The many voices from one person.
Too many to count.
Laugh and wanting more
Have not been disappointed with this series.
I used to whistle while I worked. Now I read a book!
This was a good story, but not for me. It was like a boy's grown-up fantasy. Regular guy gets to fight monsters AND get the girl.
Um, nothing really. There's a lot of muscle flexing and weaponry. Not really a "girl's story" It had some fun moments, but.....
The main character was pretty cool. Very "aw shucks" type, and kinda sexy, in an understated way.
Yes, get a "chic-lit" book. haha
This was a good story, for the right audience. Lots of action, monsters and fun!!!
Yes !, and that's said with some serious intensity in the affirmative.
Absolutely unique, can't even think of anything that comes close to recognition.
If only I had the time to do so.
What a wonderful ride! Can't recommend enough. But it's not for the smaller generation, to be sure.
Like many, I had seen this book series a few times and finally caved when it went on special one day. Pleasantly surprised, it was a great book! Be warned though, Correia has a very violent, gory style of writing and the characters take a real beating through the whole book. It's also pretty clear through the book that Correia is a real gun enthusiast. The book could have been half the length without all the intricate gun descriptions. If you liked this book you should definitely try the Grimnoir series and vice versa. Correia has a great way of twisting the stereotype plots and what you might expect to happen, although in this case, it took Owen quite a bit longer than I thought it would to figure it out.
From suspense to laughing out loud. The banter and retorts of the story make me visualize the characters. With this being the first in the series...I have the credits planned for some time to come!
This book had the right amount of humor and plot twists to keep it interesting
Not really. Just to predictable and samey
Get bronson pinchot to read it
Nah. Not a fan
Read the grim noir chronicles.. Is 100x better. The MHI series just didn't grab me
No. This is truly a MAN's book - and i mean that as a complement. I didn't care for it because the character was in love with his prowess too much and it was a shoot 'em up, let someone else sort out the bodies. I was expecting more of a mystery than a point and shoot.
Yes, Oliver Wyman did a good job on this story.
Brash, funny, imaginative
Owen Pitt. He typifies the general human tendencies to rash judgment, irrational passionate response, and stupified amazement at the discovery of personal faults.
I really liked the continuity of the character voices that he chose. Some narrators cannot keep it together from dialogue to dialogue and monologue to monologue, probably forgetting the voices they've chosen for individual characters. Mr. Wyman makes the listener's time easy by keeping it clear whose voice is used at any given time.