Valley of Silence: Circle Trilogy, Book 3 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Valley of Silence: Circle Trilogy, Book 3 by Nora Roberts

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Having traveled through the Dance of the Gods to the land of Geall, the circle finds themselves convincing then training the people of Geall to defeat Lilith's vampire army. The Valley of Silence is a forbidding place for the battle of all battles, but the circle continues to prepare through magic and a few early stakeouts that test their strength individually and as a team. Moira finds herself playing the roles of warrior and royal, as she follows the tradition of her people and prepares to take the crown before leading them into battle. And if that isn't enough, she finds her thoughts turning to Cian more often than not. So what's a chaste and intelligent young woman to do when given less than a month with the man she loves, who's not a man, but a vampire? And how will the people of Geall fare against an army of blood-thirsty vampires who have had centuries to prepare? Third in a trilogy from the #1 New York Times bestselling author



  • The story is fantastic and the narration is top-notch. However, I have a hard time buying into the idea that this is a story being told to children with such explicit details during intimate moments. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind it personally, but for a kid's audience, those parts could have been left out. That being said, I can't deny that those scenes were exceptionally well-written.
  • Nora really delivered another incredible tale! Absolutely loved the story, the romances, the battles, the heroes and villains, the magic, and the emotion. It deserves a solid 5 stars! I had the pleasure of listening to all three books in this trilogy on the platform. And guess what? The same narrator voiced all three. The Good: For the most part, it was pretty clear which characters were speaking as the narrator did a good job of developing different voices for each of them. Plus, he has a lively, expressive voice that adds a nice touch to the narration. The Not-so-Good: Now, here's where we hit a snag. The narrator's voice goes from whispering, making you crank up the volume to catch every word, to suddenly switching to powerful and loud voices or even shouts that can blow out your speakers and eardrums if you're not careful. But hey, let's not put all the blame on the narrator here. It's possible that the fault lies more with the producers and editors for not finding the right balance.
  • This audiobook, 'Valley of Silence: Circle Trilogy, Book 3', is definitely one of Roberts' finest works and is brilliantly performed. I've played it on repeat and it never fails to entertain me each time I listen to it.
  • I really, really enjoyed listening to this series and I'll definitely give it another go. The Circle Trilogy is hands down my top favorite among Nora Roberts' stories. Much appreciation to the service and a big shoutout to Dick Hill for going the extra mile to make this series available in his library. And of course, a huge thanks to Nora Roberts for crafting such an incredible story! Blessings!
  • I'm absolutely hooked on Nora's writing. Even though this trilogy is a bit older, it still captivates me every time I read it. In fact, I love it so much that I even purchased the audiobook version to listen to while driving, cooking, or before bed. I've enjoyed other audiobooks as well. The only thing I would tweak about the narration of this trilogy is the volume level of the narrator. His voice is fantastic, and the accents are spot on. However, he tends to fluctuate the volume of his voice a bit too much, which means I have to constantly adjust the volume on my device in order to follow the conversations. But overall, I truly enjoyed the performance.
  • Dick Hill's narration falls short when it comes to voicing female characters in "Valley of Silence: Circle Trilogy, Book 3". His portrayal makes them come across as unintelligent and whiny. On the other hand, he handles the male characters well. Although I enjoy the overall story, the way Hill reads the female roles becomes increasingly irritating. It would greatly enhance the listening experience if a female narrator was brought in to voice the women's parts.