Flight: Crescent Chronicles, Book 1 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Flight: Crescent Chronicles, Book 1 by Alyssa Rose Ivy

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A summer in New Orleans is exactly what Allie needs before starting college. Accepting her dad's invitation to work at his hotel offers an escape from her ex-boyfriend and the chance to spend the summer with her best friend. Meeting a guy is the last thing on her mind—until she sees Levi.



  • I absolutely adored this book! The story had me hooked from start to finish, and the narrator did such an incredible job that it felt like I was actually a part of the story. Overall, it was a fantastic experience!
  • I really enjoyed reading "Flight: Crescent Chronicles, Book 1". However, I would recommend avoiding the audiobook version as the narrator's voice sounds incredibly artificial and it's so off-putting that it makes it difficult to fully engage with the story.
  • I enjoyed the plot of the book, although I wasn't a fan of the characters. I found them to be quite two-dimensional and lacking depth. The overall story and the world it was set in had great potential, but unfortunately, the characters weren't fully fleshed out and ended up being uninteresting. As a result, I didn't feel emotionally invested in Levi and Alley's relationship.
  • I can't get enough of this book, I've gone through it several times and it's amazing. However, when I listened to the audiobook version for the first time, the narration felt unnatural, almost as if it was a computerized voice straight out of my phone. I'd recommend sticking to the written version for this one.
  • The story in 'Flight: Crescent Chronicles, Book 1' is engaging and captivating, but unfortunately, the narrator's performance falls short. Her delivery is lacking in energy and variety, coming across as dull and uninteresting. It feels as though she would be better suited for narrating exotic novels rather than this particular audiobook.
  • I really enjoyed how this book kicked off, and the concept behind it is absolutely captivating. The writer incorporates some intense scenes that veer towards a sensitive subject, and I'm still trying to process my thoughts on it even after a week of contemplation. The creatures portrayed in the story are far from ordinary, and there is an abundance of enigma waiting to be unraveled!
  • I really dig the shifter genre and I find this fresh perspective to be super intriguing. The storyline is solid and the narration keeps things interesting. It's a bummer that book 2 isn't available in audio format though
  • I found this audiobook to be quite uninteresting. Despite the fast-paced narrative, there doesn't seem to be much substance to the story. I eventually gave up and couldn't bring myself to finish it. While it's not necessarily terrible, it lacks any excitement and failed to capture my attention.
  • In my personal view, the narrator didn't quite fit this particular story. I have some doubts regarding the storyline as it failed to grab my attention. Hence, I cannot wholeheartedly recommend this book.