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    A fun extra

    4 stars — This book both satisfied me greatly, and missed out on a few scenes I was curious about. If you’re not into alternative POV books, then you can skip this one. I LOVE them, especially when the originals are only in one POV, because this way you get insight into another character’s head. I was both surprised and not by what it was like in Kaidan’s head. He was more selfish than I was expecting, but that fit him and made him more real somehow. The prologue alone, of him as a child, was heartbreaking and made me shudder. It was seriously hard to take the way his father treated him as though he was a commodity. I definitely got some answers that I was seeking, and an expansion of things I had guessed based on the original books. I was surprised by the way his lust was explained, how it felt to him…that was eye opening. The epilogue totally made me cry, as I knew it would. Cry and laugh though. The only reason this book isn’t rated higher is just that it has a bit of a disjointed feel, b/c it jumps from scene to scene instead of flowing. It makes it harder to get into it when you don’t get it all. I mean, I get why, but it’s not quite as deep. Christian Coulson as the narrator was pretty good. I was surprised by the accent for Kaidan — it felt…lower class? I expected Kai to have a more upper crust English accent. Part of that is that I was used to the way Ms. Mallon narrated him, and I actually probably prefer her take. I was also bummed that this narrator didn’t pronounce names the same way as Ms. Mallon — I would have appreciated consistency, because it was jarring to hear a name you didn’t recognize only to realize he’d placed emphasis on different syllables, or whatnot (Zania, Pharzuph, Belial were the most egregious). And I wasn’t really a fan of his Anna voice, which was a bummer. Otherwise, though, his emotions and pacing were great, and his voices were consistent. So yeah, totally glad I read this one, it was fun to get this big extra.
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