Mordacious – definition – Of a person or animal given to biting.
Author Sarah Lyons Fleming
Narrated by Terese Plummer and Luke Daniels
I love, love, LOVE, this book! Actually all 3 in the series that I have heard so far, and I know of at least 2 more to go.
If you like the Walking Dead TV show, then you should like this series. It’s the ‘End of the World’, ‘Zombie Apocalypse’, type story.
But I find Sarah’s books much more than that. The characters seem so real, and alive…and funny…and flawed. You just can’t help but root for them to make it. To find a SAFE place.
Every time there is a happy homecoming, and someone is reconnected with family previously assumed lost…you just want to applaud and celebrate with them!
And when someone is lost, you wish you could be there to help the rest pick up the pieces and find the strength to carry on.
There are multiple stories in this series and each book is told from different perspectives.
In the case of ‘Mordacious’, the story follows the paths of two separate individuals, Silvie and Eric.
I like that each time the perspective changes the audio book lets you know who is talking. Even though we have 2 narrators, and it’s obvious from the narration whose story we are following, I still like that it states it plainly as well. It’s like…setting up the stage and I like that.
The narration is Great of course. I wouldn’t recommend this in audio format if I didn’t enjoy the narration as well.
I usually prefer to listen to single narration, but I find this collaboration of male and female narrators works really well. You can still get enough examples of their abilities in the various characters that each portrays throughout the story, to hear that they are both very talented.
In fact, I will be researching both for future posts, but for now I just wanted to get this story out to all of you.
I love that this is part of an interconnected series, so that the stories don’t end when the book does. I have 3 down and as far as I know, 2 more to go. I am so looking forward to hearing those as well!
So if you like ‘End of the World’ stories, you should really give Sarah Lyons Fleming a try. I love her writing, and I hope you will too.