I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to the next in the series. It held my attention from the beginning and throughout. It is well written and flows well. Highly recommended.
The story itself is good. There are some slow parts that let your mind wonder but there are parts that keep your heart pounding and wanting to here more. I think some of the audio may have been cut short during the telling which made me hit the back button a few times before I realized that's how it was meant to be. Overall I really enjoyed this and want to know what happens next. I would definitely recommend this if you like listening to story's on long road trips.
A story that holds you from start to finish with both joy and angst over the protagonist's many predicaments and keeps you asking for more. Definitely worth every penny!
The story itself was fantastic, and the reading was well done.
Not even sure. SO clearly thought out. It was Jules Verne, Twain and Orwell rolled into one.
The scene of the first meeting of the Chondrian. I found myself completely entranced... actually had to pull my car over!
Many. Hard to pick just one.
Completely impressed and will listen to the other three in the trilogy.
I like the way the narration moves.. keeps me captivated throughout the whole story.. I feel like I was with quoth thru all of his trials and his victories.. loved it ... listened to it 2 times
I love this book and Nick Podehl reads it beautifully. His voice and accents are consistent, clear and pleasing to listen to. I wish he'd could read every book I listen to. (I am looking at you, "Game of Thrones")