Rhythm, Chord & Malykhin is a beautiful book by author Mariana Zapata. Content revolves around Gaby Barreto, 26 years old, can do many things. Her brother who invited her to the show was his band’s salesgirl, the glee of joy on her face. How has spending 90+ days with three beloved idiots and complete strangers changed her life?
Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: Rhythm, Chord & Malykhin audiobook by Denise
Solid Love Story…narration was not the best ….
Mariana Zapata is an author I admire. I believe Kulti was one of the best books written in 2015. This story is not one that you have the urge to continue into the wee hours listening to. You can walk away and pick it up later.
Rhythm, Chord & Malykhin is witty and humorous as is MZ’s style. The developing relationship between Sasha and Gabby evolved slowly and lends itself more to a real life romance rather than a fictional character romance.
The back drop of touring with her brother’s band as Gabby tries to put her life together is light hearted and funny. Despite the talent of this author I found that I thought the story lagged. I think perhaps this particular story would have been better for me if I had read it rather than listened. I did not care for Ms. Robbins performance of male voices …. and I found her voice was grating at times.
While I am not overwhelmed with this story as I have been with some of her other works, I do believe this book to be credit and/or sale worthy.
Review 2: Rhythm, Chord & Malykhin audiobook by catkit
An okay story, with sometimes annoying narration
Of all 5 of Zapata’s audiobooks, this was by far my least favorite. All the others are 4-5 star. Did I mark it down because my expectations were so high? Possibly.
Definitely the narration affected the experience. Most of the male voices were similar, and sounded like 10 year olds. When you’re thinking about how annoying the voices are instead of listening to the story, it’s hard to enjoy the book.
As far as the story, it was okay. Some funny parts. Not bad, but not great either. Somehow the characters didn’t seem fully developed. Gabby’s nickname of “Flabby”, used throughout the book by her brother and his friends, got on my nerves. Again, maybe it was the narrator. In any case, I don’t anticipate listening to this one again. 🙁
Review 3: Rhythm, Chord & Malykhin audiobook by Lamber
Wow a refreshing storyline
I have read many romance books and after a while you can kinda tell how the storyline is going to go. this one surprised me and showed a totally different build up to a romance that wasn’t driven on lust and sex. I absolutely loved Sasha and Gabby. just perfection and the narration was outstanding. please give this a try you won’t be disappointed and you will laugh and swoon.
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