I spend a lot of time in my vehicle for my job, and I manage to listen to about 60 books a year.
Larry Correia has written a helluva story, but Bronson Pinchot made it perfect. Awesome performance.
The voices were not what I initially expected, but they grew on me steadily. By the end, I was hooked on both the book and the narration. It was an entertaining ride!
Man I'm addicted to audible!! I enjoy fiction books a little too much
I wasn't sure how this story was gonna go considering how I feel towards stereotypical magic stories but man this was refreshing and the narrator really blew me away. This is a must read .
I wasn't sure what I was getting into and was a bit confused when the boom started but I couldn't stop listening once the story, the characters, and the twist and turns were revealed.
The narrator did an excellent job making the characters sound unique so you were never pulled out of the story.
A surprisingly enjoyable book, despite hiring someone who has clearly never read the book to design the cover art for it. Ignore it completely and don't let it turn you off to it.
The only"real" complaint I have is that (while the performance overall was pretty great) I felt like too many characters were spoken with way too slow and drawn out speech. It takes Harkness about 5 real-life minutes to say a 5 word sentence in the book.
Overall I was surprised at how good it was and finally figured out why it kept making its way into my suggested books category.