Audio Review: Shadows on the Moon

Author: Zoe Marriott
Narrator: Amy Rubinate
Genre: Fantasy
Producer: Brilliance Audio
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Story Review: "One of the most hauntingly beautiful tales I've ever had the honor to read."

Audio Review: When I first started this book I was a little hesitant. I was expecting an Asian-sounding narrator, and when I didn't get it I was... concerned. I shouldn't have been. Rubinate's voice was perfect for this book. There was nothing about it that annoyed me, and she made each of the characters come alive. I didn't think I could love Otienno more than I already did, but Rubinate proved me wrong.

She also did a fabulous job conveying the complexity of Suzume/Rin/Yue character. More than ever I was able to feel her pain, anger, and sorrow. I adored her! Rubinate is also a master at haiku reading (I know I'm not!).

I loved it. It's definitely one that I will listen to again.

All review content © Enna Isilee, Squeaky Books 2007-2011

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