Can't tell. I have not seen the print copy.
Oberon. Love dogs.
Have not knowlingly heard any.
Believable...if I had a choise, I'd leave this physical plane and exist on the
To my ear, Daniels is a genius. I've even purchased a couple of titles, that I would never have given a second glance, just to hear Luke Daniels' read.
Initially, not so much. As it happened, I listened to the trilogy back to back to back...twice!
ten minutes into this story i thought:
I love the dog! I loved that the dog had a voice in the central character's head, Atticus. The fact that Atticus is so endearing with the dog sucked me right in.
It was utter fantasy and very entertaining. I don't usually listen to this sort of book but I really enjoyed it. Great listening in the car and on walks. Not too heavy.
I haven't heard this guy before but I bought the audio book cause I liked the preview.
Put down your plastic fangs Twihards and pick up a plastic sword instead.
This series has become one of my favorite. The characters are great, the mythology is accurate, there is the right amount of comic relief and tension, and the story is so imaginative. This book is addictive. As soon as I finished this audiobook I immediately downloaded the next book in the series. I would highly recommend this book.
Deborah GrizichH, RN
The character of the dialogue matches our time and not the lack of industrial era.
The is a first for me.
I found it enjoyable and may read the rest of the series.
Solid Celtic Mythology, current pop culture and a great performance
Like Harry Dresden but lighter and less gory.
Very funny, great comedic writing.
The story was a little thin, though it was entertaining and the narrator did a good job.
I'll probably will get the other books in this series from the library.
Did a very good job with voicing the different characters
The story was fun and fantastical, the reader did a great job with the characters.
Several humorous moments. Found myself laughing out loud.
Excellent narration made the whole experience much more involving. The story has an interesting premise and is nicely executed. Pacing was well rounded and never dragged. I liked it so much I bought the series.