Hunters Moon : Seers of the Moon

  • by Geraldine Allie
  • Narrated by Alex Hyde-White
  • Series: Seers of the Moon
  • 3 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

To this day, it is said that the descendants of the Fae left behind still wait for the return of the Seer’s and guardians....
Victoria will come up against the biggest threat of her life to fulfill a prophecy; and find the one that history has destined her to be with, a Fae Prince who never expected to be made a prisoner by vampires.
Now Victoria and the Prince must find a way to connect the bond between them before the people of the Fae are lost, and Victoria and the Prince lose their soul to the darkness.
Modern/ Historical Arthurian Fantasy Series
There are four more books to come in this series that will take you back into a land of Arthurian legend where a final climatic battle unlike any other will take place.
Based on the legend of the return of King Arthur, when his people would be in need of the mythological and legendary King of lore once again.


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Customer Reviews

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What does Alex Hyde-White bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

He brings a calm, centered, focused and soothing quality to his narration. Very pleasant voice. Sometimes he sounds a bit like John Hurt :) His cockney accent is pretty good, too.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It has a charming feel of old-fashioned storytelling to it.

Any additional comments?

The writing has a straightforward quality that works very well for the audio format. It feels like someone is sitting down and telling me a story. The setting is kept fairly vague, which adds to the legendary feeling of it.
The story does jump about a bit tonally. It feels a bit Narnia-like at first, then takes a darker turn. If you don't have a problem with that, it is quite enjoyable.

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- Domien De Groot

OK but needs more detail

Is there anything you would change about this book?

It's far too short. It's a novella, not a book. It could easily be twice the length just by adding some detail and fleshing out the cardboard characters. It reads like a synopsis. I kept waiting for the proper story to begin.

Did Alex Hyde-White do a good job differentiating each of the characters? How?

He was OK. He has a good voice but I was puzzled and a bit put off by the very strange phrasing, and odd pauses in the middle of sentences. He differentiated between the characters well.

Did Hunters Moon inspire you to do anything?

It certainly doesn't inspire me to listen to the next book. Which is a shame, because potentially, this could be a good series. I didn't hate it, it was just a bit forgettable.

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- Ariana

Book Details

  • Release Date: 13-12-2013
  • Publisher: Punch Audio