Why did they change readers? The accents were sort of goofy in the third book. I really enjoyed the reader in the first two books - I was used to the characters and their voices added to their overall persona. I had to give it 4 stars due to the change in reader - Jason Culp does a nice job reading the book, but the change really threw me for a loop within the first 2 minutes. I thought I had purchased the wrong book!
I really like the book and the series, the only reson this was not given 5 was they changed readers. The new reader is better then the last even though she was good but they really changed the acents of main charaters with the new reader it took some getting use to. In all great book.
Like all the other books from David Weber this one is worth listening to. The first thing you going to notice is that there's a Different Narrator, the loss of Oliver Wyman the old reader isn't so big that this book isn't worth getting. It's painful in the beginning but as the story went on I found that I liked the new guy just as much if not more so, I would for sure listen to more books narrated by Jason Culp.
this is a great story written by a good author but There are error is in the track. mainly blank spaces where the audio cuts out. reguardless this is a great series
My imagination has been completly carried away by this series, of which this volume is the third installment. I find the detail and scope of the series breathtaking. In fact in all of the science fiction I have read and listened to, I have never seen anyone attempt such an ambitious project. And Weber has done this successfully.
Additionally, I am enjoying the characters and enjoying watching them grow.
I can't wait for the next installment.
There is no doubt that David Weber has a keen sense of understanding when mixing the old with the new. Unfortunately he has fallen prey to the inky depths of political meandering. The plot moves forward with a pace much like thawing honey. The intrigue wasn't even intriguing!