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A Touch of Chaos

By: Scarlett St. Clair
Narrated by: Meg Sylvan, Tyler Donne
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Publisher's Summary

The world will burn in the final installment of Scarlett St. Clair's bestselling Hades X Persephone saga.

The gods are at war, the Titans have been released, and Hades and Persephone must fight tooth and nail for their happy ending.

Persephone, Goddess of Spring, never guessed that a chance encounter with Hades, God of the Underworld, would change her life forever—but he did. Now embroiled in a fight for humanity and battles between the gods, Persephone and Hades have entered a world they never thought they would see. To end the chaos, Persephone must draw upon her darkness and embrace who she's become—goddess, wife, queen of the Underworld.

Once, Persephone made bargains to save those she loves. Now, she will go to war for them.

Contains mature themes.

©2024 Scarlett St. Clair (P)2023 Tantor

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Mixed feelings but still enjoyed

I was dying to listen to this especially after the way the third book ended. While it had some good sections, it felt very anticlimactic and like it just needed to wrap up. In saying all this, the bonus chapter was great and I thoroughly enjoyed that.

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I don’t want it to be over

Truely hope this isn’t the last book in the series! I am obsessed!
I do like the combination of the two narrator to bring together this series with the Hades series

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Brought both series together

You’ll be a little lost if you haven’t listened to the Hades series, they aren’t just his version of her books, there was heaps going on when he wasn’t with Persephone that is referenced in this book. Hera’s trials, the ophiotaurus, Dionysus and Ariadne as a few examples.
I especially love the banter between Hades, Hermes and Hecate that you don’t really see in the Persephone series.
Not the biggest fan of the male narrator’s voice, but you get used to it. I would have liked if they also showed Ariadne’s perspective.

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WHY TF DID THEY GET A NEW GUY!? LET MEG WORK!

This kind of book loses a lot of trust when you introduce a new narrator where Meg had PERFECT delivery. The man, Tyler, sounds like he is reading a biology textbook. He voices the gods with an uneccessarily slow pace making them sound performative and inauthentic. His voice is nasal and twangy and he sounds like he can't relate to material at all. Meg nails the delivery of every character, male or female, and Tyler needs to just stay out of it because he ruins it utterly - I barely even wamt to listen because he is so grating compared to what I was expecting.

It was honestly such an isolating experience and desperately unfair to loyal readers who had this book on pre-order like myself - I would have waited for a sample to be released had I know they intended to introduce a new reader. I feel like someone has barged in on my private experience and I have hated every second of the Theseus chapters so far. I haven't even finished the book yet and I don't know if I can even though I love the story and am desperate to know what happens.

Very upset at this seemingly last minute change to an established and much loved atmosphere.

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Bit of a disappointment

I reread the previous books just before this one and I have to say, I found this instalment almost jarring in comparison. The tone was different to previous books and it felt like it had been put together at the last minute, there’s been a last minute addition of a bunch of characters and their story lines. Ultimately the ending was fine, but I didn’t love it. Also the male narrator was a bit meh. Sounded like he was explaining crypto currency to me.

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could've been better

I honestly loved the previous books and zoomed through them unable to stop listening is one however was a little disappointing, it was a little slow in my opinion and though it was rushed.
i dont regret reading it cause it left a cliff hanger last book but I must admit it was a little dull in my opinion

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Greek Mythology re-telling

I loved this book, but the guy who narrates ruins a lot of it. The woman who narrates is amazing though!

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Why TF did they add a male voice in?!

As soon as I heard the males voice I was completely devastated!!

The female captured every single character perfectly. She captured the story perfectly.

I am over half way and it still doesn’t get any better listening to him. He does NOT capture the characters and personally it gets confusing as to who is talking.

These books have been my life the past few weeks and this totally blew it.

If I hadn’t read x3 16hr books already I would have scrapped it!

Totally disappointed here.

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Amazing

Such a brilliant final instalment to the series! Loved Meg’s narration of the story, however the new male narrator changed the sound of the story at times… Overall incredible story!

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Would have been better if they didn’t add the male voice. Love the female performance she’s amazing in all her voices.

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