Marvel’s Black Widow: Red Vengeance by Margaret Stohl audiobook

Marvel’s Black Widow: Red Vengeance

By Margaret Stohl
Read by Julia Whelan

Blackstone Publishing 9781484773475

The Black Widow Novels: Book 2

9.70 Hours Unabridged
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The Avengers’ iconic master spy is back, and she’s seeing red. Emotions are dangerous, which is why the graduates of Moscow’s famed spy school the Red Room are taught to keep their enemies close and their loved ones at a distance. Black Widow and Red Widow, also known as Natasha Romanoff and Ava Orlova, forgot that lesson once, and they won’t forget it again. But the Widows have inherited something else from their shared Moscow past: a relentless need for vengeance—Ivan Somodorov is dead, but his network of terror remains. While the Widows search South America in order to extinguish a smuggling operation with ties to their old nemesis, their own Red Room not only attempts to assassinate them both but also hacks their secure S.H.I.E.L.D. network. As a result, Ava and Natasha find themselves thrust into a trying mission of international intrigue that takes them throughout the world and back to New York City, where their friends Dante and Sana become unlikely targets as well. Once again, nothing is as it seems, no one can be trusted, and no one is safe—not unless the Widows can stop a conspiracy involving stolen nuclear warheads, mind-altering chemical weapons, and ultimately, betrayal by old friends and enemies alike.

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Summary

Summary

The Avengers’ iconic master spy is back, and she’s seeing red.

Emotions are dangerous, which is why the graduates of Moscow’s famed spy school the Red Room are taught to keep their enemies close and their loved ones at a distance. Black Widow and Red Widow, also known as Natasha Romanoff and Ava Orlova, forgot that lesson once, and they won’t forget it again.

But the Widows have inherited something else from their shared Moscow past: a relentless need for vengeance—Ivan Somodorov is dead, but his network of terror remains.

While the Widows search South America in order to extinguish a smuggling operation with ties to their old nemesis, their own Red Room not only attempts to assassinate them both but also hacks their secure S.H.I.E.L.D. network. As a result, Ava and Natasha find themselves thrust into a trying mission of international intrigue that takes them throughout the world and back to New York City, where their friends Dante and Sana become unlikely targets as well.

Once again, nothing is as it seems, no one can be trusted, and no one is safe—not unless the Widows can stop a conspiracy involving stolen nuclear warheads, mind-altering chemical weapons, and ultimately, betrayal by old friends and enemies alike.

Reviews

Reviews

by Ana 9/13/2017
Overall Performance
Narration
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Fun, fast, fantastic

I enjoyed this audiobook even more than the first, because now I know the characters and I loved the dynamic between the two widows. Natasha is more vulnerable here, because she cares about Ava and I like how no one is perfect — they are superheroes but they make mistakes like everyone else, and it is somewhat realistic considering the challenging circumstances, but things don't always go correctly. Julia Whelan could not have done a better job voicing the characters. She keeps it fun and interesting, and there is a wonderful contrast between Natasha's deep voice and Ava's slightly squeaky but determined tone. The men do sound similar, but Iron Man has a distinctive cadence and a slightly deeper tone than the younger men. Colson is also well-defined due to his somewhat fatherly tone. Various characters in the Marvel universe make repeated appearances, adding to the overall experience and underscoring the importance of teamwork — even if Black Widow is a badass all by herself.

Author

Author Bio: Margaret Stohl

Author Bio: Margaret Stohl

Margaret Stohl is a lifelong science fiction fan, former video-game designer, and coauthor of the New York Times bestselling Beautiful Creatures series, which is now a major motion picture.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Action & Adventure
Runtime: 9.70
Audience: Young Adult (12–17)
Language: English