. Couldn't wait to buy the second one and even the third .. but .. for some reason am not able to .. as .. Amazon Audible don't have it .. So I am left wondering how the story will end .. I thought the story was really well written .. and .. I love listening to Luke Daniels .. His voice is quite addictive ..
Who was your favorite character and why?
Didn't have a favourite character .. Thought they where all interesting .. If I had been able to listen to the other two story's .. maybe one would have arisen ..
What about Luke Daniels’s performance did you like?
I love Luke Daniels voice .. I have actually bought story's just so I can listen to him read ..
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes it was .. I had a lot of chores to catch up on when I had finished ..
Any additional comments?
Yes .. Why can I not buy the other two books from you .. ?
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By Rush on 21-09-12
Couldn't get through it
I only made it a quarter of the way into the novel before putting it down. I was put off by the level of detail in the history of the characters. There was simply too much of it. The book starts off by telling you what has happened then spends an extensive amount of time talking about the past and thoughts of the people it's introducing you to without telling you why. I was disappointed by how far I got into the novel without it giving you more information about the event the books is supposedly revolving around. I know this is the start of the series and such books often start out slow in order to introduce you to it's players, but this one took it too far for me to put up with. I'm not big on books that try to cram an entire person's history into your face before getting to the actual story. I prefer getting to know characters by their personality being spread out and interspersed with the actual story.
8 of 9 people found this review helpful
By Kindle Customer on 16-10-11
A little slow to start
Good combo of King and Koontz...at first I thought it was based on the "Left Behind" series, bright light..poof... most people gone, some are left. But the vanished come back but are dangerously changed. The story is a little slow to start but then picks up some steam and maintains a steady pace. Narrator does a good job. The survivors are tough but I think a little slow to catch on to the enemyy's weakness'. I liked it tho and am looking forward to more.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful