Neferet's Curse Audio CD – CD, 19 February 2013
- ISBN-10 : 1427222053
- ISBN-13 : 978-1427222053
- Product Dimensions : 13.03 x 1.3 x 15.6 cm
- Publisher : Macmillan Audio; Unabridged Edition (19 February 2013)
- Reading level : 12 - 18 years
- Language: : English
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About the Author
#1 New York Times and USA Today bestseller P.C. CAST is an award-winning fantasy and paranormal romance author, as well as an experienced speaker and teacher. Her novels have been awarded YALSA Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers, and have received the prestigious Oklahoma Book Award, as well as the PRISM, Daphne du Maurier, Booksellers Best, Holt Medallion, Beacon, Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice, and Affaire de Coeur awards. She lives in Oklahoma with lots of dogs, cats, horses, and a burro.
KRISTIN CAST is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who teams with her mother to write the House of Night series. She has stand-alone stories in several anthologies, as well as editorial credits. Currently Kristin attends college in Oklahoma where she is focusing on attaining her dream of opening a no kill dog rescue shelter in midtown Tulsa.
Caitlin Davies is a New York City-based actor and audiobook narrator. Davies specializes in audiobooks for teens and young adults, including the House of Night series by P.C. Cast and Kristen Cast. She has performed in New York and regional theaters and is a member of the WorkShop Theater Company in New York City. She has a bachelor's degree from Vassar College, and has studied acting at the Eugene O'Neill National Institute, the British American Drama Academy, the Barrow Group, and Brown University/ Trinity Rep.
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Neferets Curse just seems completely dragged out of nothing to be quite honest. In the original books Neferet refers to her being used as his wife on a regular basis, well that's how I read it as. So, when she was only assaulted once, it was confusing for me. Don't get me wrong, I felt empathy for Neferet in the original books, but not this one. The character has no character. I thought it might maybe explain why Neferet turned away from Nyx but it didn't. I thought it would have something in there like "And I vowed one day that..." and have something where she was so powerful that she could never let another hurt her. But there was nothing like that.
I'm rating this book a two because although I didn't enjoy it I have to respect the author for her books that are from the House of Night series. As much as I love the series, they too have started to dry up a little. It's a great shame, there certainly are many avenues that the author can go but they seem to have hit a dead end.
Hope everyone else enjoys it though!
Just read the book and enjoy it. Definitely worth a read.
Only complaints are that as with the main series, there are parts where you just drift off- I must've flipped through several pages of unhelpfully descriptive waffle- and at £3.99, a bit pricey for a novella of its length (though that's just me being a cheapskate there). Otherwise, it's restored some of my faith in the Casts' ability to pull off an exciting, enjoyable story, and hopefully they can carry this on to the final few books.