Yes, if only as it ties up the long story preceding it. Not the best of the series, but a must-listen.
The return and triumph of the beleaguered company.
I found Stefan to be solid as usual. I am not a fan of Gabrielle's voice but have not heard her before to do a fair comparison with any other work.
The fallen heroes of the story. Personalities I was getting to know and enjoy.
I hope that there will be one or two follow-on stories. His title change at the end was a bit abrupt and needs more story line. Additionally, it would be nice to hear how things work out with the traitors and possibly some sort of return to Marduk.
I have read them several times, I enjoyed listening to them. the narrator was awesome!
Not my favorite of the series I enjoyed it but not as much as the previous books. It had some good moments but they seamed muddled and not quite as captivating as previously in the series. Its worth the purchase if your a fan of the series already however the voice acting is very good and added to my enjoyment of the book.
I believe this to be one of the best military SF series available. Each book has its own ambiance but what makes them so enjoyable is the growth of not only the hero, Roger, but his comrades. We Few is a fitting end although, and I hope Misters Weber and Ringo are listening, PLEASE write a fifth book.! There is so much more for these characters to do. The reading is close to perfection and immensely enjoyable.
The ending was so touching . I love the last part between mother and son, it was so well done indeed. Thank you David Weber and John Ringo for writing such a truly superb sci fi/fantasy book. I like the character and the part they play in helping Prince Roger come into his own. I love the character of Prince Roger and how he developed into a strong leader. Stefan Rudnicki performed all the character wonderfully. I must admit I followed the whole series within four days for the four books. I enjoyed them all the way! I hope there will be a fifth book soon?
well written and performed. another great tale by Weber and Ringo. They really compliment each other in their explanations and descriptions of military encounters from small units to massive fleets
Love the first three books in this series (you should go get them now), and I really (REALLY) wanted to see how the Prince would use his new found maturity back home, but somehow Weber and Ringo lost it with this one. This whole book, especially the last half, feels like a terrible mistake.
If you loved the trilogy, skip book 4. You'll lead a happier and less disappointing existence.
Yea yea, I'm probably exaggerating and oversimplifying. However, I haven't enjoyed a scifi series as I have enjoyed Prince Roger in years! This series is a must.