Christine Feehan has sent shivers of pleasure up and down the spines of fans enthralled by her New York Times best-selling Carpathian tales. In Dark Celebration, Feehan delivers a unique gift to her readers by bringing together all the characters of Carpathian legend in a celebration of unbridled sensuality. Prince of the Carpathians Mikhail Dubrinsky has witnessed numerous mysterious events during his many centuries on Earth, but now he is faced with the ultimate horror: the extinction of his species. The Carpathians' enemies salivate at the thought of a final victory, but all hope is not lost. The Carpathians gather, united in a desperate hope. And no matter the outcome, blood will be shed and limitless passion unleashed. With its endless feast of erotic delights, Dark Celebration offers everything Feehan's many fans long for.
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Great Book as always... BUT!!!
all the books are very good this one was just as the rest even better in some ways. But the Narraitor was so bad at making the names of the people, that it was hard to understand. Do to if you did not follow the story from book 1 to this one then you would not know who was who. He twisted the names so bad that it seemed that he made up new people. Instead of the same ones from all the other books.... He needs to listen to the other books so he says the names all the same. So it does not seem to make up new names.
Dark Celebration: Dark Series, Book 17
The narrator ruined this book for me. He was awful and his tone was annoying. Save yourself money and just buy the book and enjoy it. As always, Christine Feehan is a wonderful author and I love all her stories including this one which is one of my favorites, however, as mentioned before the narrator was not the best choice.
Feehan did it again!!! This book is in keeping with the others in the Dark Series. Obviously the other reviewrs did not listen to the other audiobooks. This narrator has read at least the last 5 books, and does a good job. And the fault lies with the first narrator, SHE butchered the names. The way the names are pronounced in this book are the correct way, I looked them up. Ferone is a good narrator, as a female voice he at least sounds believable. The original narrator was terrible at male voices. I am glad he is still the narrator.