I don't know I just couldn't get into it. Maybe it wasn't what I was looking for. To many things to follow.
I don't know. I don't know if I was looking for more thrill but not gore, or more romance or mystery. It just didn't touch me.
The voice wasn't into the story enough. I couldn't see it as being part of what was going on, so I was concentrating more on the voice than the book.
Yes, I think there was a story line it was just too deeply embedded for me to get into the book.
Love to read or listen....busy all of the time except when I am out and about....
It leads to another book.....
Yes...but I have to get through this series first....
No, to long for one sitting....would have to break it up..
unfolds very nicely. I little slow at some points and as usual in a series such as this repetition gets annoying. The ability to speed up the audio playback helps solve that problem. Like skipping paragraphs in a book.
Characters, story development.
Mr. Dufris does an excellent narration of an action packed adventure.
An introduction to life aboard a WW2 fighting ship.
Brings the characters to life. Easy to distinguish his voices and the mood of the characters.
Yes. I kept driving around the block.
Can't wait to finish the series.
I drive alot, 20k miles in 7 months. I listened to all these books and was disappointed that there were not more of them... The story is fantastic, the characters become real, I really cared about what was happening to them.
The details were realistic even though some characters were not. It's a great series, but it really has a cliff hanger ending. I hope the author continues the series.
Character development continues as we get to know the crew and locals better. Relationships grow and allegiences and trust between species mature as we get to know more of the locals.
At the risk of spoilers, bringing other survivors of the 'temporal event' into the plot line increases the possibilities of challenges and plot intrigue. Moving of from this second installment, the arc of the plot is truly unpredictable
Dufris' narration is spotless and unencumbered by trying to go into too many character voices.
But still pretty good. Traditional act ii stuff and leaves you a bit disappointed, but will definitely check out book 3.
The way the narrator is able to keep the personality of each character separate, so as to easily identify them, he adds traits that I myself would likely add had I been reading instead of listening to the Audio book
The dynamic at the inter-species relationships, both diplomatic and platonic. The revelations about the mind behind the global menace that is the Grik
Revenge setting sail and valiantly attacking the Grik head on.
Walker's silent stalking of Amagi in the pitch black night of the ocean.
Keeps getting better
Brings the characters to life and is very consistent in voicing
While bordering on too simple at times in the beginning, it keeps pulling interesting twists. The further in I get the more I am enjoying this series.