Gravity Audiobook by Dannika Dark (Review)

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in Reviews | 28 comments

Review of: Gravity Audiobook
Audiobook:
Dannika Dark

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On October 7, 2014
Last modified:November 12, 2015

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Gravity Audiobook Review

By: Dannika Dark

Narrated by: Nicole Poole

Published by: Tantor Audio 07/29/14

Gravity Audiobook By Dannika Dark

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Mageri Series # 4

13 hrs and 41 mins

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Genre: Urban Fantasy

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My Thoughts
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The Mageri series continues to get better and better. If you read my last review of this series, you saw that I thought book three, while good, felt a little bit like a filler book. The story didn’t really seem to progress much. That is not the case with book four.

While we have Silver and Logan’s relationship building to ever more levels, a former nemesis of Logan’s named Tarek shows up and has revenge on his agenda. His plan is to take Silver and make her his mate. He wants to hurt Logan as much as possible. Since Logan took Tarek’s fated mate, because Tarek didn’t want her, Tarek feels that taking Logan’s love would be great revenge. He threatens all of Silver’s friends if she doesn’t comply.

We also have a relationship brewing between Justus and Page, who was Silver’s healer. She is not affected by Justus’s gift. As a charmer, women are drawn to him. He never knows if women truly like them or if it is just his gift. He finally found someone who he knows likes him and the good news is that he was attracted to her before he figured this out.

We continue to learn more about Silver’s heritage. This story also brings Sunny, Knox and Adam back into the story. Christian, Silver’s vampire guard who I love, plays a very large role in this book. There is tons of happiness, but not without tragedy, so have your tissues ready.

There is one more book in this series before we end the world of Silver and her friends. This has been a great journey. I can’t wait to see where it ends. So far, each book has been better that the last. I’m really hoping that we can end this series with a bang.

Gravity Audiobok Narration

My Thoughts
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Once again, I think Nicole Poole is good choice for this series. She continues to bring forth the emotions of the characters, of which there are many in this story. Great job with both men and women. I love her voice of Christian, who has a large part in this book.

Author Dannika Dark

Author Dannika Dark

Author Dannika Dark

Dannika Dark was born on a military base in the U.S. and had traveled the world before she was nine. Now she is rooted in the south, but her head is planted firmly in the clouds. When Danni is not writing, she enjoys a great sci-fi or fantasy movie, heaps of chocolate, and unleashing her dark side.

 

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Narrator Nicole Poole

Narrator Nicole Poole

Narrator Nicole Poole

Nicole Poole is a classically trained actor with equal passions for literature and improvisation. She has toured with the Royal Shakespeare Company, has been a member of the critically acclaimed Walter Thompson Orchestra for over fifteen years, and recently became a member of the Parisian groups SPOUMJ and Anitya. She is honored to have been recognized for her narration by an AudioFile Earphones Award, a Publisher’s Weekly Listen-Up Award, and nomination for an Audie Award.

 

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I like to thank Tantor Audio for providing me with a copy of this Audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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  1. Thanks for the great review. I LOVE the cover and the premise and this is now on my wish list 🙂

  2. My associate reviewer, Lorna, is super in love with this series, so I’m thrilled to learn that the audiobook is just as good, if not better. There’s always at least one filler installment, but at least Dark bounced back with Gravity. Next up, a 5-star finale! 😀
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  3. I so need to get back to this series! I read the first two and started book three and couldn’t get into it so I put it aside. I’m curious about Justus’ blooming romance, I hated the semi-love-triangle early on and so glad that was put to rest. Sounds like this was a great listen…glad to know the series gets better and doesn’t fizzle. Great review Melanie!
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  4. Eeee, gads… I’ve totally forgotten I LOVE this series. I still remember when this series was a wee little baby and now I’m so happy it has the following it does. Geez, I have got to keep better track of my faves!

    Your review is great! I don’t think you gave anything away! I’m glad Adam and Knox are back, too. Makes me want to jump on reading it (yep, it’s sitting in my Kindle…)

    And I LOVED book 3 – I guess I’m the weirdo 😉
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  5. So glad this installment moved beyond the filler of the last one and gave you a really great story! It’s always disappointing to run across a middle installment that clearly is just setup for the next book, but usually the book it’s setting up for makes it worth it. I’m happy that was the case here! Hope the next book is the best one yet:)

  6. Glad to see the series is getting better and better. I was hoping this one wouldn’t feel like a filler book 🙂

  7. I know the series but I never got the chance to read it. I’m glad to hear this instalment was an improvement from the previous books and I’m intrigued! Hope you have a blast with the last book in the series 😀
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