vaguely amusing, but spends way too much of the book describing the various ways in which women are attractive and how their mouths look.
james masters, aka spike from Buffy, delivered a pretty good reading.
It's a solid beginning, but the author is still feeling things out. There are a few discrepancies, and the reader is unpracticed. That being said, it's still worth the listen. It's like a rough hewn sculpture.
this is the first book in what has become one of my favorite series. it vary much fills the niche of good wizardry that was left after the harry potter series from my youth.Tho this is a solid book it's definitely his first and it takes some time to set the stage for his next books it a good read overall in my opinion but can feel a little slow.
I've read the book and enjoyed it somewhat, but I couldn't get through more than about 30 minutes of the audiobook. The narration is very disappointing.
Regular book, maybe. Audiobook: no.
The world is just an illusion
Story is really good. I used to watch the tv show before it was cancelled. This was a storyline they covered in the Pilot but it's different enough that it felt fresh to me.
The narrator sounds really like a hard boiled detective. Whether or not intentional he sometimes moves which gives the sense of a detective sitting back in his chair and trying to puzzle everything out. Doesn't break the flow at all.
Not sure. I love fantasy and noir mysteries.... this seemed ideal for me.
I understand that the main character is heavy with worries and does sigh quite a bit, but does the narrator need to preface every sentence with a sigh?
The story was simplistic and silly. My dad recommended this series and I usually can trust his opinion. He did forewarn me that the writing in the first few books was a bit rough, but claimed the rest of the series was fantastic. I may try a book from later on in the series.
Maybe if I was out of other books
Anything in this genre
just a fun interesting story