Book Reviews

By: DesaraeV

Sunday, January 18, 2015

BOOK REVIEW: Poison Study UNABRIDGED by Maria V. Snyder

"Addictive series"


The book, The Poison Study, by Maria V. Snyder starts you off slowly figuring out what's going on and reals you in. Get set for hours of entertainment and a few sleepless nights.

Poison Study is one of those book series that are hard to walk away from. From writing to narration, everything is done so professionally, you will enjoy the whole thing.

Poison study is a clever title considering the book is about our heroine who was suppose to be killed for killing and ends up a food taster. This book is full of intrigue, romance, surprises, and challenges making you love and hate so many characters and then rolls back around to surprise you.

Favorite Books Best of Books Award by DesaraeV

My review of the other two books in the series:

I listened straight through. The narrator was easy to listen to, the story had me hooked. You feel yourself drawn in and loving the characters. There are some books that pull you into another word, another land, another place or time; and this is one of them.

I ADORE Gabra Zackman's narrations and have recently sought out more of the books she reads because she is just sooooo easy for me to follow along. She uses light voice changes to change between characters, but nothing distracting. Maria Snyder NAILED IT with a variety of characters, magical plot and a whirlwind romance that is not over done. GET ALL THREE BOOKS.

Just wish audible would label the book numbers better on the mobile app.

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UNABRIDGED by Maria V. SnyderNarrated by Gabra ZackmanView Series
Reviewed: 9/9/13
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